Thursday, 30 October 2008

irishlike

Tom is a friend of mine I met at a bouzouki workshop with Aaron Jones some years ago. I'm delighted that he is now also posting videos at youtube. Here are his first two videos played on his short scale bouzouki? made by Heiner Dreizehnter. He is also the creator of Heiner's website.

A song for Ireland


The Braes Of Moneymore

Tuesday, 28 October 2008

Palm & Lempelius - tunes by the fire

Sabrina Palm & Michael Lempelius, two great German musicians playing some tunes by the fire after the recording of their CD. They are doing regular workshops in Bonn/Germany. Next one is on Nov. 15th and 16th.



Palm & Lempelius at myspace: http://www.myspace.com/palmlempelius

Thursday, 23 October 2008

Bouzouki and Fiddle

Here are two videos of a fine duo. If you got more information about the two girls please post a comment.

Taberna Gavottes


Taberna Einini

Dan Beimborn - Cittern Jig

Here ia a fine video by this great bouzouki/cittern player. Thanks to my friend Tom from Munich.

Cittern Jig

Monday, 20 October 2008

Sea Side Shuffle

It seems as I am in the mood for Oldies. Today I came across an old favourite of mine: Sea Side Shuffle, I think this was 1973 by Terry Dactyl & The Dinosaurs, the band featured Jona Lewie, who later had hits like Stop the cavalry and Kitchen at parties. I had lots of fun playing that good old song. There are some mistakes in it, but who cares. Maybe I will post a better version some day.

Sorry, seems I had some troubles on uploading. Now it works. Don't take it too serious, it's all about fun!

Friday, 17 October 2008

The frost is all over

Kyle is playing "The frost is all over" on his Trinity College Bouzouki. Have a look at his other videos on youtube!

Saturday, 11 October 2008

Ruby Tuesday

A few days ago I found an old album by Melanie. I was about 10 years ago when I heard the song Ruby Tuesday for the first time. Years later I had the chance to listen to the original version by the Stones. I must say I was a bit disappointed. Melanie did a good job on that song.

I hadn't heard it for many years. So I took my Zouk and tried to play it. Well I think it works good on the zouk.

Wednesday, 8 October 2008

Si Bheag Si Mhor

Here's fine finger picking on the zouk by Steve Winchester. He plays the beautiful Turlough O'Carolan tune Si Bheag Si Mhor.