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Irish and Celtic Fingerstyle Banjo

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Pioneering 5-string styles to play traditional tunes from Ireland, Celtic lands, ex-Celtic lands, and the Celtic diaspora.

82 Members, Created 5/11/2012 -

Administrators: Tom Hanway (owner) , peter somerville


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good tunes for irish jam

Well, I'm glad melodic fingerstyle is finding it's way into irish music.. I've always been better at this style than scruggs.. SO, I got my nerve up to go to my first irish jam.  ... Read More
From kirbonite 12 years ago
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new celtic tabs

I've added a couple of new tabs to my site, temperance reel (teetotalers) and morning. there's some modern fingering approach in them. i'd be interested to hear what folks think of... Read More
From peter somerville 12 years ago
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Celtic Fingerstyle

This is an Open Group for Celtic enthusiasts who are interested in playing Irish and Celtic tunes on the 5-string banjo, in any style.
From Tom Hanway 12 years ago
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Tablature: Eighth of January
Linked by Tom Hanway 3 years ago: Enjoy!

Forum Post: (untitled)
Linked by AllanJ 4 years ago

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Maid Behind the Bar (reel)
Linked by Tom Hanway 6 years ago

Tablature: Clumsy Lover, The
Linked by Tom Hanway 7 years ago: Parts A, B, C (1st JPEG) and parts D, E and F (2nd JPEG).

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Banish Misfortune, 5-string banjo
Linked by AllanJ 7 years ago: Bit of a work-in-progress - I've come up with a rather different setting to the one in Tom Hanway's book - so once I get comfortable with the tune I'll borrow some ideas from there.

Blog Entry: Traditional Irish and Celtic Tunes in the Public Domain
Linked by Tom Hanway 7 years ago: Irish and Celtic Tunes for 5-String Banjo Materials by Tom Hanway

Tablature: All Through the Night (Ar Hyd y Nos) 4th Variation
Linked by Tom Hanway 8 years ago: In memory of Bill Keith, here is a lovely Welsh air in Celtic fingerstyle that can be played as a Christmas tune.

Blog Entry: What is the 'Celtic' in Folk Music Culture?
Linked by Tom Hanway 8 years ago: Today, use of either English or French symbolises social and material success while use of a living Celtic language symbolises powerlessness, backwardness or clannishness.

Tablature: Mason's Apron, The
Linked by Tom Hanway 8 years ago: This Celtic fingerstyle version (G) is based on Micho Russell's (Co. Clare) tin whistle version in F. It has a unique lilt to it and can be played with other tunes.

Blog Entry: (untitled)
Linked by Tom Hanway 8 years ago: Revised and re-posted.

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