Source: the Silver March
This tune is transcribed from the playing of Conal O’Grada. It is played as the second tune of a 2 tune set called the Gold and Silver Marches. I submitted the Gold March as:
The two go very well together.
Any improvements on the transcription are welcome.
Your barlines are in the wrong plac. You can edit your abc before it’s converted to sheetmusic.
T: Silver March, The
fg|a2fd A2df|aggf g2ef|g2ec ABce|baa^g a2fg|
a2fd A2df|aggf g2ef|g2ec ABce|d2dc d2:|
|:B2|AfAf Aff>g|feef e2EF|GeGe Gee>f|edde d2B2|
AfAf Affg|a2gf B2ce|fecB ABce|d2dc d2:|
Abc updated: Thank you
Thanks Dr Dow for taking the trouble to review this. I have updated the abc as per your comment… Ta
Second G in Fourth Bar…
might be better as natural. This would parallel the opening phrase. (The second G is sharp because the first G was sharped; you will need an = before the second G if you decide to take my suggestion).
2nd g fourth bar
You are correct muspc. I have adjusted the abc. I forgot that sharpening the first G applied to all other Gs in the bar. Well spotted. …. Ta
By another name!
I was informed recently that the correct name for this tune is the Siamsa March.