The O'Carolan Canons
Most traditional Irish music is descended from the Bards, a caste of itinerant musicians who played a wire-stringed harp known as the "clarseach", which has a chiming, resonant tone. The blind harper, Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738), was the most famous of the latter-day bards.
I have composed many canons using the melodies of O'Carolan.
This collection is 7 MP3 versions of the O'Carolan Canons.