Eliza Jane McNamara’s twenty comments

  • Re: Brain hemispheres

    I sometimes heed the left brain, often give way to the right brain (with much better results), and definitely find the “talk of halves” to have merit. You might enjoy a book called The Inner Game of Music by Barry Green with Timothy Gallwey (Doubleda… more…

  • Re: Whistle tunes to pick up the girls

    Well, all I know is that a fiddler with good intonation learns to find the same exact spot, within a millimeter, again and again and again…at speed, without looking, whilst maintaining rhythm. more…

  • Re: Who makes the best session / band players ?

    “The best session players have nice/fun personalities and are not so eccentric that they’re weird.” more…

  • Re: Not my favorite way to spend St Patrick’s Day

    Tracie, praying for you right now! more…

  • Re: Website Take Two

    Good going on building your site! And, by the time I got there, the automatic music was gone which I appreciate. more…

  • Re: A “Celtic” music disappointment.

    Fiddlelearner, having driven across TX, I was picturing you way out in the middle of nowhere in west Texas, with only tumbleweeds to play with. I was thinking it could be hundreds of miles to Austin, and that many people who post here don’t realize how… more…

  • Re: My new Web Site,,,

    Yes, I’m seconding the kudos for building your site, and the suggestion for having someone look it over to get the spelling, apostrophes, and such, ironed out. I hate that I notice that stuff, but I do. more…

  • Re: A whinge on whinging

    Where I live, the weather reports from the scientists, and the weather written about by the local chamber of progaganda (er commerce/tourism), can be notoriously inaccurate, and we locals will even call around if we’re going 30-50 miles to see what it… more…

  • Re: Please now wash your hands.

    “I always assume that anything touched by anyone is probably disgusting with germs and trust my immune system to bear up.” more…

  • Re: Please now wash your hands.

    When I do wash my hands (often when there are old ladies there to see me come out past the sink–amazingly, no one had to teach me not to pee on my hands, and yet I still manage not to), and only the hot-blower is available for drying them, I mainly just… more…