KarenE’s seven comments

  • Re: Latifa’s

    That's a great jig!! Ulysse, do you want to be listed as the author by your Session name or real name? I know someone will ask me at our session...and I'd love to learn and share it! more…

  • Littlefield Celtic Center

    Our Scottish music session is open to all players. We meet on the first Sunday of the month from 3 to 6 pm. The pace starts off slow and works up in tempo as the afternoon progresses. more…

  • New location!

    Our Scottish music session has now moved to the new Celtic Arts Foundation's Littlefield Celtic Center at 1124 Cleveland Ave. in Mt Vernon, WA. The open sessions are held the first Sunday of the month from 3 - 6 pm and start with a slower tempo working u... more…

  • Not recent

    I have a copy from one of the O'Neils books (the one with the yellow cover?) listed as #922 The Humors of Winter or in gaelic, Sugra na geimread (if I'm interpreting the typefont correctly.) more…

  • correction

    Thank you, Nigel. more…

  • Waulking the floor

    I understood the spelling to be waulking, perhaps as in tweed walking to full the cloth. Sounds of Scottish origin to me when the first three notes of the first and third measures are played as triplets and given a little syncopation as in the copy of th... more…

  • Re: Accordionist new to irish music.

    As a PA player who loves Irish music, I agree with the above. I rarely play my base buttons in a session (usually only at home or with beginners who can't keep the time and speed up/slow down maddingly throwing off the rest of us) and use the setting tha... more…