The Cats Of Camazen reel

By Brian Finnegan

There are 2 recordings of this tune.

The Cats Of Camazen has been added to 5 tune sets.

The Cats Of Camazen has been added to 93 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: The Cats Of Camazen
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmix
d2 cA BdcA|BGBc d2 cA|BdcA BdcA|BGBc d4|
d2 cA BdcA|BGBc d2 cA|BdcA BdcA|1 AGFA G4:|2 AGFA G2 gf||
ec c2 Gcec|dB B2 GBdB|cABc ABcA|BGBc d2 gf|
ec c2 Gcec|dB B2 GBdB|cABc ABcA|1 AGFA G2 gf:|2 AGFA G4||
# Added by Kenny .
2
X: 2
T: The Cats Of Camazen
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amix
A2 GE FAGE|FDFG A2 GE|FAGE FAGE|FDFG A4|
A2 GE FAGE|FDFG A2 GE|FAGE FAGE|1 EDDE D4:|2 EDDE D2 dc||
BG G2 DGBG|AF F2 DFAF|GEFG EFGE|FDFG A2 dc|
BG G2 DGBG|AF F2 DFAF|GEFG EFGE|1 EDDE D2 dc:|2 EDDE D4||
# Added by Valbu .

Four comments

The Cats Of Kamazeen

Here’s one for the "Flook" fans. They played this at "Celtic Connections" in Glasgow last year, and it was recorded by Radio Scotland. A real tour-de force by Brian Finnegan, making great use of tongued triplets. As usual, he plays a lot of variations in the tune, so this is only a basic "road-map" of what I believe the tune to be. I believe it was composed by uilleann-piper Brendan Ring.

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Cats of Camazen

There is a tune with this name played by Brendan Ring with Sylvain Barou on the Sualtam album. I think the right spelling is Camazen and not Kamazeen.

Thanks, Robinson

Yeah, I had to guess that title, but should have checked with Flook’s last CD in the recordings section. Thanks for pointing that out.

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