A different tune to the one already in the database
A tune (traditional I think) hiding in Donald MacLeod’s book No: 6, that may be of interest. Here’s the setting as he has it;
T: Molly on the Shore
a | A>AAB e2d<B |[1 e2d<B GAB<G | AAABedef | gedB A>A A :|
[2 e2d<e GAB<G | AAABedef | gedB A>A A || B | Aaag a2e>f | gedB GABG |
Aaag a2e>a | gedB AAAB | Aaag a2e>f | gedB GABG | AAAB edef | gedB A2 A ||
It looks like a version of "Temple Hill". Probably inspired by Percy Grainger’s combination of "Temple Hill" and "Molly on the Shore".
You can hear the similarities with this:
Sorry, "Pere’s" version in the comments on that tune.
Petrie’s “Temple Hill”
Also posted in comments in Temple Hill submission:
T: Temple Hill. A Cork Reel.
S:Complete Petrie Collection
EAAB e2dB|e2dB GABG|EAAB edef|gedB BAA2:|
ea a2 b2 ag|egdg egdg|ea a2 b2 ag|egdB BAAd|
ea a2 b2 ag|egdg egdg|bgaf gefd|(e/f/g dB BA A2||
Thats very interesting, thanks for that.
Similarities to Shetland reel Sleep Soond i’da Moarnin https://thesession.org/tunes/1001
Indeed, the second part of this reel is very similar to the first part of "Sleep Soond".