The Irish Tenor Banjo
Angelina’s unmistakeable sound is at times dark and earthy, coupled with a weighted deeply grounded rhythm, the momentum, measured, unstoppable.
Latest Activity: Mar 21
Started by Ron Scott. Last reply by Ron Scott Oct 2, 2012.
I'd like to learn Angelina's The Miller of Drone set from the An Traidisiun Beo CD. However, it sounds to be in an unusual key. (I have learned several sets from her other CDs, all of which sound…Continue
Started by Michael Keyes Oct 1, 2012.
How many of you are going to the O'Flaherty Retreat later on this month and taking the banjo class from AC? I understand that it is sold out. Mike KeyesContinue
That video can only be opened by people who are on a special list set up by the owner. If so, there is no other link, but there are plenty of other videos of her out there. Plus there are some from the class only for the class members.
Hi Mark, I was in that class too -- it was great fun, wasn't it!! I'm still working on the tunes. I couldn't open the video on p. 2 either.
Hi, I just discovered Angelina's group and joined right away. I was very fortunate to have had her as banjo teacher at O'Flaherty 2012. Wow! I just tried to watch the video at the bottom of p.2 and couldn't, because "The video is private." Is there another link to it that anyone is aware of? Thanks!
Thoughts on her up-down-up triplet style?...
I am assuming she is playing a short neck Banjo.
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