CelticKitten95’s eleven comments

  • Re: I Need a Good tune!!!

    Try Pull The Knife and Stick It Again followed by Morrison's more…

  • One more thing…

    This group meets every Tuesday except for the 3rd each month. more…

  • I think it is the original Flatley edition…

    I think you might have the version sold in the UK. Could you post the 20 track recording? There must have been something I totally missed... more…

  • The Blessing

    The link doesn't lead to anything... it was one of David Downes' originals more…

  • Just A Note

    On the recording Calliope House isn't played... it is in the performance, however. more…

  • Yes and no.

    "Red Haired Boy" can be played as either a reel or hornpipe. If you switch the final measure of the A part from the first setting to c-a-a, it'll be a hornpipe. I don't play it as a hornpipe, but do whatever works for you. more…

  • Re: Mairead Nesbitt’s The Coast Of Galicia

    Is the piece Mairead Nesbitt plays after "A Costa De Galicia" an Irish jig, a Spanish tune, or an original piece? Nesbitt's version is on Celtic Woman's "Songs Of The Heart" album. more…

  • Tuesday Nights at St. Stephens Green in Mountain View

    They begin at around 8-8:30 pm, and end at about 10 pm. This is a great session for beginners, and right in the heart of downtown Mountain View. Make sure to have lots of reels, jigs, and slip jigs on hand. ☺ more…

  • Mairead and Cora-BEST EVER!!!! :D

    "sigh" I wish Feet Of Flames was still touring... more…

  • Duelling Violins!!!!

    This jig is DEFINITELY a staple to any Celtic music itinerary. In Michael Flatley's Feet Of Flames, this piece is sandwiched between "Big John McNeill's" and "The Boys Of Malin" I truly enjoy this jig. 🙂 more…