Paddy Bartley’s strathspey

Also known as The Moray Club, Paddy Bartley’s Highland Fling.

There are 6 recordings of a tune by this name.

Paddy Bartley's has been added to 15 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Paddy Bartley's
R: strathspey
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
A, | D2 F>A d>AF>D | E>Be>d c>A (3Bcd |D2 F>A d>AF>D | A,>EC>E F<D D :|
A | d>fa>f g>fe>d | c>Ae>A f>Ae>A |d>fa>f g>fe>d | c>ba>g f<dd>A |
d>fa>f g>fe>d | c>A (3AAA f>Ae>A |d>fa>f g>fe>d | c>ba>g f<dd>A |]
X: 2
T: Paddy Bartley's
R: strathspey
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
D2FA dAFD|EBed cA (3Bcd|D2FA dAFD|1 A,ECE FDDA,:|2 A,ECE FDDA||
|:defa gfed|(3cBA eA fAeA|d2fa gfed|1 cbag fddc:|2 cbag fd~d2||

Three comments

Paddy Bartley’s

This is from the album ‘The Brass Fiddle, traditional fiddle music from Donegal’ and is one of a set of two highlands played by Vincent Campbell, the other being Johnny Ward’s". According to the notes, Paddy Bartley was "one of the McGlynn family of Glenfin.

The tune is a variant of the Scottish reel "The Moray Club".

Played as a reel on Fisherstreet’s "Out in the Night":

X: 1
T: Paddy Bartley’s
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: reel
K: Dmaj
D2FA dAFD|EBed cA (3Bcd|D2FA dAFD|1 A,ECE FDDA,:|2 A,ECE FDDA||
|:defa gfed|(3cBA eA fAeA|d2fa gfed|1 cbag fddc:|2 cbag fd~d2||