Free Sheet Music | Celtic Sheet Music for Piano

September 24, 2008

Celtic Sheet Music for Piano
Here’s a collection of very easy and easy/intermediate free celtic sheet music for piano solo. Most piano students that have been playing piano for an year or two can enjoy a few of the piano solos. Other solos are best suited for the third or fourth year player.

Very Easy Piano Solos

The Galway Piper for Piano Solo Piano Sheet Music – Traditional Irish
Irish Washerwoman for Piano Solo Piano Sheet Music – Traditional Irish
Michael Finnegan Piano Sheet Music – Traditional Irish

Easy/Intermediate Piano Solos

The Campbells Are Coming for Piano Solo/Traditional Sottish
Molly Malone (Cockles and Mussels) Piano Sheet Music – Traditional Irish
The Kerry Dance Piano Sheet Music – Traditional Irish
Irish Lullaby (Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral) for Piano Solo/Irish Traditional
The Irish Washerwoman Piano Sheet Music – Traditional Irish
The Minstrel Boy Piano Sheet Music – Patriotic Song of Ireland


Celtic music means two things mainly. Firstly, it is the music of the peoples calling themselves Celts (a non-musical, primarily political definition), as opposed to, say, “French music” or “English music.” Secondly, it refers to whatever qualities may be unique to the musics of the Celtic Nations (a musical definition)…

Often, the term Celtic music is applied to the music of Ireland and Scotland, because both places have produced well-known distinctive styles which actually have genuine commonality and clear mutual influences; however, it is notable that Irish and Scottish traditional musicians themselves avoid the term “Celtic music,” except when forced by the necessities of the market. These styles are known because of the importance of Irish and Scottish people in the English speaking world, especially in the United States, where it had a profound impact on American music, particularly bluegrass and country music.

Excerpt from Wikipedia

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