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I play "Sean No Cottifall"

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I play "The Irish Show"

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I play 1650

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Double bassist John Hughes interprets five tunes generated by folk-rnn (v2) at a concert at the University of Hamburg, Dec. 9 2017.

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Luca Turchet debuts The Smart Manodlin, November 20 2017. The tunes heard in this work come from the folk-rnn v2 Session Book, volume 1 (of 10)

The tunes appearing in this work are the following (numbers in the volume above): 8 (1m22s), 25 (2m22s), 84, 233, 129, 193 (5m00s), 196, 201, 2 (7m09s), 18 (7m25s), 38 (7m50s), 1992, 2072, 2152, 2161, 154, 163, 204, 301.

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Jennifer Walshe premiers her new work featuring computer-generated text.

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Played by Bob L. Sturm

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I interpret a transcription generated by folk-rnn v2, and analysed here: https://highnoongmt.wordpress.com/2018/01/03/making-sense-of-the-folk-rnn-v2-model-part-5/

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A recording of a session featuring Machine Folk music at the 2018 QMUL Festival of Ideas, April 26 2018. Musicians include Bob Sturm (accordion), Sandy Rogers (fiddle), Luca Turchet (mandolin), Emmanouil Benetos (accordion), Michael Mcloughlin (tin whistle), Dan Stowell (melodica and bones), Cornelia Metzig (guitar)

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Played by Bob L. Sturm (melodeon) and Carla T. Sturm (flute)