jpn’s fifteen comments

  • The Rainy Day, X:9

    This is my humble transcription of Máire ní Ghráda's version, in the Pipers's Rock: a compilation of young Uilleann Pipers album. The first part is quite standard, but she has intersting variations in the second part, that's why I though I should share... more…

  • Re: The Grey Cairn

    Lovely tune indeed. On the second part, on the flute, I do something like this: more…

  • Izeru

    Composed by my friend Olivier Bouchard around 2007, this lovely tune has achieved session status in the last couple of years, since it started being played by local sessioners in the absence of its composer. Worth learning. The chords are the simple ones ... more…

  • Re: Bibliocafé

    Session still going, but more like 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. these days. more…

  • Re: Anam

    My friend Jean-Claude recently learnt the set dance 'Down the Hill', and I realized it was lurking somewhere within the recesses of my brain. No recording that I knew on The Session however. So, after looking for some time, I found this album that I've ha... more…

  • Re: Ceili Ceoil Agus Craic 2017

    Aaargh, I forgot our wonderful fiddler, guitarist, piper, and singer, met in Feakle a few years ago, who came to the festival last year for the first time, that is, Ged Foley. Sorry about that, Ged. more…

  • Ceili Ceoil Agus Craic 2017

    10th edition of our local Irish music, singing and dancing festival. Concert, workshops, sessions, singing sessions, slow session, session with dancers. Deirbhile ni Bhrolchain, Phil Callery, Tim Flaherty, Davy Maguire, Donal O'Sabhaois, Ciara Brennan, Ch... more…

  • Discontinued

    This session is no more. more…

  • Bibliocafé

    4th Thursday of the month, 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., tunes and songs. more…

  • Bar Restaurant Le Pilori

    2nd Friday of the month, from 8:30 p.m. to around midnight, tunes and songs. more…