T: Mrs Malaprop
|: EE/E/E EFA | c2a fec | f3 f2e | fag fec |
EE/E/E EFA | c2a fec | faf fec | BB/B/B cAF :|
|: A2a a2e | fec BAB | c2a aga | fba gfe |
~c2a a2e | fec BAB | c2a fec | BB/B/B cAF :|
Also known as Mrs. Malaprop.
There are 2 recordings of this tune.
Mrs Malaprop has been added to 11 tunebooks.
Picked up this cracking tune from a youtube of Dameris & Jim Woods, Gerry Tully, Liz Doherty & Pat McManus. from about 1.25
Anyone know anything about it?
The set they play is track 1 from their ("Coisir") CD called "On the Right Track" posted here by me a few years ago: https://thesession.org/recordings/display/1984. The tune in question here is called Mrs. Malaprop.
Many thanks for the name Jason, do you know if it’s trad and if there’s a known composer?
It’s also on Claire Mann’s first solo recording: http://www.footstompin.com/products/cds/claire_mann
According to the notes, this jig is Claire Mann’s own composition. She writes "the final tune is written for my Grandmother, who has a hilarious knack of getting words muddled up."
No problem for the name. Coisir came to Philadelphia a few years ago when I was going to college there, and their CD I purchased at that time still manages to find its way into my CD player fairly frequently.
Thanks slainte for the info. I knew I had heard the tune somewhere else, but it may have taken me a while to come up with the other source.
Sorry, the last B in the eighth bar of each part should be a c. I’ve corrected the abc’s