Music Notation Home Page
is a language designed to notate tunes in an ascii format. It was
designed primarily for folk and traditional tunes of Western European
origin (such as Irish, English and Scottish) which can be written
on one stave in standard classical notation.
source of Celtic tunes (GIF format)
O'Brien Tune Collection
historic compilation of 500 double jigs and reels from the repertoire
of Paddy O'Brien of County Offaly, an All-Ireland accordion champion
and one of the world's outstanding performers of Irish traditional
of these tunes are "Celtic", meaning they are Irish, Scottish, or
Breton in origin, but there are also some traditional American tunes,
English country dances, and miscellaneous others...
but elegant links to lots of tune pages
Traditional Music Index. Alan Ng's Tunography
information on Irish tune sources (recordings, versions, etc.)
Irish tunes sorted and categorized w/ some MIDI versions.
Traditional Tunes and Songs
& Swedish Traditional Tunes and Songs. Huge collection in abc format,
of over 20,000 fiddle tunes from the Celtic, British and American
traditions, by Andrew Kuntz.
Bagpipe MIDI Page
midi files for traditional Irish dance music
MIDI Files on the Net
extensive list of sites which have standard MIDI files
ABC tune finder
Search for & retrieve tunes in ABC, PostScript, and GIF formats
Irish Music Links
links to lots and lots of tune archives
includes a "Celtic" section and links to other tune archives