Tionlacaí’s one thousand and seventy-six comments
- Kilkenny Tradfest 2019
Re: Andy Irvine Legacy Video
Thank you Peachy, thats a great resource. I have always been mesmerized by Andy's left hand. It is a very distinct style of playing. A lot of standardization of technique has occurred over the last ten years or so, and I"m not sure it's if of any benef... more…
- Re: Who was the first bouzouki maker in Ireland?
Re: Who was the first bouzouki maker in Ireland?
I ordered a bouzouki from Jan Muyllaert in October 1976, having seen one he made for Paddy Mulhair. So he was definitely making in 1976, or before that. I don't have the instrument any more, or a Mandola he made for me in 1979, but he is a very talented... more…
Re: Stretching before and after playing
The Cowling System of hand strengthening has stood the test of time. I have no financial or other interest whatever, but I would recommend it. more…
- Re: Looking for an old Whistle vid on Youtube
Re: When to join a session?
I would follow your own suggestion, sit in quietly with my Concertina, and add this bit.....bring a recording device. (Ask if it's ok to record....some people might be uncomfortable about it ). When you get home, review the recording, and get to work le... more…
Re: Port Season 3 on TG4
I'd say your'e being A bit harsh. more…
Re: What make and type of Accordion is this?
Its a Castagnari. http://www.allaboutaccordionsandconcertinas.com/about-us/ more…
Re: Searching for an Irish jig/reel
"I know if it entered my head I certainly wouldn’t want to write it down, ore even remember it for that matter (God I hope I’m not stuck with an ear worm for the rest of the day now)" more…