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The Gold Ring 2 (jig) - Concertina and Flute Duet

I learned this tune recently.

Séamus Creagh and Aidan Coffey played "The Gold Ring 1 & 2" in their CD. I enjoyed their music when I went to Cork in 2003. I love their music!

(Jig) The Gold Ring 2 - Concertina and Flute Duet by Tomoyuki

Satomi played our 30-key C/G Dipper concertina and I played my Grinter flute in D. We had recorded "The Gold Ring 1" last year.

The Gold Ring 1 (jig) - Concertina and Flute Duet

I learned this tune from Music For The Sets - the blue book compiled by David J Taylor. It has 7 parts!

"The Gold Ring 2" is on my learning list now.

(Jig) The Gold Ring 1 - Concertina and Flute Duet by Tomoyuki

Satomi played our 30-key C/G Dipper concertina and I played my Grinter flute in D.

Hope you have Happy Holidays!

Imelda Roland's, Cregg's Pipes (reels) - Concertina and Flute Duet

We learned this set from A Celebration of 50 Years by The Tulla Ceili Band. We sometimes play the set at sessions.

Satomi played our 30-key C/G Dipper concertina and I played my Grinter flute in D.

The Glenside Cottage, The Crock of Gold, The Bag of Spuds (reels) - Concertina and Flute Duet

We learned this set from Traditional Irish Music From London by John Blake, Lamond Gillespie and Mick Leahy. I love the set and often play it at sessions.

(Reels) The Glenside Cottage, The Crock of Gold, The Bag of Spuds - Concertina and Flute Duet by Tomoyuki

Satomi played her 38-key C/G Jeffries concertina and I played my Grinter flute in D.

Big Pat, John Naughton's Reel (reels) - Flute Solo

(Reels) Big Pat, John Naughton's Reel - Flute Solo by Tomoyuki

I played my Grinter flute in D.

I learned these reels from my friend. He is a fiddler and I love his fiddle playing. We used to play the set together.

He no longer plays Irish music, but I hope we play Irish music together again!

Old Hag You Have Killed Me, Old Tipperary (jigs) - Eb Flute Solo

I learned this set from Music For The Sets - the blue book compiled by David J Taylor.

I played the set at the session in Osaka, Japan, the other day. No one seemed to know the second jig. I wonder if it's a popular tune in Ireland.

(Jigs) Old Hag You Have Killed Me, Old Tipperary - Eb Flute Solo by Tomoyuki

I played my Eb flute made by Copley and Boegli.

(Reels) Micho's Reel, John Blessings, The Pride of the Bronx - Flute Solo

I learned this set of reels from The Mulcahy Family. It's one of my favorite CDs!

(Reels) Micho's Reel, John Blessings, The Pride of the Bronx - Flute Solo by Tomoyuki

I played my 6-keyed Grinter flute in D.

Miss Johnson's, Moving in Decency, Teetotaller (reels) - Concertina and Flute Duet

We learned this set from 60th Anniversary Celebration by The Tulla Céilí Band, which is one of my favorite CDs.

The more I play this set, the more I like it! My wife likes it, too.

(Reels) Miss Johnson's, Moving in Decency, Teetotaller - Concertina and Flute Duet by Tomoyuki

My wife played her 38-key C/G Jeffries concertina and I played my 6-keyed Grinter flute in D.

Madam Bonaparte (set dance) - Concertina and Flute Duet

We learned this set dance from Take a Bow by Matt Cranitch. It's a lot of fun for me to play set dances with my wife.

(Set Dance) Madam Bonaparte - Concertina and Flute Duet by Tomoyuki

My wife played a 38-key C/G Jeffries concertina and I played a 6-keyed Grinter flute in D.

The Three Sea Captains (set dance) - Concertina and Flute Duet

I learned this set dance from AN IRISH TUNEBOOK - PART TWO published by Ossian Publications. It is one of my favorite set dances!

(Set Dance) The Three Sea Captains - Concertina and Flute Duet by Tomoyuki

My wife played a 38-key C/G Jeffries concertina and I played a 6-keyed Grinter flute in D.

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