T: Frost And Snow
|:EF|GFGA GEDE|~G3A G2ED|EAAB cBAG|ABcd e2E2|
ABcd eg~g2|dBGB (3ded cd|edcB AGED|EAAG A2:|
|:(3EFG|AGAB ~c3d|ef (3gfe a2ef|~g3e dcBd|cBAc BGED|
ABcd ef (3gfe|dBGB (3ded cd|edcA AGED|EAAG A2:|
Frost And Snow appears in 1 other tune collection.
Frost And Snow has been added to 34 tunebooks.
Nice tune - fits into a Vivaldi like four seasons piece I’ve been working on. Is there any history on this piece? Age, Composer, tradition? Some of the trills seem to work out better as 16th to 8th triplets - at this early playing though.
Frost and Snow is from the revised O’Neill’s book, edited by Miles Krassen, I believe.
The ornament symbols refer to rolls not trills. The tune would seem to be Irish and is in a modal key.
I’m intrigued by finding this tune here - I found it in Krassen’s O’Neill’s years ago, on a needle-in-the-haystack good tune hunting quest in that book. Never heard it played, or for that matter persisted in playing it myself.
I’ve seen this tune with G#’s at various places in the tune. Adds a nice touch and makes it a little mysterious. For example, in the beginning of the 2nd part,
(E2|AG#AB… and at the end of each part, EAG#B A2 or EAAG# A2
I like this setting of it:
I’m currently learning this one for Christmas, it’s a nice tune, I had never heard of it, but saw a fiddler playing on Instagram and decided to search for it.