Here's a nice march from the fiddle playing of John Doherty.
Here's a highland from JD. It's a bit on the tricky side in places. It puts the "High" back into "Highland".
This is a reel from James Byrne's playing. That's all I can tell you.
I learned this from James Byrne who is a great fiddle player from Meenacross, near Glencolmbkille in Donegal. I'm not sure whether it has another name. It sounds a bit like a slide to me. There are quite a few of these tunes which have ended up in Donegal. They must have taken a wrong turn in Killarney one day.
Here's a reel I used to hear a lot. It's also called "The Farting Badger". It deserves to be played occasionally just for that reason.
Here's a highland. I've no name for it, only a few notes.
I can't even remember who I learned this from, let alone its name. I've called it "Masúrca Gan Ainm" as it looks a bit more exotic then "Untitled Mazurca". It was nice of the committee in Dublin to take the trouble to make up an Irish word for "Mazurka".
Here's a mazurka I learned from the playing of John Doherty. I couldn't think of anything better to call it.