mousemusic’s twenty comments

  • Quality of beer

    I'm delighted to report that the quality of the beer has improved vastly following a change of management! more…

  • Music Shop for Sale

    Music shop situated in Llanidloes, Powys, Wales, in a beautiful 16th Century timber-framed terrace. Specialising in traditional and acoustic instruments. For sale as a going concern, including all stock (instruments, accessories, sheet music, books and ... more…

  • Re: It don’t mean a thing…

    "I only notice after submitting the last comment" more…

  • Re: It don’t mean a thing…

    This, by the way, is NameChangesRConfusing posting as mousemusic - I only notice after submitting the last comment. I'm using the PC upstairs instead of the Mac downstairs. more…

  • Re: It don’t mean a thing…

    Ceolachan - You've been quiet of late. Good to see you back. more…

  • Re: De Dannan Split

    Has anyone mentioned Alec Finn yet? He is, in my opinion (and, doubtless, the opinion of many others), one of the finest bouzouki players and most tasteful backers of Traditional Music and was just as instrumental as Frankie Gavin in creating the De Dana... more…

  • Re: De Dannan Split

    Dsylexia or Freudian slip, I don't know which, but I just read that as 'De Banana Split'. more…

  • Re: Newfie Music

    I was thrown for a second there. The Christina Smith on the above site is not the ame one as the sister of Jamie Smith - unless *her* brother's name is Jamie as well. more…

  • Re: Typical Donegal tunes?

    Whilst Altan might not be to everyone's taste here, there are indisputably a great source of tunes. They cast their net far and wide, taking tunes from a variety of Irish and Scottish sources - but they have also recorded a great many tunes (and probably... more…

  • Re: Saint Andrew’s Day XXXX Tomorrow

    Domnull - Spoot O' Skerry and Willafjord are both Shetland tunes. more…