Silas Ulbrich’s nine comments

  • What Tune Type

    According to the rythm of the tune it seems to be a hop jig rather than a slip jig, for there is this characteristic alternating crotchets and quavers. more…

  • Re: The Loom

    Great Version of it by Liam O'Connor: more…

  • Re: Dennis Doody’s

    Here is that clip from Donal Lunny (and others) of Dennis Doody's followed by the Tolka Polka: more…

  • Re: The Cuil Aodha

    Kevin Burke plays this tune under the name "Salmon tailing up the river": more…

  • Kelly’s, X:2

    As learned from fiddler Rebecca McCarthy-Kent in 2019. more…

  • Re: Kelly’s

    See Ned Kelly here with an orchestra: more…

  • Re: Kelly’s

    I've learned this tune 2019 from fiddler Rebecca McCarthy-Kent at the summerschool in Elmstein, Germany. She taught it under the name of "Donal Murphy's". So I added this name here, although the tune is obviously not composed by Donal. more…

  • Mrs Crehan’s, X:5

    This is a beautiful but to my knowledge uncommon 3-part-version of the tune which I found in the playing of Clíona Halley (see video below). She also plays the tune a semitone up in Ab major. For better playability the transcription is given in the more ... more…

  • Joe Derrane’s

    This is a nice barndance composed by the fiddler James Kelly. You can find it in his tunebook "101 Traditional Irish Dance Tunes". more…