Bill C’s twelve comments

  • Re: Tom McElvogue’s

    There is a beautiful recording of this jig played by flute player Aoiff Granville on "Saimhin So". She starts the cut with the air, Reidh Chnoc na Mna Duibhe and finishes with Tom McElvogue’s Jig in G. I believe she plays it in the key of F. more…

  • Re: Dentry’s

    Is this session still occurring on Tuesday nights? 8:30? more…

  • Re: Tommy Peoples’

    Des Cafferkey has a lovely laid-back set on "Achill Air". In this whistle set, Green Fields of Rosbeigh is first and Tommy Peoples' is second. more…

  • Re: Achill Air

    Does anyone know the names of the tunes that make up Track 3? I have the CD and am having trouble reading the names of the tunes for "Special Star". The first looks like Ril Na ........... Theas and the second one looks like Fonn .......... ? more…

  • Re: Cahan O’Hara

    Setting #1 above is also in "The Complete Works of O'Carolan: Irish Harper & Composer (1670-1738)", (Ossian Publications Ltd.) as #132. Kean O'Hara third air. more…

  • Re: The Woodcock

    Below is a link to The Woodcock as played by Hammy Hamilton. He says that the main thing that people get wrong is that they play high D in the 4th bar. He says to be sure to play the low D. more…

  • Re: m4a file

    Thanks all for your help. I converted to mp3 using Audacity and will post it to Dropbox or Soundcloud. I have not used ABC format. Jeremy, when I post it to Dropbox or Soundcloud, can I then post the link to that on The Session? more…

  • m4a file

    I have an m4a file of Hammy Hamilton playing his tune, "The Woodcock". I asked and he said to go ahead and post it on the session under current Woodcock submissions. more…

  • Re: Anyone use Tunepal?

    I am having trouble getting the tunepal app on my Android phone. What link is working best to download the app? more…

  • Re: The Cat’s Meow

    Hi Joanie, Great tune. It was played last night during a session at Matt Molloy's Pub here in Westport. more…