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michael flatley :twisted:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ3HV3hntDg

cormac breatnach with matt molloy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xG8Eh3msfk

michael mcgoldrick
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQkaYYtO_c4

jean-michel veillon (avec ivan miletitch)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMx3mVJX9_I


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What is the name of the reel Seamus Egan is playing?

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demon_piper wrote:
What is the name of the reel Seamus Egan is playing?

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Emily's Reel


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written by a fellow named Otis Gordon, i believe

or is it Otis Sanford?

hmmm

Otis somebody, by God!


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Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xyhq_iExlT0
Unknown flutist with unknown accompaniment playing an unknown tune. ;)


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Gabriel wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xyhq_iExlT0
Unknown flutist with unknown accompaniment playing an unknown tune. ;)

His name is Gabriel de Burgo, he lives in Madrid, Spain. The guitar player is José Luis Ruiz Dou. Both of them used to play togehther in a band called 'Caledonia' some 7-9 years ago. Gabriel is a very good player, has a great power and entonation. The video was recorded at a session and don't make justice to Gabriel's playing, shame.

He currently plays Olwell's as can be seen in the video. Take notice of the threaded bamboo to sort out a crack.

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the second tune he's playing is Emily's Reel, same as the one asked about above.
He begins it at the 52-second mark

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On youtube -- http://tinyurl.com/2sjdvj -- you can see how MM keeps his left-hand small finger curled and close to his other fingers-- so that when he presses the long F key or the G# key his finger can just strike out at the key.
Do you think he practiced keeping his little finger in this position? As the son of the son of a flute-player was he perhaps genetically endowed in this fashion?


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nah, that's fairly typical of well-trained flute players.

what's amazing is his ability to get terrific crans and rolls on the E....and leave his RH pinkey ON THE FLUTE the whole time! Watch it closely, you'll see it immediately at measure 2 of the opening part.

Now THAT is much more amazing finger control to me.

As you know, our ring finger is our weakest.....especially with a fixed pinkey.


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Ragús (with flutist Richard Murray) at Milwaukee Irish Fest 2006:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eJsc9V8534

if anyone knows the names of the tunes, please let me know.

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sound like the first reel is "the cameronian" reel and the last one is "trim the velvet". i can't place a name on the middle one though someone else might.


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rama wrote:
sound like the first reel is "the cameronian" reel and the last one is "trim the velvet". i can't place a name on the middle one though someone else might.


The middle one is the second reel in the set entitled "Meitheamh" on Lunasa's first album...I think I have the liner notes to that somewhere but can't find them, so I don't have the name of that tune. Maybe someone else can find it that way, though.


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thanks to cat,
the last reel is "kiss the maid behind the barrel" - i stand corrected


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they really should of played "trim the velvet"


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