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Thanks again to Nigel Gatherer for his guidance and suggestions and to Dram for letting us use the space and for the good food and drinks at reasonable prices. It was the first time that we have tried the Masons Hall in Chryston due to the Crowwood hotel being booked, and it seemed to work out just fine. We had 25 plus Nigel and fitted in nicely with the chairs slightly staggered. Refreshments more…. Tags: Feast Muirhead , lodge cadder argyle. He included wee stories about the tunes and was really good at making sure everyone was included. Sometimes we re-played a tune a bit more slowly to make sure everyone had a chance of getting it. It was all very laid back and sociable. I think the venue was very suitable with parking, plenty of space for all of us and our instruments, lunch tables laid out, and no interruptions from outside noise. I do hope everyone got something out of the day and I look forward to playing the tunes with you again soon.
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I am a professional musician, and have been involved in the performing, teaching, collecting and publishing of Scottish traditional music for thirty years. I feel I inspire people around the world with ahem an infectious way of transmitting music. As well as informing people of my teaching activities, this website provides resources for the learning of traditional music, with tunes in various formats, tutorials, articles and downloads. Visiting my on-line store introduces you to the growing catalogue of my books, while the forum allows discussion of music with like-minded enthusiasts. When lockdown started in March, I moved my classes, sessions and workshops online. I worked very hard to provide musical instruction, oulets and fun, and from the feedback I have received, many people have appreciated my efforts. However, it has taken it out of me, and I now. However, it has taken it out of me, and I now need to have a break before preparing for my activities in the Autumn and Winter, both online and otherwise. I have loved developing the online stuff, and meeting lots of new people, and I will be continuing an online schedule. Check this website for further developments as they are announced.

The intention is to provide a resource for lovers of all kinds of traditional and folk music. I hope you find it useful - let me know email me. Click on the harp icon of any page to return to this index. Nigel Gatherer Kerr's Collections The 19th century tune collections of James Kerr: tune histories, alternative titles, background stories. The Scottish Mandolin Tutorials and resources for many aspects of the mandolin. Music from Ireland An index of tunes from Bulmer and Sharpley's collections of Irish session tunes, first published in the s. Extensive notes giving alternative titles, tune histories, and alternative settings. Mainly Scottish, but also Irish, American and various tunes from around the world. Scottish Music - Artists Biographies and discographies of some prominent Scots music performers, from enigmatic fiddler James Scott Skinner to more modern folk singers such as Hamish Imlach and Watt Nicol. Cole's Fiddle Tunes An index of some of the tunes in this popular fiddle collection, originally published in the s as Ryan's Mammoth Collection.

Thanks again to Nigel Gatherer for his guidance and suggestions and to Dram for letting us use the space and for the good food and drinks at reasonable prices. It was the first time that we have tried the Masons Hall in Chryston due to the Crowwood hotel being booked, and it seemed to work out just fine. We had 25 plus Nigel and fitted in nicely with the chairs slightly staggered. Refreshments more…. Tags: Feast Muirhead , lodge cadder argyle. He included wee stories about the tunes and was really good at making sure everyone was included.

Sometimes we re-played a tune a bit more slowly to make sure everyone had a chance of getting it. It was all very laid back and sociable. I think the venue was very suitable with parking, plenty of space for all of us and our instruments, lunch tables laid out, and no interruptions from outside noise.

I do hope everyone got something out of the day and I look forward to playing the tunes with you again soon. Some of us had a wee play after lunch and Lesley played her new bouzouki.

There was some concern that some famous people Michael McGoldrick? First those of us who are doing the Burns Night had a practice session with Nigel Gatherer giving us useful ideas to improve our as yet unpolished versions of some Burns tunes we have been trying to learn. Well worth the time. I was making some terrible noises but it always takes me a while to warm up and we have a few more practices before we play the tunes to the public. Da Slockit Light was there but I could only recall part of it…..

Maybe see a few of you at Curlers tomorrow for the GFW very slow session. We then tried out Flowers Of Edinburgh before a tutored session in the afternoon. The feedback was excellent overall. They were incredibly welcoming and made us feel at home and encouraged us to play a few tunes which they joined in with.

This Glasgow Fiddle Workshop event as part of celtic connections was very well attended and most of the Scratchy Noises Gang were there as well.

The session culminated with us all playing the following two tunes as a set. Click here to download the finished product ….. What do you think? Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Got some practice and some social time with a lovely bunch of people. Any feedback on the workshop most welcome. Masonic hall, Muirhead. Workshop for M. There were lots of new tunes as well as many familiar numbers.

Well pleased with the pancakes and meringues provided — fantastic. We learned three new tunes. Yaba daba doo! Hope everyone who we saw today had a good time too. Allan went off to a concert and we are now going to eat the pizzas. Scratchy Noises Workshop Larking about at the Back - Typical! It is good. Liked the different instruments being involved. Tunes played slowly but not over slow for learning from. Thank you folks. Join 63 other followers. Post to Cancel. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.

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