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  • Re: What Tune?

    The Hen's March is right here: https://thesession.org/tunes/10707 more…

  • Miss Hamilton, X:5

    And here's the strathspey setting in G as we played it for SCD. more…

  • Miss Hamilton, X:4

    I've played Miss Hamilton many, many times as a strathspey for Scottish Country Dance. Here is a setting in D, as we played it for quartet (Piano, Accordion, Violin, Flute). more…

  • Re: Sliding capos?

    I have a Quick Draw capo, but rarely use it. Whether it works well is determined by the height and tension of your strings. I'm a pretty aggressive player and find it's inadequate for my style and set up. more…

  • Rain Drops

    A tune composed by Cormac Breatnach when he was playing in Deiseal with Niall O'Callanain and Paul O'Driscoll. The tune is also found on the first recording of Sonamus (with Breatnach). more…

  • The Lakeside

    A waltz, composed by Sid Dlum, that Cormac Breatnach heard in Vermont in the mid 80's. He forgot the second part so he recomposed it with the help of Niall O'Callanain. more…

  • Boston Blues

    A fabulous Cormac Breatnach tune composed in 1985. Recorded in Dublin at Starc Studios in 1992. I first heard this album on a public radio station about that same time. more…

  • Sunshine Dance

    The title tune of the album Sunshine Dance by Deiseal (Cormac Breatnach, Niall O'Callanain et al). more…

  • Á Perpignan, X:2

    Composed by Cormac Breatnach. From the liner notes: "(A Perpignan was) composed to commemorate the Irish delegation's appearance at the first European Federation of Associations of Traditional Music and Dance conference, held in the South of France at the... more…

  • Re: Writing variations in ABC

    P: indicates the order of the parts more…