Source: Connolly, Seamus & Martin Mulhaire & Jack Coen - Warming Up
The 13th bar of the B part should be |BzB deg|.
Sorry for that.
Reminds me of Tell Her I Am https://thesession.org/tunes/161
The Green Fields of Woodford
This jig is often associated with Bronx fluter Jack Coen, who is originally from Woodford, East Galway. Another E. Galway flute player Sean Moloney also recorded it citing his father Eddie Moloney as the source.
Here’s a simpler version of the tune I’ve been playing:
|:d|dBA G2D|EDE GAB|edB dBA|Bee ege|
dBA G2D|EDE GAB|AGE A2B|GED D2:|
|:A|BGG dGG|edB dBA|BGG dGG|edB AGA|
BAB deg|age dBG|AGE A2B|GED D2:|
The A-part reminds me of Happy To Meet, Sorry To Part https://thesession.org/tunes/1154.
i’m a lil confused…i have never seen the "z’s" in a song before…what do they mean?
Don’t be confused, Justin B.
The Green Fields of Woodford!
Starts at around 1 min 27 secs:
MIchael Rooney and June McCormack: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsmdpI-VEQM
Played byClaire Keville & John Weir, 2nd tune, in F
The Green Fields Of Woodford, X:5
I learned this version from the playing of Sorcha Costello at the 2017 Feakle Fiddle Festival. It’s a beautiful tune and she played it in A, which I think gives it a bit of an extra lift. She’s a wonderful player, and an excellent teacher too. Thank you Sorcha.
The Green Fields Of Woodford, X:6
Some variations from Poor Man’s Gambit.
The Green Fields Of Woodford, X:7
A slightly different interpretation.
The Green Fields Of Woodford, X:8
From the playing of The Teetotalers.