The Pullet reel

There are 23 recordings of a tune by this name.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with The Boys Of Portaferry (a few times), East Clare (a few times), The Ladies Pantalettes (a few times) and The Union (a few times).

The Pullet has been added to 1 tune set.

The Pullet has been added to 64 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: The Pullet
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
d2 ce dBAF | D2 FD ADFD | d2 ce dBAF | DEFA BE E2 |
d2 ce dBAF | D2 FD ADFA | fedf edcB |1 ABFA BE E2 :|2 ABFA BEEF ||
G2 GF GBdB | A2 FA DAFA | G2 GF GBdB | ADFA BEEF |
G2 GF GBdB | A2 FA DAFA | fedf edcB |1 ABFA BEEF :|2 ABFA BE E2 ||
# Added by Kenny .

Two comments

“Harry’s Composite”

This is from the “Tap Room Trio” CD, by Harry Bradley, Jesse Smith and John Blake.
It’s given the name “The Pullet” on the CD, but the sleeve notes describe it as a “composite of several reels played around the mid-west of Ireland”. There’s already 1, maybe 2 reels called the “Pullet”, so I’ve called it “Harry’s Composite” for want of something better. First time I heard it, I recognized a few bars from the 2nd part of “Brendan McMahon’s”, and I think the rest of it is a re-working of the Paddy Fahy reel which Matt Molloy played after “Little Musgrave” on “Planxty’s” “Woman I Loved So Well” recording. The tune may be a bit of a mongrel, but I like it – it works.
I can re-name it if anyone has strong feelings about it.

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The Pullet

Kenny, Harry doesn’t write a "composite of several reels" but a "composite of several versions of *a* tune."