Q:3/4 = 60
EA AG B2 |EA AG ED|EA AG B2 |de dB AG|EA AG B2 |EA AG ED|EA AG B2 |de dB A2 |
ea gf d2|eg fe dB|ea gf d2|de fg e2|ea gf d2|eg fe dB|ea gf d2|de fg e2|]
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Trezelan has been added to 5 tunebooks.
Original composition from Juan J. Almaraz (flute player from spanish irish-music band Stolen Notes)
Just seen this tune. Only played it through a few times so far and it’s becoming a favourite. The midi plays it quite fast which I like, almost march like, though slowing it down, it becomes more plaintive and wistful. It’s not the most familiar form of waltz to English ears.
Been playing through a few more times now and found myself improvising around it; continuing with the wistful E minor sound I added a C sharp in a rising phrase which adds a bit of zest. Forgive me if I end up with making more parts to it.