Nnnnnn! This is so familiar, and I don’t mean “Pipe on the Hob”, but some multipart relative, especially that second part, but played more like so ~
|: B |\
c2 c cAd | dcA GEA | ~D3 c2 A | ded cAB |
cdc cAd | dcA GAc | dcA GEA | ~D3 D2 :|
And the other parts follow, but I can’t pull out the title… 😏
That’s the 2nd part of the 3 part Pipe on the Hob in Ador, ‘c’.
Yes, thanks Dow…
‘c’, I was thinking about your “multi-part” comment today while on the bus to work and when I sang the 2nd part in my head, I kept coming back to the similarities between it and the 2nd part of The Humours of Ballyloughlin. Then I realised that the 1st parts of the 2 tunes also have similarities. I would never have noticed a link between The Pipe on the Hob and The Humours of Ballyloughlin in a direct comparison. I wonder if there’s anything in that…
Yes, that too crossed my mind. I think I need to just play it through and write all the parts out and see what it is, which may be that I happened to have learned it in another way? But, it’s not like my brain is being kind lately and sadly it’s not just me suffering its curious ways. Sleep would likely help, and more walks in the countryside away from the hustling and bustling… 😏
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