Bc|dBGB dBGB|cBAG FADc|dBGB cBAG|FADD D2Bc|
dBGB dBed|cBAG FADc|BcBG DFAF|G2GG G2:|
|:dc|BGBd eceg|fdfa gfed|gfgd gbag|f2d2 d2dc|
BGBd eceg|fdfa gfed|b2bg dfaf|g2fg g2:|
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Hick’s appears in 2 other tune collections.
Hick's has been added to 24 tunebooks.
Essentially from the setting in O’Neill’s Dance Music of Ireland #822 (without the synchopated notation transcribed there). The source was John Hicks “celebrated from Washington to Boston as a great Irish piper, a protégé of ‘Sporting’ Captain Kelly of the Curragh of Kildare” (Krassen). Appears as #1572 in Music of Ireland.
Nice tune. Anybody know a recording of it?
Oops, small slip of the fingers, the ABC is now correct I think, sorry about the sheet music (it doesn’t update).
and a bit faster than hornpipes usually are taken sounds best to me for this one. I’ll have to check out the O’Neill’s and see how that version plays to me.
Would agree completely, it makes a good rantish dance tune which will join the many ‘hornpipes’ that I play, without the dots, already.
You can find it on Irish Uilleann Pipes by Jean-Yves Le Pape.