Sean B.’s seventy-three comments

  • Re: Raven’s

    Ah -- I forgot to mention that if I was to play this tune for a general audience on an instrument with a range typical of Celtic music, I'd probably opt to play the first D major section, or the D minor section, or both, and omit the successive two sectio... more…

  • Raven’s Jig

    I wrote this jig a few years ago in honor of my late buddy, Raven. He was a beautiful German Shepherd dog who passed away suddenly in the prime of his life due to an illness. He was all black in color (hence his name), and his appearance never failed to s... more…

  • Abc to pdf

    Would anyone here mind describing a simple way to convert .abc files to .pdf files? I have found instructions online, but they contain jargon that presupposes a knowledge of computer programming, which I lack. I have struggled with this problem off and on... more…

  • Anyone know what tune this is?

    Hi, I heard this on the TV show Northern Exposure years ago and was wondering if anyone knows the title. I didn't see it in the credits of the show, as I recall. more…

  • Authorship, origin, alternate setting

    I think this tune is a traditional anonymous tune. I obtained it from either a Yankee Clipper or a Tenpenny album. I no longer have either album so I can't be sure. Here's an alternate setting I found online: more…

  • Re: Uknown tunes

    Sorry, meant to write, "... including tunes whose titles I don't *know*..." more…

  • Re: Uknown tunes

    stoneboy2 got No. 3 -- it's The Stride. more…

  • Re: Uknown tunes

    Y'all are awesome, thank you! more…

  • Re: Uknown tunes

    Thanks, Kenny. I looked for the titles you suggested in thesession.org and verified #s 1 and 2. I can't seem to find the polka in Chieftains 7 and 8 and I'm not finding 9 so far. more…

  • Re: Uknown tunes

    Here's another one: more…