In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The years took their toll, families moved out of the valley, homes that once rang to the sounds of children and the music of fiddles and melodeons became silent.
- Pandemonium will perform traditional folk and ceilidh music on guitar, mandolin, concertina, recorder, melodeon and percussion.
- There was a perfect flow of musical chemistry too within her band, creating huge multi-layered washes of sound - for three fiddles, a melodeon and a tuba can be surprisingly heavy hitting in their intensity.
- Next Thursday, the Sultans of Squeeze come to town with their collection of melodions, accordions and concertinas to perform music of all genres, from folk, to waltzes, to blues to rock ‘n’ roll.
- Miller notes that from as early as 1844 American wakes were a mixture of sorrow and hilarity, prayers and keening, after which ‘young folk danced to the music of fiddles, pipes, flutes or melodeons.’
- This traditional singer, guitarist and concertina and melodeon player was born in Norfolk and is based in Yorkshire after a spell in Ireland.
- He had a great love of traditional Irish music, being very accomplished on the melodeon and concertina, but the tin whistle was his favourite.
- At the age of 6 or 7 I'd say I started the music, my mother had one of those little melodions and we finished up tearing that to pieces but we learnt to play the music on it.
- Kate herself is well renowned for her talent on the melodeon, yet this was her night to enjoy being around family and friends.
- The instruments available are fiddles, flutes, banjos, concertinas, accordions, a melodeon and a practice set of uillean pipes.
- He also showed the audience the differences between the accordion and the melodeon the main one being the accordion has keys and the melodeon buttons for the notes.
- Elena Hogan and Noel Clancy represented Waterford in the Munster Fleadh Ceoil in Millstreet last Sunday, the flute and the melodion being the instruments of choice.
- She grew up in a house full of music and began playing the melodeon in her early teens and played right up to her death.
- Sharon is of course a multi instrumentalist in her own right, playing melodeon, piano accordion and fiddle.
- A jazz ensemble that includes double bass, cello, and melodeon, among other strange sounds, the Kai Sextet uses traditional music from Scandinavia, Western Europe, and India as a basis for improvisation.
- The daytime shift on Saturday will be filled with musical workshops on the fiddle, whistle, bodhrán, guitar, melodeon and percussion.
- Pete Coe returns to the club on January 22 with his bouzouki, banjo, dulcimer, melodeon and percussive step-dancing.
- A rare opportunity to see the four guys perform together since they first joined forces five years ago, the 8pm performance promises familiar songs sublimely arranged for melodeon, concertina, oboe, fiddle, mandolin and guitar.
- Instruments included the usual ‘box’, melodeon, flute/whistle, fiddle, as well as the less familiar harp and concertina and pipes.
- Dozens of patients, mostly dressed in black, marched through the streets following a draped coffin while musicians played a dirge on a flageolet and melodion.
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