Níall Hughes’s twenty-two comments

  • Re: Aftermemories

    This tune feel very familiar when I play it, however I know for a fact that I haven't heard it before. Each part seems to take on a characteristic of another tune, for example the first part sounds a little like the bank of Ireland. I like this tune, it ... more…

  • The Cairn Stones, X:2

    Same tune, different key. more…

  • The Cairn Stones

    Yes, I wrote This Tune. more…

  • O’Mahony’s

    A nice tune for the box, however is hard since a good bit of air is needed. a bit too wide of a scale for the whistle, flute and pipes since it goes below that D, and even goes higher than that d'. it's also hard to transpose up or down because of the sca... more…

  • Re: Gan Ainm

    After playing the tune, I know it from somewhere. however, I can't seem to put my finger on where. it happens a lot with me, so to be honest I'm not surprised. I don't know what the name is or anything, but it is a lovely tune regardless. more…

  • The Shores Of Lough Major

    This tune was written by a man from Ballybay, Co. Monaghan. Enjoy! more…

  • Inagh Valley

    WARNING: This is not a polka! I only uploaded it as a polka due to the time signature! This tune is in fact a slow air, I'm pretty sure this was written by Martín O'Connor. more…

  • Re: Things to consider for a session?

    If you do decide to start a session, you may want to consider the following: more…

  • Re: Looking for red Paolo Soprani Accordion

    Ireland. more…

  • Whiskey In The Jar

    I don't think this one really needs explaining, as it is a very common song. please do bear in mind while learning this that it is a march, not a barndance. Enjoy! more…