Tune After Humours Of Glendart

Tune After Humours Of Glendart

I’m trying to pair up a jig that follows nicey after Humours of Glendart.

I’m playing it really slowly on a C flute what would sound nice after it?

‘Out on the Ocean’ and ‘Ship in Full Sail’ (IMO) are the best but what others?

Thanks
k

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Swallowtail jig sounds really nice after Humours of Glendart.

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Try this Kev.
f4

X:3
T:Jimmy Ward’s Jig
R:jig
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:G
~G3 GAB|AGE GED|~G3 AGE|GED DEF|!
~G3 GAB|AGE GAB|cBA BGE|1 DED DEF:|2 DED D2B||!
|:cBA BAG|~A3 AGE|BcA BGE|EDE GAB|!
c2c BAG|ABA ABc|dcA AGE|1 GED D2B:|2 GED DEF||!

Re: Tune After Humours Of Glendart

Thanks to Dubliners, I can’t play Humours of Glendart without going into Saddle the Pony and then Brian O’Lynn It’s a nice set which I’ve played for over two decades now.

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I particularly like Willie Coleman’s after the Humours of Glendart. It seems, to my ear, to be sort of an expansive variation of the structure of H of G, in a different key.

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Humours of Glendart/Brian O’Lynn/Pay the Reckoning every time! The tension lit in Humours of Glendart builds in Brian O’Lynn and then the lift from Brian to Pay the Reckoning has everyone leaping to the floor to dance!

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I’m with skyfiddler all the way, one of Planxty’s finest sets.

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Saddle The Pony

Re: Tune After Humours Of Glendart

Count me in with Sky Fiddler. Planxty got it right!

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