|: F2 | B3 c d2 c2 | B2 F2 F3 G | A2 F2 d3 c | B2 E2 E3 E |
F2 FE D2 DE | F2 B2 d3 e | f3 e d3 B | dc B^A B4 |
B3 c d3 c | B2 F2 F2 G2 | A2 AF d3 B | A2 E2 E3 E |
F3 E D3 E | F2 B2 d2 de | f2 fe d3 B | d2 c/B/^A B4- | B4 z2 :|
Alright, I’m no whiz when it comes to transcribing airs, but a discussion came up with regards to this tune here:
Discussion: Slubhail a Gradh?
"Is there anyone who knows what this means or where I can hear a recorded version of this tune? It is one of the first ones I ever tried to play on fiddle, but I would like to hear how it is played traditionally, if it is in fact played by anyone. Thanks"
# Posted on February 3rd 2007 by pearse
So, I’ve made a stab at it for ‘pearse’. I hope this is at least close to what you remember. This may also give you a lead in to learning ABC notation…
I know there’s a load of you out there that will recognize the air and I suspect the lyrics will follow too, which would be welcome…