skylos’s thirteen comments

  • Sunday Morning

    A lovely little polka transcribed from listening to Mike Hoban playing his own composition ‘Sunday Morning’ which I received via Jake Schumacher. more…

  • Saturday Night

    A lovely little polka transcribed from listening to Mike Hoban playing his own composition 'Saturday Night' which I received via Jake Schumacher. more…

  • Gan Ainm, X:3

    Actually setting 1 with line feeds in it so it can actually be read. more…

  • The Hills Of Tara, X:10

    Are there ever more variants of this tune? Here's the one I learned. more…

  • The Market Town, X:7

    LIterally setting 5 without the dang lope encoded in it for easy reading. more…

  • Re: Roger Was A Plowboy

    quite right Ken Croft, my bad. Added the G as 5th note of that measure. oops. more…

  • Roger Was A Plowboy

    Found this in a book by chance - and was amused to see it wasn't on the session. Well then. ABC practice! more…

  • Fúnicúlí, Fúnicúla, X:2

    Shifted the key down so it doesn't ring so brightly in the ear and is easier to play in the familiar ADorian key. more…

  • Fúnicúlí, Fúnicúla

    This has become a bit of a meme tune lately, so I figured I'd get it in here for easy reference by lovers of all rollicking tunes - even if they're somewhat more neopolitan than irish. But then I found... could it be irish lyric translation? more…

  • Salty Squid

    I heard this tune played on the Sponge Bob Square pants show between some segments, apparently called (ironically?) the Salty Squid Jig. I like it because its simple and cheerful, and the fact that it gets great response from young people who are familia... more…