I got this off "The Wind Among The Reeds" but I haven’t got the liner notes. Is this trad or a recent composition?
D mix ?
That’s a great tune at leat to my tate.
Isn’t the mode D mix the corrext one?
I’d treat this as straightforward G major like "Out On The Ocean". I find it very difficult to view this as Dmix, but if you can find suitable Dmix chords then I’d be interested to try them out.
as a whistle/pipes player I’m not so wise about chords, I just had the feeling this tune has its centre at D, not G.
It does look like it centres on D on paper because it goes down to D a lot, and the parts end on A, but the notes G and B are stated repeatedly in the melody, and these outline a chord of G, more or less blocking Dmix as a possibility (unlike tunes such as "Blarney Pilgrim" for example, where there are more A’s and C’s). This means that the mode is G Ionian (major) or E Aeolian (minor). Also, you probably feel that D is the centre because a drone on D sounds really good in this tune (which it does). In this case a (pipes) drone on D would be sounding the 5th and would not indicate that the actual fundamental is D.
I learned this tune from John Skelton who said that Tommy Keane had found it in an old manuscript. Great tune!
|:GED GAB|GED G3|GED GAB|dBA B3|
|GED GAB|def g3|aba geg|edB A3:|
|:dBd edB|def gfe|dBd edB|ABA ABc|
|dBd edB|def g3|aba geg|edB A3:|
Version I learnt unornamented. I learnt it as Paddy Kelly’s jig.
“Paddy Kelly’s Jig” ~ & further comment from PaddyCmusic
Key signature: A Dorian
Submitted on August 7th 2006 by PaddyCmusic.
"I got this tune from my old banjo teacher. It’s an easy tune to learn and I’ve never heard it recorded anywhere. I wonder is it infact a Paddy Kelly composition. I’m not sure.
I’ve transcribed it (above) unornamented but there is a lot of room for ornamentation and variation particulary on whistle/flute and possibly fiddle, though I’ll leave a fiddle player to answer that one.
I was given this tune to play as a set after the jig, "The Gandor in the pratie hole".
I would rate this jig alongside tunes such as "The Leg of the Duck" which seem quite repetitive yet offer lots of variation oppurtunities."
# Posted on August 7th 2006 by PaddyCmusic
“Antony Frawley’s Jig” ~ another take on this one in G Major
Key signature: G Major (not A Dorian as slipped in above, my mistake)
Submitted on February 3rd 2004 by kiwi.
“Antony / Anthony Frawley’s Jig” ~ for all those blanket huggers out there ;-)
K: G Major
|: BA |
GED GBA | GED G2 A | GED G2 B | dBG B/c/dB |
GED G2 B | def g2 a | bag e/f/ge | dBG A :|
|: Bc |
dB/c/d edB | def g2 e | d^cd edB | dBG ABc |
d^cd edB | def g2 a | bag e/f/ge | dBG A :|
“Anthony Frawley’s Slide” ~ sometimes also transcribed as a ‘slide’
I have also seen and heard this given in the company of slides…
T: Anthony Frawley’s Slide
K: G Major
|: B |
GED GBA GED G2 A | GED G2 B dBA B2 A |
GED G2 B def g2 a | bag ege dBG A2 :|
|: B |
d2 d edB def g2 e | d^cd edB dBG A2 G |
d3 edB dd/e/f g2 a | bag e/f/ge dBG A2 :|
Anthony Frawley was a West Clare fiddle player who would have influenced several in the last real genation of that style, don’t know if he wrote the tune, best known from the playing of Paddy Kelly of Cree (very weird, I was just playing this, thought I’d look up what anyone might have to say about it…and behold it comes live on the radio on the West Wind, magic!).
Ceide records a version of Anthony Frawley’s in their album : "Like A Wild Thing" they called "Nora Rooney’s favourite" . Without the D and B in the first part it becomes Em :
BA|GEE G2A|GEE G2A|GEE GAB|dBA B2A|…
Watch Christy Barry, Terry Binghman, Kevin Griffin and Eoin O’Neill play the tune together: http://youtu.be/Ns7oiOqWAYs