This is the first of 2 interesting polkas recorded by Brendan Regan on his Mulligan release in 1991, which I used to have in cassette format, but seem to have misplaced. I think it’s probably an original composition, but in the absence of a cassette insert, can’t be sure about that. I’ll post the 2nd one tomorrow.
Just noticed - his name is Brendan O’Regan, not Regan. As a matter of interest, anyone know what he’s up to these days ?
“The Sparrow” - C: Brendan O’Regan
T: Sparrow, The
|: A/B/A/G/ |\
FD FA | GE B>A | GE cB | AF d>c |
BG ed | cA c/d/e/f/ | ge cA | d2 :|
|: G/A/B/c/ |\
d>e f/e/d | cA A>=c | BG B/c/d | AF D2 |
[1 GE BG | A/G/F dE/F/ | GE AF | D2 :|
[2 Ge Bg | af de/f/ | ge Ac | d2 |]
and another way to take it ~
|: c/B/A/G/ |\
FD F>A | GE BA | GE c>B | AF dc | ~
Making penance? 😎
Re: The Sparrow
Original composition by Brendan O’Regan, according to CD sleeve notes.
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