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Chieftains Concert Review

The Chieftains Concert Review
Throughout the group's 43-year existence, The Chieftains have been led by the venerable Paddy Moloney, playing tin whistle and uilleann pipes, and acting as the perfect concert-night master of ceremonies. Rounding out the core members of the group are fiddler Sean Keane, bodhran player and vocalist Kevin Conneff, and Irish flute master Matt Molloy. Additional musical contributors to this 2005 tour include fiddler Jon Pilatzke, guitarist Clem O'Brien, vocalist Yvonne McMahon, and harper Triona Marshall. Read the Chieftains Concert Review here.

 

Look for more Concert Reviews coming soon!

Instruments for Children

Now featuring Celtic musical instruments for children in just the right size! Accordions, harps, bagpipes, chanters, guitars and more.

Great Highland Toy PipesChris Mini AccordionDunbar Child's Chanter

 

Popular Instruments

Casey Burns Basic Blackwood Irish Flute. Narrowed finger spacing for small hands.Casey Burns Basic Blackwood Irish Flute. Narrowed finger spacing for small hands. Read about Irish flutes here.


Uilleann Practice PipesUilleann Practice Pipes from Lark in the Morning. Read about Uilleann pipes here.