(Polkas) Leather Away the Wattle-O, The Lakes of Sligo - Flute

I heard this set of polkas when I joined a session last year.

I played a Forbes D flute.

(Slip Jig) The Kid on the Mountain - Flute

I think this tune is very popular in Japan. I always make some mistakes when I play it at sessions...

I played a Hamilton D flute.

(Hornpipes) The Mountain Ranger, The Harp and Shamrock - Flute

I learned this set from "Fourmilehouse" by Alan & John Kelly. I guess the second tune is more popular than the first one.

I played a Cochran Delrin flute.

(Reels) Drogheda Bay, I Have No Money - Flute

I learned this set from my friend when we held a house session last year.

I played a Hamilton D flute. It's still difficult for me to play in tune because I haven't got used to playing it.

The first reel is also called "Big Pat." I usually play it in a slightly different way.

(Barndances) Joe Ryan's, The Hills of Tara - Bb/F Concertina

I played two barndances. I like playing barndances on the concertina though I know few barndances...

I played a Jeffries Bb/F concertina.

(Waltz) Margaret's - Concertina

I learned this waltz from my wife recently. I like it, though I've never heard them playing it at sessions.

I played a Jeffries C/G concertina.

(Hornpipes) The Fairies' Hornpipe, Willy Walshe's Hornpipe - Ab/Eb Concertina

I learned these tunes many years ago. You can find them in "Traditional Irish Tin Whistle Tutor" by Geraldine Cotter.

I played a Jeffries Ab/Eb concertina.

(Reels) The Mullingar Lea, Miss Monaghan - Flute

I learned the first reel when I joined a house session last month. I use a short F key many times when I play it.

I guess the second reel is a famous and popular tune.

I played my Grinter flute.

(Reels) Martin Wynne's No.4, Martin Wynne's No.3 - Flute

I learned the first reel when I joined a house session last month. It is hard for me to remember and play smoothly...

The second reel is one of my favorite tunes!

I played my Grinter flute.

(Slides) John Kelly's, If I Had a Wife - House Session

We joined a house session in Kyoto last month. I learned this set of slides from my friend, who is a button accordion player, a few years ago.

Satomi played her Dipper concertina and I played my Grinter flute.

«(Reels) P. Joe's Swallow's Tail, Micho Russell's Fermoy Lasses - Flute

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