mactcampbell’s twelve comments

  • Re: gan ainm joe liddy

    If you can get ahold of a tunebook by Joe Liddy called the Leitrim fiddler it would probably be in that. I had that book, once, and took three really good reels out of it. I can't remember the names, but, I no longer have the book. more…

  • Re: The Dublin

    Here's as good a version as you'll find: second tune under the name Jackson's Reel more…

  • You might find this tune on Donald Angus Beaton's tape. I know that he played it and I thought that he played it in C major. more…

  • Kasir group

    Great performance. I'm especially interested in the reel : Trip to Devon. Does anyone have any info on this one. more…

  • Winston Scottie Fitzgerald recorded this one on an LP. It was later put on CT "Classic Cuts". Needless to say, it sounded really good. more…

  • I really like Eugene Odonnel and James McCafferty's version on their LP the Foggy Dew. If there was ever a standard for slow airs for me it is these two. There is another part in this version. It's also in the O'Neal Collection. more…

  • Glad you clarified the title. Are you considering banging something else on the sofa to create another bowing technique? lol more…

  • Excellent rendition (casual session) by Peter Horan and Fred Finn on youtube. more…

  • Acrobat’s hornpipe

    There's a really good version in Bb on one of Winston Scotty Fitzgerald's LPs. I think that Paul Cranford reproduced it on one of the Classic Cuts CTs. Does anyone know where one can get the sheet music for the Bb version? more…

  • Type of tune debat:

    I've seen it referred to as a Scottish Country Dance. more…