These lovely Irish melodies play especially well on the modern flute. They provide excellent material for developing skills in rapid tonguing and extended breath-control. Many of these melodies have fascinating histories, dating from the 1700s up to the time of the Irish music publisher Francis O'Neill - who was also the Chicago chief of police. The collection includes jigs, reels, hornpipes, songs, fiddle tunes, hymn tunes, whistling tunes, and melodies by renowned Irish harper Turlough Carolan. A separate recorder edition is available.
Am I the Doctor You Wished for to See?
Apples in Winter
Billy from Bruff
Carolan’s Quarrel with the Landlady
Crabs In The Skillet
Fair Girl Making Hay, The
Farewell for Evermore
Kiss in the Kitchen, A
Miss Corbet’s Reel
Money in Both Pockets
My Darling Is on His Way Home
None Can Love Like an Irishman
O Dear What Can the Matter Be?
Rakes of Clonmel (1), The
Rights of Man, The
St. Patrick’s Breastplate
Unto the East Indies We Were Bound
You Rogue You Dar’n’t Meddle Me
Young Jenny the Pride of Our Town
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