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New Debut Cd "tunes From The Flaggy Shore" By Florence Fahy

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Tunes From the Flaggy Shore - Florence Fahy's debut album

Irish traditional music on the concertina from Co. Clare.

Available on CD Baby, Custys music shop and Custy's online www.custysmusic.com

You can also contact Florence: e-mail flo_fahy@hotmail.com if you'd like your copy or interested in concertina lessons in person or on Skype. All levels catered for and a fun, laid back approach to learning is encouraged! ;-)

 

Check out Florence's website : www.concertinachick.com to learn more about her and her music. A new tune of the month is posted every month for anyone to learn and help build your repertoire! Click on the link below to hear a little interview with Flo and Joan Hanrahan, recorded at this years Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann in Ennis 2017. https://youtu.be/kajI6tVpv8w

 

 

https://youtu.be/HpSNnHy8hK4 A clip Florence did for John O Connor for Custy's Music Shop in Ennis, Co. Clare

 

 

If you'd like to hear more snippets of the album "Tunes From The Flaggy Shore" just click on the following link: https://florencefahy.hearnow.com

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Edited by Florence Fahy

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Bought the CD and gave it a few listens already. Really nice playing, excellent relaxed pace. That old Wheatstone sounds great!

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Thank you so much! So glad you enjoyed the music. The Old Wheatstone is very reliable and can't seem to find a concertina that can even compare to the sound that comes out of this old one ;-)

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I bought a copy at The Button Box. I love it! You did a great job. I especially enjoyed Jim Droney's and Darby the Driver, which you taught to us in a workshop a few years ago.

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I love this CD! Wonderful sets of tunes and a beautiful, rhythmic, relaxed pace of play. I encourage yo to add it to your music collections!

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Florence, I love both your playing and your taste in Irish music. You let the tunes breathe and sing with no rushing and no distracting flourish. It's 100% concertina—not concertina trying to imitate other instruments. Brava!

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Got this download CD recently and have hardly stopped playing it. Simply a delight to listen to the rolling rhythms and subtle playing and ornamentation. A bit of a trend to fast tunes with many young players in Scotland just now so this is real tonic. Pure quality.

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