Terry O'Neill’s six comments

  • Re: Joe Derrane’s

    The tune also appears on Brendan Mulvihill’s first album “The Flax In Bloom” as Hardiman’s Fancy. He pairs it with “Billy Rush’s Own,” which Brendan says he learned from “the playing of Jerry O’Brien. more…

  • Re: Tin Whistle Teacher Near Baltimore, MD?

    Hi Hilary, more…

  • Re: Fiddle Duet

    Gillian’s Apples - the first jig on Track 13 that McGann and Reynolds play, is the 4-part setting of the tune which is listed on this site as “Gillian’s Apples in Winter” and not the 2 part setting that links to “Humours of Drinagh. more…

  • Re: Fluters in & around Ireland in the first half of the 20th c.: P.J. Moloney

    Hey Pat, I just checked, and the recording of Sean Ryan and P.J. Moloney that you asked about (Traditional Music of Ireland, Vol. 1) is available on Apple Music. It’s surprising how many old trad recordings are to be found on there! more…

  • Re: Fluters in & around Ireland in the first half of the 20th c.

    I am a fan of the playing of Mick Flynn, who can be heard on recordings with Michael Gorman and also Paddy Killoran. He spent time in London, where he played with Gorman and others, and later emigrated to the U.S. and settled in New York. more…

  • Re: The Scartaglen

    On the Gael Linn album “An Fhidil, Vol. 2” Paddy Glackin plays this tune after “Langstern’s Pony” (his spelling) and he calls it Denis Murphy’s Jig. more…