Knockliscrane Cross reel

Knockliscrane Cross has been added to 2 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Knockliscrane Cross
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
AdAF D2FD|EFGF EA,3|AdAF D2FD|EFGE FD3|
AdAF D2FD|EFGF EA,3|AdAF D2FD|EAGE FD3||
Ad3 fd3 | cA3 cde2 | Ad3 fd3 | cAGE FD3 |
Ad3 fd3 | cAAB cde2 |fdec d2cA | (3Bcd AG FD3||
X: 2
T: Knockliscrane Cross
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
dgdB G2BG|ABcB AD3|dgdB G2BG|ABcA BG3|
dgdB G2BG|ABcB AD3|dgdB G2BG|AdcA BG3||
dg3 bg3 | fd3 fga2 | dg3 bg3 | fdcA BG3 |
dg3 bg3 | fdde fga2 |bgaf g2fd | (3efg dc BG3||

Three comments

Knockliscrane Cross

Lovely reel composed by Claire Watts, a fluter, fiddler, singer from Galway, now living in Knockliscrane, Miltown Malbay, Co Clare. She played it, along with Fergal Scahill for his day 300 tune-a-day, and Gerry Hegarty. The three of them blasting on fiddles.

https://www.facebook.com/FergalScahillMusic/videos/1459046114191719/

I like it in G major on the flute, though on the concertina and the fiddle it’s fine in D.

Knockliscrane Cross, X:2

I love it on the flute in G. No matter the key it’s a lovely reel and fun to play around with.
I haven’t met them but I’m happy to support their music: http://gerandclaire.com/

Re: Knockliscrane Cross

Thanks for posting this, and for the version in G. It’s a lovely, lively tune indeed. Amazing how much wonderful music is being composed in our own time, and this is one of the best.

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