Learnt this yesterday and transcribed it from a tape of the lesson.
I would put an ornament (roll or triplet) on the 2nd and 4th beats of bar 6 of the A part, and a trpilet on the 2nd beat of the 4th bar of the B part.
Anyone know how to play a "trpilet" - same as a triplet? :-)
I personally like this one, too! There seems to be another version already posted under the name "The Rising Sun" ( https://thesession.org/tunes/1024 ), although I play the tune more the way you posted it.
Perhaps it’s more accurate to say I was taught the tune; really knowing it takes a little longer …
this tune is on michael mc goldricks cd morning rory as lavery’s no 2
veyr nice tune anyhow
“Mulhaire’s” in triplicate ~ 2 of 3 ~ & here’s #1 & #3
Oops!, I goofed ~ #3 should have read #4658:
Key signature: D Major
Submitted on July 2nd 2005 by Stewart.
It’s too late for this. While tune #4531 is another "Mulhaire’s", it’s a different melody attributed to the same person. The triplicates are all, as Mulhaire named them:
"The Old Thatched House"…
Mulhaire’s in G
I found Mulhaire’s in another key, the key of G major, in the Fiddler’s Fancy instruction book. It starts on B before middle C, instead of the F above middle C. I like this version better. I just love the low notes. Here it is, if anyone wants it:
|:DC|B2,DB, G,B,DB,|C2EC G,CEG|FADF ADFD|GFGA BADC|
|B2,DB G,B3,|CE3 GE3|DFAB cAFG|AGGF G2:|
|:Bc|d2BG dGBG|dGBG AGDG|AGAB cBcd|eA(3AAA eAce|
|d2BG dGBG|dGBG AGED|B,A,B,D CEGE|DB,CA,G,2:|
In our session, that 3rd bar gets played like this |cAec AecA|.
Here it is by Fred Finn and Peter Horan
Mulhaire’s — as played by Mulhaire
Here’s a setting from Martin Mulhaire’s own playing, from track 3 of the recording Warming Up with Martin Mulhaire, Séamus Connolly And Jack Coen…
S: Martin Mulhaire, Warming Up
AdAF DFAF | G2 BG DGBd | cAeA ceAc | dcde fdAG|
AdAF DFAF | GB ~B2 dB ~B2 | Ae ~e2 gece |1 ~e2 ce dBAG :|2 ~e2 ce defg ||
|:a2 (3fed ad ~d2 | adfd edBd | edef gfga | bee^d efgb |
a2 (3fed ad ~d2 | Adfd edBA | FA ~A2 GBdB |1 AFGE D4:|2 AFGE D2 FG ||
Good tune for fleadh