No one is allowed to post copyrighted material on this website. This website is dedicated to the archiving of Traditional Irish Music.
If you are editing a tune or a song, attempt to customize the style to be that which is common to the Pacific Northwest or Inland Northwest of the United States of America.
The website is set up to sign musicians in to their individual account. Their account can be used for establishing playlists, marking their expertise on a tune (lead, follow or neither), recording what tunes they played during a group session, and viewing the sheet music of all tunes played during that session, in the order in which the tunes were played (or at least marked as played). By establishing their individual playlists, the website can recommend what tunes the present musicians have in common. By reviewing the history of tunes which were played in a particular order, the website can recommend what tunes might be played following a tune which one of the musicians (the one whose turn it is in a circle) suggested playing next.
Each of the musicians in Spokane has a dedicated account. The account was manually inserted by Bryce after their attendance at their first or second session.
The musicians were able to sign in using their first and last name and either their email address on record or their phone number on record.
With the availability of Facebook Login, that sign-in method can be used in place of that personal contact information verification.
The email address used on a Facebook account must match the email address on-file for the website.
At this time, no account is immediately created, and Facebook login is only used to connect to an existing account. For the language assistance of Facebook staff reviewing this, that means that No new personal Facebook information is stored during the Facebook login process, and thus no special steps are required for the removal of Facebook-associated account information.
If you would like to have your account removed (especially if you are permanently moving out fo Spokane), contact Bryce either by responding to the email sent to you with the sheet music PDF or by messaging him through the Facebook private group. You can also message Bryce via Facebook Messenger here: https://www.facebook.com/brycemorrison
If you are new to the circle of Celtic musicians in Spokane and would like to have a Spokane Sessions profile of your own, start a Facebook conversation with Bryce, providing the email address which you use to sign in to Facebook. This will become the same email address where the sheet music PDFs will be emailed to.