Graham Irwin: My music
Here is a selection of videos of some of my music (latest additions first). My musical taste is mostly British and Irish folk, both traditional and contemporary. I shall be adding a new video each week.
The Shepherds' Song - a traditional English folk song (seems to be more about drinking than sheep!) (2:44)
Lavender's Blue - a traditional English folk song and nursery rhyme (with a special cameo appearance by Stevie Mouse) (2:12)
The Farmer's Boy - a traditional English folk song, very popular in days of yore (3:02)
The Drover's Dream - a traditional Australian folk song (2:11)
Ranter's Wharf - a contemporary folk song by John Conolly, based on the traditional belief that the souls of drowned seamen are transmuted into seagulls (3:49)
The Tailor's Breeches - a traditional English folk song (3:15)
Peggy Gordon - a traditional folk song from Canada (4:11)
Red And Gold - a contemporary folk song by Ralph McTell, telling the story of one battle in the English Civil War (7:01)
Sweet Nightingale - a traditional folk song from Cornwall, probably 17th century and translated from the ancient Cornish language (3:02)
The Boar's Head Carol - a medieval English Christmas carol (2:03)
You can also view these videos on my Youtube channel.
Whiskey In The Jar - a popular traditional Irish folk song
John Barleycorn - a traditional ballad about the death and rebirth of the Corn God, to the tune Wir Pflügen by J A P Schulz (1747-1800)
The Fireman's Song - a contemporary folk song by Don Bilston
I have developed a simple script to aid transposing chord sequences for song and tunes. You can try it here.