Jimmy Noctor

Irish Traditional Musician

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PICTURES FROM TUBBERCURRY SUMMERSCHOOL  JULY 06

How quick the years roll by....live today

But first its been a busy few days with music..

 

Heydens Ballymote Phil Cunningham on the guitar 

Playing for dancers

Keash, dancing in the afternoon

                                                                                                                   My great friend jim from Bundoran  Tom Mc gowan and Noel Tansey Josie sheridan and aJosie Tonroe. in the sailors home..

 

Stepping it out                                                                  Eugene Lambert and Finnegan in Jamestown (Sadly moved on 2010)

Sailors Home Gurteen

 

It's good to get an opportunity to play for the older and wiser in our communities. So when I was asked to play for an afternoon dance it was a pleasure indeed. They enjoyed the dancing and the music, and made no sectret of telling me so. I'll be back...........

It was a mighty treat during the Jamestown heritage festival to get a glimpse of the amazing talent of Eugene Lambert whom most of us remember from our childhood with the Lambert Puppet Theatre and Wanderly Wagon.

Steve with his 1930s 6voice Baldoni.......wow Gurteen

 

Tubbercurry Summer school 2006

Nathy and Nora Brennan Tubbercurry

Not sure of the names here But Keith the piper  from wales is one

 

      Guess the tune        Jim has so many tunes...                         Many countrys     Jimmy ,Witek from Poland and friends

 


Who's in the shadows?                                              The approach at dusk, or is it dawn?

 

 

 

 

 

As the week progressed the number of musicians were on the increase, here in Nathy's as in the rest of the pubs. I played along with musicians from Poland, France, Germany, Japan, Wales, the Isle of Man, from Tubbercurry and throughout the country. No seats to be had here, Benoit Le Roux and Sophie Bardou from Bretagne and Paris on fiddles....