North Cregg, CD "mi.da:za"
Referring to P&O ferries?
Brendan and Caoimhin play this in C minor on their album "A Moment of Madness." C minor! It never occurred to me to play anything ever in C minor! But I sat down with it and it sits pretty easy on the banjo and C#/D box.
I tweaked the last 2 notes in the 6th bar of the 2nd part to match what I’m actually playing - whoops. As to more dots - any advice?
The P&O, X:2
This setting comes from Jim Moriarity of Boston and Killarney, who follows it with Top of the Maol and Tom Billy’s (https://thesession.org/tunes/3454 and https://thesession.org/tunes/239). It’s a helluva tune and I understand is named after the shipping company. I heard it, understandably, as the Piano.
Re: The P&O
Written by Christy Leahy, the great Cork accordionist of North Cregg fame, during a particularly rough crossing with P&O ferries.