BPM 112: A lovely tune with a pirate-like, or Irish theme. Great track for a light and gentle dance with a folk flavor. Quartet made up of acoustic guitar, flute, pizzicato cello, bells and tastily played percussion.
BPM 165: A fun, lively jig featuring a flute lead. Background instruments include accordion, piano, acoustic guitar, drums and bass. This is a great track for productions requiring a fun, Celtic type feel. Also great for children's programming.
BPM 165: A happy, bouncy Celtic Jig featuring accordion as the lead instrument. Great for productions needing music reminiscent of the East Coast of Canada or Gaelic-European flavored music. Festive, spirited and traditional.
BPM 117: A great Irish jig made for dancing and drinking. Irish whistle, acoustic guitars, accordion, mandolin and percussions. Joyful, happy and light.
BPM 140: A cinematic track for the anti-villain. Begins with a somber Female Gaelic soloist, Irish pan flutes, a heavy string bed and brooding percussion and brass. The second part is more upbeat, heroic and rhythmic, which segues into intense chaotic percussion, brass and strings, depicting the villains getting the upper hand. Great for film, video games, trailers and trailers.
A traditional tune from Northumberland, England arranged for hammered dulcimer. Mysterious, beautiful and medieval sounding. This track sounds like it belongs in a fair court with maidens and knights.
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A medley of three sentimental old-time Irish ballads arranged for solo piano accordion: I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen (pub.1875), Cockles & Mussels (trad), and When Irish Eyes are Smiling (pub.1912). Stylish, somber, and folksy.
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A modern jig that is mysterious, exotic and alluring. This track also features a heavy rhythm and airy electronic sounds. Contemporary, unique and stylish.