This non-profit site aims to be especially useful for both experienced and novice players of traditional Irish music as well as for musicologists. It appears to be unique in the world for its accurate identification of recorded sources of Irish traditional music. At this point in time, the site offers you at least the following uses:
Locate commercial recordings of a tune, given any one of its titles.
Locate transcriptions of a tune in a book, given any one of its titles.
Discover whether the tune you are listening to or looking at is known under other titles.
Find out whether multiple tunes recorded or printed under a given title are actually the same tune or not.
Identify unnamed tunes on a recording. Every tune indexed here can be found even if you only know the track title, such as "Sliabh Luachra Polkas" or "Light Jigs." Just use the Tune Search and Finder page to search for the track title.
View a more accurate table of contents of your recordings. I have discovered that a significant fraction of commercial albums have inexcusable errors in labeling their tracks and tunes, especially due to non-musicians being responsible for preparing the albums and their later reissues.