A COUPLE have started married life on a high note after being played out to a massive Traditional music session in Derrygonnelly. 

Maggie Maguire recently tied the knot with Ryan Muldoon, from Dungannon, and the couple walked out of St. Patrick's Church, Derrygonnelly to the ultimate soundtrack.

Dozens of Traditional musicians, young and old, including musicians from The Whistlin' Donkeys, and The Tumbling Paddies, picked up their fiddles, flutes, banjos and harps to create the unforgettable spectacle. 

A clip of the music session has since been viewed hundreds of thousands of times online. 

Mrs. Muldoon, a well-known fiddle player who teaches Traditional music at Fermanagh House and Dromore Comhaltas, said the music made her wedding day even more special.

"It's not often you are surrounded by so many good people, musicians, friends and family," she said.

"I thought, 'You know what - it would be hard to beat having everyone play us out!'

"There were musicians from The Whistlin' Donkeys, The Tumbling Paddies, and loads of really top-class Irish Traditional players.

"Some even flew home from Dubai to be there. It was like being at a Fleadh!

"There was great life in the chapel; everyone was there for us. Having been involved in Traditional music all my life, this was a start to married life on a high."

Mrs. Muldoon says comes from a strong musical family. Her sister plays flute, and her brother accordion, and the siblings all teach locally in Fermanagh House. 

And while groom Brian isn't strictly a Traditional player, he instead plays drums within the Rock 'n' Roll genre.

Mrs Maguire added: "As you can see in the video, everybody just loves playing and being in the moment. It is something we will never forget!"

And the theme of Traditional music continued on the couple's honeymoon, where they travelled to Doolin, Co. Clare - a location renowned for its Irish Traditional music!