Cap'n H’s twenty-two comments

  • A Favourite Duet By Mr Holmes, X:2

    As per Mix's version but with repeated B part more…

  • Re: A Favourite Duet By Mr Holmes

    I recently introduced the tune to a couple of sessions in Whitby, and in the process of referencing the tune I noticed that the version of ABC that Mix uploaded didn't include the repeat of the (rather long) B part, which is included in the William Winter... more…

  • Re: Uilleann pipes and Morris dancing

    Great video. Did I hear a hint of "Trunkles" in the A part of the tune, or was that wishful thinking...? more…

  • Re: Traditional English music

    Agreed about Spiro, great stuff, even if a little less traditional than some. more…

  • Re: Traditional English music

    Going back to the OP's question.... have a look at Leveret if you want to here some great English music - they are the real deal - more…

  • Leveret CD

    For future clarity, the Leveret CD I mentioned is called "New Anything". more…

  • Jenny Pluck Pears (Leveret)

    I've captured the bare-bones ABC of Leveret's version of Jenny Pluck Pears. As requested by Mark from the Bristol session. more…

  • Re: Tvihuga

    Thanks to Mix for some simplification and advice on how to fit the tune into the Session format (9:8) as mentioned on several discussions more…

  • Tvihuga

    From "Murru" by Sturla Eide. Most session-friendly tune in the collection. Great fiddle player from Norway. more…

  • Re: Digital recorder

    Anyone have any experience with the Tascam recorders, e.g. DR-40 or DR-100? Seems like those are being stocked in my local music shop. more…