Ballinderry Barn Party reel

Ballinderry Barn Party has been added to 11 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Ballinderry Barn Party
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|:~G2 BG eGdG | dBAB GEDE | ~G2 BG eGdG | dBAB ~G3 F |
~G2 BG eGdG | dBAB GEDE | ~G3 A (3B^cd ce | dBAB ~G3 F :|
|: ~g2 bg agab | gede gede | gede gabg | agab a2 df |
~g2 bg agab | gedB AGEF | ~G2 BG dGdG | dBAB ~G3 F :|

Eight comments

In remembrance of a great barn party…lol

my own composition.

I know some similar trad tunes, but I won’t tell you which. Why don’t you tell us a bit more about the party?

What’s a "perty"?

Slainte said, "I know some similar trad tunes, but I won’t tell you which."

Why not, Hiro? It’s no insult to saxwhistle that there may be similar tunes in the world [1], and it may be of interest to others on this discussion board.

1] = apart from the fact that 50% of his/her submissions have been his/her own compositions.

Hi, Nigel. I was thinking about "The Duke of Leinster," "The Reconciliation," and "The Galway Rambler." Of course, this isn’t just a composite, but actually a nice composition.

wel it was a party in a "barn"

my cousin’s new garage….

very good…… alcohol flowing and all that jazz….


I `m pretty sure we`ve just discovered another Ulster-Scots word which has strayed from County Antrim into Down.Would need authentication from from Ptarmigan before funds are made available to research this word. Well done Saxwhistle! Graun Maun!

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o crap i actually didnt notice it said perty…
ill change it