Trice’s thirty-eight comments

  • Re: Out Of The Woods

    This CD is truly wonderful, but on the last track the notes say that Southwind was written by O'Carolan. According to comments on the tune in the tunes discussion (https://thesession.org/tunes/601) it was written by Freckled Donal Macnamara. This takes ... more…

  • Re: Many Happy Returns

    Thanks, GW, with that link you posted, no need to confuse things here. Thanks to you also, Kenny. more…

  • Re: Many Happy Returns

    Looking at our Arcady CD Many Happy Returns liner notes we noticed that we don't have the same order as what Fergal posted many years ago, although we have the same source (Shanachie 79095). Some of the songs are in the same positions but none of the tun... more…

  • Re: Attaboy Composers

    On the Goat Rodeo Sessions entry on Wikipedia, the tune is credited to Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile and Stuart Duncan. There is a lot more to this piece than is shown above; it seems to be a suite of music rather than a tune. ceolachan's why? is spot on. more…

  • Re: Ace And Deuce

    Kev - It's called The Moving Bogs on the CD, and above in the track listing. more…

  • Re: Virtuoso Of The Irish Accordion

    Updated tracks 10 and 11 based on liner notes from the cassette. more…

  • Re: Ace And Deuce

    Editing my previous comment - Just noticed (I work pretty slow at this) that the Ace & Deuce CD names the tune as The Wild Irishman but the corresponding tune in The Session is The Irish Girl #425, not The Wild Irishman #1027. more…

  • Re: Ace And Deuce

    Just noticed (I work pretty slow at this) that the Ace & Deuce CD names the tune as The Wild Irishman but the corresponding tune in the session is The Irish Girl #425. more…

  • Re: Foinn Seisiun 2

    O'Callaghan's hornpipe in track 12 links to the polka instead of the hornpipe. Is there some way to force the tune number (1349 in this case) to be part of the link? more…

  • The Leitrim Fancy Jig

    Try listening to the midi file of the setting you're working on, or read the dots. It looks like you're trying to play it from the ABCs. It does mean holding the E for twice as long as the B following. more…