Comments on tunes

  • Re: Inganess

    I would say he was from Orkney, Inkster is an Orkney name and Inganess is I think in this part of Scotland. Lots of Inksters in the island of Rousay, a beautiful island which can be reached by ferry from Tingwall. (You cld look up Hugh Inkster + fiddl...

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  • Inganess

    From the Cape Breton Violin Album. Composed by Hugh Inkster who I believe was a Fiddler. Does anyone know if he is still alive or not, if not when was he born and when did he die?

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  • Splendid Isolation, X:10

    Transcribed off "The Land's End Sessions" by Barbara Hintermeier, Cornelius Bode and Steffen Gabriel.

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  • Re: Julia Clifford’s

    Cheers #NfldWhistler, I'll keep it up :-)

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  • Re: The Convenience

    I have a funny path to this tune. Reading through the We Banjo 3 tune book, I ran across it and likes it. I did some research and found this post. After looking up Olcan I realize he is the fiddle player leading a Session I sat in on in Westport. I only...

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  • Re: The Scolding Wives Of Abertarff

    One scolding wife would be enough, thank you very much.

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  • Re: Gilderoy

    At last I've found it! This is a tune played by two fiddlers in a barn dance scene in the 1979 film 'Tess' by Roman Polanski. I've been trying to find a name for this tune for years and have trawled through the film credits and written emails to various '...

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  • The Cairn Stones, X:2

    Same tune, different key.

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  • The Cairn Stones

    Yes, I wrote This Tune.

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  • The Final Demand

    From the playing of Bowstring. Composed by Chris Taylor.

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