kiwifolk’s thirteen comments

  • Lovely Tune

    I've added the second setting correcting triplet's triplets which now trip along in triplet fashion. more…

  • Orkney

    Although it's a slow air, to my ears it's in 6/8 - I would post it here but it dosn't allow for modification of the time signature. more…

  • Inch Bar

    First Sunday of the month only, from 4pm - 6pm. An open session, Celtic, European and American tunes, all welcome but less suited to beginners. more…

  • Tonic Bar

    An open session starting around 7:30pm. Irish, Scottish, American tunes and their variants. Players of all abilities welcome. more…

  • In the Southern Hemisphere

    This tune is known as Dick's Pig. It's here on the the session https://thesession.org/tunes/10765 - although we play it with a longer second-time section in the A part. Popularised by The Bushwackers from Australia. more…

  • This pub has long since gone

    But it does not seem possible to edit or delete session information. more…

  • Sophie’s Waltz

    Written for the wedding of Sophie Barker, of Larnach Castle in Dunedin, New Zealand. more…

  • The Footspa Reel

    Written for a local eastern European music quartet of the same name (a pun on chutzpah). more…

  • The Copenhagen

    This is 4 part jig I wrote after spending a couple of summers playing in Irish pubs in Copenhagen. more…

  • Short

    You'll notice the tune is only 4x4 bars, that's the way it fitted the words, but the a and b parts can be doubled (ie 2 repeats) if you like. more…