T: Plenty Of Hornpipe
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Plenty Of Hornpipe has been added to 1 tune set.
Plenty Of Hornpipe has been added to 6 tunebooks.
This is a tune by Canadian songwriter Stan Rogers from the album "Fogarty’s Cove".
I put this tune in ABC as a "reel" simply because it sounds much closer to Stan’s recording than the overly-swung rhythm of ABC’s "hornpipe" designation.
At any rate, I tend to think of this tune as a reel with a curious title. If anyone feels the need to point me in the right direction regarding this issue, please, feel free! 🙂
(Here’s an interesting thread on the difference between hornpipes and reels: https://thesession.org/discussions/11128#comment228485)
A piece of music he composed, I think, for Canadian television. In his notes to the tune, he points out that it’s not actually a hornpipe at all.
You’d have to do some real work to make it sound like a reel as well - it’s basically a piece of incidental music for a TV program.
I love Stan’s music, but I think you’d probably get funny looks trying to play this at a session.