Crehan’s Kitchen reel

Also known as Crehans Kitchen.

There is 1 recording of a tune by this name.

Crehan's Kitchen has been added to 16 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Crehan's Kitchen
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:D3F AF3|AFBF AFEF|DFDF AF3|BFAF EDFE:|
fd3 edBc|dedB ABde|fd3 edBc|dBAF EFD2|
fd3 edBc|dedB ABde|f3d dBAB|dBAF EDFE|
X: 2
T: Crehan's Kitchen
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:~D3F AF~F2|AFBF AFEF|DFDF AF~F2|BFAF EDFE:|
fd~d2 edBc|dedB ABde|fd~d2 edBc|dBAF EFD2|
fd~d2 edBc|dedB ABde|~f3d dBAB|dBAF EDFE|

Five comments

Crehan’s Kitchen

This is my first ABC post, so if anyone has suggestions for notation, let me know. I got the tune from PJ Crotty and James Cullinan’s recording "Happy to Meet."

I don’t like the transcription

I think the ornemantations desserve better than a single x3

X: 1
T: Crehan’s Kitchen
M:4/4
L:1/8
R: reel
K: D
|:~D3F AF~F2|AFBF AFEF|DFDF AF~F2|BFAF EDFE:|
fd~d2 edBc|dedB ABde|fd~d2 edBc|dBAF EFD2|
fd~d2 edBc|dedB ABde|~f3d dBAB|dBAF EDFE|

Paul O’Shaughnessy and quite a few other regulars at Hughes’ in Dublin were of the opinion that this tune would originally be a strathspey. Has anyone here come across the strathspey setting?

Miss Ramsey

This is Miss Ramsey, albeit with just 2 parts and in a slightly altered version. And this would back up what Markus has said as I’ve heard Miss Ramsey began life as a strathspey or highland. Now to dig up the source.