| B2 BA G2 GA | BddB d2 ed | B2 BA G2 GA | Beed efed |
B2 BA GFGA | BddB d2 gf |eBBA GFGA | Beed efed |
(3Bcd ef g2 ed | BddB d2 BA | (3Bcd ef g2 ga | bgag e2 dc |
(3Bcd ef g2 ed | BddB d2 gf | eBBA GFGA | Beed e4 |
When in Custy’s in Ennis leading up to this year’s Willie Clancy week, I bought the CD "Roithlean" by Saileog ni Cheannabhain. Track #9 is a set of 3 reels with this setting of the slip-jig "The Whistling Thief" in the middle. The "re-arrangement" was by flute player Eoghan O’Ceannabhain, but it’s played in such a "bouncy" style that I thought it more suited as a barndance. The slip-jig is usually played in "Eminor", but this has more of a "G major" feel to it to me - willing to be guided on that.
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