An Peata Sa Chisineach jig

Also known as The Pet In The Kitchen.

There is 1 recording of a tune by this name.

An Peata Sa Chisineach has been added to 1 tune set.

An Peata Sa Chisineach has been added to 25 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: An Peata Sa Chisineach
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
g|:aAA AGA|FAA EAA|FAA GBB|cAc Bce|
aAA AGA|FAA EAA|FAA GBB|cAG A2e:|
|:cee dff|cee ecA|cee fga|ecA BAB|
cee dff|cee ecA|Bdc BAB|cAG A2B:|
X: 2
T: An Peata Sa Chisineach
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|:cee dff|cee ecA|c3 fga|ecA B2B|
Ace fga|ecA BAF|EAA GBB|cAG A2B:|
X: 3
T: An Peata Sa Chisineach
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
f|:gBG GFG|EGG DGG|EGG FAA |BGB ABd|
gBG GFG|EGG DGG|EGG FAA |BGF G2d:|
|:Bdd cee|Bdd dBG|Bdd efg|dBA AGA|
Bdd cee|Bdd dBG|AcB AGA|BGF G2d:|

Six comments

An Peata Sa Chisineach

Just added this tune, as heard on "Ceol Aduaidh" by Mairead Ni Mhaoanaigh and Frankie Kennedy.

They follow this with "An Fathach Tireannach" (in Dmaj instead of Amaj as written on this site), and then play "Atholl Highlanders". Nice set!

First Part sounds like Jig of Slurs which is often played with Atholl Highlanders

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Hi,

Looks like you might have had a cut and paste error in preparing the abc for the second part. The second part here is from a different tune. The second part as played on Ceol Aduaidh is

|:cee dff|cee ecA|c3 fga|ecA B2B|
Ace fga|ecA BAF|EAA GBB|cAG A2B:|

Starts the same but then diverges.

Jim

Sorry for the wrong information. I just looked at the sleeve notes of the recording and found the pet isn’t James Byrne’s fiddle but someone else’s hung on a kitchen wall. Well, is it common to hang instruments on the wall in Donegal?