protz’s three hundred and sixty-six comments

  • Longnancy’s jig

    That's the one, no doubt about it. more…

  • Re: Gan ainm jig

    Wow. more…

  • Gan ainm jig

    I heard this three-part jig in session a while ago, key of F, impossible to find it anywhere. I only put in the first bars I can remember pretty much, not sure about the rest... any idea where it might come from? more…

  • Re: 2 anon reels

    Definitely The Soft Horse for the 3rd vid. more…

  • The Soft Horse, sources of the two versions I added:

    1- Recording from Relativity, Phil Cunningham's band. The tune is played in C and D, I think that D one is a more unifying key, more…

  • Doubtful…

    Thanks to you all, well, I knew about Knockdhu reel by abc in google search, which is a good one too btw, but it's Am key and the structure is quite different. more…

  • Unknown "power" tune heard in session

    This is just a memory of a tune I heard in session, so it's most certainly approximate. That said, the general line should be close enough to the original, so that eventually someone can tell me where it could come from? Sounds Scottish to me. more…

  • Session de musique Irlandaise du café La Rotonde, Mamers 72600

    Session taking place at 11:00, every first Saturday of the month (except exception: in this case there's usually a shift to the following week. See the link of the "Association ParceQue ..." session page below, it is regularly put up to date). more…

  • Re: Thunderhead

    ...called "The American Jig" on the album Dancing Feet by Padrig Sicard, "In that Land across the Sea" more…

  • In That Land Across the Sea

    Dancing Feet was a band of the 90s, formed by the Breton violinist and multi-instrumentalist Padrig Sicard. more…