Tom C, when you want to move on from "Harvest Home" there's another neat melody, this time in A, called "The Laird of Drumblair" which you can find in the Fiddler's Fakebook as well as ABC Tunefinder. #Compared to HH, the burst of trip-a-lets is twice as long in both the A and B Parts. #Whichever triplet pattern you decide to cultivate, this tune should help you hard-wire it into your motor cortex! #It's a beautiful composition which I heard first on a Bothy Band album, at a tempo I never expect to attain, DUD/DUD or otherwise! #-- #Paul
He joyously felt himself idling, an unreflective mood in which water was water, sky was sky, breeze was breeze. He knew it couldn't last. -- Thomas McGuane, "Nothing but Blue Skies"