ceoltas’s seventeen comments

  • Re: The Red Lion

    Session finished here but may start up somewhere close by. more…

  • Re: The Red Lion

    Trad session in lovely old pub. Session musicians and singers welcome. more…

  • The Red Lion

    Irish session at the Red Lion on the last Tuesday of the month more…

  • Re: local knowledge?

    I bought a very good chanter from Paddy a year ago which I love and asked him to make me a new gooseneck top for it. He sent me a photo of the finished item and said he would put it in the post the next day. I sent him £80 as requested by BACS on the 14t... more…

  • Shoreham trad Irish session

    Trad session - Will Flewett (pipes, mandolin), Sue Johnston and Caroline Kunzler (fiddles), John Brewins (whistle, flute, guitar). May become regular session. All trad players welcome. more…

  • Re: The Ash Grove

    Here's Tommy Reck's version on pipes with a tricky high second octave D. more…

  • Re: Mountscribe

    ‘Mountscribe’ is a lovely and thoughtful mix of traditions across Irish and Swedish cultures. I have enjoyed the luxury in Brighton sessions of being hypnotised by his wonderful playing and singing, with roots in the Sean-nós style and a tradition pa... more…

  • Re: Downloading tunebook as dots

    I use easyabc on my Mac to tweak notation and then export as pdf's. I have an ipad and use forScore to create a database of all my tunes. It's amazingly flexible to create setlists and much more. With a bluetooth footpedal you can tap to go from tune to t... more…

  • Re: Shoreham Irish Sessions

    Now a Tesco Express so no session here. more…

  • Re: 64-bar jigs, anyone?

    The Maid at the Spinning Wheel has a 4th part. https://thesession.org/tunes/2254 more…