Rose Mooney strathspey

Also known as Rose Mooney’s Highland Fling.

There is 1 recording of this tune.

Rose Mooney has been added to 3 tune sets.

Rose Mooney has been added to 5 tunebooks.

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One setting

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X: 1
T: Rose Mooney
R: strathspey
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
AB (3cBA FAEF|A2 cA FABc|A2 cA FAEf|ecBd c<AAB|
A2 cA FAEF|A2 cA EFAB|A2 cA FAEf|ecBd c<AAf||
eA (3cBA edcd|e<AcA defa|eA (3cBA edce|d<BcA B<FFf|
ed (3ccd edcd|e<AcA def^g|a^gaf edce|d<BcA B<FFB||
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Three comments

transcripted from the recording Journeyman by Gerry O’Connor

im not sure if its a strathspey or a reel so

Posted .

Neither

It’s a highland. The sleeve notes credit it to the Rev. Luke Donnellan Collection.

"Rose Mooney" - highland fling

~ & more usually filed under ‘strathspey’, as you’ve done…

Here are some other ways of taking it, notation wise and in G Major ~

X: 2
T: Rose Mooney
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: highland fling
K: Amaj
|: B/ |\
A>B (3cBA F>AE>F | A2 c>A E>F (3ABc | A2 c>A F>AE>f | e>cB>d c<AA3/ :|
f/ |\
e>A (3cBA e>dc>d | e<AcA d>ef>a | e>A (3cBA e>dc>e | d<Bc>A B<FF>f |
e>d (3ccd e>dc>d | e<Ac>A d>ef>g | a>ga>f e>dc>e | d<Bc>A B<FF3/ |]

Note ~ as it is K: AMaj, the Gs are all sharp (^/#) anyway, so no need to add ^ before them…

X: 3
T: Rose Mooney
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: highland fling
K: GMaj
|: F/ |\
G2 B>G E>GD>E | G2 B>G D>EG>F | G2 B>G E>GD>e | d<BA>c B<GG3/ :|
e/ |\
d<GB>G d>cB>c | d<GB>G c2 (3efg | d<GB>G d2 (3Bcd | c<AB>G A<Ee>^c |
d<GB>G d2 (3ABc | d<GB>G c2 (3def | g>fg<e d>cB<d | c<AB>G A<EE3/ |]