Tomorrow Morning hornpipe

Also known as Con Club.

There are 14 recordings of a tune by this name.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with The Cloone (a few times) and O’Donnell’s (a few times).

Tomorrow Morning has been added to 2 tune sets.

Tomorrow Morning has been added to 64 tunebooks.

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Four settings

X: 1
T: Tomorrow Morning
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:fe|dAFA dfed|ecAc egfe|fafd Bged|c2A2A2 fe|
dAFA dfed|ecAc egfe|fafd Bgec|d2d2d2:|
|:fg|afdfa2gf|geceg2fe|fafd Bged|c2A2A2fe|
dAFA dfed|ecAc egfe|fafd Bgec|d2d2d2:|
X: 2
T: Tomorrow Morning
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
(3gfe|dAFA defd|ecAc efge|fafd Bded|cdBc A2 (3ABc|
dAFA defd|ecAc efge|fafd Acec|d2dc d2:|
fg|afdf a2gf|gece g2ag|fafd Bded|ceBe A2 (3gfe|
dAFA defd|ecAc efge|fafd Acec|d2dc d2:|
X: 3
T: Tomorrow Morning
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
dAFA defd | ecAc efge | fafd Bded | cdBc A2 (3ABc |
dAFA defd | ecAc efge | fafd Acec | d2 dc d2 :|
afdf a2gf | gece g2 ag | fafd Bded | ceBe A2 (3gfe |
dAFA defd | ecAc efge | fafd Acec | d2 dc d2 :|
X: 4
T: Tomorrow Morning
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:fe|dAFA dafd|ecAc egfe|(3fga fd Bged|(3cec A^G Agfe|
dAFA dafd|ecAc egfe|(3fga fd gecd|eddc d2:|
|:(3efg|afdf a2 gf|gece g2 fe|(3efg fd Bged|
|1(3cec A^G Aefg|afdf a2 gf|gece g2 fe|(3fga fd Bgec|d2 dc d2:|
|2 (3cec A^G Agfe| dAFA dafd|ecAc egfe|(3fga fd gecd|eddc d2||

Nineteen comments

Tomorrow Morning

I just happened to run across this hornpipe in O’Neill’s the other day, and I really like it. It goes together nicely with Fisher’s, in my opinion. As soon as I can record an mp3 of the tune, I will link to it here.

-Max

Origin

Do you happen to have the O’Neill number for this tune available? It really is a gem …

1661

Yes, it is No. 1661. And it is in the version of O’Neill’s with 1850 tunes, not the one with 1001. Glad you like the hornpipe. I love it too!

-Max

“Tomorrow Morning” ~ I guess you didn’t do a name search first?

Submitted on December 6th 2003 by Max Becher.
https://thesession.org/tunes/2233

There are a few little differences, but hardly enough not to have gone into the ‘Comments’ of the earlier contribution…but valued just the same, wherever…

“Tomorrow Morning” ~ repeated in the future

Submitted on May 24th 2006 by new-strings.
https://thesession.org/tunes/5795

Checking for the tune’s pre-existance here escaped the contributor, like doing a title search. Their contribution might not survive the final cut, so here it is as given in the ABC’s but with the key signature correction, from the incorrectly stated ‘C Major’ to the actual ‘D Major’…

T: Tomorrow Morning
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: hornpipe
K: D Major
|: (3gfe|
dAFA defd | ecAc efge | fafd Bded | cdBc A2 (3ABc |
dAFA defd | ecAc efge | fafd Acec | d2 dc d2 :|
|: fg |
afdf a2gf | gece g2 ag | fafd Bded | ceBe A2 (3gfe |
dAFA defd | ecAc efge | fafd Acec | d2 dc d2 :|

Oh yeah, of course ‘flamin fiddler’ is being kind in asking. This is not C Major ~ is definitely with the two sharps, F & C, or as ‘ff’ so kindly asks and I state ~ it is in D Major…or else it is just damned weird…

Haha ‘c’ you’re just jealous cuz you know that if you had submitted this it would have been zapped immediately!

Oz-ification ~

Caught in the act… Only, first I’d search for a title and alternates, then I’d search for the ABC’s of several bars from different parts in numerous ways and keys ~ at least ~ before I’d submit anything. Then, still curious, if I did come across the revelation that I’d duplicated a thing, well, I’d turn myself in to the overseer, the big ‘J’. So it isn’t as if I’m shy of that magic wand that has disolved efforts of mine in the past. It’s when they disappear and they really aren’t duplications, or triplcations, or quadruplifications… Alright, ALRIGHT - - - so maybe you’re right and I do get some evil pleasure from unveiling ‘true’ multiplications of the same melody on site here. Anybody found any quintets yet??? I’ve at least found several quads and a slew of triplets… Heh, heh, HEH, HAR, HARDY, HAR, HAR… ~ no, I wanted and evil laugh. How do you do that in print? You know, like Oz’s evil witch of the West. Damn, you’re in Oz and you’re from the west. Where’s my ruby slippers?

We may as well have some fun here while it lasts. How about naughts and crosses? I’ll start, after all it was my idea:

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_ | O | _
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_ | _ | _
_ | O | X
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Oh no I wanna change it. Can I change it? sh*t it’s too late. Jeremy, can you delete it please, ‘c’ is going to win and I can’t stand losing!

Maybe I’ll just have to pretend not to see your next move :-)

_ | _ | _
_ | O | X
O | _ | _

_ _ O |

/O \ _
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X /
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Oops. Sorry ‘c’, my hand slipped there. We’ll have to start again.

Yuh cheat! Only this time let’s make it chess… :-P

every one makes mistakes now and then

Hey, I valued your contribution enough to insure its posterity… ;-)

Here’s yet another variation. I got this setting from Briam Conway. Notice the af# instead of f#e in the A part and the change up in the 1st B . I rather like it ;)

X: 1
T:Tomorrow Morning
S:Brian Conway
M:4/4
L:1/8
C:Traditional
R:Hornpipe
K:Dmaj
|:fe|dAFA dafd|ecAc egfe|(3fga fd Bged|(3cec A^G Agfe|
dAFA dafd|ecAc egfe|(3fga fd gecd|eddc d2:|
|:(3efg|afdf a2 gf|gece g2 fe|(3efg fd Bged|
|1(3cec A^G Aefg|afdf a2 gf|gece g2 fe|(3fga fd Bgec|d2 dc d2:|
|2 (3cec A^G Agfe| dAFA dafd|ecAc egfe|(3fga fd gecd|eddc d2||

Tomorrow Morning

Just heard this the other night played by Frank, in Hughes’s (hope he doesn’t mind me taking his name in vain, and I’m afraid I don’t know his second name). He played the second bar of the second part with a c natural, which was really great. It’s a great tune anyway, but Frank’s version made it even better, IMHO.

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Ceolachan and Dow

You make me laugh :-)

https://thesession.org/tunes/5795

Read the comments section HA HA HA

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