|:Ae ef dc dc|AG FA EB AG|Ae ef dc dc|AG FA d4:|
|:d2 AB de f2|gf ed (3efg a2|gf ed (3efg ag|1 fe dB ~A3B:|2 fe dB ~A3G||
Ae ef df e2-|ed ef gf ed|Ae ef df e2-|ed BA d4|
Ae ef df e2-|ed ef gf fa|Ae ef df e2-|ed BA d4|
|:a2 fa gf ed|(3efg af gf ed|(3efg af gf ed|ed BF A4:|
Source: Wired by Michael McGoldrick
Transcription: gian marco pietrasanta
Note: Play with swing feel.
Thanks Gian - fantastic tune. I am a big McGoldrick fan and I have really enjoyed playing this tune on the flute. The only problem is that i have lost my copy of Wired and I will now have to start looking to find our where i left it!
I love this tune but sorry, it’s really not a barndance. A gavotte maybe?…
Well, right you are, as the title suggested from the start ~ “Gaelic Gavotte”, but without a category for Gavottes, Breton tunes, Marches, Airs, Highland Flings ~ etc., etc., etc… We makedo with what we’re given…