150 Gems of Irish Music for Tin Whistle - CD 2, part 2

By Grey Larsen

  1. The Peacock’s Feather
  2. From Galway To Dublin
  3. Galway Bay
  4. The Humours Of Whiskey
  5. The Silver Slipper
  6. Terry Teahan’s
  7. Figure-Example 6 - Page 15: Mid-Note Cuts
  8. Figure-Example 9 - Page 16: The Long Roll
  9. Figure-Example 12 - Page 18: The Short Roll
  10. Figure-Example 16 - Page 19: Long Cranns
  11. Figure-Example 19 - Page 20: The Short Crann
  12. Figure-Example 22 - Page 21: Alternatives To The Crann
  13. Figure-Example 24 - Page 21
  14. Figure-Example 25 - Page 22
  15. Figure-Example 26 & 27 - Page 23: A Slide Notation
  16. Figure-Example 29 - Page 24: Roll In Hornpipes
  17. Figure-Example 30 - Page 24: An Unusual Long Roll Notation
  18. Figure-Example 32 - Pages 25 & 26: Notes That Fall Below The Range Of The Tin Whistle
  19. Figure-Example 33 - Page 26
  20. Figure-Example 34 - Page 27: The Modal Nature Of Irish Music
  21. Figure-Example 35 - Page 28: The Tonal Center Of The Mode
  22. Figure-Example 36 - Page 28
  23. Figure-Example 38 - Page 34: How The Breath Mark Is Used In This Book
  24. Figure-Example 39 - Page 34
  25. Figure-Example 40 - Page 34
  26. Figure-Example 41 - Page 34
  27. Figure-Example 42 - Page 35: Breathing Strategy #1: Shortening A Long Note
  28. Figure-Example 43 - Page 35
  29. Figure-Example 44 - Pages 35 & 36: Breathing Strategy #2: Breaking A Long Roll
  30. Figure-Example 46 - Page 36
  31. Figure-Example 47 - Page 36: Breathing Strategy #3: Truncating A Long Roll
  32. Figure-Example 48 - Page 36
  33. Figure-Example 49 - Page 37: Breathing Strategy #4: Truncating A Short Roll
  34. Figure-Example 50 - Page 37
  35. Figure-Example 52 - Page 37
  36. Figure-Example 54 - Page 38: Breathing Within Triplets In Hornpipes
  37. Figure-Example 56 - Page 38
  38. Figure-Example 58 - Pages 39 & 40: Breathing In Slow-Moving Tunes
  39. Figure-Example 59 - Page 39
  40. Figure-Example 60 - Page 39
  41. Figure-Example 62 - Page 40
  42. Figure-Example 63 - Page 40
  43. Figure-Example 64 - Page 40

Four comments

“150 Gems of Irish Music for Tin Whistle” book & 2 CDs - by Grey Larsen

with suggested ornamentation and phrasing…

Grey Larson - http://greylarsen.com/
Mel Bay, 2013 MB98215BCD
http://www.melbay.com/Products/98215BCD/150-gems-of-irish-music-for-tin-whistle.aspx
ISBN: 978-078-668-479-3

Discussion: New book from Grey Larsen, “150 Gems of Irish Music for Tin Whistle”
# Posted by westside - March 25th, 2013
https://thesession.org/discussions/31582

An interview with Grey Larsen about his latest book from Mel Bay. The first of four to be published in 2013.
https://soundcloud.com/wooddm/grey-larsen-150-gems-of-irish


CD #1 & CD #2

150 Gems of Irish Music for Tin Whistle - CD #1a
https://thesession.org/recordings/4509

150 Gems of Irish Music for Tin Whistle - CD #1b
https://thesession.org/recordings/4510

150 Gems of Irish Music for Tin Whistle - CD #2a
https://thesession.org/recordings/4511

150 Gems of Irish Music for Tin Whistle - CD #2b

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CD #2 = Tunes 95 - 150
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SECTION TWO: Tunes of Non-Wind Origin, pages 83 - 96, tunes 95 - 122

95 - 103 = jigs
104 - 115 = reels
116 - 119 = hornpipes
Other Tune Types
120 = slip jig
121 = polka
122 = highland fling

SECTION THREE: Tunes for Non-D Whistles, pages 99 - 133, tunes 95 - 122

123 - 131 = jigs
132 - 143 = reels
144 - 147 = hornpipes
Other Tune Types
148 = slip jig
149 = hop jig
150 = polka

145 - 150

These are the tunes numbered 145 to 150 in the 150 Gems.

1 - 6 = 51 - 56 on CD #2 = tunes 145 - 150

For the tunes…

7 - 43 = 57 - 93 on CD #2 = the Figures/Examples as given…

Apologies for any confusion…