jasonlburnfield’s one hundred and fifty-five comments

  • The Mist-Covered Mountains Of Home, X:3

    Here is the piping version of the tune (without any of the embellishments). more…

  • The Mist-Covered Mountains Of Home, X:2

    This is as close as I could get to the version played at the Ceilidh on the movie “Local Hero”. more…

  • Long Road Home, X:3

    I’ve corrected some minor errors in the original posting. I’m pretty certain this version is true to the actual way I play it now! Enjoy! more…

  • Long Road Home, X:2

    I’ve transposed this into the standard piping key of Amixolydian. more…

  • “The Big Yellow House”

    This is a beginner session that meets monthly on the first Sunday of the month from 7-10pm Eastern Time. All skill levels welcome. Mainly Irish with some Scottish and possibly old-time mixed in. more…

  • Borders went out of business

    This session is no more. :( more…

  • Tuesday night was great!

    Thanks for letting an occassional out-of-towner join in and feel welcome. I’ve visited the Tuesday session on two separate occasions in the last few months when I have been in town on business. I try to visit at least once whenever I am in town. more…

  • Thanks for the warm welcome!

    I recently attended the Thursday session while in town on business. I received a warm welcome and had a great time. The music was grand. I look forward to visiting again. more…

  • I found out the story on this tune!

    This tune is an original composition by the brilliant uilleann piper and multi instrumentalist, Troy Donockley, formerly of the band ‘Iona’. It is entitled, according to Dave Bainbridge, of Iona, "The Fly in the Marmelade(sp?). more…

  • Re: lindisfarne

    That is my favorite tune on “The Northumberland Collection”. It is one of the few on the album that Kathryn plays on the border pipes. I’ve been learning in on the Scottish Smallpipes. It is a really lovely tune. more…