Pat Kirtley Irish Guitar

Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 1609745221
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GUITAR. IRISH. Pat is a gifted performer who blends a rich Southern musical
heritage with modern imagination and masterful contemporary technique. As a
creator of new acoustic music, Pat has penned a virtual library of fresh, lyrical
compositions for guitar. His talents won him the title of US National ... In 1999 Pat
was selected as the cover feature of the German Akustik Gitarre magazine,
Europe's largest acoustic guitar publication. A recent tour of Japan and China
included an ...

Dadgad And Dgdgcd Tunings

Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 1619113864
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The Salutation: A Collection of Christmas Carols from England, Ireland, Scotland,
Sweden, Germany, Italy and France. Mel Bay Publications, 2001. (Features two
tunes in DADGAD). Bensusan ... Acoustic Guitar November/December, 1994.
Henigan, Julie. DADGAD Tuning. Mel Bay Publications, 1999. McQuaid, Sarah.
The Irish DADGAD Guitar Book: Playing and Backing Traditional Irish Music on
Open-Tuned Guitar. Cork, Ireland: Ossian Publications, 1995. Moulden, John.
Songs of ...


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FIONN REGAN Hometown: Bray, County Wicklow Current release: "The End of
History," out now Labels: Heffa (Ireland), Bella Union (rest of Europe), Lost
Highway (United States) Management: Coalition Management, London Fionn
Regan, whose delicate acoustic guitar-picking and intimate vocals have been
likened to Nick Drake's, was nominated for Ireland's Choice Music Prize in
February, and is also shortlisted for the United Kingdom's Nationwide Mercury

The New Encyclopedia Of Southern Culture

Author: Celeste Ray
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469616580
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It is these immigrants who created bluegrass music with acoustic stringed
instruments (British and Irish fiddle traditions, combined with acoustic guitar,
mandolin, upright bass, resonator, or Dobro, guitar, and African-derived banjo),
who left the region the legacy of the Hatfields and McCoys, who preserved the
rich tradition of British ballads and Jack tales (the latter made famous in recent
years by the Hicks family), and who maintained weaving traditions (taught in
Appalachian ...


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authorities. discovered. the. name. meant. "kiss. my. arse". in. Irish. and. forced.
them. to. abbreviate. it. ___. East Germany's red government rules that all pop
music must. David Bowie; Men At Work; The Pogues; Nik Kershaw; Katrina and
the Waves; and a peek behind the Iron Curtain. ... Their performances on
accordion, banjo, acoustic guitar, whistle and beer tray inject new vigor into the
traditional tunes and attract considerable attention. MacGowan's family is from
North London's ...

The International Who S Who In Popular Music 2002

Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9781857431612
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Ballet Rambert's Cruel Garden (Christopher Bruce, Lindsay Kemp), 1979, 1980;
Composer. performer, Theatre, 1983-89; Singer, songwriter, guitarist, tours
Belgium; Netherlands; USSR; Germany; Cuba; Yugoslavia, ... Musician (bass
guitar), m. Anita Kaarina Viero, 15 Dec. 1971. Education: Nescot College, Ewell,
Surrey; Stafford College, Kensington. Musical Education: Acoustic guitar, Harrow
School of Music. Career: Played with more than 150 different acts, 1966-83;
Constant tours ...

The Anglo German Concertina

Author: Dan Michael Worrall
Publisher: Dan Michael Worrall
ISBN: 0982599617
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Mbaqanga, according to Louise Meintjes, “is a studio-produced music,
essentially with garage band backing, a close harmony front line that could be
men or women, sometimes with a male figure like Mahlathini, who would sing
with a deep bass ... A typical piece of contemporary Mbaqanga, by Moses
Mchunu for instance, begins with a brief improvised passage by acoustic guitar or
concertina, rhythmically ambiguous; drums and bass enter, setting the beat and
establishing a four-bar ...


Author: James P. Leary
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 0195141067
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How the Goose Island Ramblers Redefined American Folk Music James P. Leary
. course of an evening, Bruce Bollerud held forth mostly on an Italian piano
accordion, but every once in a while hauled out the German bandonion for an old
Norwegian dance tune harking back to Iowa County house parties. A former slide
trombone player, ... Windy Whitford provided steady rhythm on acoustic guitar,
except on old Norwegian tunes or such western swing standards as “Maiden's
Prayer ...

European Voices Iii

Author: Ardian Ahmedaja
Publisher: Böhlau Verlag Wien
ISBN: 3205205138
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ated with “bourgeois” music, was therefore inacceptable – regardless of the fact
that in Irish pubs in the late 19th century the fiddle was frequently accompanied
by this very instrument and not by the “more folkish” guitar. In German folk clubs,
the accordion was previously largely neglected before the young folkies
travelling to France and Italy found out that it is not only suited to commercial folk
music TV shows. Finally, “the emergence of brass-band music”, as German
researcher ...