## Seven comments

### Tim Sullivan’s (Barndance)

Got this lovely barndance at Neuchatel session (Ch). I think it was learned off album "Rossinver Braes" by Ben Lennon & Tony O’connell. Simple, nice. Love it.

### Suggestion by ceolachan

K: Amaj

|: f | .e2 A2 ~c2 A2 | cecA cecA | ~B2 ce ~f2 fe | ~B2 ce ~f2 af |

.e2 A2 ~c2 A2 | cecA cecA | ~B2 ce efec | ~B2 A2 A3 :|

|: e | .e2 a2 g2 f2 | efec B2 BA | ~B2 ce ~f2 fe | ~B2 ce ~f2 af |

.e2 a2 g2 f2 | efec B2 BA | ~B2 ce efec | ~B2 A2 A3 :|

### Suggestiong by ceolachan ~ 😎 ~ other possibilities

gilles - that’s just your transcriptions with some traditional notation conventions made, the lead-ins, moving your final f & e to the front, allowing the melody to resolve on the tonic, and adding some rhythmic defining spacing, which generally makes ABC notation an easier and quicker read… On the other hand -

X: 2

T: Tim Sullivan’s

M: 4/4

L: 1/8

R: barndance

K: Amaj

|: (3agf |\

e2 A2 c2 A2 | c>ec>A c>e (3cBA | B2 c>e (3fgf f>e | B2 c>e f2 a>f |

e2 A2 c2- c>A | c>ec>A (3cde c2 | B2 c>d e>f (3edc | (3BcB A2 A2 :|

|: (3Bcd |\

e2 a2 g2- g>f | e>fe>c B2 (3cBA | (3BcB c>e f2 (3fec | (3BcB c>e f2- f>c |

e2 a2 g2 f2 | e>fe>c B2- B>A | B2 c>d e2- e>c | B2 A>G A2 :|

It also goes well in G…

I knew it wouldn’t have been you. Lots of rolls, no triplets, no swing signs, the anacrusis in a sensible place - no way was it ever a ‘c’ transcription, lol!

### 3 at last, 3 at last ~

😉 ~ Glad you’re about dear Dow…

"- the anacrusis in a sensible place - " 😛

### 😎

K: Amaj

|: f/ | - - - - A2- A3/ :|

|: e/ | - - - - A2- A3/ :|

X: 3

T: Tim Sullivan’s

M: 4/4

L: 1/8

R: barndance

K: Gmaj

|: e/ |\

d2 G2 B2- B>G | (3Bcd B>G B>d (3BAG | A>DB>d e>Ge>d | A>D (3Bcd e2 (3gfe |

d2 G2 B2 D2 | B>d (3BAG (3Bcd B>D | A2 (3ABc d>e (3dcB | A2 G2 G2- G3/ :|

|: B/ |\

d2 g2 f2- f>e | d>e (3dcB A2 (3BAG | (3ABA B>d e2 (3edB | (3ABA B>d e2- e>B |

d2 g2 f2 e2 | d>ed>B A2- A>G | A2 B>c d>Gd>B | A>D (3FGA G2- G3/ :|