## Six comments

### The Rose of Aranmore

An old timey played a lot around here in mayo.

### “The Rose of Aranmore” ~ some other ways with this

X: 2

T: Rose Of Aranmore, The

M: 3/4

L: 1/8

R: waltz

K: DMaj

|: AF |\

D4 F2 | A2 F2 D2 | G4 B2 | d3 c B2 | A4 B2 | A2 F2 D2 | E6 - | E4 AF |

D4 DF | A2 (3FGF D2 | G4 B2 | d2 c2 B2 | A4 FA | G2 F2- FE | D6 - | D4 EF ||

G4 B2 | d2 c2 B2 | A4 B2 | A2 F2- FD | G4 B2 | A2 (3FGF D2 | E6 - | E4 AF |

D4- DF | A2 F2- FD | G3 D GB | d2 c2- cB | A4- AF | G2 F2 E2 | D6 - | D4 |]

This also goes well in A & G ~

X: 3

T: Rose Of Aranmore, The

M: 3/4

L: 1/8

R: waltz

K: GMaj

|: dB |\

G3 D GB | d2 (3BdB G2 | c3 G ce | g2 (3fgf e2 | d3 c de | d2 B2 G2 | A6- | A4 ~

I’ve also heard it played in C…

### “The Rose of Aarnmore” ~ a quick transcript - Johnny Connolly

X: 4

T: Rose Of Aranmore, The

S: Johnny Connolly

M: 3/4

L: 1/8

R: waltz

K: Dmaj

AF |\

D3 A, DF | A/B/A FA, DA, | G3 D GB | d/e/d c/d/c B/c/B | A3 F AB | A2 FA DA | E4- EF | E3 G FE |

D3 A, DF | A/B/A FA, DA, | G3 D GB | d/e/d c/d/c B/c/B | A/B/A- AD FA | G/A/G FA CE | D4- DD | D3 E FA ||

G3 D GB | d/e/d c/d/c B/c/B | A3 F AB | A/B/A FA, DA, | G3 D GB | A2 FA DA | E4- EF | E3 G FE |

D3 A, DF | A/B/A FA, DA, | G3 D GB | d/e/d c/d/c B/c/B | A3 D FA | G/A/G FA CE | D4- DE | D3 E FE |]

### ~ | G/a/g Fa, Ce | ~

Oops! ~ missed a low A, ~ bars 14 for both the A & B-parts…

But, it can be played up or down really ~

~ | G/A/G FA CE | ~ or ~ | G/A/G FA, CE | ~

The same is true as one way to avoid notes below D, as in the case of D winds ~ whistle, flute, pipes, and there are many other ways around those dips…