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Folk Musician

As well as being a increasingly sought after Celtic Harpist, Ken is also an experienced folk- guitarist and singer and learned compiler and interpreter of tunes,. Everything from old favourites like “The Wild Rover” or “Scarborough Fayre” to more obscure ditties, ballads and tunes from all over the world.

Here's a list of typical tunes:


Celtic Harp Tunes and Songs:

Star of the County Down, Scarborough Fayre, Sally Free and Easy,  
She Moved Thru the Fayre, The Floral Dance, Breton Air, The Cuckoo,
Brian Boru’s March, Son ar chistr, Lord of the Dance, Planxty Irwin,
Shee beag shee mhor, Lady Greensleeves, Skellig, Ramble to Cashel, Sleepers awake, Amazing grace, Avenging and Bright, Water kilpie song, Tra Va Ruggit Creest, Raggle taggle gypsies, Black is the colour,Fanny Poer, Suzy McGuire, Don’t cry in your sleep, The Ash Grove, Calon Lan, Maurice O Connor, Oidhche Mhaith, Sleeper’s Awake, O’ Gallagher’s Frolic, Maid from the Parish of Penderyn, The Limerick Rake, Be thou my vision, June Apple

Folk and Traditional Tunes:

Black Jack Davy, The Bachelor, Rantin’ Rovin’ Robbie,  the Cradle,
Jadam wozy kolorowe, The Irish Rover,Black Velvet Band, The Lark,
Whisky in the Jar, Never Wed an Auld man, The Auld Triangle,
Die Weber(Weavers), Newry Town, Wind that Shakes the Barley, Heave Ya Ho! Cockles and Mussels, The Drunken Sailor, Dirty Old Town,
Clear away the Track, Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye, the Wild Rover,
The Fields of Athenry, House Carpenter,  Mairi’s Wedding,
The Leaving of Liverpool, Auld lang Syne, Matty Groves, All Around My Hat, The Parting Glass, All ye rovin minstrels, Scarborough Fayre, Wild Mountain Thyme, Jock Stuart, Sally free and easy.