Sliabh Maol reel

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Sliabh Maol has been added to 1 tunebook.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Sliabh Maol
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
G2BG DGBG|DGBG dBGB|AFDF ABcd|egfa gedB|
G2BG DGBG|dBGB d2ef|gefd ecAG|FDEF G4:|
|:g2bg dgbg|f2af dfaf|g2bg dgbg|faef gdBd|
g2bg dgbg|f2af dfaf|b2af gfed|bdefG4:|
2
X: 2
T: Sliabh Maol
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
G2 BG DGBG|~G2 BG ~G2 BG|L[DA]3 A ABcd|(3efg fa gedB|
G2 BG DGBd|dBGB d2 ef|~g2 fg ecAG|1 (3FED EF GDB,D:|2 (3FED EF G2 Bd||
g2 bg dgbg|f2 af dfaf|g2 bg dgag|fdef gdBd|
g2 bg dgbg|f2 af dfaf|~b2 af gfed|1 (3efg fa gfef:|2 (3efg fa gedB||

Three comments

Sliabh Maol

Another tune from:
Lets Have A Session,
Continuing The Tradition,
A Second Complication Of Traditional Irish Music,
Settings Selected And Arranged By Kathleen Harte.

Re: Sliabh Maol

"A Second Complication Of Traditional Irish Music" ? I thought the music was complicated enough already 🙂

Connor, if you check the actual title I think you’ll find its a ‘Compilation’ - and this looks like the third time you’ve made the same mistake when contributing tunes copied from this source. (Just a friendly hint)

Sliabh Maol, X:2

Maol Mountain. As played by John McEvoy and friends, "Traditional Irish Fiddle" (2012). Per liner notes the tune comes down from a Denis Murphy radio recording of 1963. The geographic feature ("Bald mountain") is in the Slieve Luachra region and is also inspiration for the polka, Top of Maol.