leprecawn’s one hundred and twenty-four comments

  • Re: The Rolling Waves

    Just remember there are 2 distinct tunes called The Rolling Waves on this site. . and some listed above have the first line similar to the "other " Rolling Waves also known as Bill The Weavers which is the subject of Kevin Burkes tutorial on youtube. T... more…

  • One To One, X:5

    Transposed to Key D for those who like it . more…

  • Re: Farewell To Harstad

    I meant to say also that this tanscription is from Dubliners 50th . It differs only slightly from the other youtube Dubliners Farewell uploaded by Silverne in that the ending of Part 1 of parts 3 and 4 are changed around ie more…

  • Farewell To Harstad

    This is composed by John Sheahan . It is a 4 part tune played 1/2/2/ 1/ 3 /2 / 4/ 1/2/2/ as can be seen on both youtube videos . It is a lovely tune but a little tricky due to the arrangement of the parts. I did not put any more…

  • Sarah’s Song, X:4

    There a a few minor differences here as this is how I hear it played by Phil and Aly on the video form their album. more…

  • The Red-Haired Lass, X:8

    This is as posted below by JackB and is the version in the Comhaltas book 1 of 4 books produced by CCE. more…

  • The Hut On Staffin Island, X:6

    This is the G version played by Phill after his D version in the video. more…

  • Re: The Hut On Staffin Island

    Janglecrow's version is exactly as Phil plays it , or as near as makes no difference in Key of D .Just one change I would make is to end line 1 in second part to same as line 3 -DB.B.D The others all leave out a line in the second part as Phil plays 3 l... more…

  • Re: The Hut On Staffin Island

    Second tune is Shake a Leg by Mc Cusker and third is Wing Commander McKenzie more…

  • Re: Inagh Valley

    ok so I have some difficulty putting values on the notes Martin plays for the second part. Here are the notes in the key he plays it and perhaps someone can do the correct abc s/sheet music.Note all B s are flat and F s natuual. more…