Jeffries C/G Anglo Concertina: The Friendly Visit & O'Mahony's!

Dick Glasgow on Jeffries C/G Anglo Concertina playing a couple of Hornpipes.

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Comment by Dick Glasgow on September 4, 2011 at 9:59

Well Michael, I'm told that old John Kelly used to say that he once heard Sean O Riada say that Traditional Music didn't really sound quite right, unless it was slightly out of tune .... so there's hope for us ALL! :-)



Comment by Mike "Ormepipes" Orme on September 4, 2011 at 9:50

Thanks for that Dick, I've been looking for one to pair up with The Harlequin for a while and both of these look like they have possibilities. I've added several HP's into my list of known tunes since learning that one but non of them ever seemed quite right.

And you've cheered me up - according to your previous comment, my own playing must actually be very traditional !

Comment by Dick Glasgow on September 4, 2011 at 9:39

Sorry Michael, I forgot to post that info with the video.

They're just a bit hurried & there are of course a few bum notes in there, but hey ... that's traditional! :-)



#1: The Friendly Visit

#2: O'Mahony's

Comment by Mike "Ormepipes" Orme on September 4, 2011 at 3:07
Cracking pair of HP's - any idea of their names ?
Comment by Dick Glasgow on September 4, 2011 at 0:11

Indeed Connie.

He's very obedient, so when I say sit & stay he doesn't move a muscle until I tell him to move again!

.... just the way children used to be .... i.e. seen but not heard! :-)

Comment by Connie Rae Crone on September 3, 2011 at 23:54
Thanks for the lovely hornpipes!  Is that a little black and white American rat terrrier by the fireplace?

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