Andy Broon’s reel

Also known as Andy Broons, Andy Brown’s.

There are 14 recordings of a tune by this name.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with Phil Cunningham’s (lots of times) and Annalese Bain (a few times).

Andy Broon’s has been added to 9 tune sets.

Andy Broon's has been added to 129 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Andy Broon's
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Fmaj
ag|fcAf cAfc|AfcA a3 g|fcAf cAfc|eggf g2 ag|
fcAf cAfc|AfcA a3 g|fcAf cAfc|eggf g2||
fe|dBdf eceg|fefg agfe|dBdf eceg|f2 fe fgef|
dBdf eceg|fefg agfe|dBdf eceg|f2 fe f2||

Nine comments

Aly Bain composition

I know this isn’t an Irish tune but it is exceedingly popular in Scottish sessions. It’s often played before or after Dave Richardson’s "McArthur Road". Great tune.

I play it after Reel Beatrice. I agree - great tune!

John, try it after the Bonny Lass Of Fisherrow in C!
I first heard Andy Broon’s in a session in Cambridge, played with a whole load of Shetland tunes like Donald Blue and that one that goes K:A AB|c2ce dcBA|ceef a… can’t remember its name.

Oh yeah I remember - I’ll post it.

Dow, I realised that I knew this "John Spence of Uyeasound" but I had to check the title. Then, I see you’ve posted it. :-)

Aly Bain

This is an Aly Bain composition, properly of course "Mr. Andy Brown’s Reel", after the son of a friend if his

Andy Broons

Featured on the British TV Show, Peaky Blinders. Episode 4, Season 1 during a wedding. Thats where I first heard it.