The Maple Leaf jig

The Maple Leaf has been added to 1 tune set.

The Maple Leaf has been added to 24 tunebooks.

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One setting

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X: 1
T: The Maple Leaf
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:B2G G2E|D2B, B,2G|F2A AGF|G2B BGA|
B2G G2E|D2B, B,2G|F2A AGF|G3 F2G:|
|:A2A A^GA|BA^G A2d|d2^c c2e|e2d dFG|
A2A A^GA|BA^G A2d|d2^c cBc|d3 d3:||

Eight comments

From a New England collection of fiddle music

The Maple Leaf

I don’t think this is the same tune as recorded on The Maple Leaf, by Chris McGrath et all ? The Maple Leaf on there is a reel.
John

The Maple Leaf

It doesn’t say it’s the tune on the album.

Please folks, you must realise that the links to album tracks are automatically generated once a tune and a track have the same name. Sometimes they aren’t actually the same tune but there’s nothing can be done about that.

That’s why it specifically says "Recordings of a tune by this name" not "Recordings of *this* tune".

I think banjowalsh was simply pointing out the differences between the tunes. That being irregardless to how The Session operates.

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The Maple Leaf tune thats on Donncha O’Brian is not the one posted here. Its a reel in E minor written by Darach De Brun.

Look up reels

Did you try a search for the "Maple Leaf" under "reels" ?

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"New England Fiddler’s Repertoire" ~ page 9

Randy Miller & Jack Perron, 1983 / 2nd edition 2003

http://www.randymillerprints.com/
http://www.randymillerprints.com/fiddletunebooks.htm

"168 classic traditional contra dance melodies, from Batchelder’s Reel to Money Musk to Portland Fancy and beyond — the standard contra tunes in one source."

~ & also from the work of this fine New England fiddler, Randy Miller publications:
"Irish Traditional Fiddle Music"