Susan K’s eight hundred and fifty-five comments

  • Lady Dolly Primrose’s Minuet

    Seems to be from Edinburgh, or somewhere around it. From J. Murray Neil's "The Scots Fiddle", 1991. more…

  • Re: Back to Scotswood

    Leonard Brown, piano, Chris Newman, guitar + bass guitar, Andy Watt, guitar, Malcolm Bushby, |Fiddle. more…

  • Re: Birmingham Irish music

    I ought to shut up for at least 2 weeks, thesession-itis. Birmingham still a city with masses of Irish musicians - of all kinds. more…

  • Re: Birmingham Irish music

    DrSilverSpear : Susan K is a grumpy old woman, that's the reason. Sorry. more…

  • Re: Christmas tunes from outside Europe

    I think there are a good few home-grown US tunes. Maybe some came from England with Pilgrim Fathers and songs/tunes became loved in US whilst they dropped out of circulation (in Wales or Scotland as well as England). I am s'what dispirited after the kn... more…

  • Re: Christmas tunes from outside Europe

    Some delightful American Christmas music. Do people like a cd - New Orleans Christmas (various Artists)? I can't resist playing it at least ten times during the run-up to Xmas. more…

  • Re: Never Mind The Ballots

    Sorry Donald K, SDP was a figment of my imagination, I am an old female. more…

  • Re: London UK

    There was certainly plenty of Irish music in London post World War 2. First foot fall for Irish men and women looking for better work opportunities and so on. I can only speak about my granddad from West Cork who settled in London around the turn of ... more…

  • Re: The Star Of The County Down

    Double comment wasn't for emphasis, just finger accident (cut finger on broken glass so inefficient). Everyone shld learn by heart this superlative tune (or sing the fine song). more…

  • Re: Gallic Christmas Song

    PLEASE NOTE : don't use x:1 for this tune (wrong and tune should be in 3/4 time as in x:2). more…