sheaR’s twelve comments

  • Down The Hill, X:2

    I learned this from a Johnny B Connolly recording. He has a strange and lovely version of the C part, which I have transcribed to the best of my ability. more…

  • Dr. Gilbert’s, X:9

    Slight variation based on a recording I took at a session in Lisdoonvarna more…

  • Kevin Keegan’s, X:2

    This rhythm is closer to what I am used to hearing. Perhaps folks have mucked with it since Kevin Keegan's time. more…

  • Eric MacDonald’s

    A contemporary reel written by Ryan McKasson. more…

  • Le Set De Americain, X:4

    The ceili band I play with plays this version. I the drop down an octave for opening of the B part. more…

  • Alternate B part?

    From a recording of Paddy Breen on https://thesession.org/recordings/5337 . Same name and nearly identical A part, but the B part seems different from any of the settings here. more…

  • Re: Niel Gow’s Style

    Oops...It turns out I had my notes mixed up. Niel Gow's Style is the third tune in the recording and is more or less the version Nigel gave. For a second there I thought I had done a terrible job, but my setting is a entirely different tune whose name I h... more…

  • Niel Gow’s Style

    I have no prior experience notating strathspey's, so hopefully the rhythmn is somewhat close. more…

  • Re: 2

    @Julianne Thanks! more…

  • Re: 2

    I am sure this will all be filled in in the near future, but... more…