The Piper’s Apron slip jig

There are 3 recordings of a tune by this name.

The Piper's Apron has been added to 36 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: The Piper's Apron
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
DFA ded cde|DFA d=cA GEA|
DFA dfe dAB|1 =c2A AGF GED:|2 =cde dcA GED||
|:d2e fdf ~g3|afd d^cd ecA|
[1 d2f e^ce dAB|=c2A AGF GED:|
[2 fed ece dAB|=cde dcA GEA||
X: 2
T: The Piper's Apron
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:DF/G/A ded cde|DF/G/A d=cA GEA|DF/G/A dg/f/e dAB| =c2A AGF GEA|
DF/G/A df/g/d cde|DFA d=cA GEA|D3 dg/f/e dAB| =cde dcA GED||
|:d2e fdf g3|afd dB/^c/d ecA| d2f e^ce dAB|=c2A AGF GEA|
d2e fdf g3|afd dB/^c/d ecA| g/f/ed ece dAB|=cde dcA GEA||
# Added by JACKB .

Three comments

The Piper’s Apron

I don’t remember where this came from,I may have recorded it at a session.

This is a composition of the Waterford piper and whistler Tommy Keane, who has made a couple of records. The prascín, the piper’s apron, is a piece of leather tied to the piper’s right thigh, to insure closure of the bottom of the chanter for stacatto or "tight" playing (with silences in the music, for proper phrasing).

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The Piper’s Apron, X:2

Tommy Keane’s lovely jig with a few of my variations.

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