jaychoons

tunebook 77 tunes.

My name is Jay Gilbert. I was born in and spent most of my formative years in Madison, NJ. I didn’t really play music until I graduated high school, when I p:icked up an electric bass as my graduation present . Met my good friend Brad Maloney @ the same time, but mostly through skateboarding together. Played music together some years later, in the underground/ avant-garde sensation "Rogayne". The leader of that group was moving to Providence, RI & needed a roomate, so off to New England I went (with Brad moving up as well, a few months later). Within a year, Brad finally convinced me to bring my guitar along to a local trad session, where I quickly got "the bug"- I’ve been playing ITM as a backer for the better part of 15 years now, tenor banjo for about 11 or 12 years. I do quite a bit of composing in the Irish Traditional idiom, as well (wether or not anybody ends up playing the stuff, whatever; I simply enjoy the challenge of creating a tune within traditional constraints- not that I’m done learning trad tunes, mind you!)

What now follows are a few of my prouder compositional moments. You may notice that a few of the tunes also include accompaniment as well. These sound best (yes, I know- most MIDI files sound AWFUL) when played back using the "Acoustic Grand Piano" sound (for BOTH voices) in ABCexplorer. Because at least it sounds pretty close to an actual PIANO. The "fiddle" sound should be used to torture detainees at Guantanamo Bay. Not sure how well ABC2Win does with multiple voices, or for that matter if Barfly can handle it. Don’t care- you should be running ABCexplorer by now, anyway. It’s a superior program, and it’s FREE. Heck, it might even force you to learn a little French, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. But I digress, here’s the choons:

X:1
T:The New Arrivals
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Written on the occasion of meeting Bouzouki / Guitar player John Coyne
N:& his wife Lisa (flute & whistle) for the first time. I met them at
N: the session at the Rí Rá Pub in Providence, RI and enjoyed many hours
N:of great music with them during their years living there.
M:6/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=120
R:Jig
K:Edor
|:D|~E3 EDB,|A,B,D FAB|AFE D2 E|FAd faf|
.e/.f/ed edB|dBe dBA|~F3 AFD|FED E2:|
|:F|GBe dBG|AFD dAF|GBe def|afd e2 f|
~g3 gfe|~f3 fed|BAF dAF|EFD E2:|
|:B|eBB efg|fdd fab|afa baf|afd Adf|
e3 {f}edB|~d3 edB|ABc dAF|AFD E2:|

X:2
T:New Year, The
R:Hornpipe
C:Jay Gilbert
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=165
K:D
|:dc|BDFB dfbf | gfeg fdBd | (3cdc Bc AFED |
CEAc ecdc | BDFB cdec | dFAd fgaf |
(3gag (3fgf ecde | fdcd B2 ::(3ABc | dFAd fAdf |
aAfA dAFD |EG,B,E GBed | (3cdc Bc Acdc |
BDFB cdec | dFAd fgaf | (3gag (3fgf ecde | fdcd B2 :|

X:3
T:Kevin O’Brien’s Favourite
R:Hornpipe
C:Jay Gilbert
N:This hornpipe got its title long after being written.
N:I played the tune for my good friend & musical cohort,
N:Boston Piper / Whistler / Fiddler Kevin O’Brien at a
N:session one evening. I had played many of my previous
N:efforts for him, but this was the first one that he
N:actually liked. To me, this was high praise indeed,
N:for he is a bit of a "traditionalist" (not that I think
N:there’s anything wrong with that, mind you). It also solved
N:the problem of what to name the blasted thing!
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=165
K:G
Bc | dgfd cAFA | (3GFG AF GABc | ADFA ceag |
(3fga ge fdcA | dgfd cAFA | GBAF GABc |
AD (3DDD AD (3DDD | cAFA G2 :: Bc |
dgfa gbag | fage fdef | gdBd ceag | (3fga ge fdcA |
dgfd cAFA | GBAF GABc | AD (3DDD AD (3DDD |
cAFA G2 :|]

X:4
T:Closing the Pub
R:Hornpipe
C:Jay Gilbert
N:The weekly Tuesday night session at Patrick’s Pub in
N:Providence normally runs from 8-11 p.m. However, Kevin
N:O’Brien is usually a late arrival on most nights due to
N:the drive down from Boston. On many such occasions
N:(in the past, when Jimmy Murphy was still tending bar)
N:myself, Kevin, and other assorted lunatics would play
N:& talk about music until it was well past "Last Call",
N:hence the title!
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=165
K:D
AG | FdAF GBeg | fdec dfaf | (3gag (3fgf ecde |
fdAF E2 AG | FdAF GBeg | fdec dfaf | (3gag fg ecaf |
gece d2 :: fg | afdf gbag | fAeA dfaf | ecAF GBeg |
fdAF E2 AG | FdAF GBeg | fdec dfaf | (3gag fg ecaf |
gece d2 :|

X:5
T:Denis & Dermot’s
R:reel
C:Jay Gilbert
N:In honor of Denis Liddy & Dermot Lernihan’s short visit to Rhode Island
N:(they were my guests after a house concert put on by Brad Maloney, and
N:very gracious guests at that, considering the cramped quarters of my
N:apartment!
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:C
|:GEED ~E3 D | CEGE AEGE | FEDE FAde |fedc BGFA |
| GEED ~E3 D | CEGE .A2 GE |FEDE FAdc |1 BGFD C3 E :|2 BGAB c3 d ||
|:eccB ~c3 d | ecgc acge | fedc (A/B/c) de |fefa gfed |
| ecdB cBAG | ~E3 D CEAG |FEDE FAdc |1 BGAB c3 d :|2 BGFD C3 E ||

X:6
T:Tony Duffy’s
R:hornpipe
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Named for a cousin of Patrick Griffin, the owner of Patrick’s Pub
N:in Providence, Rhode Island. The weekly Tuesday night session has
N:been there since about 1997 or so. Patrick’s cousin Tony, besides being
N:a man of the cloth, is also a fine box player. We had some great nights
N:of tunes when he came to visit from Manchester, England some years ago
N:now. This tune is in memory of the great craic we had during his stay.
M:4/4
K:F
(3CDE | FEFG AGAB | cdec {e}f2 ed |cAfA cfaf | (3gag (3fed (3cdc (3BAG |
FEFG AGFE | DCDE FEDC |B,DFD CEGE | (3FGF EG F2 :| EF |
DFAd FAdf | ecgc acga | bge^c dAFE |(3DED FA d2 de |
f2 cA d2 BG |AFGE FEDC | B,DFD CEGE | (3FGF EG F2 :|

X:7
T:Murphy’s March
R:Jig
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Written for Jimmy Murphy, former bartender at Patrick’s Pub in
N:Providence, Rhode Island. He is also a cousin of local fiddler
N:Sheila Falls, who won an All-Ireland fiddle title in Listowel,
N:County Kerry in the mid-1980’s. He had requested that I write
N:a march using his family surname in Gaelic. I believe that would
N:translate as "Máirseáil Uí Mhurchú", but I felt a bit pretentious
N:since I speak not a word of Gaelic. So "Murphy’s March" it is!
M:6/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=100
K:D
| DEF AFE | DEF AFA | B2 A B2 A |Bed BAF |
DEF AFE | DEF AFA |B/2c/2de fdB |1 AFD E2 F :|2 AFD EFA ||
|:B2 A B2 A | Bee gfe | fdg fdg | fdB AFA |
(Bd/B/A) (Bd/B/A) | Bee gfe | fdB ABd |1 BAF EFA :|2 BAF E2 F ||

X:8
T:Laurel’s Visit
R:Jig
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Written after a wonderful afternoon at a session run
N:by Cranston, RI fiddler Jimmy Devine. On the day in
N:question, we were visited by fiddler Laurel Martin, a
N:former student of Clare fiddler Seamus Connolly. She
N:and her husband travelled down from Massachusetts to
N:have some tunes. The chemistry was so good that an
N:especially great time was had by all parties. It
N:left such an impression that this tune appeared
N:from the ether in one piece, complete!
M:6/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=120
K:G
|:B2 A BGG|BAA BGE|DEG ABd|edB cBA|
B2 A BGG|BAA BGE|DEG Adc|1 BGF G2 A:|2 BGF GBd||
|:~g3 fed|gee fdd|~g3 fed|fee e2 f|
gag fed|cBA BGE|DEG Adc|1 BGF GBd:|2 BGF G2 A||

X:9
T:The Flying Clock
R:Reel
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Written after a VERY late night at the home of my
N:good friend, storyteller and fiddler Tony Gutierrez.
N:The occasion was a birthday party for the man himself.
N:After the majority of the guests had left, Tony, my friends
N:Kevin, Alan, Brad and myself continued with tunes, drink and
N:conversation until WELL past hours any sane person
N:would keep! At some point, Brad asked "What time is it,
N:anyway?". Tony’s answer, "4:30." , was met with an
N:appropriate string of expletives from all parties,
N:bringing the evening to a close. Time flies, to be sure!
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Dmix
|: FG | A2 FD ADFD | ~G3 A BGAG | Addc Addc | AGAB c2 Bc |
A2 FD ADFD | G2 AB c2 Bc | Adde fgag | fdAF G2 :||: FG |
Adde fgaf | ~g3 a gfed | eaag eaag | fdAB c2 Bc |
Adde fded | efga .b2 ag | ~a3 g fgag | fdAF G2 :|

X:10
T:The Small Hours
R:Slip Jig
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Written for Fluter Josh Kane, who at the time of composition
N:was running a commercial cleaning business that serviced
N:office buildings after regular business hours. This meant
N:he was usually working well into "The Small Hours".
M:9/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=110
K:Edor
|:D|~E3 EFG FED|GEF .G2 B AFD|GFG (B/c/dB) ABd|BAF EFD .E2:|
|:F|~G3 BAG ABd|e3 efg fed|.g2 e fed (B/c/dA)|BAF EFD .E2:|

X:11
T:The Mockingbird
R:Slip Jig
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Another slip jig for my friend Josh, (obviously) to
N:go with "The Small Hours".
M:9/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=110
K:G
D|:DED .G2 B ABd|~g3 edB AGE|DED .G2 B AGF|~G3 AGF G2 E:|
|:.c2 E EDE cBA|BGE DEG A2 B|.c2 E EDE cBA|~B3 AGF G2 E:|

X:12
T:The Long Wrong Turn
R:Reel
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Written after a somewhat disastrous road trip I took with
N:Boston fiddler/piper Kevin O’Brien. We decided to
N:take a break from our regular Tuesday night session in
N:Providence to visit an old friend of ours, fluter
N:Jim Gleeson. He holds a regular Tuesday night session
N:at Stone’s Public House in Ashland, Massachusetts
N:that we had wanted to check out for some time, so off
N:we went. Unfortunately, Jim’s directions were a bit
N:vague; all we knew for sure was that, at a certain point,
N:we were to take a left and the pub should then be
N:there on our left. Well, we took a left a bit too early,
N:and after about 45 minutes of driving decided that
N:we were hopelessly lost! After getting some better directions,
N:we got our bearings and found the place, with
N:little more than an hour left to play. It was a good hour,
N:though, and we’ve been back many times since (with
N:far better navigational success!).
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=190
K:Emix
|:FD|EFAF .B2 AF|BFAF DEFD|~E3 F DEFA|.d2 ec dBAF|
EFAF ~B3 c|defd .e2 ef|gefa geBc|1dBAF E2:|2dBAF .E2||
|:ef|geBe geBc|dAFA defa|gebe geBc|defd e2 ef|
.g2 fa geBc|dBce dBAF|=G3 B AFDE|1FDAF .E2:|2FDAF E2||

X:13
T:The Sets At The Pub
R:Slide
C:Jay Gilbert
N:This and the slide that follows it ("Barry & Pat’s")
N:evoke memories of many enjoyable Sunday afternoons at
N:Ri Ra Pub in Providence, where Barry & Pat Callahan
N: & friends would dance the Kerry Set (and many other
N:sets as well). I’ve found playing for dancers to be
N:great craic; slides are a personal favorite! I’ve
N:written the tune out in both octaves, should you
N:decide to "double up" with a friend or group of friends.
M:12/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=140
K:G
V:1
|:A|BAB g2 B A2 B G2 B|A2 B d2 B A2 B c2 A|BAB g2 B A2 B G2 B|c2 e a2 g f2 d c2:|
|:A|BAB g2 B c2 e a2 g|f2 d e2 g f2 d c2 A|BAB g2 B c2 e a2 g|f2 d cBA G3 G2:|
V:2
|:A,|B,A,B, G2 B, A,2 B, G,2 B,|A,2 B, D2 B, A,2 B, C2 A,|B,A,B, G2 B, A,2 B, G,2 B,|C2 E A2 G F2 D C2:|
|:A,|B,A,B, G2 B, C2 E A2 G|F2 D E2 G F2 D C2 A,|B,A,B, G2 B, C2 E A2 G|F2 D CB,A, G,3 G,2:|

X:14
T:Barry & Pat’s
R:Slide
C:Jay Gilbert
M:12/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=140
K:Ador
V:1
|:B|cBA a2 f g2 e d2 B|G2 B d2 B A2 B G2 B|cBA e2 a gfe a2 f|g2 e d2 B A3 A2:|
|:B|cBA A2 c B2 A G2 B|A2 B d2 B e2 B d2 g|e2 a a2 f gfe a2 f|g2 e d2 B A3 A2:|
V:2
|:B,|CB,A, A2 F G2 E D2 B,|G,2 B, D2 B, A,2 B, G,2 B,|CB,A, E2 A GFE A2 F|G2 E D2 B, A,3 A,2:|
|:B,|CB,A, A,2 C B,2 A, G,2 B,|A,2 B, D2 B, E2 B, D2 G|E2 A A2 F GFE A2 F|G2 E D2 B, A,3 A,2:|

X:15
T:The Windham Reel
R:Reel
C:Jay Gilbert
N:This reel came to me while driving through the countryside in
N:Windham, Connecticut on a beautiful Autumn afternoon in October of
N:2010. The fall foliage was especially vibrant at the time I happened
N:to be driving through the area, & I wrote the tune when I arrived
N:home that night. It works well in E dorian also.
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=190
K:Gdor
|:A|BAGF GABc|dBcA ~B3 d|cAGA .F2 CF|AFcF dFcA|
BAGF GABc|d3 e fgaf|~g3 e fage|1fdcA G3:|2fdcA G2||
|:(A/B/c)|dgge fage|.f2 cf Afcf|~g3 e fage|fdcA GABc|
dgge fage|~f3 g afef|d3 e fage|1fdcA G2:|2fdcA G3||

X:16
T:Laugh As Long As You Breathe
T:(For Gail Baker Gilbert)
C:Jay Gilbert
N:I wrote this barndance shortly after I went to a well-attended
N:memorial service for my Mom; it was held in the Spring after her
N:passing in November 2008. The title is shared by a DVD
N:retrospective put together by my sister with help from my Dad.
N:Anyone who ever heard her wonderfully ridiculous laugh might be able
N:to hear a bit of it in this melody; at least I think I can!
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=154
R:Hornpipe
K:D
V:1
"Barndance"|:(3ABc|dAFA f2 ec|dAFA .f2 ed|cBAB cdef|geaf .g2 fe|
dAFA f2 ec|dAFA .f2 ed|cBAB cdeg|.f2 .d2 d2:|
|:cd|~B3c defd|.B2 FB defd|e2 cA EAce|.a2 ec dBcA|
~B3c defd|.B2 FB defd|eAce afge|1.f2 .d2 d2:|2.f2 .d2 d2||
|:ag|~f3g afge|fefg .a2 gf|edcB ABcd|efga .b2 ag|
~f3g afge|fefg .a2 gf|edcd efga|1.f2 .d2 d2:|2.f2 .d2 d2|]
V:2
|:z2|D,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]A,,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]|D,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]A,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]|C,,2.[C,2E,2G,2]B,,A,,G,,E,,|.A,,,2.B,,,2.=C,,2.^C,,2|
D,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]A,,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]|D,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]A,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]|C,,2.[C,2E,2G,2]A,,2.[C,2E,2G,2]|.A,,,2.D,,2[D,2F,2A,,2]:|
|:z2|B,,2.[D,2F,2B,2]F,,2.[D,2F,2B,2]|B,,2.[D,2F,2B,2][^G,,4B,,4D,4]|A,,2.[C,2E,2A,2]E,,2.[C,2E,2A,2]|A,,2.[C,2E,2A,2][F,,4^A,,4E,4]|
B,,2.[D,2F,2B,2]F,,2.[D,2F,2B,2]|B,,2.[D,2F,2B,2]D,,2.[D,2F,2B,2]|.[A,,2A,2].[^A,,2^A,2].[B,,2B,2].[C,2C2]|1.[D,2D2]z2[F,,2^A,,2E,2]:|2.D,2.A,,2.F,,2||
|:.E,,2|D,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]A,,,2.[C,2E,2G,2]|D,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]A,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]|E,,2F,,2G,,2^G,,2|.[A,,2A,2].[G,,2G,2].[F,,2F,2].[E,,2E,2]|
D,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]A,,,2.[C,2E,2G,2]|D,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]A,,2.[A,2D,2F,2]|.[C,2C2].[A,,2A,2].[G,,2G,2].[E,,2E,2]|1.D,2.A,,2.F,,2:|2.D,2.A,,2D,,2|]

X:17
T:Jack Duggan’s Barndance
C:Jay Gilbert
N:An adaptation of a thoroughly repellent (to my taste, anyway)
N:SONG wherein said character’s name is mentioned. I won’t tell
N:you which one it is, but I’ll at least let you know that it
N:ISN’T "The Unicorn"…
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=144
R:Hornpipe
K:C
V:1
G,B,|CB,CD ED (3EFG|.A2 .D2 DEDC|.B,2 .G,2 EFED|(3CDC B,D CDEF|
.G2 .c2 cdcA|BcBA FEDE|(F2{G/}F)G (3BcB (3ABA|(G2{A/}G)A GFEF|
.G2 .c2 cdcA|BcBA FEDE|(F2{G/}F)G (3BcB (3ABA|(G2{A/}G)A GFED|
CB,CD ED (3EFG|.A2 .D2 DEDC|.B,2 .G,2 EFED|.C2 CB, C2|]
V:2
G,,,z|C,,2 .[E,2G,2] E,,2 .[C,2E,2]|F,,2 .[F,2A,2] D,,2 .[F,2A,2]|G,,2 .[B,2F,2] B,,2 .[F,2B,2]|.[C,2E,2G,2].[B,,2F,2G,2] C,B,,A,,G,,|
C,,2 .[E,2G,2] E,,2 .[E,2G,2]|F,,2 .[A,2F,2] D,,2 .[A,2F,2]|G,,2 .[D,2F,2] B,,,2 .[D,2F,2]|C,,2 .[E,2G,2] G,,,A,,,_B,,,=B,,,|
C,,2 .[E,2G,2] E,,2 .[E,2G,2]|F,,2 .[A,2F,2] D,,2 .[A,2F,2]|G,,2 .[D,2F,2] B,,,2 .[D,2F,2]|C,,2 .[E,2G,2] [G,,2D,2F,2]_B,,,=B,,,|
C,,2 .[E,2G,2] E,,2 .[C,2E,2]|F,,2 .[F,2A,2] D,,2 .[F,2A,2]|G,,2 .[F,2B,2] B,,2 .[F,2B,2]|.[C,2E,2G,2].[G,,2B,,2F,2G,2][C,2E,2G,2]|]

X:18
T:Compliments to Captain Simon Fraser
T:Strathspey
C:Jay Gilbert
N:Inspired by the great music of
N:Captain Simon Fraser’s "Airs and
N:Melodies Peculiar to the Highlands
N:of Scotland and the Isles". This
N:excellent collection of Traditional
N:Scottish tunes features melodies
N:collected between the years of
N:1715 and 1745 by Simon Fraser’s
N:Paternal Grandfather. Its content
N:has been an unfathomable source of
N:inspiration to myself, and it is my
N:hope to introduce it to as many
N:Traditional Music enthusiasts as possible.
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=128
K:D
V:1
|:G,/|A,>DF>E D<B,B,>D|A,>DF>B A<FF>A|B/c/d c>A B>EG>B|1A>DF>E D<B, B,z/:|2 A>DF>A d<B B>||
c|d>ef>e d<BB>d|A<FF>A B>AF>A|d>ef>e d<BB>d|A<FE<D B2 B>c|
d>ef>e d<fB<d|A<dF<A B>AF>A|(3Bcd (3cBA (3BAG (3FED|A,>DF>E D<B, B,>|]
V:2
|:z/|.D,,2 .D,2 [G,3G,,3]z|.D,,2 .D,2 [F,,3A,3C,3]z|[D2G,2][C2G,2][G,3E,3B,3]z|1 .D,,2 F,,>A,, [G,,3B,,3D,3]z/:|2 .D,,2 F,,>A,, [B,,2D,2F,2]-[B,,D,F,]>||
z|B,2 A,2 [G,3D,3B,,3]z|[F,3D,3A,,3]z [F,,3B,,3D,3]z|D,,2 F,,2 [G,,3B,,3D,3]z|.F,,2C,<A,,[F,3B,,3D,3]z|
D2 C2 B,2 G,2|A,2 F,2 G,2 A,2|.[B,2B,,2].[A,2A,,2].[G,2G,,2].[F,2F,,2]|.D,,2 F,,>A,, [B,,2D,2G,2G,,2]-[B,,D,G,G,,]>|]

X:19
T:Untitled Jig (D Major)
C:Jay Gilbert
M:6/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=90
K:D
V:1
|:c|dcB cBA|(A{d}B/>A/B) AFD|F2 (E {F/}E)DE|F2 E EFA|
.d2 B cBA|(B/c/dB) AFE|FED EFA|B3 B2:|
|:c|dcB cde|(e{a}f/>e/f) ede|.f2 d efa|baf ecA|
(B/c/dB) cde|fed efa|baf ecA|B3 B2:|
V:2
|:z|+mf+[F,3B,3] [E,3A,3]|[D,3G,3] [D,3F,3]|z2 .[A,,A,] z2 .[C,A,]|z2 .[C,C] z2 .[E,C]|
[F,3B,3] [E,3A,3]|[D,3G,3] [D,3F,3]|z2 .[F,A,] z2 .[D,A,]|[B,,3D,3G,3]-[B,,2D,2G,2]:|
|:z|[D,3F,3B,3] [E,3A,3]|[F,2A,2D2]z [A,2C2] z|z2 .[F,A,] z2 .[F,A,]|z2 .[F,B,] z2 .[F,A,]|
[D,2F,2B,2]z [E,2A,2]z|[F,2A,2D2]z [A,2C2] z|z2 .[F,A,] z2 .[D,A,]|[B,,3D,3G,3]-[B,,2D,2G,2]:|
V:3
|:A,,,|+mf+B,,,3 A,,,3|G,,3 D,,3|.A,,,2 z .C,,2 z|.E,,2 z .A,,2 z|
B,,,3 A,,,3|G,,3 F,,3|.D,,2 z F,,2 z|G,,3 G,,,2:|
|:A,,,|B,,,3 C,,3|D,,3 E,,3|.D,,2 z .A,,,2 z|.B,,,2 z .F,,,2 A,,,|
B,,,2z C,,2z|D,,2z E,,2z|.D,,2 z F,,2 z|G,,3 G,,,2:|

X:20
T:The Smiling Fiddle
T:(for Brendan Tonra 1935-2014)
C:Jay Gilbert
N:For Brendan Tonra, whose fiddle seemed never to produce any gloom;
N:even the darkest minor key sounded bright and sunny when he played it!
N:Rest in peace, my friend!
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=145
R:Hornpipe
K:Fmaj
V:1
|:CE|(3FGF EG FAcf|afcA B2 AB|G(c {d//}(3c=Bc) e(c {d//}(3c=Bc)|dc=Bc _BGEC|
(3FGF EG FAcf|afcA B2 ga|bgec BGEG|.F2 .A2 F2:|
|:GF|E(c {d//}(3c=Bc) dcBc|f(c {d//}(3c=Bc) dcBA|(3GAG ^FA G=Bd=f|ec=Bc _BGEC|
(3FGF EG FAcf|afcA B2 ga|bgec BGEG|.F2 .A2 F2:|
V:2
|:z2|.[F,2A,2C,2].[E,2G,2C,2][F,3A,3C,3]z|z2 .[F,A,C,]z [F,3B,3D3]z|z2 .[C,E,B,] z z2 {x//}.[E,G,B,]z|z2 .[C,E,G,] z z2 {x//}.[E,G,B,]z|
.[F,2A,2C,2].[E,2G,2C,2][F,3A,3C,3]z|z2 .[F,A,C,]z [F,3B,3D3]z|z2 .[E,G,C] z z2 .[E,G,B,] z|.[C,2F,2A,2] .[C,2E,2C2] [F,2A,2C,2]:|
|:z2|z2 {x//}.[C,E,G,]z z2 .[E,G,C]z|z2 {x//}.[C,F,A,]z z2 .[F,A,C]z|.[D,2G,2=B,2] .[D,2^F,2A,2] [D,3G,3B,3] z|z2 .[C,E,G,]z z2.[E,G,_B,]z|
.[F,2A,2C,2].[E,2G,2C,2][F,3A,3C,3]z|z2 .[F,A,C,]z [F,3B,3D3]z|z2 .[E,G,C] z z2 .[E,G,B,] z|.[C,2F,2A,2] .[C,2E,2C2] [F,2A,2C,2]:|
V:3
|:C,,2|.F,,2 .C,,2 F,,3 z|F,,2 z2 B,,,2 z2|C,,2 z2 E,,2 z2|G,,2 z2 C,2 z2|
.F,,2 .C,,2 F,,3 z|F,,2 z2 B,,,2 z2|C,,2 z2 E,,2 z2|.F,,2 .C,,2 F,,2:|
|:z2|C,,2 z2 E,,2 z2|F,,2 z2 A,,2 z2|.G,,2 .D,,2 G,,2 z2|C,2 z2 E,,2 z2|
.F,,2 .C,,2 F,,3 z|F,,2 z2 B,,,2 z2|C,,2 z2 E,,2 z2|.F,,2 .C,,2 F,,2:|