Ó Aird go hAird

By Tomás Ó Ceannabháin, Seosamh Ó Ceannabháin

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  1. The Ships Are Sailing
    The Temple House
  2. Shannon’s
  3. Tuam Greaney
  4. Casadh An TSúgáin
  5. Tobin’s Favourite
    The Cliffs Of Moher
  6. The Drunken Lager
    Maggie Browne
  7. Moloney’s
    Toss The Feathers
    Jenny Picking Cockles
  8. An Long Faoi Lánseol
    Port Gan Ainm
  9. Ríl Pheaidí Uí Bhriain
    Scaipeadh Na GCleití
  10. Larry Redigan’s
    The Silver Spear
  11. The Maid Behind The Bar
    Lady On The Island
  12. Butcher’s
    Lark In The Morning
  13. The Pretty Girls From Mayo
    The Bird In The Bush
  14. The Jug Of Brown Ale
    Scotsman Over The Border
  15. Brearton’s
    The Holy Land
  16. Cliff
  17. The Galway Rambler
    The Maid In The Cherry Tree
    The Providence Road

Four comments

Re: Ó Aird go hAird

Published by Cló Iar-Chonnachta, 1994. CICD044.
Performers are Tomás Ó Ceannabháin: uilleann pipes, flute ; Seosamh Ó Ceannabháin: accordion ; with banjo and piano acc.
Recorded at West One Studio, Galway.

The recording was mentioned in this thread:
Name of this reel? - https://thesession.org/discussions/47087

Re: Ó Aird go hAird

Jeff, please help.
The "Shannon’s" reel on track two is I believe that one :

T:Shannon reel
K: Dmix
AD~D2 A,D~D2|AEGE C3 E|DAFA dfed|^cAGE AD~D2:||
Ad~d2 fded|^ceAB =c3 B|Ad~d2 fded|^cAGE AD~D2|
Ad~d2 fded|^ceAB =cdeg|(3fga ge fded|^cAGE AD~D2:||

I don’t know how to post it if it is the good transcription.
And correct if you want the possible mistakes in abc notation while listening.
Thanks a lot one more time.

Re: Ó Aird go hAird

The title 0f the first tune on track six looks a little odd (‘Drunken Gauger’, perhaps?).

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Re: Ó Aird go hAird

The first track reminds me a "Sligo" tune "Jackson’s" quite similar to "Ships are sailing" or a mix between them.
Thanks jeff one more time.