Andrew Newland’s seventy comments

  • John Keith Lang, X:4

    As version 3 but with the first and second line endings of the second part showing as intended. more…

  • Cnocán An Teampaill, X:7

    A variation on the above versions. It sounds well played slowly as a 6/8 march. more…

  • Re: Angus Fitchett

    The link above doesn't seem to work but this one below gives a lot of information on Angus Fitchett: more…

  • The Raven’s Rock, X:3

    My wife Rosaline learned this version from Kevin McCullagh of Belfast Trad in their excellent online classes. more…

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  • The Miller O’ Hirn, X2

    This is the tune as written. Regarding Niall's comment I think version X1 above is the same tune but quite radically altered in a couple of places in the first half. more…

  • Re: Captain White’s

    The Fiddler's Tune-Book Vol 1, edited by Peter Kennedy and published by Hargail Music Press, New York, includes a version called Captain White, played AABC that is similar in some parts to version 4 above. more…

  • Sally Gally, X:4

    Based on the playing of Pádraig McGovern from the compilation CD 'Tempered'; a great CD of uilleann piping from some first-class contemporary players with sympathetic piano by Ryan Molloy. more…

  • Planxty Dermot Grogan, X:5

    This is the version that Matthew Butler had written out included in the written notes above. I just included M: 3/4 at the top of the abc file which seems to work. It's how Holly Geraghty plays it on her CD 'Ceolmhar'. more…

  • The Cat And The Dog, X:2

    This is close to how Julie Fowlis plays it on the Julie Fowlis Live album. more…