Dana R Gregory’s eighteen comments

  • Re: Print problems.

    When I print sheet music I first take a snapshot of the tune I am interested in by pressing shift, command, 4 and dragging the cursor over the muic I want to print. I then go to my desktop and drag the icon of the snapshot to my Pages or Appleworks new do... more…

  • Re: Sessions in Boston, Lincs

    Sorry, I got the wrong Boston. I was referring to Boston, MA in USA. My bad. more…

  • Re: Sessions in Boston, Lincs

    The Boston Branch of Comhaltas meets on Sunday afternoons at the Canadian American club in Watertown. They have a slow session that starts about an hour before the main session. This would be a good place to start. There are plenty of sessions around Bost... more…

  • Irish Bouzouki Instructors

    Can anyone tell me if there are any Irish Bouzouki instructors in Central Florida. I am interested in learning and don't want to learn with out an instructor. more…

  • Re: C#D Boxeen Accordion for Sale

    This item is no longer available more…

  • C#D Boxeen Accordion for Sale

    21 button, 8 bass, Boxeen Jim Coogan model Irish button accordion. Three voice MMM wet tuned with Italian Tipo A Mano reeds in C#D for a sweet musette sound. Accordion has three registers and comes with a padded gig bag, strap, keyboard chart, and is in g... more…

  • Re: Boston: which session?

    Here is a link to sessions all around Boston. https://www.dustywindowsills.com/sessions.html more…

  • Re: Button Accordion

    If it is at all possible, please get lessons. You need to learn how to properly hold the instrument so you don't set yourself up for carpal tunnel in the future. Ergonomics are very important on any instrument. You also have to learn proper fingering tech... more…

  • Re: B/C Irish Button Accordion players…

    I would also recommend contacting John Nolan for a Paolo Soprani. He has them in stock along with other makes. The Paolo Soprani is expensive so you might want to look at the Boxeen. I just got a C#D and love it. It has Italian Tipo A Mano reeds and sound... more…

  • Re: Seeking bodhran advice from experienced players

    I used to have a Mance Grady-Ace Bodhran. He told me to always keep tension on the head when not playing, then back off the tension for playing. I remember having to adjust the tension two or three times during a session. That is just the nature of goatsk... more…