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PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2019 11:32 am 
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Love all the fluters you've listed, but surely there's more... :poke:

Keep 'em coming!

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Lucie Périer : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ndUoRscGBw

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 04, 2019 10:21 am 
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Wow! Outstanding...I think I'm in love! :shock:

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Yep, outstanding. The closest to sounding simple system I've heard. Similar to Seamus Egan's style.

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I can't seem to find Luci Perier's music anywhere to purchase/download. I checked her web site but no luck. Anyone know if she's "published"? :-?

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Jason, I agree...her tone and playing are solidly traditional, without any heavy handedness.

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I can't seem to find Luci Perier's music anywhere to purchase/download. I checked her web site but no luck. Anyone know if she's "published"? :-?

Hmmm... her website, maybe. Seems to have a number of albums (7 ?) with different band configurations (nothing solo). I don't know if they are downloadable only or physical CDs: https://www.lucieperier.com/ecouter

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Also her Bandcamp page:
https://lucieperier.bandcamp.com/

which was linked from the "Boutique" button on her website. That may be the clearest way to purchase the albums. Ones I checked were digital downloads.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 12:37 pm 
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kkrell wrote:
Also her Bandcamp page:
https://lucieperier.bandcamp.com/

which was linked from the "Boutique" button on her website. That may be the clearest way to purchase the albums. Ones I checked were digital downloads.


Got it thanks... :thumbsup:

With Orwin Herbert she plays two slip jigs, The Cock and the Hen and The Boy in the Bush. The latter tune I recognize but not under that title. Anyone know its other name(s)?

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The Wet Fish :wink:

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The Wet Fish :wink:


OK...if you say so! :shock:

And I thank you're grumpy 'lil heart. :thumbsup:

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Whooossh.

That was the macaronic version of the title. :D Probably more correctly 'the wet phis' when written .

An phis fliuch in Irish.

Or O'Farrell's welcome to Limerick, The choice wife, the virgin Mary. The boy in the bush would be in the same vein, I suppose.

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Whooossh.

That was the macaronic version of the title. :D Probably more correctly 'the wet phis' when written .

An phis fliuch in Irish.

Or O'Farrell's welcome to Limerick, The choice wife, the virgin Mary. The boy in the bush would be in the same vein, I suppose.


Found it under An Phis Fhliuch on The Session. Never new what that meant! Such an education I'm getting.

Seriously, thanks a ton... :thumbsup: This is such a great place!

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(Now I'll go and lubricate my flute with some Jameson's and try to learn that set! :D )


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Be advised that Jameson's has been used to lubricate much more than just a flute. . . :lol:

I always liked 'O'Farrels Welcome to Limerick, and What a Welcome it was!' :D

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Just for the craic: new Böhm alto flute video on my Facebook.
I'm still gradually familiarising myself with/getting the feel for this new-to-me beast, but I'm rather enjoying doing so. It's a challenge as it blows very differently to any other flute I have and it does require more air (and air supply discipline), so the air management is an issue in tunes where you have established habitual breathing patterns with phrases longer than you can sustain on the instrument in hand! On the other hand, the mechanism is surprisingly supportive of ITM style finger articulation.

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Just for the craic: new Böhm alto flute video on my Facebook.
I'm still gradually familiarising myself with/getting the feel for this new-to-me beast, but I'm rather enjoying doing so. It's a challenge as it blows very differently to any other flute I have and it does require more air (and air supply discipline), so the air management is an issue in tunes where you have established habitual breathing patterns with phrases longer than you can sustain on the instrument in hand! On the other hand, the mechanism is surprisingly supportive of ITM style finger articulation.


Jem,

Lovely that... :thumbsup:

One of the dumbest things I have ever done is sell my Jupiter alto flute. Someday I'll have to find a replacement. Yours certainly has a nice solid tone, and no clackity typewriter key artifacts that I could detect.

I have a C Jupiter flute that is my practice flute that sits out for a quick toot. But it's key work sounds a bit like a drop forge when playing rolls and cranns. The Jupiter alto I had was nice and quite, and very responsive. I just bought a C Di Zhao, and it's mechanism is dead silent. Much like your alto.

Really nice, thanks for sharing,

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