An Dro D’Elven barndance

Also known as En Dro D’Elven.

An Dro D'Elven has been added to 34 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: An Dro D'Elven
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
G2 d2 B2 G2 |d2 de dc AB |c2 cd B2 G2 |AB cB Ad cd |
G2 d2 B2 G2 |d2 de dc AB |c2 cd B2 GA |BG AF G4 :|
|:G2 c2 A2 d2 |G2 GA Bc AB |c2 cd B2 G2 |AB cB Ad cd |
G2 c2 A2 d2 |G2 GA Bc AB |c2 cd B2 GA |BG AF G4 :|
ABC
X: 2
T: An Dro D'Elven
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmin
|:G2d2 B2G2 |d2de dcAB |c2cd B2G2 |ABcB Adcd|
G2d2 B2G2 |d2de dcAB |c2cd B2GA |BGAF G4 :|
|:G2c2 A2d2 |G2GA BcAB |c2cd B2G2 |ABcB Adcd|
G2c2 A2d2 |G2GA BcAB |c2cd B2GA |BGAF G4 :|
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Four comments

Another breton tune

What we call "An Dro" is a traditional dance from Brittany in France. I’m not sure if it sounds like a barndance, but I did not find anything better.
This one is from Elven, a small town next to Vannes, in the south of Britanny. Make it lively !

also ok in Gmin, if not as it is then adapted simply.

Gee, minor!

Sounds like New York City Salsa to me… :-)
I saw the above comment "also ok in Gmin, if not as it is then adapted simply" and so
did simply change the key to Gm and Shazam! - Its quite a nice tune that way so I posted
it here - the notes are exactly the same as the first setting - apologies to birlibirdie, just
its so nice in Gm that it needs to be a setting.

Bee-minor?

X: 2
T: An Dro D’Elven
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K:Bmin
|:B2f2 d2B2 |f2fg fecd |e2ef d2B2 |cded cfef|
B2f2 d2B2 |f2fg fecd |e2ef d2Bc |dBcA B4 :|
|:B2e2 c2f2 |B2Bc decd |e2ef d2B2 |cded cfef|
B2e2 c2f2 |B2Bc decd |e2ef d2Bc |dBcA B4 :|