Comments on tunes
Re: The Crow In The Sun
Close. I hear something else, sometimes simpler: more…Posted by .
The Whistler Of Rosslea, X:8
Being explicit about the c#'s and cnat's. This is what hear on Martin Hayes's recording of this tune, though I've shifted it up four steps from his key of C dorian. more…Posted by .
Re: Gone, I’m
Greetings, more…Posted by .
Re: Mr. Valentine’s March
Nice tune to play on fiddle. Any info on the composer? more…Posted by .
Bill, wish I could say that this is my composition but that honour goes to Alasdair Fraser. I tend to play it slowly first time through and pick up the tempo after that. For me it works equally well as a slow air or a lively jig. more…Posted by .
The Crow In The Sun, X:2
I have been trying to figure out the chords for this lovely air. I know these don't do it justice, but am I close? Thanks. more…Posted by .
The Moving Note, X:2
This is another nice tune from Collin Farrel. I have put it in G here although in D an octave lower than the tune above it is also lovely. Originally recorded in E flat. On the B/C accordion in G it is very easy and all on the C row. more…Posted by .
“The Moving Note” by Colin Farrell from Make A Note
Hello. more…Posted by .
Re: The Ships In Full Sail
This is one of my favorite jigs. On the 1974 album "Lark in the Clear Air", it is known as "The Prize Jig" for some reason. more…Posted by .
Re: Doherty’s Quare
You can hear them playing it here: more…Posted by .