Hey! I love this tune! Funny that it wasn’t in here before. Kevin Burke plays this one on his "In Concert" album. Where did you get it, jocklet?
I recorded a slightly different version at a session,but this version comes from Breandan Breathnach’s "Ceol Rince na hEiriann." Just for the record,in the other setting the first four bars of the second part go like this:
|aece Aece|fece Aece|aece AecA|(3Bcd cA BA F2|.
Doesn’t Kevin Burke play this reversed? With the B part first and the A part last?
Also played in G but that’s hardly surprising as it happens with a lot of tunes in A and vice versa.
armandaromin, check out comments on The Fool’s jigs for a list of tunes with this 2nd part here in 1st or 2nd position…
The version I posted yesterday was my best attempt at Kevin Burke’s rendition on his In Concert CD. He does start with the B part and ends with the B part as well.
This is a slide, do you like it ? 😉
This tune came back recently to my memory rather as a slide… For example :
ABc E2F A2c e3 | def B2c d2e f3 | f2e c2e a2e c2A | Bcd c2B A3 A3|
Jackie Daly also plays it on CD ‘Living Tradition"
Re: Walsh’s hornpipe (also a slide)
Shall We Step Out?
Another tune from:
Lets Have A Session,
Continuing The Tradition,
A Second Compilcation Of Traditional Irish Music,
Settings Selected And Arranged By Kathleen Harte.