Grania’s Welcome Home reel

Also known as Grainne’s Welcome Home, Welcome Home Grainne, Welcome Home Grania.

There is 1 recording of this tune.

Grania's Welcome Home has been added to 10 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Grania's Welcome Home
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amix
|:e3d c2 A2|e2 AA Bc d2|e3d c2 A2|d2 GG Bc d2|
e3d c2 A2|e2 AA B2 A2|G2 df gf ge|1 d2 GG Bc d2:|2 d2 GG Bc de||
|:c3g ag fa|e2 AA Bc de|c3f gf ge|d2 GG Bc de|
c3 g ag fa|gf eg ~f3 e|d2 ef gf ge|1 d2 GG Bc de:|2 d2 GG Bc d2||
X: 2
T: Grania's Welcome Home
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Ador
|:e3 d c2 A2|e2 A2 B2 cd|e3 d c2 A2|d2 G2 Bc d2|
e3 d c2 A2|e2 A2 B3 A|G2 gf gage|d2 G2 Bcdf:|
|:ec c/B/c agfa|e2 A2 Bcdf|ec c/B/c gfeg|d2 G2 Bcdf|
ec c/B/c agfa|gfeg f2 e^c|d/e/d ef gage|d2 G2 Bc d2:|

Six comments

This is part 1 (The March) of a three-part tune that ends Airla’s “The Eagle’s Whistle”.

I find this tune terrific. It starts as a march, then turns to a jig, then again it turns to a reel. The main theme is always clearly recognizable, and it’s given a new twist as the rhythm changes. Great.

I forgot to add: I’ll also post the next two parts.

Yes! It’s almost the same. Accordingly, the second part I posted was deleted as duplicated.

“The Northern Fiddler: Music and Musicians of Donegal and Tyrone” -

Allen Feldman: general text & music editor
Eamonn O’Doherty: introduction, drawings and photographs
Blackstaff Press, 1979, Belfast, Northern Ireland
ISBN: 0-85640-155-2

Page 86 ~ “Grania’s Welcome Home” (March, Jig and Reel) Johnny Doherty

“Grainne’s Welcome Home” ~ another take on this in A Dorian

X: 2
T: Grainne’s Welcome Home
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: march
K: ADor
|: e3 d c2 A2 | e2 A2 B2 cd | e3 d c2 A2 | d2 G2 Bc d2 |
e3 d c2 A2 | e2 A2 B3 A | G2 gf gage | d2 G2 Bcdf :|
|: ec c/B/c agfa | e2 A2 Bcdf | ec c/B/c gfeg | d2 G2 Bcdf |
ec c/B/c agfa | gfeg f2 e^c | d/e/d ef gage | d2 G2 Bc d2 :|