jorge o'lochlainn’s thirty-seven comments

  • Celtic Winds

    I got this CD many years ago. It has some great stuff, mainly famous trad tunes, played by musicians as Mick Moloney, Brendan Mulvihill or Billy McComeskey. more…

  • A wee help for a contest

    Hi everybody. more…

  • Re: De Utriculo…

    I'm still learning (and I guess I will always be) but I can answer at least to your second question. You have to shut the end of the chanter to get some of the notes in a type of fingering. Maybe you're using the other tecnique, where it is not necessary.... more…

  • Re: Cruises “Trad” bar, Ennis….What the ???

    I can't remember if it was too far away from Ennis, but, you can say, we'll always have Doolin. more…

  • Re: The Unspoken Rules…Spoken

    Never drink lager if you play flute or whistle: risk of spontaneous burps. It's better porter. more…

  • Re: St Patrick’s Day plans.

    We'll have a paid gig in the afternoon and another big special one in the evening. You cannot find many ITM lovers in Valencia (Spain) very often, but that special night they all seem toi get together in this pub where we're playing, so it is really remar... more…

  • Re: Crevillente players where are ya

    We're not from Crevillente but you can find some of us in Valencia. more…

  • Fraser’s Legacy

    I really recommend this recording. It's full of unforgettable tunes, but you CANNOT miss the breathtaking version of Gow's Lament, last track, really superb. more…

  • Re: Late Night Ramblings on the Tradition

    Ouch!!! Spilled Guinness... That hurted!! more…

  • Re: Weaponry

    Yes, everything you said is OK: throwing pianos, swaying bows and smashing low whistles... But you forgot to use brains and science. Let's see a couple of examples: some fiddle, banjo and guitar strings and some whistles are excellent electricity conducto... more…