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Blank 8″ Bodhran with beater

£16.99
Make - Koda FEATURES:
  • Perfect for children
  • Solid 8″ wooden frame and crossbar
  • Goatskin stretched playable surface
  • Comes with Beater

Coel caint agus Craic 8″ Bodhran with beater

£16.99
Make - Koda FEATURES:
  • Perfect for children
  • Solid 8″ wooden frame and crossbar
  • Goatskin stretched playable surface
  • Comes with Beater

Link Design 8″ Bodhran with beater

£16.99
Make - Koda FEATURES:
  • Perfect for children
  • Solid 8″ wooden frame and crossbar
  • Goatskin stretched playable surface
  • Comes with Beater

Shamrock Design 8″ Bodhran with beater

£16.99
Make - Koda FEATURES:
  • Perfect for children
  • Solid 8″ wooden frame and crossbar
  • Goatskin stretched playable surface
  • Comes with Beater

Shield Design 8″ Bodhran with beater

£16.99
Make - Koda FEATURES:
  • Perfect for children
  • Solid 8″ wooden frame and crossbar
  • Goatskin stretched playable surface
  • Comes with Beater

Ireland design 8″ Bodhran with beater

£16.99
Koda Irish Bodhran 8″ with Beater Solid Wooden Frame & Crossbar, IRELAND Design
FEATURES:
  • Perfect for children
  • Solid 8″ wooden frame and crossbar
  • Goatskin stretched playable surface
  • Comes with Beater

Tin Whistle Feadog Brass D Whistle, Green Top

£8.00
FEATURES:
  • Brass D Whistle
  • Perfect for beginners or more experienced players
  • Whistle Length: 29.5 cm
  • Made in Republic of Ireland
  • Model Number: FW01

Tin Whistle Feadog D Whistle, Black

£8.00
FEATURES:
  • Brass D Whistle
  • Perfect for beginners or more experienced players
  • Whistle Length: 29.5 cm
  • Made in Republic of Ireland
  • Model Number: FW01

Traditional Songs for the South and East Shore of Lough Neagh and ancient areas of Clanbrassil, Killultagh and Kilwarlin

£18.00
Clanbrassil Comhaltas and Clanbrassil Traditional Singers have successfully launched their 42 song book and double cd titled 'Traditional Songs for the South and East Shore of Lough Neagh and ancient areas of Clanbrassil, Killultagh and Kilwarlin.'