T: The Kilfenora
D3 F A2 ag | fgeg fB B2 | BAFB ABde |1 fdef dBAF :|2 fdef dBAB ||
d2 fd Adfd | d2 fd BdAB | d2 fd Adef | gfed B2 AB |
d2 fd Adfd | d2 fd B2 AB | d2 c2 B2 AF | ABde fd d2 |
Also known as Fog On The Mountain, Kilfenora No. 3.
There are 6 recordings of this tune.
The Kilfenora has been added to 1 tune set.
The Kilfenora has been added to 30 tunebooks.
PaddyC posted a clip of this reel being played, and asked about it. I recognised it from the “Castle Ceili Band” Comhaltas record, and remembered that “Sully” had a transcription in one of his tune books where he called it the “Kilfenora” reel. I reckon Sully may have taken the tune from the CCB, as they also called it the Kilfenora. This is Sully’s transcription.
Lady Gordon: https://thesession.org/tunes/4954
Don’t think so.
It’s certainly quite similar, but I didn’t notice it was like the one I posted until Slainte pointed it out. They’re certainly different enough to call them different tunes rather than 2 different versions of the same tune.
Yes, I know they are different tunes.
So, not duplicated then, no?
This one’s on Brian Rooney’s "The Godfather".
by the group Moher on their album Out on the Ocean. Track 6, second tune, funky bass.
The title ‘Milton Malbay’ for this tune is the one applied to the tune by Josephine Keegan in her tunebook A Drop in the Ocean.
You can hear James Keane of the Castle Ceili Band at it here: