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@cowirrie · Violin, Viola · Tasmania, Australia
Classically trained on violin and viola, can play fiddle on a good day. Tunes are as played at local sessions in Northern Tasmania at the time of recording. For sets containing these pieces, see www.cowirrie.com/music.

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For more information about this jig, see the Traditional Tune Archive:… More…

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For more information about this polka, see the Traditional Tune Archive:… More…

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For notation and discussion, see The Session:… More…

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This cover is arranged as a string trio for two violas and violin.… More…

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This cover is arranged as a string trio for two violas and violin.… More…

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For more information about this jig, visit the Traditional Tune Archive:… More…
Feb. 28, 2022

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This cover has some suggested ornaments, although looking back, I overused mordents.… More…

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This cover is arranged as a string trio for two violas and violin.… More…

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This cover has suggested ornaments for this strathspey.… More…

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This cover is identical to the original, except the notation is in treble clef for violin and every other instrument that is not a viola.… More…

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Strathspey written for viola, played here without ornaments.… More…

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For more information about this jig, visit the Traditional Tune Archive:… More…

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On violin, Colonel Thornton is entirely played on the G and D strings. Vioins can sound harsh in that range, while the viola is often in its element. So how does Colonel Thornton sound on viola? It sounds… More…
Oct. 30, 2021

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This recording has suggested ornaments. To see a plain recording, watch this slice:… More…

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This recording is a plain recording of the notes. To see suggested ornaments, watch this slice:… More…
Oct. 22, 2021

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If an Irish Dancer asks for music with 36 bars of 6/8 time, they are probably asking for The Three Sea Captains.… More…

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If an Irish Dancer asks for music with 36 bars of 6/8 time, they are probably asking for The Three Sea Captains.… More…

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There are countless variations on how to play any good folk tune, but I thought this deserved a closer look. In the source recording of this, the quaver-crotchet-quaver (eighth-quarter-eighth) rhythm was… More…

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I like the rhythms in the opening bars of these two reels, so here they are played together as a suggested session set.… More…

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I liked this composition, so I did my best to make a cover at close to reel tempo. There are two recordings, at 84 and 92 Beats Per Minute. (Some dances would require 112!) The slower recording is really… More…
May 18, 2021

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This cover contains suggested ornaments for playing Ben Lomond. See the original slice for a version without ornaments. More…

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For more information about this strathspey, see the Traditional Tune Archive:… More…

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For more information about this strathspey, see The Traditional Tune Archive:… More…
Dec. 15, 2020

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The Traditional Tune Archive has details about the history of this lament:… More…

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The Traditional Tune Archive has details about the history of this lament:… More…