Dans Plinn reel

By J.C. Huitorel

There are 10 recordings of this tune.

Dans Plinn has been added to 4 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Dans Plinn
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
e2 Bd c2|c2 ed/c/ Bd|c2 c2 e2|Ad c2 c2|ed/c/ Bd c2|
c2 e2 eB|dc B2 cd|cB A2 A2|e2 eB dc|
B2 cd cB|A2 A2 Bc/B/|Ac B2 BA|Bc Ac B2|
B2 Bc/B/ Ac|B2 BA Bc|d>c B2 B2|cd e>f ec|
d2 dB Bd|cB A2 cd|e>f ec d>d c/|Bc BA B2|
B2 cd e>f|ec d2 dB|Bd cB A2|cd e>f ec|
d>d c/ Bc BA|B2 B2 Bc/B/|Ac B2 BA|Bc Ac B2|
B2 Bc/B/ Ac|B2 BA Bc|d>c B2 B2|cd e>f ec|
d2 dB Bd|cB A2 cd|e>f ec d>d c/|Bc BA B2|
B2 cd e>f|ec d2 dB|Bd cB A2|cd e>f ec|
d>d c/ Bc BA|B2 B2|
2
X: 2
T: Dans Plinn
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:edef BABf|edef BBBf:|:edef ba f2|1 ed e/f/g f4:|2 edef B3 f||

Three comments

Dans Plinn (1)

As one might expect… NOT a reel. The word Plin ("flat") comes from Breton ‘Plen’ (plain). In the literal sense, the term implies the idea of ​​sobriety, continuity, regularity, and illustrates the fact that the body hardly moves and the feet are kept quite flat while stepping "barely higher than a cigarette paper." The name varies a lot: plin or plinn , dañs plon or plone (dance of Plounevez-Quintin ). The dance is also often referred to as a fañch, fañch being the name given to the headdress worn in a southern part of Brittany ( Corlay - Perret ). The plinn is believed to have originated as a fun way to beat earth floors or prepare threshing grounds in preparation for the annual battage.

about 170 bpm

Re: Dans Plinn

and it seems to be in 3/4 not 4/4