Laureen’s Tune waltz

Also known as Loreen’s Tune.

There is 1 recording of this tune.

Laureen's Tune has been added to 10 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Laureen's Tune
R: waltz
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|GA|:Bc B2 AG |d2 GB AD|CE A2 BA|GF D2 GA|
|Bc B2 AB |d2 GB AD|CE A2 B,2|1 G4 GA :|2 G4 Bc ||
|dgdg gc|cB gB cd|AB D2 Bc|
|dgdg gc| [M:4/4]cB Bc E2F2| [M:3/4] G4 Bc |
|dgdg gc|cB gB cd|AB D2 GA|
|Bc B2 AB |d2 GB AD|CE A2 B,2| G4 GA ||
X: 2
T: Laureen's Tune
R: waltz
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
BcB2AB|dGGB AD|CE A2 B,2 |1G4GA:||2 G4 Bc||
dg dggc| cBgB cd|ABD2Bc|dg dggc|
cBBc E2|F2G4|Bcdg dg|gccB gB |cdABD2|

Four comments

Laureen’s Tune

I learnt this yesterday off a mate. He said it comes from the Shooglenifty album ‘Troots’, so probably a Luke Plumb or Angus Grant original at a guess. Nor am I totally sure of the correct version. I’ve just gone off my mate’s memory and someone’s Youtube-d lounge room effort.

There is an extra crochet in the B part, so I’ve added a 4/4/ bar. Not sure that’s technically right, but the tune’s the important thing., eh ? Lovely tune anyway.

"Crochet" ? How’d that weave it’s way into my post ? What I meant was ‘crotchet’, or ,apparently, quarter-note for those west of the Atlantic.

Laureen’s Tune, X:2

Lovely tune. Transcibed from the Shoogenlifty version with mandolin in mind. Slightly different take from the first tune.