Seán Moloney

Traditional Irish Flautist

Sean Moloney Boehm system and simple system flute and whistle

About Eddie Moloney: Master Musician


Flute, fiddle and tin whistle. Traditional Irish Music – Ballinakill / East Galway style.

A collection of professional archival and personal recordings audio re-mastered to a high standard of Eddie Moloney playing, dating from 1947 to 1980. Compiled and produced by Seán Moloney.

Ensemble tracks include recordings of Eddie playing on different tracks with Aggie Whyte, Tommy Coen, Joe O’Leary, Joe Burke, Kathleen Collins and many more.

Included:

• 16-page booklet inside with track listing, notes and photos.

• CD1: Eddie in a Aonar – 35 solo tracks.

• CD2: Eddie agus a Cháirde – 22 ensemble tracks.

Eddie Moloney: Master Musician
Eddie Moloney: Master Musician Tracklist
Eddie Moloney: Master Musician Tracklist
Kevin Moloney in the Ballinakill Ceili Band
Kevin Moloney in the Ballinakill Ceili Band
Sean Moloney and Kevin Moloney
Eddie Moloney: Master Musician
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About Bridging the Gap


Consists mainly of Fiddle/flute duets in the old Ballinakill style of East Galway.

Kevin Moloney, the fiddler on the Cd, is from Ballinakill and celebrated his 75th birthday on the day of recording in 1996. His last previous recording was in 1937 with the Ballinakill traditional players hence the title “Bridging the Gap”.

The Cd includes a great fiddle solo of Kevin. Also, I have a free sample of a solo from the CD by Kevin in audio page.

Influences: Paddy Kelly, Jack Mulkere, Paddy Fahy, Paddy Carty, Stephen Moloney, Tommy Whelan, Joe Burke and Eddie Moloney.

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Bridging the Gap
Bridging the Gap
Kevin Moloney in the Ballinakill Ceili Band
Sean Moloney and Kevin Moloney
Bridging the Gap
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About Music on the Wind


Basically a flute album.

Several kinds of flutes and tin whistles.

A lot of support from family and friends hence a good variety of sounds.

Other instruments include fiddles, concertina, mandolin, harp, guitars, bouzouki, bodhrán and spoons.

The title is from a tune composed by Lucy Farr. The CD also includes some of Sean's own compositions.

Influences: Stephen Moloney, Tommy Whelan, Eddie Moloney, Paddy Carty and Lucy Farr.

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Music on the Wind
Music on the Wind Tracklist
Sean Moloney Flute Player
Music on the Wind
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About Potsticks


It's a flute album.

Two in every three tracks have no backing, hence very much pure flute.

For real flute enthusiasts or for those interested in learning flute tunes.

Has a homely “in the kitchen” feel to it.

This is a favourite of purists in traditional Irish music.

“Potstick” is a colloquial name for a simple flute .

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Potsticks
Potsticks Tracklist
Sean Moloney Irish Flute Player
Potsticks
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About Where's me cap


All the music is composed by Seán.

Originally written for a stage production of Tarry Flynn, a novel by Patrick Kavanagh.

Philip Doddy from Sligo plays fiddle and tin whistle, Caroline Locke plays piano and keyboard, Irene Moloney is on bodhrán and mandolin, Shane Moloney plays fiddle and keyboard, while Seán plays fiddle and flutes.

Firmly rooted in the traditional Irish idiom with a 1930’s flavour and with some deviation to a more universal ballroom style for the dance hall scene.

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Where's me cap
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