Okay, I'll bite, or bear the brunt of being the messenger to the naked
emperor: What advantage is there to playing Irish music in Eb at a session
unless it's Irish, uh, jazz? The flutes and whistles will just be all that
much (a half tone) screechier, for one, on a lot of the tunes that sound
okay in D and G on the pipes ... All this to accomodate a shorter flute?
And I say this as a guy with a slightly longer, uh, flute.
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