"The Glen Allen Reel"
S: "Dave Bulmer & Neil Sharpley: Music from Ireland", 1974, vol. 2, page 1, tune #1
Not to be confused with the following:
"The Humours of Tulla"
# Added by Josh Kane - January 31st, 2002
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# Added by Ian Stevenson - December 19th, 2004
Cool tune I played a lot years ago - thanks for the rediscovery!
I still owe you swisspiper, and I haven’t forgotten, but I have misplaced that transcription. There are at least half a dozen folk waiting for this slow poke to finish promised work relative to this site and our shared passions. There are reasons, some computer related, some me just being fussy, or distracted elsewhere, but after a spell I even get fed up with the ‘excuses’… 😏
Lovely! Especially the flute. You know me and excessive reverb, so while appreciating the 2nd whistle take I was grimacing a bit… 😏 😀
Re: Glen Allen
I love the way this tune recalls old favorites like "Bag of Spuds" and "Down the Broom", but with the A dorian to G major sequence in those tunes reversed here. It’s quite refreshing and gives a great lift to the tune.
Re: Glen Allen
Irish Reel I learnt at the Irish Music class, Lake School Of Celtic Music Song & Dance.
I think this is known as The Kilkenny. Can someone confirm or if this is a different tune, does someone know the name of this tune as I have forgotten the name.
Re: Gan Aimn
Also known as "The Kilmaley Reel" "Sonny Martin’s" or "The Glen Allen"