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Traditional Musical Instruments. Now this is exactly ( along with an upright Piano) how I have seen my Musical Corner when I start. This lovely collection has inspired me to get moving...literally!

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I REALLY want to learn all of these . . . working on the pennywhistle right now, to the dismay of my roommates haha

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Celtic Harp Instrument Page: The Heavenly Instrument of the Ages

Irish instruments - Have had every instrument in on a Tuesday except for a harp...so far! #halstedharp #piobagusfidil http://www.piobagusfidil.com/events

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from Making Multicultural Music

An Easy Introduction To Irish Instruments

An easy Introduction to 10 Irish Instruments, plus make-your-own bodhran craft!

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For a variety of traditional Irish tunes played on fiddle, accordion, tenor banjo, mandolin, whistle and guitar. The Springer Sisters have a passion for Irish music, and long experience of Irish events at sessions, festivals, weddings (and wakes !), ceilidhs, parties and  of course St Patrick's night, playing countless jigs, reels,  polkas, airs and waltzes...... Have a barn dance ceilidh with an Irish flavour

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Tin Whistle Page: History of the Irish Penny Whistle

Irish Tin Whistle | Penny Whistles | Tin Whistles | Whistle Tutor Books | http://www.bigwhistle.co.uk

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Bodhran Page: History of the Irish Drum

The bodhran is an Irish drum measuring 12 to 24 inches in diameter and a depth of between 4 to 8 inches. This Celtic drum has been described as the...

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Irish music, uilleann pipes played by Irish instrument maker Eugene Lambe at his workshop in County Clare, Ireland

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A few traditional Irish instruments, this picture is missing the uilleann pipes! To see what uilleann piper Patrick is up to, http://www.piobagusfidil.com/events

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Jan Kentala's picture of tour guide Conor performing his music box, a traditional Irish instrument on her vacation in Ireland.

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