Maidhc Dainnín Ó Sé’s slide

Also known as Danny O’Shea’s, Jazzing With Mag Leary, Paddy Glackin’s, Pete Bradley’s, Templeglantine.

There are 13 recordings of this tune.

This tune has been recorded together with

Maidhc Dainnín Ó Sé’s appears in 2 other tune collections.

Maidhc Dainnín Ó Sé’s has been added to 11 tune sets.

Maidhc Dainnín Ó Sé's has been added to 57 tunebooks.

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Three settings

1
X: 1
T: Maidhc Dainnín Ó Sé's
R: slide
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
a2g|:f2a g2e fed B2A|def agf e3 a2g|
f2a g2e fed B2A|dcd f2e d3 d3:|:
e3 efg a3 agf|e3 efe d2B BAB|
e3 efg a3 agf|efe dcB A3 A3:|
2
X: 2
T: Maidhc Dainnín Ó Sé's
R: slide
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: e |\
f2 a g2 e fed B2 A | def agf e3 e3 |
f2 a g2 e fed B2 A | def efe d3 d2 :|
|: f |\
e2 e ece f2 a agf | efe efe dcd Bcd |
e2 e ece faa agf | e/f/ge dcB A3 Ac :|
3
X: 3
T: Maidhc Dainnín Ó Sé's
R: slide
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: e |\
f2 a g2 e fed B2 A | dcd agf e3 e^de |
f2 a g2 e fed B2 A | dcd f2 e d3 d2- :|
|: d |\
e3 ee/f/g a3- a2 f | gBB gBB g3 gfe |
f2 a gfe fed B2 A | dcd f2 e d3- d2- :|

Eight comments

Source: Paul McGrattan : "The frost is all over"
Transcription: gian marco p.

"Pete Bradley’s" ~ taking it through its paces

X: 2
T: Pete Bradley’s
L: 1/8
M: 12/8
R: slide
K: D Major
|: e |\
f2 a g2 e fed B2 A | def agf e3 e3 |
f2 a g2 e fed B2 A | def efe d3 d2 :|
|: f |\
e2 e ece f2 a agf | efe efe dcd Bcd |
e2 e ece faa agf | e/f/ge dcB A3 Ac :|

"Danny O’Shea’s"

X: 3
T: Danny O’Shea’s
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
R: slide
K: D Major
|: e |\
f2 a g2 e fed B2 A | dcd agf e3 e^de |
f2 a g2 e fed B2 A | dcd f2 e d3 d2- :|
|: d |\
e3 ee/f/g a3- a2 f | gBB gBB g3 gfe |
f2 a gfe fed B2 A | dcd f2 e d3- d2- :|

Danu calls this slide "Jazzing With Mag Leary". It’s the fourth tune in the last set of their recording "The Road Less Travelled".

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…and what I would like to sincerely know is, who is Mag Leary and what exactly IS Danu doing with her? Very suspicious, I say.

Another take

This tune also appears as a jig in Bulmer & Sharpley’s "Music from Ireland" (1974) under the title Paddy Glackin’s.

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Oops, that’s in Book 4, tune #49.

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A slide is a single jig. Notating them in 12/8 is a relatively new phenomenon, though it better defines those classic long 2-bar (in 6/8) phrases that make it slide…