D.Sorcha’s nineteen comments

  • Over The Moor To Maggie, X:10

    I heard this on a recording in a set with Jolly Tinker by Kirk Freymuth, Tim Frantzich, and John Williams. On the recording, “Maggie” is slower than Jolly Tinker, which wouldn’t be good for session, but is nice for listening. more…

  • Wissahickon Drive, X:5

    I found this version on a recording by Tullamore Brothers, called “Still Going Wrong.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_zAt4N5PuQ. more…

  • Paddy Fahey’s, X:9

    I found this version on the Wild Asparagus “Best of” album. They play many variations as they repeat sets, but this is the foundation version. more…

  • Honeychurch

    This is from an accoustic guitar album by Jeff Moore called “The Dove’s Perch.” The set includes Sporting Paddy and Rip the Calico. more…

  • Will You Come Down To Limerick, X:10

    Athena Tergis plays this with The Arragh Mountains (Cock and the Hen) as a lovely set. I’d love to think of a third for the set, but haven’t come up with the right one yet. more…

  • Cock And The Hen, X:6

    Athena Tergis plays this as The Arragh Mountains with Will You Come Down to Limerick? It’s a lovely set together. more…

  • Shirley’s, X:4

    I heard this in a set with Window Pain and Reconciliation Reel on a collection called Acoustic Potluck by a group named Three Bean Salad. more…

  • Window Pain

    I heard this in a set with Reconcilation Reel and Shirley’s Reel on a collection called Acoustic Salad by Three Bean Salad. I really enjoyed the mandolin featured at the beginning of the tune and the ending with Shirley’s. more…

  • Chief O’Neill’s Favourite, X:7

    As heard on David Surette’s Green Mandolin, in a set with Byrne’s. more…

  • Byrne’s, X:5

    As heard on David Surette’s Green Mandolin, in a set with Chief O’Neill’s. more…