Flautist Gary Hastings at the Philadelphia Irish Center
"Number Five" is the second in a set of two marches he plays in the video, the fist one being "One Bottle More"… I can’t quite make out what the name was for this one and hopefully someone has better ears than me, or knows a name for this. This is where I first had the pleasure, courtesy of Harry Bradley ~
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# Posted on June 10th 2007 by Harry B
“One Bottle More” ~ march
Key signature: e minor
Submitted on June 20th 2007 by you.
"I can’t quite make out what the name was for this one and hopefully someone has better ears than me, or knows a name for this."
~ obsolete, as with help several people have come on the same title for the first tune in this set of two. That’s what I get for cutting and pasting without full awareness… :-/
The Luton & Bedford Drumming Club & “Number 5”
Ulster Scots, Scots Irish Music for Lambeg and Fife ~ & fifing tunes
The Luton & Bedford Drumming Club & trying to make sense of their ABCs
You’ll have to follow the link to see what this started as… ;-)
T: Number Five March, The
K: D Major
|: (3ABc |
d2 D2 FA A2 | dcde f2 e2 | d2 D2 FAAF | G2 E2 E2 (3ABc |
d2 D2 FA A2 | dcde f2 e2 | d2 D2 FAAF | E2 D2 D2 :|
|: f2 |
gf e2 d2 A2 | BcdB A2 f2 | gf e2 d2 cd | e4 e2 f2 |
gf e2 d2 A2 | BcdB A2 D2 | F2 AF EDEF | D4 D2 :|
‘No Cause for Alarm’, another member, is responsible for digging up the above links and odd ABCs… Thanks Alarum…
Super tune ‘c’ and I love the ‘B’ music. It feels good on the D/G.