T: Anthony Dick
cA|:GEDC EGGA|GEcG D2 cA|GEDC EGAc|GEDE C2 cA:|
|:GAcd ecgc|ecge d2 cA|1 GAcd ecge|
dcde c2 cA:|2 GAcd egae|gede c2 cA||
Also known as Anthony Dick Fling, Anthony Dick Gaughon’s Highland Fling, Anthony Dick’s Fling.
There are 2 recordings of this tune.
Anthony Dick has been added to 11 tunebooks.
This is a fling and was composed by the Mayo Accordion player Vincent McGrath. I learned it from his album "O Cheartlar Mo Chroi" and it is played after "The Party Fling" which I submitted a few months ago.
Key signature: G Major
Submitted on July 25th 2006 by PaddyCmusic.
Didn’t realise it was over a year since I posted that tune!
Ceol - That’s not the same tune.
It is the one PaddyCmusic submitted, isn’t it? And it is called "The Party Fling", isn’t it? All I did was make the links. So NCRC, what exactly are you saying? Elucidate further, please… 😏
Sorry C - not paying attention. I thought you were accusing young PaddyC of that most heinous of crimes, Duplicatio Arii.
Oh, yuh turkey! Slap yourself!!! No, I am not saying it’s a ‘duplication’. The two tunes are played in a set and both are by the same composer and Paddy refers to it in the first comment. So, I put links here to the other and there to here… So, now do you understand? No, it’s not the same tune… You really have to stop buying your beer under the table. Those cheap tins have got lead in them… 😛
Cross posting ~ great minds, eh! 😀
Great? Yours might be - mine’s shrinking by the day. That should have been Duplicatio *Ariae*.
Misunderstanding people’ intentions is one thing. Confusing genders - that’s cause for worry.
Yes, but?! ~ Who is the most duplicitous, the male or female of this species?