Comments on tunes
This is the slip jig 'Gan Ainm' from Pádraig O'Reilly's album "Highly Strung!". The one previously linked is a barndance. I love slip jigs generally, and there just aren't enough of them. So when you find one that doesn't seem well known, you just need t... more…Posted by .
Re: Auld Lang Syne
Sorry JackB, but although you have posted it as being in G maj with a G key sig your notation is in D. (And nae chance o me singing it that high!) more…Posted by .
Auld Lang Syne, X:4
Simple but beautiful. more…Posted by .
Aaron’s Key, X:4
Beautiful jig. more…Posted by .
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How Bout Them Bugs
A fun little hornpipe by Steve "Maddog" Ross. more…Posted by .
Re: The Little Diamond
Learned this lovely little tune at the Lake school of Celtic music here in Australia just a few months ago. The version we were taught has a couple of different notes, but overall the same. We added some lovely harmonies to it too. Thinking of putting it ... more…Posted by .
Re: Gan Ainm
Ah, that mystery jig again! At least two discussions last September/October. We played it last weekend. more…Posted by .
The Floating Crowbar, X:5
Lúnasa's version (without the variations). more…Posted by .
Ein Madchen Oder Weibchen
Song by Mozart (Magic Flute) sung by Papageno. It also became a popular folk tune - with different words. I heard it as a child on the family's musical box and tried it on the fiddle about 4 years back. An easy one to play though I got it with a slightl... more…Posted by .