"At the Racket," a band and the eponymous title of their
1997 album, includes saxophonist Seamus O'Donnell,
along with John Carty, Brian McGrath, and Garry O'Briain,
as well as a few guest artists. This band is clearly
a re-creation (and then some) to those bands to which
Philippe refers below.
---Philippe Varlet <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> At 12:37 AM 9/19/98 +0300, you wrote:
> >I wanted to ask if I can have a list of all the instruments that were
> >used and still exist in Irish music.
> >Also I wanted to know if there has been a Saxophone Irish music
> In the late 30s, 40s, and 50s, in the US, saxophones, particularly
> were common in Irish dance bands. Paddy Killoran and Ed Reavy are two
> traditional fiddle players who played and recorded alongside saxes.
> Philippe Varlet
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