irish jig

Music For Your Pot of Gold – Piano Tutorial

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Learn how to play Music For Your Pot of Gold on piano with this Synthesia piano tutorial! Please enjoy!

Music For Your Pot of Gold is an original Irish Jig, and is a fantastic piece to play on piano! If you have been looking for a fun piece to play, this Sheet Music Boss original will be an excellent addition to your repertoire. Written in the modes of D Aeolian and D Mixolydian, Music For Your Pot of Gold is full of folk flavour and will have you humming the melodies well after the performance. Enjoy!

Composed by Andrew Wrangell
Edited by Samuel Dickenson

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HAG AT THE CHURN – IRISH JIG – Piano Tutorial

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Learn Hag at the Churn, a traditional Irish tune, on piano with this tutorial! Please enjoy!

Arranged by Andrew Wrangell
Edited by Samuel Dickenson

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Hag at the Churn is an energetic and lively traditional Irish Jig. It is a highly regarded pipe tune that originates from the folk superstition about witches inhabiting the butter churn to steal the product. This fantastic piano version is incredibly playable and fun to perform! It is an upper intermediate to advanced level piano arrangement and would be fantastic to insert into a concert. Hey, why not get it learned for St. Patrick’s Day?