lcox’s seventy-three comments

  • Re: X

    EVERYTHING by this talented duo is fantastic. Tina and Keith have a beautiful feel for each tune, which they convey with such clarity and tastefulness. Lilt is quite an appropriate name for these two. more…

  • Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

    Traveling with fiddle and hoping to play a few Irish tunes with folks along the way. more…

  • Nelson, New Zealand

    Traveling with fiddle and hoping to play a few Irish tunes with folks along the way. more…

  • Queenstown, New Zealand

    Traveling with fiddle and hoping to play a few Irish tunes with folks along the way. more…

  • Brighton, Queensland, Australia

    I will be visiting family and bringing my fiddle, hoping to catch a few tunes here and there. more…

  • Re: Shoulder rest or no shoulder rest

    It depends on each player's own anatomy. The best solution for your body may not work for someone else. You may want to take a look at this site, which tracks research into the topic. The videos and the player's stories are fascinating. http://www.viol... more…

  • Re: HISTORY

    You might enjoy these books: "The Companion to Irish Traditional Music" by Fintan Vallely; "Blooming Meadows-The World of Irish Traditional Musicians" by Fintan Vallely and Charlie Piggott; and "The Heartbeat of Irish Music" by Christy McNamara and Peter ... more…

  • Re: Radio Bean Coffee Shop

    Is this session still happening? I don't see it on the Radiobean web site. more…

  • Re: CP: Sideband 2 now supports iPad and multitasking

    Just downloaded them both. Can't wait to get started! more…

  • Re: Across Bridges

    I love this recording! Seamus Sands shows great skill and sensitivity. I just received the CD in the mail today, and have listened to it three times already-that's how good it is. I'm hearing something new with each listen. more…