Coolinarne jig

Also known as The Coolinarne, The Coolinerne.

There are 9 recordings of a tune by this name.

Coolinarne has been added to 23 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: Coolinarne
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
G2A Bc/2d/2G | Bc/2d/2e g3 | edB dB/2c/2d | edB AGE |
G2A Bc/2d/2G | Bc/2d/2e g3 | edB dBA | AGF G3 :|
Bdd edB | agf g2a | bag egd | Bc/2d/2B AGA |
Bdd edB | agf g2a | bag egd | AGF G3 :|
# Added by JACKB .
ABC
X: 2
T: Coolinarne
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: DGG BAG | B/c/de ~g3 | edB AB/c/d | edB AGE |
DGG BAG | B/c/de ~g3 | edB ~A3 |1 AGF GFE :|2 AGF G3 ||
|: Bdd eda | agf g2a | bag edB | BdB AGA |
Bdd eda | agf ~g3 | bag edB | AGF G3 :|
ABC
X: 3
T: Coolinarne
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
G2A B/2c/2dG | B/2c/2de ~g3 | edB dB/2c/2d | edB {c/}AGE |
~G2 ABdG | B/2c/2de gze | {a/}edB dB/2A/2G | {c/}AGF GBA |
G2A B/2c/2dG |B/2c/2de !slide!g2 e| {a/}edB dB/2c/2d | edB {c/}AGE |
~G2A B/2c/2dG | | Bc/2d/2e gze | {a/}edB dB/2A/2G | {c/}AGF ~G2 A|
Bdz egd | {c'/}agf ~g2a- | !slide!bag egd | B/2c/2dB {c/}AGA |
Bdd egd | {c'/}agf gza | {c'/}bag egB |{c/} AGF ~G2 A |
Bdd egd | {c'/}agf gza | {c'/}bag egd | B/2c/2dB {c/}AGA |
Bdd egd | {c'/}agf gza | {c'/}bag egB |{c/} AGF G3 |
ABC

Three comments

Coolinarne Jig

Another tune from uilleann piper Brendan RING. He follows this tune with the Lisnagun Jig.

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“The Coolinerne” ~ gian marco’s take on this:

X: http://www.thesession.org/tunes/4941
T: Coolinerne, The
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: jig
K: Gmaj
|: DGG BAG | B/c/de ~g3 | edB AB/c/d | edB AGE |
DGG BAG | B/c/de ~g3 | edB ~A3 |1 AGF GFE :|2 AGF G3 ||
|: Bdd eda | agf g2a | bag edB | BdB AGA |
Bdd eda | agf ~g3 | bag edB | AGF G3 :|

Source: With Every Breath by John Wynne
Transcription: gian marco pietrasanta

# Posted on Saturday, September 10th 2005 by gian marco

As a duplication I suspect this later transcript may go and it would be unfortunate to lose it, so I’m placing it in safe keeping here along with the following comments from Will Harmon and slainte:

There are differences, but this reminded me instantly of Christy Barry’s:
http://www.thesession.org/tunes/843

# Posted on Saturday, September 10th 2005 by Will Harmon

Will, I thought the same thing. It’s also a bit similar to East Clare setting of "Ships in Full Sail," recorded by Mary MacNamara and Martin Hayes.

# Posted on Saturday, September 10th 2005 by slainte

Brendan Ring

This is my detailed transcription of Brendan Ring’s version from his CD. As ever slides are included in the transcription but don’t actually show up on the stave.