This completes what I find to be one of the coolest set of gigs from Larry Nugent’s cd, two for two. However, the Monument I find to be a really interesting Dmix tune in its own right. I have been developing a fascination (fetish?) with dmix tunes lately, and it strikes me that this tune is paradigmatic of the heights in which Dmix tunes can soar. The title of the tune actually refers to a monument somewhere in Ireland, but again I do not have the liner notes at the moment to confirm the details.
oh, i forgot to mention that the second time thru both the a and b parts are Larry’s variations to be used of course at your discretion.
according to liner notes, this tune was composed by Larry’s father, Sean Nugent, and is named after a dolmen on the top of Larghy Mountain in Lack, Co. Fermanagh.
THe 2nd octave Cnaturals that Larry uses sound great but they are tough to get cleanly on a flute. I wonder what this would sound like on a fiddle or pipes.
BTW the cnaturals show up on the WFO recording. I assume they are also on his solo album.
“Seán Nugent’s March” ~ C: Seán Nugent
:-D ~ cut and paste, I should have seen that duplication in the original discussion submission ~ ‘CD and Book CD and book’…