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April 10, 2020 - 7:41 pm
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sorry for what I think is my bow going to slow at :25 or so.   also..the double stops especially droning on A while on d string is still a work in progress.  I recorded fiddle first when practicing then decided to play around with adding the other tracks later on.   

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GregW

Thanks. Enjoyed listening to that.

 

Mark

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Nice one @ABitRusty - always loved that tune, and have played along a number of times to Pierre's version.

Nice mix, well done, and pleasant listening clapclapclap

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Ahh, I do like an Irish air.

That's a lovely ear-picture you painted there, @GregW - and the drones sound just fine.

Peter

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Very nice, Greg. I enjoyed it very much! clap

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What a calm and atmospheric interpretation.  Taking the music to another level somehow with the production, image etc. A lovely surprise to come across during our confinement, here in France.  I know the tune as Fainne Geal an Lae, from the book of Traditional Irish Airs, by  the piper, Tomas O Canainn.  Thanks for sharing that with us.......

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Thank you everyone!  appreciate it!

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Nice job. Very much enjoyed that!

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