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Author:  Adrian W. [ Wed Aug 29, 2018 8:55 am ]
Post subject:  Re: What Tune Are You Learning?

afl2277 wrote:
Adrian W. wrote:
Kate Martin's Waltz.


I've just listened to it on You Tube. It's lovely isn't it.


Yes, it's beautiful. I heard a snippet here, from Rodney MacDonald (original CD is out of print) http://celticmusiccentre.ca/store/index ... rch=failte

I also found a podcast out of Indiana or Illinois maybe, an hour featuring music related to the Celtic Colours festival.... last tune on the podcast is the full version by Rodney. Do you think I can find it again? Nope. I have it saved on my computer at home though, will look it up.

Author:  p51baby [ Wed Aug 29, 2018 11:57 am ]
Post subject:  Re: What Tune Are You Learning?

Finished learning the Morning Thrush after hearing it at a session a few weeks ago. I’m loving Grace Kelly’s whistle version (the ornaments are fun as heck!) but for session playing, Mick O’Brien’s seems like the standard:

Grace Kelly’s
https://youtu.be/UupFW-97nmg

Mick O’Brien’s in C
https://youtu.be/9xp9axMWBjU

Cheers,

Melany

Author:  An Draighean [ Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: What Tune Are You Learning?

p51baby wrote:
Finished learning the Morning Thrush after hearing it at a session a few weeks ago. I’m loving Grace Kelly’s whistle version (the ornaments are fun as heck!) but for session playing, Mick O’Brien’s seems like the standard:

Grace Kelly’s
https://youtu.be/UupFW-97nmg

Mick O’Brien’s in C
https://youtu.be/9xp9axMWBjU

Cheers,

Melany


A lovely tune, to be sure. The video of young Mick was very nice; to me, you can hear the bird singing from the flat set more so than a concert pitch set.

Author:  Adrian W. [ Thu Aug 30, 2018 5:26 am ]
Post subject:  Re: What Tune Are You Learning?

Adrian W. wrote:
afl2277 wrote:
Adrian W. wrote:
Kate Martin's Waltz.


I've just listened to it on You Tube. It's lovely isn't it.


Yes, it's beautiful. I heard a snippet here, from Rodney MacDonald (original CD is out of print) http://celticmusiccentre.ca/store/index ... rch=failte

I also found a podcast out of Indiana or Illinois maybe, an hour featuring music related to the Celtic Colours festival.... last tune on the podcast is the full version by Rodney. Do you think I can find it again? Nope. I have it saved on my computer at home though, will look it up.


The podcast is Kitchen Party Ceilidh by Dave Bagdad. The one with Kate Martin's is 10-09-2015. Last tune i the podcast https://soundcloud.com/user-127774073/k ... 09-podcast

Author:  Adrian W. [ Thu Aug 30, 2018 5:26 am ]
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Sorry. Duplicate post.

Author:  Adrian W. [ Thu Aug 30, 2018 5:26 am ]
Post subject:  Re: What Tune Are You Learning?

Sorry. ANOTHER duplicate post.

Alternate site for the podcast I mentioned above.... 2015 10 09 https://player.fm/series/kitchen-party-ceilidh

Author:  Thomaston [ Thu Aug 30, 2018 3:37 pm ]
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I recently got an antique keyed flute from another member here, and tonight I’m going to start working on learning Paddy on the Turnpike.

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