Open Hearth

By Mary Mac Namara & Andrew Mac Namara

Three comments

Open Hearth

This is a great recording based on the music Andrew and Mary learned as children from such great players as Joe Bane and John Naughton. This is how East Clare music SHOULD be played,
Nice and steady with great feeling and lift.
Mary and Andrew are in my opinion the best exponents of East Clare music around today.
The record is on own label ref MAC 01 and is available from Andrew or Mary direct or from Custy’s music shop in Ennis Co.Clare there are links on my website http://claremusic.tripod.com

Missing tunes

Due to one or two "different" spellings, some tunes are already posted but not linked. Here are the missing ones from Open Hearth. I have the lot in ABC if anyone wants their version of a particular tune.

T:The Peacocks Feathers (5.1)
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:300
K:G
ed|:cABG A2 AB|cBce d2 ^cd|eaab aged|cAGE G2 ed|
cABG A2 AB|cBce d2 ^cd|eaa^g a=ged|c2 A2 A2:|
ef|:g2 ge a2 af|gfe^c d2 cd|eaab aged|cAGE G2 ed|
cABG A2 AB|cBce d2 ^cd|eaa^g a=ged|c2 A2 A2:|

X: 2
T:Bill O’Malley’s Reel (8.2)
M:4/4
L:1/8
Q:300
K:G
|:gfed edBd|dBBG EAAA|gfed edBd|dBAB G4|
gfed edBd|dBBG EAAA|GEDE GABd|dBAB G4:|
|:GEDE GABd|dBAG BAAA|GEDE GABd|dBAB G4|
GEDE GABd|dBAG BAAA|GEDE GABd|dBAB G4:|

T:Boys In The Wood (10.1 F on cd)
M:6/8
L:1/8
Q:300
K:G
d|:dBG AGE|GED DEG|GAB AGA|GAB ABc|
dBG AGE|GED DEG|GAB AGA|BGG G2:|
* A|:Bdd Bee|d2d dBG|GBd ege|dBG A2G|
Bdd Bee|d2d dBG|GAB AGA|BGG G2:|

T:Rooms Of Dooagh (10.2 F on cd)
M:6/8
L:1/8
Q:300
K:G
A[|GEE cGE|GAG GcG|GEE cBc|ded dcA|
GEE cGE|GAG G2g|fed cAG|Add dcA|
GEE cGE|GAG GcG|GEE cBc|ded dcA|
GEE cGE|GAG G2g|fed cAG|Add def|]
* [|g2a ged|cAB c2e|gag ged|eaa aef|
gga ged|cAB c2e|=fed cAG|Add def|
g2a ged|cAB c2e|gag ged|eaa aef|
gga ged|cAB c2e|=fed cAG|Add dcA|]

T:Big Pat’s Reel (11.1)
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:C
GF|:ECA,C C2 EC|C2 EC CA, G,2|ECA,C C2 EG|AcBG A2:|
AB[|c3 d ecdc|Addc BGAB|c3 d ecdc|BAGA BAAB|
c3 d ecdc|Addc BGAB|c3 A B3 G|AcBG A2|]

Cut 7, Joe Bane’s Jig, is a version of The Cat that Ate the Candle (aka The Cow that Ate the Blanket). The link here goes to Joe Bane’s Reel.