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Cottage in the Grove

While I'm learning Irish tenor I just thought I'd post a link on the right of a Kentucky version in clawhammer style of this Irish Reel I played a while back and posted on my... Read More
From robmac07 9 years ago
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Hi everybody

my name is joe Mac, long time five string player and a returning Irish tenor player. Having missed my tenor so much I have pulled it back out from under the bed and have joined s trio, guitar,... Read More
From joemac 9 years ago

Beginning Songs for the Irish Tenor Banjo

Hey guys,  I posted this same topic in the main forum, but thought it would also be relevant to have in this group, and could be a good reference to go back to. I posted this same topic in... Read More
From Primaris 11 years ago

Boys of Bluehill and RIghts of Man
From captbanjo 11 years ago
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Skype lessons on Tenor Banjo

4 String Banjo/Mandolin lessons.Play two different tunings and have competed at all ireland level . Have been doing skype lessons for a while and been having success. For the beginner as well... Read More
From gerlord 11 years ago
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New tenor
Linked by joemac 6 years ago: Peg head

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Linked by joemac 6 years ago: Ford tenor

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Barry Ford tenor
Linked by joemac 6 years ago: New Ford custom tenor.

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

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

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"Bag of Spuds" Reel
Linked by robmac07 8 years ago

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.

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Gold Tone Short Scale Tenor Banjo, SS250 resonator, built by Andy Perkins
Linked by larryalen 8 years ago

Tablature: Music for a Found Harmonium (PCO standard version)
Linked by Tom Hanway 8 years ago: Here's a snapshot standard arrangement that matches my tab of the same tune based on the original Penguin Cafe Orchestra version.

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