hetty’s seven hundred and forty-five comments

  • Re: Reel De La Main Blanche

    I should have added that the final playing of the tune could finish the same as the end of the 'A' music - GFEG F2 or you could just add the top F at the end of the 'B' music. Opinions would be welcomed. more…

  • Reel De La Main Blanche, X:3

    Recently asked by a friend if I knew this tune, which I didn't, so found it here. My transposition is taken from the youtube clips so I hope it clarifies the situation (and that I have it right). Great tune so thanks to my friend. more…

  • Re: Attingham

    and here is the song. I think it is in Swedish but I may be wrong. more…

  • Attingham, X:2

    Many years ago I had a request to play this tune at a wedding with the groom who provide the music in the key of 'D' more…

  • Re: Welcome Here Again

    I've just added a transcription of Hayes & Cahill playing the version of "Coleman's March", as on this CD, so the link from here now has some meaning. more…

  • Coleman’s March, X:4

    This setting is transcribed by myself from the playing of Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill on the CD "Welcome Here Again" more…

  • Re: Ballyoran

    Thank you Lucy. Very interesting to hear where my contribution possibly originated from. Someone obviously saw the good possibilities of putting the 2 parts together. This (my) version of "Ballyoran" is still very much one of our favourite tunes and frequ... more…

  • Re: Sydvest Brudemarch

    Certainly not a jig but it does have a 6 beat bar phrase. Having watched the video clip of the tune alongside the processional I have submitted a rewrite of the tune more…

  • Re: Waltz After Olle Frank

    this Waltz is already on the Session as "Waltz from Orsa" or "Macklins Waltz from Orsa" more…

  • Re: Bonaparte’s Retreat as posted by CarolineA

    Yet another 'boney one'. Quite a different tune. You'll have to transcribe this one CarolineA for us all to see the difference. more…