Dr. Dow’s eleven thousand, six hundred and thirty comments

  • Re: Is this original?

    or Star of Munster as an air more…

  • Re: Is this original?

    Hi Matt. Could it be the 2nd part of a hornpipe? It sounds like part of The Old Crossroads, or something related to the Humours of Tullycrine. more…

  • Re: An Siocán Sneachta

    Thanks for the name. My apologies to the composer. I see it's on SoundCloud here https://soundcloud.com/liamo13/an-siocan-sneachta so I transcribed it as X:2. This tune is now popular as far away as Australia and it deserves more recordings and session ai... more…

  • Re: The Old Guard

    I've been away for a long time trying to develop a career of sorts! I've been dropping by recently to remind myself of a few tunes... more…

  • Re: Gan Ainm

    The last one in Siobhan Peoples' set in the video is Anthony Frawley's, but this first one is something else. more…

  • Re: The Bob Of Fettercairn

    I should thank you! You've reignited my interest in plainsong. Kind of ironic given that I'm a militant atheist haha more…

  • Re: The Bob Of Fettercairn

    I appreciate your comment, Steve, but disagree with your analysis overall. more…

  • Re: Martin Wynne’s

    Just thinking out loud about something so I don't forget it in future - don't mind me... more…

  • Gan Ainm

    Transcription is a composite of two YouTube videos. The Internet has been looking for the name of this jig for a couple of years now. Maybe a new composition with hints of Winnie Hayes' Jig and The Old Grey Goose? Style-wise, I'm also reminded of Doorus M... more…

  • Cap And Bells, X:4

    The original version more…