A wonderful tune, written by Andy Cutting and played as part of Melodeon.net’s Tune of the Month for January 2014. Played on a Castagnari Lilly in A/D (so here, the tune’s played in D).
Written by fellow melodeon.net member Jack Humphries, a lovely waltz, here played on a Castagnari Mory melodeon in D/G
A traditional jig from goodness knows where, Seven Stars, played by Clive Williams on a Castagnari Lilly melodeon in A/D. Actually played 3 times and multitracked!
Played as part of melodeon.net’s Tune of the Month for December 2010 – come and join us at www.melodeon.net if you haven’t already!
Here’s a version of a tune by Chris Wood, When the Land is White with Snow. A lovely piece of music (when played by Chris on violin, anyway!), here played on a Castagnari Lilly melodeon in A/D. I’ve been trying to learn this tune for ages… finally got it!
Played as part of melodeon.net’s Theme of the Month for December 2010 – Christmas and Winter Tunes. Come and join us at www.melodeon.net if you haven’t already.
Silta (‘Bridge’ in English) was written by Markku Lepisto, a fine melodeon player from Finland. It’s a remarkable tune, in 3 parts and a rather irregular structure.
Markku normally plays it on a G/C; here I’m playing it on a D/G Castagnari Mory. Haven’t got quite all the fancy bass runs that Markku does, but hey, that’s why he’s a professional musician, and I’m not!
Played as part of Melodeon.net’s Theme of the Month for October 2010, ‘Tunes from Scandinavia.’.