|:DED DED|EGF ECE|DED DED|cBc B2D|
DED DED|EFG ECE|GAG GEC|1 DED D3:|2 DED DFA||
|:dAA dAF|cBc EFG|dAd dAB|cdc BAG|
ABc AFD|EGF ECE|GAG GEC|1 DED DFA:|2 DED D3||
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Anhysbys has been added to 4 tunebooks.
I transcribed this from the Kilbride Brother’s cd.Is it an Irish or a Scottish tune? Dvid Meredith
If this comes from the 3 fiddle-playing Kilbride brothers, they’re Welsh, therefore………. ???
There are a number of tunes on the Kilbride Brother’s cd that are not of Welsh origin.I wondered if anybody knew it by another name.It sounds Irish to me.David
Btw, “anhysbys” is Welsh for “unknown”!
~ or ~ ‘unversed’
Who’s the composer?
Play all the C notes as naturals so too change it to the Key of G, and so is in the same key as Kilbride play it.
BTW just changing all the C# to C natural doesn’t change the key to G - it is still in D but in the Mixolydian mode