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Here's a wee experiment. This tune is featured in my latest vlog which you can watch here.
Hans and Mikki's Reel
This tune took me 7 years to write and I recorded it with fiddler Adam Sutherland and guitarist Michael Carr! Watch my vlog on how it came about https://youtu.be/MX1dDzJRqfs
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Deil Tak The War - Simon Thoumire and David McGuinness
This tune is taken from my vlog - On Being Curious - where I look into tunes with 'Devil' in the title. I found De'il Tak the War in The Caledonian Muse (1790) and then found out about it's history - it was written by Thomas D'Urfey in circa 1696. Thanks to the fabulous David McGuinness for 1. suggesting we perform it on harpsichord and 2. playing the harpsichord!
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St Mungo's Welcome to Scott Skinner by Simon Thoumire and Michael Bryan
This is St Mungo's Welcome to Scott Skinner played by me and great guitarist Michael Bryan. It's James Scott Skinner tune and was written for the Celtic Tournament at Glasgow 4th Nov 1889. It appears in his Harp and Claymore Collection of music.
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Yes Sir I Can Boogie by Ian Carr
This tune - Yes Sir I Can Boogie - was written by Ian Carr and we recorded it in Sundsvall in Sweden! It's a funny tune!
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Simon Thoumire Podcast Theme Tune
I've started a new podcast on the Anchor.fm platform which means it is time to write a new theme tune! I'm very lucky to know some very talented musicians and piano player Ryan Corbett contributed some fabulous piano to this track. It's the best thing about it! You can listen to the podcast at https://anchor.fm/simon-thoumire