The tune’s title takes an umlaut over the ‘o’. You can achieve this by typing
before feeding it through Concertina’s tune-o-tron converter!
(just in case you wanted to know)
The ten bars in Part B also threw me. We follow it with Da Auld Grind and Da Scalloway Lassies - also in Aly Bain’s book.
"Aly Bain: 50 Fiddle Solos"
~ accompanied by Phil Cunningham / with recording ~ CD
Publisher: Conway Editions / Amsco Publications, 1989
Page 22: Cataröni
Lovely jig. I learnt it from the same source, and played it with Da Auld Hill Grind and Miss Spence’s Reel (both also from the same publication). I’ve now dumped Miss Spence in favour of Rosewood. I like the progression from G to G/D to A.
Great tune! I first heard Aly Bain’s version. There’s also another version I like that is not listed on here, by Charlie Cowie, which is played slower and is super nice.
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