Saturday, 30 June 2007


I don't know, why I did not recognize these two musicians before. You gotta watch them play, just Bouzouki (or is it a Mandola?) and Accordion.

Cooley's Reel

Egan's Polka / Britches

Stoney Steps

Beth Patterson - Live excerpts

Here's a short video of live excerpts from Beth. A short glimpse of her great bouzouki playing. I hope this guy who shot it will post more of this.

Wednesday, 27 June 2007

Camín de Cantares-Ambás-3ºParte

Another great video from Spanish musicians called Tuenda. The tune is called Danza "Al Ilau del molin". I don't know much about them, but they're really good.

Tuesday, 26 June 2007

I just read about that tragic car crash in which two members of Asturian band Felpeyu have been killed. The band were involved in an accident on the way to a concert. The rest of the band survived with only minor injuries, but bouzouki player Ígor Medio and guitarist, bassist and vocalist Carlos Redondo were tragically killed.

I just discovered this fantastic musicians. It's a sad day for celtic music.

Here's a fantastic video of a workshop in Polonia: “Workshop” de Felpeyu en Polonia. (2004) featuring Igor Medio -vocalist and bouzouki and Carlos Redondo - vocalist and a guitar player and many more musicians.

Felpeyu website:

Here's video of group Tejedor of a hommage concert for Igor and Carlos

Monday, 25 June 2007

N'Alcordanza: Gatos del Fornu - Tierra

Los Gatos del Fornu live in the Memorial concert for Igor Medio and Carlos Redondo from Asturian band Felpeyu. There are so many bands in northern Spain playing celtic music. Me, I don't like that bagpipe thing so much, but when there are vocals I love this music.

Sunday, 24 June 2007

Andy Irvine - Never Tire Of The Road

Yes, it's Andy again. A great live version of Never tire of the road. He's my Zouk hero.

Sunday, 17 June 2007

Camín de Cantares-Pendueles-6ºParte

Sanyallana has posted another video by these great musicians on youtube:

Friday, 15 June 2007


Who is this musician? Just found his videos on youtube and they're fantastic. Fine singing and playing. You should have a look. I someone has got more info on him, please leave a comment.

The Goblins Riddle:

The Astrologer:

Paddy O'Brians/Bill Harts;


The Twa Corbies:

Tuppence on the rope:

Rattling Roaring Willie:

Wednesday, 13 June 2007

Avanti Dilettanti Speyer

Historic German Music played on Bouzouki and Recorder

Tuesday, 12 June 2007


NAHEBA is a folk music group from Cantabria (North Spain), whose work is based mainly in the composition and arrangements of Cantabria traditional music. Naheba sound is mainly acoustic,based in instruments like fiddle,flute,bagpipe,acoustic guitar,bouzouki and percussion. Our most important influences are acoustic groups like The Tannahill Weavers, LLan de Cubel, Corquieu, The Bothy Band; and irish,scottish and cantabrian music in general. The group was established by the end of 2003,when Javi,Sergio and Rafa,all of them well known folk and celtic musicians,joined together to play some of the arrangements of cantabrian tunes Javi had written.A few months later,Jose (Cambera'l Cierzu) and Esteban joined the group,but this last one left a year later due to personal reasons. Another Javi (L'Arca de Sueños) substituted him, and brought with him a personal and sparkling fiddle playing and a big amount of Campoo tunes. In March 2006 that line-up performed their first concert in Sala Eventos (Santander)

Band members:
Javi García: Bouzouki, flauta travesera de madera. Rafa Ibáñez: Guitarra acústica. Javi “el Niñu”: Violín, voz. Sergio Sordo: Gaita, Whistles. Jose Luís Rodríguez “Puma”: Bodhram, voz.

Look at:

Gänn Duúls

Wow, so many treasures to be found on youtube. Here's their site at myspace:

Cahórnega "Entre el Ebro y Peñavieja"

Great powerful band. You can find more information at:

Corquieu - Eita

High speed rhythm here from Corquieu. Asturian folk at it's best. (Thanks, Antemil, for your comment)

Camín de Cantares-Trabáu-5ºParte

I like this video a lot. Sounds a bit medeavial to me. Fantastic flute and zouk with 4 female vocalists and percussionists.

And here's two more:

Saturday, 9 June 2007

Back from holidays

No, this blog is not dead! I just spent 2 lovely weeks in France. Now, back on the spot I will go on searching the web for interesting bouzouki affairs.

So welcome back and have a look.