Jemtheflute’s fifty-four comments

  • Re: The Air Tune

    You can download a Word document containing both dots and ABC notation of my transcription (above) after the one in Liz Carroll's tune book here: https://app.box.com/s/3o0fk9pc30aem3wlqlzwb2chhml4lt03 more…

  • The Air Tune, X:8

    This is basically an accurate ABC rendering of the transcription presented in Liz Carroll's own book of her collected compositions, published in 2010, except for a minor tweak I've made to the format - I haven't changed anything material, I've just added ... more…

  • Re: Morgawr

    The late Simon Owen was a piper of S. Welsh origin who lived and worked in Oxford. He died sadly young. I only met him once when we were both tutors at a Welsh tunes workshop. I actually had the tune from his friend, the late Jeff Hughes, who notated it f... more…

  • Re: The Ships Are Sailing

    Just to note that, contrary to the header of this entry, this is NOT the same tune as A' da Ships ir Sailin, a Shetland tune. Totally unrelated melody. cf https://www.tunearch.org/wiki/All_the_Ships_are_Sailing more…

  • Miss Rowan Davies, X:3

    Picked this one up from a friend recently. Lovely tune. I can't vouch for the chords in this transcription, but I think it's a more accurate transcription of the melody with the correct bar counts (no extraneous rests or 1st/2nd time bars etc.). more…

  • Paddy Fahey’s, X:4

    I've added my transcription from Matt Molloy's "Woman I Loved so Well" performance of it - a few details different from SebastianM's above - note particularly the C, not D as last note of bar A2. I think the C (which is what I hear him play in the majorit... more…

  • Re: The Shelf

    There's a grand shot (a little spoilt by a lunatic audience member) at it here by Harry Bradley, followed with another Charlie O'Neill tune: https://youtu.be/OQhtPY_oLZ0 more…

  • Re: Julia Delaney’s

    Just another session-learnt variant - played double. more…

  • Eeeeeurgh!

    Funny, that last quip from fiddlercjp! more…

  • Metsäkukkia, X:9

    From a 1997 album by Breton band Tud - "La Plume de Paon", TUD002. Credited as "Scandinavian", untitled. more…