AFEF D3A|DFA DFAD2|BAFA E3F|GABc d3z|
AFEF D3A|DFA DFA DA|BAFA E3F|GABc d2BA|
dA eA f3a|gfed BA (3FGA|dA eA f3a|bagf edBA|
dA eA f3a|gfed BA F2|d baf edef|dBABd3z||
Also known as Glen Feshie.
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Glenfeshie has been added to 1 tunebook.
A fun reel that I learned from "The Friday Night Sessions: Traditional Music from Glasgow". I don’t know the origin (although presumably Scottish given the name?), but perhaps someone else here can shed more light. On the record they play cranns on (almost) all the held D’s and E’s in the A part while rolling the F’s in the B part, which sounds really good.
Niall Kenny should be able to elucidate. He played it on the CD, and I seem to remember he composed the tune as well.
Kenny, as ever, is right that it is one of my compositions. It was written following a memorable week spent in the glen. It is in the Cairngorm mountain range, and was at that time in private ownership and not open to the public.