fiddlefeet’s thirty-eight comments

  • Sorry this session has died but if you are interested in anymore in this region please email to find out what is happening. more…

  • Re: Fiddle help

    i like Donegal fiddling too. The basic rules i was taught about Donegal fiddling is that The first note of the bar should always be on the down bow. This gives the tune a nice strong rhythm. The other thing is that when you do a "trebble" or bowed triplet... more…

  • Re: Irish Dance Works

    thanks more…

  • Re: Shetland Fiddling

    brenda stubbarts is a great tune!!!! I get away with playing that at my session but i sometimes get some funny looks when i play scottish tunes. I haven't tried playing shetland tunes yet at a session because i've only just discovered the music but i lov... more…

  • Re: Tune Requests

    I agree. more…

  • yeah that maks sense. i know thre was a fairly "logical" explanation for it all. It sounds like a good excuse to go to the Shetland Islands though🙂 more…

  • I know this is a bit of a stray from the subject but why do they play a jig for a reel? I mean why do they play sets of jigs for the Foula reel, if that makes more sense? more…

  • This is a great Jig. I first heard it on Trouble in The Kitchen's cd "Down the broom". I then took it to a local session telling everyone i'd found this great tune only to find out they'd been playing it for ages. Ooops....I think they thought i should ha... more…

  • wow....i didn't realise how long that was!!! more…

  • Re: Dancers’ dresses!

    YUCK, YUCK, YUCK........ and more a YUCK!!!!!!! more…