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  1. Jun 20,  · Tony MacMahon's "Traditional Irish Accordion" is a wonderful tour of traditional Irish accordion playing. This solo effort sounds full due to Mr. MacMahon's impeccable sense of timing and mastery of the chord buttons used to compliment his beautiful melodies. The combination of ballads and faster melodies makes for a great listening experience/5(6).
  2. In New York and Dublin in the s, Tony MacMahon lived with, played with and learned from uilleann piper Séamus Ennis. In this extract from a memoir-in-progress, he recalls some of the rituals and skills of the artist that made him unique.
  3. Tony MacMahon's chief early inspiration, accordionist Joe Cooley, was a frequent caller at the MacMahon home from until , when Cooley left Ireland for the grogramesearchlisurderssimpnasibolgwe.xyzinfoon has described the memory of Cooley's music as being "embedded in his DNA.". Other influences from the locality were piper Willie Clancy and fiddler Bobby Casey.. In MacMahon moved to Dublin to train as a .
  4. Some of that music came from his album, MacMahon from Clare. Ó Raghallaigh felt that while there was wonderful music on that record, “Tony still had a major artistic statement in him, one.
  5. McMahon or MacMahon (UK: / m ə k ˈ m ɑː n /, US: / m ə k ˈ m æ n,-ˈ m eɪ ən,-ˈ m ɑː n /; older Irish orthography: Mac Mathghamhna; reformed Irish orthography: Mac Mathúna) is an Irish surname. The surname arose separately in two areas: in west County Clare and in County grogramesearchlisurderssimpnasibolgwe.xyzinfo County Monaghan MacMahons are not related to the County Clare MacMahons.
  6. Opening up the box on Tony MacMahon. The accordionist reveals his torment in moving film Slán leis an gCeol about his life and career. Katy Hayes. Sunday January 27 , am, The Sunday Times.
  7. I do the same thing to play Tony MacMahon’s tunes on my B/C Don. I can’t add anything about the regionality of his style (I’ve visited Clare but live in West Australia) but it I like it a lot and try to emulate it - particularly on the slow airs like The Wounded Hussar or The Dear Irish Boy.
  8. Macmahon, Tony - Traditional Irish Accordion - grogramesearchlisurderssimpnasibolgwe.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your address.
  9. The Morning Dew * The Long Note * The College Groves * The Wounded Hussar * The Wicklow Hornpipe * The Dear Irish Boy * The Gleanntan Slide * The Bank Of Ireland * The Kid On The Mountain * O Love Of My Heart * The Old Grey Goose * The Poor Scholar * Sonny Brogan's Fancy * John O' Dwyer Of The Glen. Tony MacMahon's accordion album has been used Price: £

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