Mist In The Morning jig

Also known as Barley Grain, Ceo An Mhala, Ceol An Mala, Ceolan Mala, The Morning Mist.

There are 7 recordings of a tune by this name.

Mist In The Morning has been added to 26 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: Mist In The Morning
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|:BAB G2D|G2G G3|BAB G2B|A2B cBA|
BAB G2D|G2G G3|d3 dcB|A2B cBA:|
|:Bcd ded| ded ded|Bcd dBd| e2f g3|
Bcd ded|ded dBd|gfe dcB|A2B cBA:|G3
X: 2
T: Mist In The Morning
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: ~B3 G2 D | G2 D G2 A | ~B3 G2 D | G2 A B2 A |
~B3 G2 D | G2 D G2 A | B2 d d2 B | A2 B cBA :|
|: B2 d d2 d | d2 B d d2 | B2 d d2 d | e2 f g3 |
B2 d d2 d | d2 B def | gfe d2 B | A2 B cBA :|
X: 3
T: Mist In The Morning
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: B^AB G2 D G=AG G2 A | B^AB GDG A2 B cBA |
|: B2 d ded d^cd ee/f/g | B2 d dcB A2 B cBA |

Five comments

Wish I knew what this was called!

I learned it ages back, but can’t remember the name.

Brian - HELP!

Found it!

Trawling through my minidisc archive, I found this tune being played by the late, great Simon Knight, and he gives it the name "Mist in the morning".

Mist in the Morning

Just found this. Actually it was always called The Morning Mist. The Irish title, which is how I got it, from the Liverpool Ceili Band is

Ceo an Mhala.

I’d say that it is one of the tunes that I introduced most people to. Practically all the people in Somerset got this from my playing…"Oh, what a nice tune…what’s that called etc.

Brianx

“Ceo an Mhala” / “Mist in the Morning” ~ rescued duplication

Key signature: G Major
Submitted on September 2nd 2008 by mrkelahan.
~ /tunes/8871

X: 2
T: Mist in the Morning
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: jig
K: Gmaj
|: ~B3 G2 D | G2 D G2 A | ~B3 G2 D | G2 A B2 A |
~B3 G2 D | G2 D G2 A | B2 d d2 B | A2 B cBA :|
|: B2 d d2 d | d2 B d d2 | B2 d d2 d | e2 f g3 |
B2 d d2 d | d2 B def | gfe d2 B | A2 B cBA :|

This ~ jig ~ follows ‘Young Francis Mooney’ and ‘The Humours of Ballydehob’ on Jerry O’Sullivan’s ‘The Gift’. Don’t have any background to the tune, though it’s one of a few that are kind of ‘6/8 slides’. Not sure if that makes it a ‘hop jig’ or ‘hop slide’, since it seems to right out better in 6/8 than 3/4. This is my first transcription by ear that I’ve submitted, so hope all’s kosher! I tried most combinations of the ABC’s in the advanced search and didn’t come up with anything.

# Posted on September 2nd 2008 by mrkelahan

“Ceo an Mhala” / “Mist in the Morning” / “Ceol an Mhala” ;-)

X: 3
T: Mist in the Morning
T: Ceo an Mhala
T: Ceol an Mhala
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: slide
K: GMaj
|: B^AB G2 D G=AG G2 A | B^AB GDG A2 B cBA |
B^AB G2 D G=AG GA/B/c | ded dcB A2 B cBA :|
|: B2 d ded d^cd ee/f/g | B2 d dcB A2 B cBA |
B2 d ded d^cd dd/e/f | gfe dcB A2 B c2 A :|