This tune is featured on the Chieftain’s 7 album which
also has additional parts. Anyone interested in this tune
should definitely get a copy of Chieftain’s 7.
Six parts on Chieftains 7
T: Hedigan’s Fancy
R: slip jig
d2A BGE AFD|fed AFD G2E|d2A BGE AFD|BAB E2F GFE:|
|:DdA FDF GFE|DdA FDF G2E|DdA FDF GFE|BAB E2F GFE:|
|:dcd fed ecA|def a2f gfe|dcd fed ecA|dAG FED G2E:|
|:def a2f agf|def agf gfe|def agf agf|bgf e2f gfe:|
|:dfe dAF GFE|dfe dAF BGE|dfe dAF GFE|BAB E2F GFE:|
|:DFA fed FGE|DFA dAF E2A|DFA fed FED|BAB E2F GFE:|
The key is D, not G
Note that the key is really D major. Two sharps, and resolving on D.
… as in O’Neill’s Music Of Ireland (X:3). Also a lengthy six part variant, but with quite a few differences to the one posted by DuncanCameron.
(What, O’Neill’s setting is much different? Surprise!) 🙂