Joe Bane’s barndance

Also known as Bill O’Malley’s, Joe Bane’s, Joe Bane’s Schottische.

There are 16 recordings of a tune by this name.

Joe Bane’s has been added to 8 tune sets.

Joe Bane's has been added to 29 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: Joe Bane's
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
fe|.d2 FA.A2 FA|AB de fg fe|.d2 FA .AF dF|ef fe dA Bc:|
d3f af ed |Be ee fe e2|d3f af ed |ef fe dA Bc|
d3f af ed |Be ee fe e2|f3f g3g|fa fd e2 fe|
# Added by Rover .
X: 2
T: Joe Bane's
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
ge| d2 GA B2 BA| d2 G2 G2 ge| d2 GA B2 AG| B2 A2 A2 ge|
d2 GA B2 AG| B2 d2 g2 ge| d2 de dB GB| A2 G2 G2:|
ef| g2 ga ge d2| e2 ed e2 ge| d2 GA B2 AG| B2 A2 A2 ef|
g2 ga ge d2| e2 ed e2 ge| d2 de dB GB| A2 G2 G2:|
X: 3
T: Joe Bane's
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|:ge|d2GAB2AG|d2G2G2ge|d2GAB2AG|B2A2A2Bc|
d2GAB2AG|B2d2g2ge|d2de dBAc|B2G2G2:|
|:d2|g2gf gedg|e2ed efgd|d2de dBGA|B2A2A2d2|
g2gf gedg|e2ed efge|d2de dBAc|B2G2G2:|

Seven comments

Re: Joe Bane’s (schottische)

It’s given a 4/4 time sig. but has irregular bar lengths (three of 3/4, two of 3.5/4 and one of 2/4). Can this be right?

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Re: Joe Bane’s (schottische)

er, no - sorry bout that - hopefully now corrected

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Re: Schottische

Isn’t this Joe Bane’s (a.k.a. Bill O’Malley’s) Schottische?

Re: Schottische

Cheers, I didn’t know it by the other names and needed the sheet music for it and couldn’t find it. I don’t think I can move this setting to the right place? - I just added Bill O’Malley’s & Joe Bane’s to the ‘Also known as’.

Re: Joe Bane’s

With the greatest respect, I think the title has caused a bit of confusion here. I would suggest that settings X:2 and X:3 here belong more with Dornoch Links.
See https://thesession.org/tunes/1649
("Also known as Andrew McNamara’s, Bill Malley’s Schottische, Bill Malley’s Scottische, Billy Malley’s Schottishe, Dornoch Links March, Joe Bane’s, Joe Bane’s March, Joe Bane’s Schottische, Joe Bane’s Scotische, Joe Banes Scotische, Joe Banis, Joe Bane’s Scotische".)

"Joe Bane’s" was the title for the Dornoch Links tune used in the recording "Maiden Voyage", which was the source of the tune used for the first setting of Dornoch Links shown above.

The fact that Cormac Begley useed the same title, Joe Bane’s, for the different tune he played on his CD unforrunately means that all the other tunes with the same title show up here in the ‘recordings’ list, but that of course that doesn’t mean setting X:1 here belongs with all the others there.

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