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  • Séamus Connolly Collection

    The licensing for the Séamus Connolly Collection is certainly friendly, so much so that that I downloaded all of the pdf’s and converted them to abc notation:

    There are bound to be some errors. Caveat Emptor.

    # Added by callison .
  • The Celtic Cross Whistle Shop

    Serving the whistle playing community. We just opened the Celtic Cross Whistle Shop this year. My wife & I love the tin whistle, & the shop gives us the opportunity to meet musicians, whistle makers, & folks who love music. We have great deals & ship priority mail via the USPS.

    # Added by Technocelts .
  • Index page to the Tom Buchanan collection

    The link to the 10-month effort of three of thesession.orgs members that rendered abc notation from 652 pages of hand-written notes from Tom Buchanan, a Scottish gentleman who left behind copies of his work at session in the 1990’s. 1102 tunes, most trad with a smattering of other stuff.

    Includes links to the abc notation for each tune, a pdf rendered from the abc notation and a low resolution copy of the original scan.

    # Added by callison .
  • Links for thesession.org threads #40353 (Paddy Fahey’s)

    pdf and abc files regarding the Paddy Faye’s discussion https://thesession.org/discussions/40353
    http://www.thisoldtractor.com/guzzi007/Celtic/Paddy_Fahey’s_by_Maria_Holohan.pdf

    # Added by callison .
  • TradMusician

    TradMusician is an Android App for musicians using ABC notation files.
    Get all your music at your fingertips during your jam sessions even without network.

    - easily browse and index all the tunes in your ABC file music collection
    - see each tune in standard notation and play it
    - search among online tune seach engines and store the tunes in your library for offline use
    - mark favorites tunes
    - edit or annotate your files

    You can also easily sets an "online" Tunebook (especially useful if you are a "The Session" user) and sync to it in a click after you ‘ve made change to it on the web.

    # Added by fmontale .

Newest comments

  • How do they compare to other harps?

    Are they at the same level of quality as, say, a Larry Fisher or Larry Egar harp, or a Camac harp? I'm having trouble finding any reviews online.

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  • Bricksy, so do you still like the Appalachian as much as you seemed to like it when you posted about 5 months ago?

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  • Steve is setting up an Appalachian for me and I'm hoping it will be ready before I head out for Christmas break. We get the whole week off with pay where I work so I'm hoping to spend some quality time with the Appalachian :)

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  • I just bought an Appalachian fiddle from Steve Perry at Gianna Violins. This is such a beautiful instrument, ideal for just about any kind of music. Steve adjusted it perfectly. I am 100% pleased with my fiddle and would recommend Gianna's to anyone looki...

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  • New site

    Just wanted to inform you that I had to move the abc transposer away from the old server at 8ung.at,

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