Matt Leavey’s two hundred and thirty comments
Re: 3Xs+ playing a tune more times?
Depends. Under normal session rules, yes, three times through for a double reel and no more than three or four tunes to a set. (Single reels at least four or five times through, unless they've got four parts in which case only the 'usual' three). Certa... more…
- Patsy Campbell, X:3
Re: How Easy Would it be for a Mandolin Player to Pickup the Fiddle?
Picking a fiddle up is no problem at all. They're not very heavy. more…
- Re: Shephard’s Daughter
Re: Liam O’Flynn’s
PLEASE NOTE: this tune has been wrongly accredited to Liam O'Flynn (common convention when giving a tune "from the playing of..." is to call it their "favourite", naming the tune directly after the player implies that they wrote it). This is a Tommy Peop... more…
Re: Getting mental!
I now mostly learn tunes by loading them onto the internal jukebox... don't know if that counts as mental practice or not. Generally, if I can 'hear' a tune I can work out how to play it. If it's in the ear, it's in the fingers, so to speak. Doesn't alw... more…
Re: FIDDLE - Bowing trip-ups, need some direction and questions answered
1) Short answer? Not really. more…
- Re: The Roscommon
Re: Tune ID anyone?
Not trying to be didactic, typing on phone as laptop dead, hence weird sentences. more…
Re: Paddy Fahy’s
Already on. See setting no. 5 for the G major version... more…