Gordon Duncan Tune?

Gordon Duncan Tune?

I recently heard a tune that I was told was a Gordon Duncan composition. They did not have a title for it though.

It has a fairly distinctive B part:

X: 1
T: ???
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: reel
K: Amaj
effe eddc | deed dccB | cddc cBBA | BAcB ABcd |



So I’m looking for its title and possibly some video or audio so I can learn it proper.

Re: Gordon Duncan Tune?

maybe this actually:

effe eddc | ceed dccB | Bddc cBBA

Re: Gordon Duncan Tune?

Davie Webster’s 40th

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Please don’t post the ABC it here, learning it by ear is my [very] long term project and I assume it is in the collection of his tunes which we ought to buy.

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@DJF - that’s like getting rick-rolled, only much, much worse. I’ve been tamlin-rolled.

Re: Gordon Duncan Tune?

why is it like being rick rolled Jon?

sometimes people (usually me) genuinely want to know the names of tunes that they have heard only snippets of so they can find audio for it and learn it

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"Please don’t post the ABC it here, learning it by ear is my [very] long term project and I assume it is in the collection of his tunes which we ought to buy" David50

Yes, I play a few GD tunes myself and would consider it unethical to post them here given that, as you correctly state, there is a collection available to buy, proceeds going to the right place.

http://www.avonleacommunications.com/pages/gordon.htm

Re: Gordon Duncan Tune?

just for Seamus I think is the name of the tune