Drops of Spring Water
Played after ‘Dever the Dancer’ on Dervish’s "At the End of the Day" CD. This is Bill Black’s transcription.
This tune can also be found in O’Neill’s (Krassen edition) as A Blast of Wind, page 80.
This tune is missing the final measure! I mean it’s in the abc, maybe nobody told Jeremy it’d been updated?
It doesn’t matter whether anybody tells me the abc has been updated or not: I can’t change the sheetmusic. That’s why it’s best to make sure that the abc is correct (by testing it in some abc software) before submitting it.
Good to know! Sorry Jeremy. :)
This is used on the ‘Back To Titanic’ cd I was given, on the ‘Jack Dawson’s Luck’ track… It’s not a bad track, though I have no idea who plays it… But on there, they have it listed as Humors of Caledon
PVB session playlist
||: d2d dAG FED | d2d dAF G2E | ABc dAG FGA | =cBc E2F G2E :||
||: d2g fdf ece | d2g fdf g2e | d2g fdf ece | =cBc E2F G2E | d2g fdf ece | d2g fdf g2e | afd gec d2B | =cBc E2F G2E :||
||: DDC | DDC | DDC | CCC :||
||: DDA | DDA | DDA | CCC :|| D |
As played in PVB session set following The Foxhunter’s Jig and Last Night’s Fun (slip jig)
X: 3 “Kiss the Furz”
"William Litton’s Fiddle Tunes 1800-1802",
transcribed by Gale Huntington, section: "Jigs and Other Dances", page 32
Hines Point Publishers
Vinyard Haven, Massachusetts, 1977
More on William Litton & Gale Huntington in the comments here:
X: 5 “A Blast of Wind” - 1903 / “The Rakes of Westmeath” - 1907
B: "O’Neill’s Music of Ireland: 1850 Melodies", 1903, page 212, tune #1123
B: "O’Neill’ s Dance Music of Ireland: 1001 Gems", 1907, page 83, tune #416
The Humours Of Westmeath, X:7
The Humours Of Westmeath, X:8
This setting appears in The Petrie Collection of Irish Music, part II, ed. Charles Villiers Stanford (1905), p. 155, no. 615 as “The Humours of Caledon”.
The Humours Of Westmeath, X:9
Transcribed from Liam Kelly & Phillip Duffy’s album, "Sets In Stone".