15/09/11 Barra McAllister and James Riley at Steeple Sessions 2011

(Note: This is a nice study on variations/improv as illustrated by this fine flute performance). Barra McAllister playing tunes which are the first and last are Breton pieces and the middle one was written by Eamon Galldubh with the flute and James Riley...

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Comment by Russ Cole on December 22, 2011 at 20:58

I agree Lars.  The original comments on the youtube clip (those outside of the parentheses) seem to be referencing another clip of this duo on Balcony TV where they actually do play two Breton tunes flanking an original.  Thanks for identifying Down the Broom.

Comment by Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott on December 22, 2011 at 7:35

The first tune sounds like 'Down the broom' (AFAIK an Irish tune) to me.

Grand playing anyway!


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