Lente In Laren
I learned this lovely tune from the mandolin playing of Baron Collins-Hill of Belfast, Maine at the Maine Fiddle Camp last summer. It comes from the fanstatic Belgian accordion duo Naragonia: Toon van Mierlo and Pascale Rubens on their recording Carabel. These folks need to be more widely known: their music is rich and their playing subtle and intuitive. Give a listen here:
I labeled this tune a barndance, though they call it a schottische. Whatever you call it, it’s not a fast tune.
Originally in F, I play it on an F whistle in D and have been learning my way around it in F on the concertina. Maybe at some point I’ll write out the transposition. I’ve written out guitar chords with a capo on 3.
Listen to Baron playing it here:
Lente In Laren, X:2
Here’s a transposed version. I play this tune on an F whistle with "D fingers."
Lente In Laren, X:3
tiny changes from
Re: Lente In Laren
tiny changes from jdicarlo’s great version above