Did you miss the Tríréad concert on March 9?
You can watch video of some of the sets here!
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Fiddler Ian King leads this lively set of reels, with Max Dunne accompanying on a guitar-bodied bouzouki.
Max Dunne plays a set of jigs on the whistle (also called a penny whistle or tin whistle). Ian King accompanies on fiddle.
Nora Byrd sings Bright Blue Rose, a beautiful contemporary Irish song written by Jimmy MacCarthy. Accompanied by Ian King on fiddle and Max Dunne on guitar-bodied bouzouki.
Ian King plays a beautiful air, "If Ever You Were Mine," written by famed Irish fiddler Maurice Lennon. Accompanied by Max Dunne on guitar-bodied bozouki.
Max Dunne plays a set on the uilleann pipes--a traditional Irish instrument. He starts out with a lovely air called Cailín Deas Crúite Na mBó (A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow) and follows it up with a lively reel, The Green Mountain. Ian King accompanies on fiddle.
Nora Byrd sings a session favorite, From Clare to Here, a contemporary Irish song written by Ralph McTell in 1976. She's accompanied by Ian King on fiddle and Max Dunne on guitar.