2situla’s seventy-seven comments

  • Pibroch?

    This is really reminescent of a pibroch I've heard at a few Highland Games. Is that possible? more…

  • Good one -

    Darin, this tune really swings! I like to play it as AAB - the A section ending at the eigth bar. more…

  • Oops -

    The second note in both the 9th and 13th bar should be an A rather than a C ... more…

  • Rhythm

    This piece is actually notated in the Skye Collection as in Cut time (2/2). But the pick up note makes it feel as if it's played in an off rhythm. Kind of fun as it throws the bodhran player into a capital letter snit. more…

  • Habit Forming

    Great tune Gian! Once I got it under my fingers ... this tune really swings. It seems to lead me down my favorite primrose path ... jazzy traditional. more…

  • Nifty Tune

    Terrifically hypnotic - especially on a C mandola ... lots of positions to play this in. Thanks for posting more…

  • Key ?

    With all the C#'s in this tune, isn't it in D? more…

  • Growly

    Is a good word for it Will - You should hear it on a Viola or C tuned Mandola. Nice, dark tune whatever key it's actually in. more…

  • Christopher Robin

    Every time I play this / hear it / read it, this tune reminds me of Christopher Robin and the Winnie the Pooh Saga (s). I think it's more than simply in the name. And Dow ... it does do a marvelous job of driving hard core ITM advocates nuts. more…

  • Two Questions -

    Does anyone know what the name means? And is this more like a march / jig rather than a straight Jig. It is an intersting sounding and playing piece of music. more…