Ben Miller’s eighteen comments

  • Last tune of the last set

    It is a pipe reel called dancing feet. by G.S. MacLennan is I am not mistaken more…

  • Re: Reels for country dancing

    Ceol, more…

  • Re: Reels for country dancing

    We haven't decided whether it will be English or Scottish style dancing yet... The music choice will definitely be more Scottish.... more…

  • Re: Reels for country dancing

    There is know issues with the divisions of tune lengths within the set? No: "'A' part should be thins long" kind of thing? more…

  • Re: Reels for country dancing

    Sorry, I just realized my notation was a little confusing. more…

  • Reels for country dancing

    Hello, I am a piper who has been asked to play with a renowned U.S. folk fiddler for a dance class. more…

  • Also

    The name should be two words Slainte Mhath more…

  • Tune Names

    Could someone please edit this list to include the tune names within the sets. It is pretty useless right now. I would to it my self, but my copy of the CD is two hours away from me here at college... The names are in the CD booklet. more…

  • Soo… What about the repeats?

    After reading this thread, I look back to zito and say, "Well is zito a hornpipe due to the repeated 8 bar structure, or is it a bastardized reel due to its intended rhythm? If it is a reel, should the repeats be dropped?" more…

  • Hamish Moore

    I am not quite sure what Dick is doing these days, but I work with Hamish at a piping workshop every summer in VT. He is also one of the world finest (and most sought after) makers of scottish smallpipes and border pipes. more…