Peghead Nation’s Irish Mandolin instructor plays a set of Irish tunes.
by Dan Gabel
March 02, 2016
Marla Fibish is one of the most prominent voices on the mandolin in Irish music, and we’re excited that she’ll be teaching Irish Mandolin on Peghead Nation beginning in a few weeks. In this video, Marla plays “Parnell’s March” and the jig “Miss Walsh” in the Peghead Nation studio.
Marla recorded “Parnell’s March” on The Morning Star, her wonderful 2011 album of Irish tunes on mandolin-family instruments with Jimmy Crowley. She also recorded “Miss Walsh” with her trio Three Mile Stone (Marla, Erin Shrader, Richard Mandel) on their self-titled 2010 album of Irish tunes and songs, produced by Irish guitarist John Doyle.
Learn more about Marla, her recordings and workshops, and her current project Noctambule at MarlaFibish.com.
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