Bad Boy, No Biscuit
Sorry, it had to be done, *smirk*
…Zina, Jack and Yamadasan!
Deliberate references to The Temperance, The Virginia, Over The Moor To Maggie and and and…
…The Earl’s Chair, and and and…
LOL — Mark, you horrible little man…LOL I’ll never be able to learn this, it’s too much like everything else. *grin*
Does this tune sound like Craig’s Pipes? Another title is The Plagiarist, isn’t it?
I’m a bad composer, so can’t write a nice tune for you, Mark san. But I transcribed Harry Bradley’s version of The Walls of Liscarrol in the comment space recently. I give it to you. I’m sure you’ll like it.
Yamadasan, thanks for the alternative title - I’ve added it formally!
So…, it’s already recorded by a Scottish piper.
Doesn’t matter, we can plagiarise the title too!
I think a better title would be The Plagiarist II, then.
At least "Bad Boy, No Biscuit" is not likely to have been recorded!
Oh, but you ought to put a copyright on it, Mark. *smirk*
I’m not learning this one… it sounds too much like Out on the Ocean.
I was wondering if anyone would notice, Jack :
This tune wouldn’t go too well with "The cup of tea" then, if there’s no biscuit. Still, we could have "The glass of beer" instead. 🙂
I Like where John’s going with this. :
I didn’t realise my tune was going to be so popular. It’s already been recorded by Tommy Peoples, Frankie Gavin and Matt Molloy amongst others :
Here’s a new idea…
Ya did a crackin job turning ‘Out on the Ocean’ into a reel, Dow… now try making it into a waltz. ;
Why don’t you give it a go, Jack? I loved the last tune of yours you posted.
Thanks Dow, but someone already beat me to the waltz version.
Oh Jack, I’m sure you could just plagiarise the B-part as is, and do something with the A-part?!
Out on the Ocean — the waltz
Brilliant! I am truely humbled. Dow… that’s pure feckin genius.