Ice House Schottische barndance

Also known as Ice House Schottische No.2, Ice House Schottische Number Two.

Ice House Schottische has been added to 1 tune set.

Ice House Schottische has been added to 19 tunebooks.

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Three settings

1
X: 1
T: Ice House Schottische
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
|:efg2 efg2|gcde fedc|e4 f3d|dcd2 e2c2:|
|:cgfd c2c_B|c2c_B cd_ef|ggfd c2cg|fdc_B c2c2:|
2
X: 2
T: Ice House Schottische
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
|:ef g2 ef g2-|gcde fedc|e4 f4|dc d2- d4|
ef g2 ef g2-|gcde fedc|e4 f4|dc d2- d4:|
K:Gm
|:cgfe c2 cB|c2 cB cdef|ggfe c2 cg|fecB c4|
cgfe c2 cB|c2 cB cdef|ggfe c2 cg|fecB c4:|
3
X: 3
T: Ice House Schottische
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
|:EF G2 EF G2-|GCDE FEDC|E4 F4|DC D2-D4|
EF G2 EF G2-|GCDE FEDC|E4 F4|DC D2-D4:|
K:Gm
|:CGFE C2 CB,|C2 CB, CDEF|GGFE C2 CG|FECB, C4|
CGFE C2 CB,|C2 CB, CDEF|GGFE C2 CG|FECB, C4:|

Seven comments

Composed by Nigel Eaton. Recorded on "Panic at the Cafe" 1997. Goes with Ice House Schottische No.2 (surprise surprise!)

Ice House Scottische Number Two, X:2

There is some confusion about the numbering of this pair of tunes by English hurdy-gurdy player Nigel Eaton, of Blowzabella fame. I have edited this tune entry to correct the mistaken switching of numbers. This tune is No.2 according to the transcription published in one of the Blowzabella tune books (I’m not actually sure which, but see: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10158090523968206&type=3 - Nigel Eaton’s Facebook photo album of his compositions).
Note that the time signature should be 2/2 rather than 4/4.
There’s a recording of the set by Nigel Eaton himself with Andy Cutting from a duo album in this C setting: https://youtu.be/8kWDzQf1w0Y and another, played a tone lower, by Eaton solo: https://youtu.be/w5WbHwXHaWs

Ice House Schottische, X:3

Ach, so sorry! got myself confused with which notation I was posting where - this is the correct at-pitch transcription of No.2!

Re: Ice House Schottische

Not to split hairs, but isn’t the B part in C Dorian? Looks the same in the end…