Jayl’s twenty-nine comments

  • Emily’s, X:3

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  • Re: Emily’s

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  • Re: Emily’s

    Going through some of my older HD's I found the version I learned and wanted to pass it along. Seamus Egan played this at Boston College the year before I attend their excellent summer program before it's demise. Of all things (back then) I attend to lear... more…

  • Re: The New Land

    I first heard this lovely tune played on flute (my instrument) by an artist I didn't know and I just bought the album hungry for Irish tunes, CD I'd purchased back in the day- more…

  • Re: Maggie’s Pancakes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaKCTomGWkU&feature=youtu.be more…

  • Re: Inexpensive Low Whistle?

    I bought a Low D whistle (aluminum) from a maker in 2018 for around the price you speak of and I find it a very handsome and playable instrument which I would highly recommend. I purchased it from him, km bagpipes, but in looking for his web page it's on... more…

  • X:1 Re: Carolan’s Farewell To Music

    What I have is pretty identical to what "glauber" posted 18 yrs ago but with added verbiage in the description elements of the abc's. I post the verbiage here so as not to be redundant. I seem to recall I might have retrieved off of the fine Bill Black pa... more…

  • Re: Top tunes for flute

    Not sure, being a flute player , I concur with some of these suggestions as they may deter you from learning,.. please be aware that some of these suggestions are the very pinnacle of musicians. Point is (and not to cause flames) you may not sound just li... more…

  • Re: Low whistles

    A consideration may also be the 'reach' of your arms. I found this out when I offered a low D to a player and she refused saying she couldn't reach the end notes- her arm length. Same response when I then offered a conical low D thinking it was a concern ... more…

  • Re: John Lardiner’s

    To this day, years later, still a favorite of mine. TYVM for transcribing more…