peter wsll’s two hundred and twenty-three comments

  • Re: Hornpipes with more than 2 parts

    Kylebrack Rambler... fantastic tune, but surely it's a reel ? more…

  • Re: Tony MacMahon ~ Slán Leis an gCeol

    Hi Kilcash, Thanks for linking to what looks like a good programme, I can get the RTE player but the link given comes up as " Uh oh. Looks like you're lost..Seems like the page you were looking for doesn't exist." more…

  • John Rooney R.I.P.

    For those who may not yet know, I received the sad news last night that the celebrated piper John Rooney has passed away. I have great memories of him and his music from sessions over the years. more…

  • Re: Learning from notation.

    'where is the borderline between traditional time respected tunes and people playing them in lots of different ways and someone who starts with the few bars and then makes up,something more…

  • Re: Tune Title Request

    Sporting Paddy more…

  • Re: Fantastic dancing

    How funny, we were only discussing this the other day ( yes really) apparently they do it so the worms think it's raining...crafty birds eh! more…

  • Re: Tune ID please

    Thanks for all replies, more…

  • Tune ID please

    Hi, I would be most grateful if anyone could tell me the name of the second reel please. Cheers. more…

  • Re: “Dumbing down” a tune - how far can you go?

    I do like that idea of 'anchor points' it helps describe the process of ear learning quite well, I would gradually build up a picture of a tune in my mind by attending sessions weekly and getting my head round the main 'hooks' of a tune. Gradually I could... more…

  • Re: Type of button box being played?

    Great tune, great playing. For those who may be interested the first one is Kylebrack Rambler by Finbarr Dwyer. more…