aliceflynn’s two hundred and seventy-nine comments

  • Re: She lived beside the Anner

    Someone named Jim read this thread and contacted me yesterday by session message regarding notation of this song. I have it scanned and can email it to you, but you didn't give me an email address. Please message me again! more…

  • Re: Good songs for a Session?

    just a few years ago, posting a thread about songs on the session.org would get a reprimand and delete. Times have changed, I guess. more…

  • The Bozeman session is Sunday evenings at Three Seventeen (3/17) on Main Street. Only one in town. more…

  • Re: sean nos - what is it?

    Maybe if you hear it, that would help you. I used to have an audio file of Joe Heaney linked to my web site, but the source has moved. The archive of audio files at National University of Ireland, Galway, has moved from the link I had, but you may sear... more…

  • Re: How young is too young?

    Whistle and then when he is 4 or 5, Suzuki violin lessons and then turn him loose on whatever he wants. more…

  • Re: "Sessions" with your kids…

    I started taking my son to our local session back in 1995. He was 8. Now he is in college and is an award winning mandolin player. He started on the violin in 5th grade and then took up the mandolin a few years later, which is the instrument he loves. ... more…

  • Re: Haunting songs with lyrics

    You could do "Monday Tuesday". It is found recorded in Gaelic and with harp accompaniment by Mary O'Hara. I have the sheet music and wrote an English lyric version to it if you are interested. more…

  • Re: Favorite Songs

    In my band, I do this with several songs. The first one I chose to mix with a tune is William Taylor with Swinging on a Gate. more…

  • Re: Favorite Songs

    Tons of discussion on this topic more…

  • Re: john spillane lyrics

    Ask for the lyrics on the Mudcat folk forum and you'll likely get them. I'll start a thread request there for you. GO HERE: more…