The Cat Rambles To The Child’s Saucepan slide

Also known as The Cat’s Rambles To The Child’s Saucepan, Cullen, Gleanntan, Glountane, Mary Willie’s, Mary Willy’s, Mick Duggan’s, Mick Mahony’s.

There are 26 recordings of this tune.

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The Cat Rambles To The Child’s Saucepan appears in 2 other tune collections.

The Cat Rambles To The Child’s Saucepan has been added to 12 tune sets.

The Cat Rambles To The Child's Saucepan has been added to 230 tunebooks.

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Two settings

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X: 1
T: The Cat Rambles To The Child's Saucepan
R: slide
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
A|:d2 ef2 e dcd ~B3|g2 A cBA e2 A cBA|
|d2 ef2 e dcd ~B3|g2 A cBA d3 d2 A:|
|:d2 ef2 a baf a2 f|e2 A cBA efe cBA|
|d2 ef2 a baf a2 f|e2 A cBA d3 d2 A:|
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X: 2
T: The Cat Rambles To The Child's Saucepan
R: slide
M: 12/8
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
|: G | c2d e2d cBc ~A3 | f2G BAG d2G BAG |
c2d e2d cBc AcA | f2G BAG ~c3 c2 :|
|: G | c2e ~g3 age ~g2e | d2G BAG d2G BAG |
c2e ~g3 age ~g2e | d2G BAG ~c3 c2 :|

Three comments

The Cat Rambles to the Child’s Saucepan

With the thread going now on slides, and all the talk and tunes about cats and mice, this tune fits right in!

I’ve heard this recorded by the Chieftains and Cherish the Ladies, both featuring whistles in higher registers. I pulled this off the "Best of " Cherish the Ladies compilation and transposed it down to D to avoid any jumps out of first position. We typically play this in a set after Denis Murphy’s slide.

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The Cats rambles

This is called Mary Willie’s in the great set of the Bothy Band
"Out of the Wind into the Sun" Slides the middle slide.

The Chieftains played it in C, which I learned from "The Best of the Chieftains".