antemil

31, hombre, España
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  • hibaideiedra

    Aupa! Soy Hibai Deiedra trovador sin ley desde tierras vascas, os dejo mi espcio esperando que me ayudeis y disfruteis de mi musica. http://www.lastfm.es/music/Hibai+Deiedra (Celtic roots, folk, BSO) Hi! I am Hibai Deiedra Outlaw troubadour from basque lands, I leave my room waiting for help me and enjoy my music. http://www.lastfm.es/music/Hibai+Deiedra (Celtic roots, folk, BSO)

    2 Feb 2009 Responder
  • antemil

    Finnish folk is awesome! Although I'm an irish/scottish/celtic folk lover!

    30 Ago 2008 Responder
  • Peter_Piper

    Hehe, that's just a return to the beginning of my adventure with bagpipes and Asturian folk :) I have some albums from Felpeyu, Llan de Cubel and Milladoiro also and am planning to have a better listen soon ;) Nevertheless, thanks for the recommendations! All the best! PS: Hope you're doing great with your fiddle :)

    21 Jun 2008 Responder
  • LrSt

    Joer tío, te estás haciendo más heavy que el viento!

    5 Jun 2008 Responder
  • Peter_Piper

    That's a beautiful fiddle, no doubt about it. Thanks for showing me these photos. As for me, I'm having a great time with my bodhran. Though not played in properly yet, it's got a pretty decent sound, when we take the price into account. I'm sure you will become a pro at the fiddle in no time :) Cheers!

    2 May 2008 Responder
  • LrSt

    Nuestra compatibilidad musical roza el nulo xDDD.

    12 Mar 2008 Responder
  • Hedred

    Thanks for recomending Felpeyu . I've listened to their track and I'm placing them among my new favourites. Greetings

    7 Feb 2008 Responder
  • Peter_Piper

    Cool! I've heard that Generation makes very good whistles. Wish my Feadog was made of nickel and not copper. Good luck with the fiddle. I don't know if I would have enough determination to take it up. I think pipes are pretty much my limit ;P

    5 Feb 2008 Responder
  • Peter_Piper

    Nice to see that :) Thanks for the link. Interesting that they are using Hevia's MidiPipe here. How you've been recently? Hope everything is fine. Btw. I have ordered a 16 bodhran recently and now am waiting for the delivery. I cannot wait when I will start banging away on it ;) Cheers!

    5 Feb 2008 Responder
  • Hedred

    Thanks for your shout. I'll definetely check out Felpeyu. If your're interested in visiting Celtic Music Festivals in Poland, feel free to ask. BTW,why I haven't seen you in my neighborhood before? We hit maximum music compatibility. Greetings from cold and windy Poland!

    5 Feb 2008 Responder
  • antemil

    Of course! Bubbles rulez! :P I'm a proud fan of her! \^^/

    20 Nov 2007 Responder
  • Ulfherjar

    Hehe! Bubbles!

    20 Nov 2007 Responder
  • antemil

    Pos deja de escuchar Shakira y escucha a los grandes de la ITM ^^

    20 Abr 2007 Responder
  • tritinia

    Voy bajando... ahora sólo soy Very Low... :(

    18 Abr 2007 Responder
  • tritinia

    hola niño! Sólo era pa saludarte... :D

    11 Abr 2007 Responder
  • MoireachMaolain

    hola antemiiiiil :) ¿Qué tal te va la vida?

    28 Mar 2007 Responder
  • antemil

    Thanks! \^^/

    10 Mar 2007 Responder
  • tobyyyy

    respect from your list. really nice!

    8 Mar 2007 Responder
  • Peter_Piper

    Thanks for sending the friend request, I`ve accepted it right away :) Northumbrian and Uilleann Pipes indeed are quieter but are also more difficult to learn (keys to push while playing, keyed chanters, etc.). Scottish Smallpipes are a good choice, they have the same fingering as the GHB but are way quieter. I love Spanish folk! Thanks for the recommendation. I`ll look for Felpeyu. See you soon!

    1 Feb 2007 Responder
  • Peter_Piper

    No problem :) So that`s the trick for high listening rate :D I`d love to learn the Irish bouzouki but now, pipes come first. I`m not a musical genius, nevertheless I took up the GHB. So maybe you could try as well (e.g. Gaita Galega and Asturiana are less demanding when it comes to blowing than the Scottish pipes)? Btw. where exactly in Spain are you from? Hope to hear from you soon! :)

    30 Ene 2007 Responder
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Learning fiddle, irish bouzouki and whistle, interested on gaeilge and portugues.
I enjoy reading, writting, playing and having a good time with pals.