Challenging myself! Going to try and brush up on all the tunes listed in comhaltas's "Foinn seisiún." I'll try to post one tune a day. They are a lot of session standards, most I already know in some kind of half-learned form. Which is pretty sad if I must say so myself! So here it goes, first one: The Haunted House. Doesn't sound really haunted, does it? This tune was played all the time back in Minneapolis due to the influence of a box player named Martin McHugh!
I finally got around to recording something! I've just put all the parts of this tune together so I'm celebrating with a recording of the finished product. I have a ways to go before it's clean, up to a proper tempo and ornamented but I'm happy with the progress I've made. The tune is Whiskey Before Breakfast. As always, I'm playing my carbon fiber whistle made by me (Gold Leaf Whistles). I'm on off from work (teaching) for the summer and will be working hard to make as many whistles as possible. Be sure to add yourself to my mailing list and follow my page if you're interested in buying one!
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