Danses et chansons traditionnelles d'Irlande pour la St-Patrick et autres fêtes.

Jig (danse ternaire) : Bottle Of Punch, The Bridal Jig, Cherish the ladies, Connaughtman's Rambles, Connolly's Jig, Father O'Flynn, Foxy Mary, Geese In The Bog, Haste To The Wedding, I'm a Man in Myself like Oliver's Bull, Irish Washerwoman, Jig and Song Air, The Kesh, The Lady In The Boat, Merrily Danced The Quaker's Wife, Mrs. Martin's Favourite, Monaghan, Morrison’s jig, The Pivot Brig, My Pretty Fair One, Rakes of Kildare, Smash The Windows, Swallow tail

 

Reel (danse binaire) : Belles of Tipperary, Connaught Lasses, Cooley’s reel, Crowley's Reel, The Fermoy Lasses, Flowers of Cahirciveen, The Gravel Walk, Limerick Lasses, Paddy Cronin’s reel, The Pining Maid, Ships are Sailing, Speed The Plough

 

Hornpipe : The Blacksmith’s hornpipe, The Frost is all over

 

Set dance : The Kerry dance, St-Patrick’s day

 

Slip jig : The Butterfly

 

Valse : Cliffs of Doneen

 

Valse-mélodie : Spancil hill

 

 

Chansons : Black velvet band (The Dubliners), Carigfergus (trad.), Cliffs of Moher (trad.), Dirty old town (trad. arr. The Pogues), Gary Owen (trad.), Oh Danny boy (trad. arr. The Pogues), Sunday bloody sunday (U2), Whisky in the jar (The Dubliners), The Wild Rover (The Dubliners / The Pogues), The Wind that shakes the barley (trad.)

 
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