Holley’s six comments

  • Re: cello and session playing

    For Scottish cello music look for Abby Newton. Her style is more gentle and less percussive than Natalie's. She has several CDs out, (ie. Crossing to Scotland, the tunes of which are in a book of the same name.) I love fiddle and cello together and happil... more…

  • Recorded by Abby Newton

    This tune can also be found on the Abby Newton CD, "Crossing to Scotland". I'm planning to play this tune for my brother's wedding. more…

  • Wedding music

    I'm planning to play this tune for the prelude of my brother's wedding. I'm adding it to a set with Drunk at Night, Dry in the Morning, then Lover's Waltz, followed by Genevieve's Waltz. Does that sound like a nice combo? I've only heard it on the Green L... more…

  • Anna-Wendy

    I heard this lovely tune played Anna-Wendy Stevenson on a front porch in NC. She's a wonderful scottish fiddler from Edinburgh. more…

  • Drunk at Night

    I'm planning to play this tune for the prelude at my brother's wedding. We have decided to do a completely non classical wedding even though both his siblings are classical musicians. It's a wonderful tune that I heard on the Abbey Newton CD and have alre... more…

  • G minor for Beatrice

    I began to learn this tune from Liz Caroll's first album. She plays it in G minor. I think the open G string for the bottom accents are much more powerful than a fingered low A would be, so I will happily transpose the sheetmusic I found here today. (Yipp... more…