the half-texan’s ten comments

  • Thanks for the tips with the ABC's, it's new to me, I'm used to dealing with Sibelius when notating music. I'll get on to fixing it. And make sure my other submissions are more accurate. more…

  • Tied notes

    oh, and there're supposed to be ties across the bar lines between 1&2, 3&4, 5&6, 7&8. Also in bar 4 the G's are tied, and the E's (for syncopation). And the D's in bars 7 and 8. In the second part, the same follows for tying across the barline (1&2, 3&4, ... more…

  • Sorry

    This is actually one of my own. more…

  • History of the tune

    Was just trying to figure out who wrote this one, and came across this website: more…

  • I'm living in glasgow (studying Scottish Music at the RSAMD) and frequent the session at the ben. As long as I've been here its been on every wednesday i've gone, and thursdays and sundays have gotten really reliable as well. Some nights are quieter than ... more…

  • This session has started up again, although its run by different people, and is again in the growing stages. You do get a free drink or 2 depending on how many people are there, so please come round and join in! The information for this page should be cha... more…

  • Re: digital music question

    you can always record yourself playing the chord progressions, and then play over the top of that, thats what i do when i'm learning (or trying to come up with) a harmony. and when trying to learn chordal accompaniment on the mandolin, i'll record myself ... more…

  • Who wrote this? and does anyone know the story behind the name? thanks! its a pretty cool tune. more…

  • I know several people that play it in E, just because it's a happy key, but one night there were just a few of us at a session, and we played it in nearly every key we could think of. its a great tune! way to go adam for writing it!! more…

  • Re: Brave Heart

    this is in reply to key maniac lad, and i dont know if anyone else has said it or not, but anyway more…