Steve Moore’s thirty-two comments

  • Re: The Taproom, Iron Horse Brewery (Last Sunday Of Month, 3-5 PM)

    With the 2022 post-Covid public re-opening of the Iron Horse Brewery and Tap Room, the management has been kind enough to invite in the local group of Celtic session players. Call the Tap Room same-day to confirm that a session is scheduled. more…

  • Re: The Clips Of Moher

    To understand the joke you have to see the original name of the tune, more…

  • Re: The Cliffs Of Moher

    The Humours of Rahey, by John Kelly more…

  • Re: Jerry Holland’s

    A duplication of Malcolm's New Fiddle by Jerry Holland. Many players list it as Jerry Holland's (e.g. Reelin' in Tradition, Mulcahy Family) more…

  • Re: James McMahon’s

    Good question. "Versions" are commutative, and don't include chronological metadata. The solution hinges on whether J. M. is truly the composer. more…

  • Re: James McMahon’s

    James McMahon's jig is more or less a D version of the Caherlistrane in A, which I encountered first on Patrick Street #2. Caherlistrane is a place in north Galway; I don't know if it is associated with McMahon. more…

  • Re: [ The Pub ] By Iron Horse Brewery

    This session was a victim of Covid and the Brewery pub is gone. more…

  • Re: Keyed Up

    The musicians: Olof Johansson, Nyckelharpa; Mikael Marin, Viola; Roger Tallroth, Guitar more…

  • Hasse A’s [Polska]

    Fast waltz-time. By Mikael Marin of Vasen recorded on Keyed Up. Dotted half = 75 bpm. The first part is jig-like, the second a wild ride. more…

  • Coilsfield House, X:8

    As interpreted by Kevin Crawford on In Good Company (2001). A lushly produced and very beautiful rendition. Countless flute ornaments modify this basic setting. more…