Lesson 1: Don't join in unless you really do know the tune!

Lesson 2: Don't join in when you have had far too much to drink!

Great Music here from two fine Fiddle players in Edinburgh's finest Session Pub, Sandy Bells, where I served my apprenticeship, back in the early 70s.

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Comment by Jim Dorans (Worldfiddler) on March 25, 2012 at 22:27

Just reminding me of a wet flute player in a session I used to play at. I suppose it's funny if you're sitting across from him, but not funny for the person near the tail end of the flute :)

Strictly speaking, I guess that falls under "session etiquette".

Comment by Wes Merchant on March 25, 2012 at 14:49

We always called the second  one the Virginia.

Comment by Jim Dorans (Worldfiddler) on March 25, 2012 at 14:37

Thanks, Peter :)

Comment by Jim Dorans (Worldfiddler) on March 25, 2012 at 12:53

That was funny! Looks like the 2 fiddle players took in good humour too. Good fiddling from both of them. Does  anyone know the name of the tunes they were playing? Thanks.

Comment by Bill Macaulay on March 24, 2012 at 18:21

this is so spot on Dick - what a laugh

Comment by Dick Glasgow on March 24, 2012 at 11:42

To be fair, this guy may know this tune, when sober, but clearly he has had far too much to drink, to be able to add anything of quality to this session & instead spoils what is lovely music from these other fine musicians.

Drunk or sober, we should all strive to be able to recognise when to join in & when to just listen.



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