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A Jig (Cittern Solo)

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  1. It soon enough moves into it's three-four polska feel on solo cittern. Fiddles come in only for last minute or so and truly take it to supernatural planes. Individuated in the nature of their instrument's parts, but so together on the engulfing nature of their dynamics, it's hard to imagine a group's sound could be any more compelling.
  2. Oct 10,  · I have been slowly developing this set of jigs to be played solo on the mandolin over the last several years. I have always been interested in seeing what this instrument is capable of by itself - from Bach unaccompanied partitas to chord-style jazz - and thought I would see how Irish music would sound in the same mode. The three jigs are Little Brown Jug, .
  3. Mickey The Moulder /Stan Chapman's Jig: Barn Dances: Credits Fiddle – Kevin Burke (2) Guitar, Cittern, Mandolin – Paul Kotapish; Harmonica, Clarinet – Mark Graham (8) Percussion [Foot].
  4. Composer, bodhran and cittern. See below for an extended article on Jim from See also The Easy Club. Tracks recorded by Ditte Andersson. Hopeless No. 1 These tracks also feature Derek Hoy and Rod Paterson: Unidentified Jig Helen Black / Alec C MacGregor Drums in the Cowgate: A Musician’s Progress - Jim Gilchrist.
  5. Oct 08,  · There are a number of studio tracks featuring mandolins and cittern, one solo on each instrument, as well as a duet with Susie Burke from their latest duo CD, When the Small Birds Sweetly Sing. Additionally, there are four live tracks with Keith Murphy, taken from recordings made at the March Mandolin Festivals in and
  6. A Jig (Cittern Solo) Composed By – Anon.* Credits Countertenor Vocals – James Bowman (2) Liner Notes – Frederick W. Sternfeld* Lute, Cittern – James Tyler; Notes Recorded Henry Wood Rehearsal Hall, London, Feb , /5(3).
  7. Scatter The Mud jig. Also known as Doran’s Fancy, Frehan’s, Frehan’s, Jack Walsh’s, The Maid Of Tramore, Maids Of Tramore, The Maids Of Tramore, Neil Killeen’s, Noon Day Feast, Noon Day Feast, The Noon Day Feast, The Noon Day Feast, Noonday Feast, Noonday Feast, The Noonday Feast, Rambles With Rory, Scaip An Puiteach, Scatter The Mud, Scattering The Mud, .
  8. Dd is the first and largest of the four Mathew Holmes lute books, copied probably Nine music manuscripts in Cambridge University Library were shown by Ian Harwood in the s to have been copied by Holmes who was Precentor and Singingman of Christ Church in Oxford from and then in Westminster Abbey in London from until his death in

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