dubhghaill’s thirty-nine comments

  • Duplication

    But for some slight variations in the opening and end this is the same as 'Port an Bhand', found here: https://thesession.org/tunes/3353 more…

  • Source

    I was putting this into ABC from sheetmusic I have in front of me, So I can't be that wrong. This is how it is sung, and if played differently one must consider that more rythmic version to be incorrect. more…

  • Diff. ABC

    I've only heard it played in Edor as: (no nasty C naturals, and for my opinion a much cleaner sounding piece) more…

  • Capercaillie

    This also seems to be the 'Humours of Corcaigh' recorded by Capercaillie in a set with PM Jimmy Pride and MacLeod's Farewell, although they play it in a higher key. more…

  • Missing - Port an Bhand

    This tune I've heard played by both Breandán Ó Beaglaoich under that title and by the Chieftains as the first tune in their 'Dingle Set' (after the wren boys verse is sung) more…

  • One way to kill a friendly 'exchanging of tunes' atmosphere is to be forced to slap a copyright on the tune. Where would we be if people like O'Keefe, Denis Murphy, or John Ryan copyrighted all their pieces? You'd think they'd want to release the tune t... more…

  • Focail

    Is cosúil gur mheath tú nó gur thréig tú an greann more…

  • An Puncán

    This does not mean 'Púca' but rather "yank" or American, and is an older form (now Poncán, pronounced pon-cawn) more…

  • Lyrics

    Written by Eoghan Rua Ó Súilleabháin on the eve of his departure overseas to join the army in 1774. The lyrics are his saying farewell to the people of his village (just East of Cill Airne) more…

  • L:1/4

    This should be L:1/4 not 1/8 more…