By Charlie Lennon - comment later.
Kenny - you’ve transfluted it. Charlie Lennon plays it in E.
O MY LORD I LOVE THIS TUNE SO MUCH, I LOVE THE WAY THEY LEAD THE TUNE OUT AND PUT IT AT A GOOD RANDOM SPEED.I THINK IT MAKES PEOPLE LISTEN TO IT OVER AND OVER. I PLAY THE VIOLIN AND I JUST LOVE IT I HAVE BEEN PLAYING IT SINCE I WAS 9/10 YEARS OLD AND I JUST LOVE IT IM 14 YEARS OLD NOW COMING 15 IN JANUARY. I THINK IM GOOD AT IT BUT STILL WORKING ON TUNES FOR IT TO BE PERFECT,I NEVER STOP PLAYING A TUNE UNTIL IT IS JUST PERFECT.BUT THIS TUNE IM WORKING ON IT AT THE MINUTE.
Aaaargh, that isn’t doing anything for my hangover headache.
Nice in E, but not very friendly for Kenny’s flute. Apart from the key, the transcription’s pretty close to the original. The only difference is the last bar. Transcribed into D, CL’s very tasty last bar is |cAeA GAEA||.
Does anyone have an address, e-mail, for CL, or some other means of contacting him? I’d like to ask his permission (and terms) to record this tune, and perhaps one or two others I stumble upon along the way. Sadly, Google knows who CL is, but doesn’t readily reveal how to contact him. Thank you!
Setting #3 is transcribed (approximately) from Charlie Lennon’s ‘Musical Memories’ recording, in the original key. Note that only the D in bar 4 is natural.
Re: Sailing In
Found in De Danann - A Jacket Of Batteries, track 6
Sailing In, X:5
Originally in F, but on a fiddle tuned in Eb, so be played in E…