O'Bryan’s twenty-seven comments

  • The Crib Of Perches, X:5

    A favourite tune and this version is comfortable for the flute. more…

  • Petticoat Loose, X:2

    This is the version I know in three parts. more…

  • The Gullane

    I know this tune as "The Gullane Jig". If it's called "Old Joe's" then i'm not going to argue about the title. It's a nice catchy tune for the flute. more…

  • The Humours Of Scarriff

    This transposition makes the tune is playable on the flute. That D# can be played as a natural if you don't have the key on your flute. It's a great tune. more…

  • Re: Reel Ste-Louise

    How does the fourth bar play? In both versions above there are only three beats instead of four. more…

  • Bellows for sale for uilleann pipes

    I have a set of bellows for sale made by C. J. Dixon (a reputable Canadian maker). The bellows are sturdy, in good condition and made from quality materials. The belt size can accommodate a 115 cm (45") musician and the socket will take a 16 mm (5/8") d... more…

  • Re: Munster Spring

    What's happening in bar 3? There aren't enough notes. more…

  • Re: The Amorous Lover

    I really like this tune; it's great on the flute. Does anyone know of any similar melodies ? Thanks. more…

  • Re: The Isle Of Ewe

    One could say "Isle of Ewe" to the wife or girlfriend and see what happens. No music needed. more…

  • The Roscommon, X:6

    This is my version I use for the flute. more…