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  • The Resilience, X:2

    I noted (just today) an irregular jig form in B part in native composition. For pure dancing form I suggest this variant. more…

  • The Resilience

    Composed by me (Osvaldo Laviosa) on the 8/4/2020 during resilience-quarantine crown virus. more…

  • Bhaskar’s

    From "Blowzabella: Strange news", track 6, 2nd tune. Written by Barnaby Stradling. more…

  • The Muffler

    From "Blowzabella: Strange news", track 6, 1st tune. Written by Jon Swayne. more…

  • Dinny’s Fancy

    From album "Waxies dargle: Paddy Ryan's dream", track 4, tune 2. more…

  • Jig by Spakkabrianza

    This tune comes from an Italian band named Spakkabrianza. They simply title "Circolo circasso" (= Circassian circle (dance))(not to be confused with same title but "Klaxons et embouteillages" by Philippe Plard in Vag (band)). What's the true title of this... more…

  • Re: Identifying a tune, possibly Breton.

    I don't know the tune, but the band (Birkin tree) is famous in Italy. They come from Liguria region. You can try to contact them directly or maybe the member Gian Marco Pietrasanta in The Session too: more…

  • Lautari (duo)

    This recording comes from a duo named Lautari. They are Katharina Pesch (violin) and Paolo Di Massimo (guitar, mandolin, flute and percussions). They live in Rome. The album was recorded in 1994. more…

  • Air

    From "Micamac" by Korrigans there is a tune titled "Air" played in a regular 3/4 slow waltz time. more…

  • Gan Ainm

    From "Micamac" by Korrigans you find a title "Two Irish tunes", the 1st is "The last rose of summer" and the 2nd is this Gan Ainm. more…