Seamus Creagh’s slide

Also known as Baile An TSamhraidh, Pádraig O’Keeffe’s, Teahan’s Favourite, Terry Teahan’s, Terry Teahan’s Favorite, Terry Teahan’s Favourite.

There are 51 recordings of a tune by this name.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with John Egan’s (a few times).

Seamus Creagh's has been added to 41 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Seamus Creagh's
R: slide
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
K: Ador
efe B2 A GFE B2 A|FED A2 D d2 D A2 B|
efe B2 A GFE B2 A|1 FED F2 A F2 E E3:|2 FED F2 A F2 E E2 A||
B2 e ede f2 a afa|baf a2 f e2 d B2 A|
B2 e ede f2 a afa|baf a2 f e3 e2 d|
B2 e ede f2 a afa|baf a2 f e2 d B2 e|
fgf f2 e ded B2 A|FED F2 A F2 E E3||
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Six comments

Seamus Creagh’s Slide

Sorry guys, another one I can’t find the right name for, & once again, such a common slide that’s it’s probably in here in a different key? - like my last one!

Thanks Beard. Interesting to note that some of my bars are exactly the same as those of Teehan’s, but mine are separated out. Guess I’ll have to start squashing mine up. Och well, you live & learn. Cheers.

Time to press the big red DELETE button again I reckon - Jeremy - Thanks.

Edor not Ador?

Even though only one sharp is shown, this really has an Edor feel to me (Em and D chords). There is no c# in the piece, or c for that matter, but I would be inclined to write it in two sharps.