A collection of 32 arrangements for solo piano drawn from the rich tradition of Irish folk music. Experienced author and arranger Barrie Carson-Turner provides notes on all of the pieces, explaining their background and history. The volume is accompanied by a CD with a recording of all tunes: German and French translations of all texts are available as pdf downloads from the Schott Music website. Suitable for players of c. Grades 3-8 level. Part of the best selling World Music series. Schott, 2013.
Along with my Love I'll Go - trad.
Believe Me if all those Endearing Young Charms - trad.
Blarney Pilgrim, The - trad.
Bride of Malahide, The - trad.
Bush on the Hill, The - trad.
Carrigdhoun (Bendemeer's Stream / Mountains of Mourne, The) - trad.
Clare's Dragoons - anon. 18th c.
Come Back to Erin - "Claribel" (Barnard)
Down by the Salley Gardens (Maid of the Mourne Shore, The) - trad.
Fiddler's Frolic, The - trad.
Garryowen - trad.
Gentle Maiden, The (When the South Wind blows) - trad. Dublin
Girl I Left Behind Me, The (Rambling Labourer, The) - trad.
Irish Washerwoman, The - trad.
James O'Brien - trad.
Kitty of Coleraine - trad.
Lark in the Morning, The - trad.
Lilliburlero - anon. 17th c.
Load of Hay, The - trad.
Londonderry Air (Danny Boy) - trad.
Londonderry Hornpipe, The - trad. Offaly
Minstrel Boy, The - trad. Dublin
Molly Malone - trad.
Norah, the Pride of Kildare - Parry & Horne
Planxty Denis O'Conor - O'Carolan
Planxty Mrs O'Conor - O'Carolan
Red Fox, The (Let Erin remember) - trad.
Skibbereen - anon. 19th c.
Snowy-Breasted Pearl, The - trad.
St Patrick was a Gentleman - trad.
St Patrick's Day (Though Dark be our Sorrows) - trad.
Wild Rover, The - trad.