Michelle Mc’s four hundred and fifty-four comments

  • Re: Which instrument

    I played my grandad's accordion as a kid but had no access to folk music except Aus classics like Click go the Shears and Waltzing Matilda and a few others. I bought my own harmonica and played the same songs. I played cornet and saxophone in the school b... more…

  • Re: They’re at it again

    I used to watch people play trad tunes on Instagram. The time is limited though, you could probably only play one tune at a time. more…

  • Re: ‘Great whistle players can make ANY whistle sound amazing’ - myth?

    Damien Rogeau- Not true, there is some leeway when it comes to whistles to raise or lower the pitch with air pressure. I do it often on my MK low whistle and some of my high whistles, mostly with the C# which sometimes is not a C#. If a whistle has too ma... more…

  • Re: Star Trek Voyager tune

    David50, they do seem to be dancing a bit out of sync with the tune. Anyone recognise the style of dance? more…

  • Re: Star Trek Voyager tune

    Well i loved DS9, it was my fave and and I didn't mind Avery Brooks acting style, It was part of his personality like most actors. He had bold mannerisms. I like all the Treks and look forward to Picard and the next Discovery season. So the tune was compo... more…

  • Star Trek Voyager tune

    I'm happily watching Star Trek Voyager for the umpteenth time and in the episode 'Fair Haven', which, yes, is cliched, There is a dance scene where a tune is played with bodhran, hammered dulcimer and fiddle. It doesn't quite sound Irish, maybe Scottish o... more…

  • Re: Who is Irish Traditional Music?

    Richard, WVTM? Sorry for my ignorance! more…

  • Re: Who is Irish Traditional Music?

    I second Paddy Malony, but I don't have a huge knowledge of ITM history yet. more…

  • Re: Tune Name Please

    Ok, Cunla is the same as The Frieze britches. more…

  • Re: Tune Name Please

    I have that album, I think it's 'Cunla'. more…