Source: "Summer At My Feet" by North Cregg
Kathleen Hehir’s - slide
For some reason placed in with ‘jigs’ here at TheSesh, but hey, there is a relationship there, family members…
The second part given here is basically a slip on the 4th part of Hehir’s…
Another 2-part take on Hehir’s - - -
Here’s one basic take on the tune. This was collected long before I came across Hehir’s, back in the mid to late 70s, which had me wondering which came first, 32 bars or 64? I’d collected and played this in both ‘G’ and ‘D’ :
|: gfg a2 g f2 A ABc | e2 e d2 c B2 G GBd |
gfg a2 g f2 A ABc | ded cBA G3 G3 :|
|: B2 d g3 f2 d c3 | ded c2 A e2 d B3 |
B2 d g3 f2 d c2 B | ABc def g3 g3 :|
Forgot to mention - this two-parter was collected without a name, gan ainm…
Another 2part version
"Rural Felicity" / "Kerry" ~ two parts
Key signature: D Major
Submitted on February 23rd 2008 by Robert Jones.
"Rural Felicity" / "Kerry" ~ two parts ~ up in digital smoke ~ "POOF!"
The ABCs and comments have been moved to the ‘comments’ for "Kathleen Hehir’s"…
"The Kishkeam Lasses" ~ anoher "Padraig O’Keeffe’s Slide"
The following transcription is from the playing of this, several sources, by Jimmy Doyle. It is also the second tune of track 12 on the following recording, a pair of slides attributed to Padraig O’Keeffe ~
"Jimmy Doyle And Dan O’Leary:
Traditional Music From The Kingdom Of Kerry"
T: Padraig O’Keeffe’s
T: The Kishkeam Lasses
|: dcd e2 d c2 E E2 F | GFG B2 A F/G/FE DFA |
dcd e/f/ed c2 E EFG |[1 A2 F GFE D3 D3 :|[2 A2 F GFE D3 a2 g ||
|: f2 d d2 A def a2 f | e2 c A2 c e2 f gfe |
f2 d d2 A def a2 f |[1 e2 c ABc d3 a2 g :|[2 e2 c ABc d3 e2 c |]
The Kishkeam Lasses
Recorded on Martin Mulvihill’s 1978 album Traditional Fiddling from Limerick as "McAuliffe’s".
S:Martin Mulvihill, 1978 Trad Fiddling from Limerick
A | d2d ded c2E EFG | ABA A2G F2D DFA | d2d ded c2E EFG | ABA GFE d3 d2 :|
e | f2d d2c d2f agf | e2A A@c e2f gfe | f2d d2c d2f agf | e2A ABc d3 d2 :|
X: 5 "Padraig O’Keefe’s Slides No. 2"
S: “Jimmy Doyle & Dan O’Leary: Traditional Music From The Kingdom Of Kerry”
https://thesession.org/recordings/1247 ~ track 12 (side B, track 5), the 2nd slide of two.
Q: 135 bpm (1 beat = three quavers/eigth notes)
I have also learned this one direct as well from other living sources and situations where the average tempos varied from 130 to 150 bpm (1 beat = three quavers/eighth notes)…