arpadoro’s twenty-three comments

  • Lady Iveagh (March)

    It is a march (I didn't find march type) from Edward Bunting's "Ancient Music of Ireland, third edition 1840. more…

  • first track

    there's two more tunes on the first track, do you know the name ? more…

  • Source

    Read on O'Neill 1001 Tunes more…

  • Correction

    Correction: in Harry Bradley's CD this tune is in D more…

  • Harry Bradley’s Tap Room Trio

    I found this same music but played in A, the disc of Harry Bradley "Tap Room Trio", with Jesse Smith and John Blake, under the name "James Byrne's". I have a question, though, does anyone know if the quickstep is a dance form? more…

  • Galician Carol

    I do not know whether it is traditional or composed, but it seems quite likely to be traditional. I believe that some Irish musicians playing this tune more…

  • Video

    video on: more…

  • Error - correct comment

    I am very happy with the outcome of the referendum in Italy, and thought I'd celebrate with a polka. The first notes of the polka are 4 B notes. more…

  • Why this polka - perché questa polka

    I am very happy with the outcome of the referendum in Italy, and thought I'd celebrate with a polka. The first notes of the polka are 4 notes. more…

  • Boys of the Lough Version

    X:43 more…