## Ten comments

I got this from Brendan Mulvihill in a workshop.

From memory, I think this setting is also pretty much how it is in Roche’s

That’s indeed the source Mr. Mulvihill gave for the chune.

X: 231903

T: Woodcock Hill HP

S: "Roche Collection of Traditional Irish Music" [II/8/205]

L: 1/8

M: 4/4

R: hornpipe

K: D

A2 | dcdf ecAc | dBGB AFDF | EGFA GBgf | edcB AABc |

dcdf e^deg | fefg afdA | BdcB AGFE | D2 d2 d2 :|

B2 | A^GAc ecAc | edcB Adfa | gfeg fedf | (3efe (3dcB (3ABA (3GFE |\

DFAd EGBd |

FAdf afda | BdcB (3ABA (3GFE | (3DFA (3dfa d’ z :|

I play this without repeating the A part, I think it sounds interrupted otherwise.

(Dust off the pinkie finger. The last bar *looks* like fun; for fiddle players it presents a rare venture into the unexplored Northern reaches of the fingerboard….)

The transcription is copied from BIll Black’s great website.

http://www.qmcorp.net/webabc/

http://www.qmcorp.net/webabc/bigfolder/roche.abc

http://www.qmcorp.net/webabc/bigfolder/index.html

### “Woodcock Hill” / “Gan Ainm” / “Packie Russell’s Hornpipe” / “Russell’s Hornpipe”

X: 3

T: Gan Ainm

T: Packie Russell’s

T: Russell’s

T: Woodcock Hill

S: Packie Russell, concertina

S: "The Russell Family Of Doolin, County Clare", track 6, the first hornpipe of two

M: 4/4

L: 1/8

R: hornpipe

K: GMaj

(3def |:\

g2 g>b a>f (3def | g>dB>e d>BG>B | A>Bc>d e>gb>g | (3aba (3gfe d2 e>f |

g>dg>b a>^ga>c’ | (3bd’b g>b d’>bg>d | (3efg f>e d>cB>A |[1 (3GAG F>A G2- G>d :|[2 (3GAG F>A G2- G>e ||

|: d>^cd>f a>fd>f | a>gf>e d>b d’2 | (3c’d’c’ a2 (3bc’b g>b | a>gf>e d2 e>f |

g>d g2 a>^g a2 | (3bd’b g>b d’>bg>d | (3efg f>e d>cB>A |[1 (3GAG F>A G2- G>e :|[2 (3GAG F>A G2 |]

### “Woodcock Hill” / “Gan Ainm” / “Packie Russell’s Hornpipe” / “Russell’s Hornpipe” - in G

X: 4

T: Gan Ainm

T: Russell’s

T: Woodcock Hill

S: Packie Russell, concertina

S: "The Russell Family Of Doolin, County Clare", track 6

N: transposed down from G to D Major

M: 4/4

L: 1/8

R: hornpipe

K: DMaj

(3ABc |:\

d2 d>f e>c (3ABc | d>AF>B A>FD>F | E>FG>A B>df>d | (3efe (3dcB A2 B>c |

d>Ad>f e>^de>g | (3faf d>f a>fd>A | (3Bcd c>B A>GF>E |[1 (3DED C>E D2- D>A :|[2 (3DED C>E D2- D>B ||

|: A>^GA>c e>cA>c | e>dc>B A>f a2 | (3gag e2 (3fgf d>f | e>dc>B A2 B>c |

d>A d2 e>^d e2 | (3faf d>f a>fd>A | (3Bcd c>B A>GF>E |[1 (3DED C>E D2- D>B :|[2 (3DED C>E D2 |]

### “Jaunting Car” ~ Ryan’s Mammoth Collection, 1883 - sharing an A-part

Submitted on July 25th 2012 by ceolachan.

https://thesession.org/tunes/12086

### “Pound Hill” - sharing an A-part

Submitted on February 18th 2006 by Kenny.

https://thesession.org/tunes/5525

### “The Back Of The Haggard” / “Woodcock Hill” twice more

Submitted on August 29th 2003 by dafydd.

https://thesession.org/tunes/3129

Submitted on June 12th 2006 by grymater.

https://thesession.org/tunes/5851

With thanks to gravelwalks

### X: 5 “Woodcock Hill”

S: "The Roche Collection of Traditional Irish Music, Volume II (2)", page 8, tune #205