Rose Anne’s polka

Also known as Polca Rose Anne.

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

Rose Anne's has been added to 12 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Rose Anne's
R: polka
M: 2/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|:A>G Ac|B>A Bc|A>G Ac|ea a2|A>G Ac|B>A Bc|AF EF|1D2 DE:|2D2 D2||:
eA Ac|B/c/B/A/ Bc|eA Ac|ea a>f|eA Ac|B/c/B/A/ Bc|AF EF|1D2 D2:|2D2 DE||
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X: 2
T: Rose Anne's
R: polka
M: 2/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: D/ |G2 GB | A>^G AB | G>F G/A/B | dg- g>e |
G>F GB | A/B/A/^G/ AB | G/A/G/E/ D/E/F | [C2G2c2]- [C3/G3/c3/] :|
|: e/ |dG- GB | A/B/A/G/ E/F/G/B/ | dG GB | dg gf/e/ |
dG GB | A>G E/F/G/B/ | A/B/A/G/ ED | [C2G2c2]- [C3/G3/c3/] :|
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Two comments

Source: "Many’s A Wild Night - Domhnach Is Dalach" by Jackie Daly
Transcription: gmp

“Rose Anne’s Polka”

"Jackie Daly: Domhnach Is Dalach/Many’s A Wild Night"
Gael Linn, Dublin, 1995/2008 ~ CEFCD 176
http://www.gael-linn.ie/
http://thesession.org/recordings/899

Track 12, the 1st polka in a set of three
N: "The first polka comes from the playing of Maurice O’Keeffe as does the last tune in this set. ‘Rose Ann’s’ is one of the earliest runtes Maurice remembers learning from his teacher and neighbour, John Lenihan."