Gan Ainm reel

Gan Ainm has been added to 1 tune set.

Gan Ainm has been added to 4 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Gan Ainm
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gdor
|:fg|agfd gfdc|Afdc A2GF|Acc/c/c Acfa|~g3a (3gag fd|
agfa gfdc|Afdc d2cA|GFGA FGAc|dAcA G2:|
|:Ac|dgga gfdc|((3A=Bc) de f2gf|dcAG FDCA,|C/C/C A,C FAcf|
dgga gfdc|Afdc d2cA|GFGA FGAc|dAcA G2:|
2
X: 2
T: Gan Ainm
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Ador
|:ga|bage aged|Bged B2AG|Bdd/d/d Bdgb|~a3b (3aba ge|
bagb aged|Bged e2dB|AGAB GABd|eBdB A2:|
|:Bd|eaab aged|(3B^cd ef g2ag|edBA GEDB,|D/D/D B,D GBdg|
eaab aged|Bged e2dB|AGAB GABd|eBdB A2:|

Two comments

Gan Ainm

A mighty reel for which I have no name. I learned it from this video (https://youtu.be/XEzWO8v5NU8) starting at 5:05. The video was shared with us by the grandson of Sligo/New York fiddler Larry Redican. It’s from a practice tape of Larry and some other fiddlers and I’m not exactly sure who plays it here. I have heard that Andy McGann and Paddy Reynolds may have had it as well.


Anyway, a cracking tune and one of my current favourites to play on fiddle.

Gan Ainm, X:2

I decided to post a transposition up to A dorian. I just realized that this tune should go quite well in that key for any instrument — only the low B is unplayable on flute and whistle, and I’m sure there are workarounds for that issue, as well as for the triplets. Seems to me it would make a good session tune in this key if fluters and whistlers are around…