I heard this tune done by Patrick Street on the album Irish Times. I really love the instrumention they have on it.
It’s very similar to O’ot Be Est Da Vong: https://thesession.org/tunes/642/comments#comment6378
I never noticed that.
More usually played as a reel. Also called ‘The Fisherman’s Lilt’
Recorded by Michael Coleman as ‘The Kerryman’s Daughter’
The Fisherman’s Lilt, or The Kerryman’s Daughter, is usually played in C: https://thesession.org/tunes/345
I’ve just noticed this tune is on Enda Scahill’s solo banjo album. The second last one on the last track, followed by Kerry Fling (aka, The Road to Glauntane): https://thesession.org/tunes/1615 Well, the two tunes are recorded as reels though.
McConnell’s Highland: https://thesession.org/tunes/3344
“The Kerryman’s Highland Fling”
T: Kerryman’s Highland Fling, The
R: highland fling
|: (3dcB |\
A2 A>F A>Bd>e | f>de>f e<dB>d |
A2 A>F A>Bd>e | f>de<f d2 :|
|: d>e |\
f<aa>f b>fa>^g | a>fe>f e<dB>d |
[1 f<aa>f b2 a>^g |a>fe<f d2 :|
[2 A2 A>F A>Bd>e | f>Ae>A d2 |]
Kerryman’s Fling, X:2
posted by ceolachan
Kerryman’s Fling, X:3
Version learned from some Cork peopel, called it a highland