Well, this is the tune that I spoke of earlier. Followed by my previous tune on here, Jenny Mickey’s or Johnny Mickey’s. If anyone has another name for this, do tell! I hope I did the notation write, I’m doing this in my free period hahahaha
And just because I can say I am, I shall be getting a set of pipes VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY soon! I think I might’ve said this already. But OH WELL!!!
Cheers and Free Period,
Oops, A mixolydian! NOT A Dorian.
Just a slightly squiff variant your previous submissio - ‘Johnny Mickey’s’:
- one of many ways of building sets, keeping the same basic tune and just moving it up or down into another key - - - sometimes it works…
I fixed the key signature, but it seems that the dots have not been affected…
"Padraig O’Keeffe’s Slide" ~ from discussion, another Dow transcript
Discussion: Common slides + sources
# Posted on March 6th 2008 by Dow
Source: "Jackie Daly And Seamus Creagh"
track 12, slide #2 of 2
T: Pádraig O’Keeffe’s
|: FEF A2 F E3 E2 F | G3 GFE F3 F2 A |
d2 e f2 d cBc e2 c |[1 B3 BcB A3 A2 G :|[2 B3 BcB A3 A2 f ||
|: e3 ede f3 fec | d3 dcB c3 c2 A |
d2 e f2 d cBc e2 c |[1 B3 BcB A3 A2 f :|[2 B3 BcB A3 A2 G |]
"Johnny Mickey’s Slide" ~ track 12, slide #1 of 2
Re: Padraig O’Keefe’s / Johnny Mickey Barry’s
video by TimRaabNorthern
"Matt Cranitch & Jackie Daly perform Johnny Mickey Barry’s Slides. Live in the Catskills, at The Saloon, East Durham, NY. Monday night, Catskills Irish Arts Week 2016, #22. HD: Best enjoyed on smart TVs."
This Johnny Mickey Barry’s
followed by this Johnny Mickey Barry’s (Padraig O’Keefe’s)