musician/member name: Music
An Irish slip jig[Red-haired Molly]that I couldn't resist turning into a 10/8 or 5/4 tune back in the "world music"90's.It's usually played in the key of G.I can't remember where I learned it.It may be on the O'Neill book of Irish dance music.
This is too cool for school, D.J. That rhythm you achieve is remarkable.
Thanks for the shoutout, but I got the idea of filming from above to show the fretboard from others, most notably Bing Futch.
I love it!
Enjoyed your video!
Hey this is fantastic! 🙌🏼
I was so happy about getting through the thing I forgot about the details.Played on a beautiful scheitholt/hummel created by Jack Ferguson[rebelappflutesin grey]...an inspirational instrument which I am still learning to play.The extra drone strings are like an orchestra-when do you bring them in when do you avoid them?-dynamics.Recorded[like all of my videos] on a Zoom Q2n 4K...a very trusty tool,I have found.Thanks to Dusty Turtle for the notion[by example]of recording video from above to see the fingering.For a fiddle/guitar player like me it can be confusing[videos of dulcimer]because everything's backwards-the high notes are where the low notes used to be!The rhythmic pattern in East Indian syllabics for the first 10/8 go around are Taka Taka Takata Takata...the variation is takata taka taka takata/takata takota taka taka...