A3 B c2 Bc | e2 ce afec | A3 B cABA | EFAE FAEF |
A3 B c2 Bc | e2 ce afec | A3 B cA ~A2 |1 GABG A2 E2 :|2 GABG A4 ||
|: a3 f d=gbg | f2 fe d3 B | AdfA dfAd | =gAdg Ad a2 |
a2 af d=gbg | f2 fe d3 B | =G2 (3Bcd =gfed | cBA=G F2 D2 :|
I got this tune off Garry Shannon’s album, called, funnily enough, "Loozin’ Air". According to Garry:
"’Loozin Air’ is a composition by a young English accordeonist, Gary Connolly, who was a regular visitor to Irish music festivals during the ’90s. I learned it from fiddler Elaine Conwell at the Sligo all-Ireland fleádh in ‘90."
So there ya go. I requested this tune AGES ago, and of course nothing happened, so here I am now fulfilling my own request.
The first part’s in A, and then the second part is suddenly in D. I think when it goes back to A after you play it through it just sounds awesome.
I love this tune. Does anyone know more about this Garry Connolly?
Got this off an ad for 2006 Return To Camden Town:
"London-born accordion player Gary Connolly originally studied with Tommy Maguire of Co. Leitrim. A prominent figure on the London Irish music scene,
Gary leads several of London’s longest-running traditional sessions.His musical pursuits have taken him as far afield as Hong Kong"……
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