graeme’s thirty-one comments

  • Re: Doctor O’Neill

    A fiddle and cello arrangement, this one featuring solo fiddle, but the cello has an ever-changing bass line. more…

  • Re: Dr. Gilbert’s

    Here is a fiddle and cello version to listen to, in E Dorian (Em). more…

  • Re: Bovaglie’s Plaid

    My fiddle and cello treatment of Bovaglie's Plaid has been replaced by a concert arrangement for string quartet, with, I hope, the original "fiddle sentiment" not buried or lost. more…

  • Re: Bovaglie’s Plaid

    A fiddle and cello treatment of Bovaglie's Plaid. more…

  • Re: Left-handed

    A version of "The Left-handed Reel" adapted as a string quartet (celtic style, of course): more…

  • Re: The House Of Skene

    Thanks Nigel, but would the same Skene family be involved in the Skene MS? more…

  • Re: The House Of Skene

    I have just arranged an unnamed tune, referred to as No. 59, from the Skene MS. This is a collection of ancient Scottish tunes, and I wonder if it is not the same collection referred to here. more…

  • Re: Lullaby For Mel

    Oops. I did originally post the cello duet, but I figure it needs more work. Instead, you will hear a very similar sketch, but with fiddle and cello. (Unfortunately, I cannot edit the previous post.) more…

  • Re: Lullaby For Mel

    This is a very nice tune by Ross Ainsley, and I agree, please listen to the original, linked in above. more…

  • Re: Bennachie Sunrise

    I am experimenting with oboe and cello, and will probably add a fiddle to the three, for a New Folk sound. (Orrighty, orright, its probably been done by thousands of other "new folkies". more…