Ediot’s seventy-two comments

  • Re: Music At The Gate

    It's also known as "Phil the Fluter's Ball": more…

  • Re: Lord Gordon’s

    This is a strathspey entitled, "The Duke of Gordon's Rant." It may very well be the original source of this beloved tune. more…

  • Mike And Wendy’s

    This is a jig that's made it's way into our local session. It's often played after "Going to Milwaukee," a really odd jig by Cuz Tehan. more…

  • Re: Irish Traditional Fiddle Music

    I've been groovin' to this disc for many years, excellent stuff. The Foxhunter's Jig referenced in the liner notes (track 2) bears a strong resemblance to the Humours of Derrycrossane (is the same tune, in my humble opinion). more…

  • Re: Teaspach Na nog

    Ha! I was there 20 years ago and got the cassette after meeting the gang and watching them perform. more…

  • Re: The Brightness 0f 1704

    Beautiful Gortree by Tommy Peoples goes beautifully after this. https://thesession.org/tunes/4486 more…

  • The Brightness 0f 1704

    This is a "notey" little slow air that's cropped up at our local session more…

  • Kathy’s Hartland Hoose

    I attempted to notate this in 3/4 (obviously not a waltz) it's kind of a nice slow tune that's played at our local session. more…

  • Tightening Up the Titles

    Thanks for posting, "Upsetter." The outside of the packaging labels the tracks as they appeared on the actual 78 record labels, often in abbreviated form. Inside, you'll find each individual tune identified. This is a phenomenal offering from Harry Br... more…

  • Granuale, X:2

    Kevin! Thanks for posting this. No kidding, this had to be a real challenge to figure out with the two fiddles playing. I offer this alternative take with the same disclaimer you offered: the second fiddle harmonizing makes it difficult to tell where t... more…