The Hummersea slide

There is 1 recording of a tune by this name.

The Hummersea has been added to 3 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: The Hummersea
R: slide
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|:A|G3 GFE DEF GAB|A3 ABd e2d B2A|
GAB AGF GFE DEG|A3 ABd e2d B2:|
|:d|e3 efg Bde dBG|A3 ABd e2d B2d|
e3 efg Bde dBG|bag fga gfe dB:|

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One of the first tunes I learned on the whistle — written by Vin Garbutt.

“The Hummersea Slide” ~ taking it elsewhere

X: 2
T: Hummersea, The
C: Vin Garbutt
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
R: slide
K: Gmaj
|: d |\
GAG GFE DD/E/F GAB | A3 AB/c/d e2 d B2 d |
G3 AGF GFE DE/F/G | A3 ABd G2 d ^c2 :|
|: d |\
g3 efg Bde dBG | ABA AB/c/d e2 d Bcd |
gba gfe B/c/de dBG | A3 fga gf/e/d ^c :|

Oops! ~ | A3 fga gf/e/d ^c2 :|

That final ‘2’ went missing…

James, some guidance on ABC notation’s current ways ~

http://www.lesession.co.uk/abc/abc_notation.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ABC_notation
http://abcnotation.com/privacy

Think standard notation, as to layout ~ for example the grouping on notes, yours first and then the suggested alternative with corrections, and space either side of the bar line is just to make for an easier ABC read, that form of notation going a lot further back in time than its application as an ascii code here ~

K: Gmaj
|:G3 GFE|DEFGAB|A3 ABd|e2dB2A|
GABAGF|GFEDEG|A3 ABd|1 e2dB2A:|2 e2dB2d||
|:e3 efg|BdedBG|A3 ABd|e2dB2d|
e3 efg|BdedBG|bagfga|1 gfedBd:|2 gfedBA||

K: Gmaj
|: G3 GFE | DEF GAB | A3 ABd | e2 d B2 A |
GAB AGF | GFE DEG | A3 ABd |[1 e2 d B2 A :|[2 e2 d B2 d ||
|: e3 efg | Bde dBG | A3 ABd | e2 d B2 d |
e3 efg | Bde dBG | bag fga |[1 gfe dBd :|[2 gfe dBA |]

& past ways, grouping the notes as to reflect their layout in dotted notation has been around a long as I can remember, and I have examples of ABC notation from as far back as the 1800s, but not mine… 😉