Bodhran Page: History of the Irish Drum

The bodhran (pronounced "bow-rawn"), or simply the Irish drum, is an Irish frame drum measuring 12 to 24 inches in diameter and a depth between...

Tin Whistle Page: History of the Irish Penny Whistle

Known also as the penny whistle, the tin whistle is a woodwind instrument most commonly heard in Irish music. This small instrument has six...

Concertina Page

The concertina is a free-reed Celtic musical instrument, a lot like the harmonica and some other accordions, with buttons and bellows on both ends....

How to Play the Bodhran For Beginners: 5 Basic Steps

Learning how to play the bodhran can be a challenge for anyone just starting out, so I've tried to make things easier by giving...

How to Play the Hammered Dulcimer: 5 Simple Steps

Looking to learn how to play the hammered dulcimer? First, let's explore where this fantastic instrument came from. The hammered dulcimer was invented in the...

How to Play the Celtic Harp: A Beginner’s Guide

It is believed that the sound of the Celtic harp, sometimes called the lever harp or folk harp, is so melodious that it is akin to the...

Bodhran For Sale: A Buyer’s Guide

If you're looking for a bodhran for sale online, then this bodhran buyer's guide may be of assistance to you! The bodhran is a...

Bodhran Tippers For Sale: Best Tipper For Beginners

Behind every great bodhran player is a great bodhran tipper! A tipper, sometimes called a beater or a cipín, is a small, wooden baton-shaped instrument used to...