Oranaiche’s forty-nine comments

  • The tune was also used then as a fife march as well as a folk dance tune during the CW more…

  • Cold Mountain

    I know the scene you're talking about- isn't it the hospital in Petersburg, though? I don't remember the tune weel enough,, as I've only seen the movie once. The only fiddle pice they put on the soundtrack is 'Ruby With The Eyes That Sparkle', but that'... more…

  • Re: Should I learn the flute? Hi and a ?

    Tim Benson is also a great example of a guy who can fiddle and flute... more…

  • Anyone know where…

    Anyone know where I can find Donald Riddell tunes for Scottish fiddle? I specifically want the Lament for King George V. I put in a search online but came up with just the cd I already have from Bruce MacGregor, when he taught at the OHSAS in June. more…

  • Re: Is there a Tune Title that amuses you?

    Cat's Rambles in the Child's Saucepan... one has to wander what sort of surprise the cat left more…

  • Re: The High Road To Linton as The Devil In The Kitchen?

    Devil in the Kitchen and High Road To Linton are very common tunes to play together. Most people I've heard never play one without the other, especially pipers. more…

  • Second album of Irish US Civil War songs

    This time, David Kincaid includes not only songs of the Union Army, but also a few of the Confederate. more…

  • Addendum

    I did forget to mention in my first comment, though, that all of the songs are period-written during or before the Civil War era except for 'Free and Green' on track #9. David and a partner of his (whose name escapes me right at the moment) wrote it in t... more…

  • Irish in the American Civil War

    David Kincaid, a Civil War reenactor in the 116th Pennsylvania (part of the original Irish Brigade in the US), and member of the rock band 'The Brandos' does an excellent job conveying the excitement, hardship, spirit and homesickness of the Irish Union s... more…

  • OMG, this is awesome!

    I bought this cd, included with Mick's book by the same name, at Augusta this week... I have not stopped listening to the cd! I do both historical reenacting and traditional singing, so this was a FANTASTIC find for me! more…