timo’s fifty-nine comments

  • Thanks for that. I was just listening again to this on stony steps and in that first phrase instead of going up to the d he plays a C natural. It gives the tune an entirely different feel. Interesting. more…

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    Hello, more…

  • oh yeh, just call the no to make sure theres something, or to check when there will be. And the pub is just called O'Rowlands. more…

  • now theres even more good music if your hanging out in Bordeaux. Every second tuesday evening theres some quality tunes, and also every other thursday (dom charly and pals). The friday session is on every friday and theres also the boss Joe with a few son... more…

  • also, i think i remember reading somewhere, possibly from lunasa notes, that it was terry teehan's version of the green fields of rosbeigh (aka a few other names that i cant think of right now). more…

  • The great Mick O'Brien plays this in his May Morning Dew record on whistle and calls it simply the kerry. He plays it in the set with the kerry fling and Joe Bans or something liek that. Nice. more…

  • or the reconciliation? more…

  • ie into the controversial? more…

  • In B minor?

    just wondering does anyone play this tune as it is notated (i think) in the breatnach book? more…

  • Re: in the mind

    thanks people i knew you could do it! more…