Níall Hughes’s twenty-eight comments

  • Live Facebook Stream

    Short notice I know but to mark European Day of Music we've recorded a 'Summer Solstice Session' in the Fairy Village at Darkley Forest, Darkley Co. Armagh, Ireland. more…

  • Old Wooden Bridge, X:2

    I got this tune from box player Gary Curley. It is also a nice tune in C. more…

  • The Old Linen Mill

    A tune written by myself named after the old linen mill in Darkley, Co. Armagh. The entire village was originally built to accommodate the workers there. more…

  • The Wedding Videographer

    This is a tune that I wrote for my father, a wedding videographer. more…

  • The Darkley Deacon

    Another of my tunes. Unlike the last one, that takes a turn to the dark side for the guitars, this takes more of a calm approach as a hornpipe. I wrote it as a Christmas present for my grandfather, a deacon from a small border village in Darkley, co. Arma... more…

  • Re: Vergers

    Shouldn't this be in Dmin? more…

  • 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…