Guidus’s forty-seven comments

  • A.k.a. Marty’s Jig

    I learned this tune as "Marty's Jig", from "The Very Best of Irish Ceili", Arran Records, CD 2, track 8. Played by Sean and Jim McGuire: more…

  • Re: Lowering down the volume (for neighbors’ sake)

    Anal, more…

  • It’s Saltarello 3

    It's a 14th century Italian saltarello. It comes from the famous manuscript 29987 in the British Library, and it's played by countless re-enactment (or early music) groups. From the playing of Ensemble Unicorn (Naxos): more…

  • Yes! It's almost the same. Accordingly, the second part I posted was deleted as duplicated. more…

  • Final part of the Grania's Welcome Home set, see part 1 for details. Apparently, part 2 (The Jig) was removed because it was a duplicate: https://thesession.org/tunes/2637 more…

  • I forgot to add: I'll also post the next two parts. more…

  • This is part 1 (The March) of a three-part tune that ends Airla's "The Eagle's Whistle". more…

  • Jota da Maia

    This lovely tune comes from the Asturias, a Celtic region in northern Spain. It's not a waltz, and it should be played pretty fast - say, Q:1/4=220 or so. more…

  • Making Water Weasel-like Whistles

    (This message is posted to both thesession and Chiff&Fipple) more…

  • Re: Whistle Collection

    I suffered from WHOA but I cured myself when I learnt how to make whistles. That way you can make a whistle that best suits your needs. more…