Source: Laurence Nugent
Laurence Nugent in his first album plays this fling after the one I posted in February: https://thesession.org/tunes/1394
In my opinion are both two lovely tunes.
“The Four Provinces Highland Fling” ~ another way with it
R: highland fling
|: d>e |
f>gf>e d>cd>A | F<AA>d c<ee>a |
f2 f>e d>FA>d | c<ea>g f<d- :|
|: d>A |
|: D<EE>D F<AA>d |1 B>dd>B c<ee>A |
D>E (3EED F>A (3AAd | B/c/d e/f/g f<d- :|
2 B>dd>B c<e (3eea |
f>gf>e d>FA>d | c<ea>g f<d- ||
The Four Province Fling NO.?
A variant of "The Rose amang the Heather"? https://thesession.org/tunes/2986
NO! ~ I mean YES!
You beat me to it. I needed my beauty sleep… :-/
I’ve given another couple of 16 bar takes on the melody under the comments for "The Rose"…
Sorry, I mean "No.?"
IN TRIPLICATE ~ ( AABB = 16 bars )
"The Rose Amang The Heather" ( AABBC = 44-44-8 = 24 bars )
Key signature: Dmajor
Submitted on August 29th 2003 by dafydd.
"Am Faighir Muileach" ( transcribed ABAC )
Key signature: D Major
Submitted on April 13th 2005 by George Seto.
The Four Province Fling, X:3
Ceolachan,s setting readded