The Connemara hornpipe

Also known as The Connemara.

There is 1 recording of this tune.

The Connemara has been added to 2 tune sets.

The Connemara has been added to 27 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: The Connemara
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:D>E|F>G (3GFE D>EF>D|A>DB>D (3ABA B>c|d>ed>B A>FD>F|E>^DE>F (3EFE =D>E|
F2 (3GFE D2 (3DEF|A>DB>D A>D (3ABc|d2 (3dcB A>FE>G|(3FGF D2 D2:|
|:(3ABc|d2 (3cBA B>cd>e|f>ed>f (3efe d>e|f>de>d (3Bcd A>F|(3EEE D>F (3EEE (3GFE|
F>GF>E D3 F|A>DB>D (3AAA (3FGA|d>ed>B A>D (3EFG|(3FGF D2 D2:|
X: 2
T: The Connemara
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
F2 GE D2 DF|ADBD ADBc|dcdB AFEG|F2 D2 D2:|
|:Bc|d2 cA Bcde|fedf efde|fded BdAF|E2 DF EGFE|
F3 E D3 F|ADBD AFGA|dedB AFEG|F2 D2 D2:|

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"The Connemara Hornpipe" ~ by Vincent Broderick

A different transcription & a recording can be had here ~

"The Turoe Stone Collection, Volume 2: Traditional Irish Flute Solos"
Original compositions by Vincent Broderick
Waltons Publishing, 2007
ISBN, book only: 978-1-85720-200-7
ISBN, with CD: 978-1-85720-201-4

Page 17: "The Connemara Hornpipe"

One difference between this and that is with bars 2 & 6 of the A-part and bar 6 of the B-part, instead as I’ve given it, going down to the D, all these bars are equally given as ~ | AFBF A2 Bc | ~ and that transcription being notated straight, without >…

"The Connemara Hornpipe" ~ C: Vincent Broderick ~ a straight take

X: 2
T: Connemara, The
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: hornpipe
K: Dmaj
|: DE |\
FGGE DEFD | ADBD A2 Bc | dedB A2 DF | E2 EF E2 DE |
F2 GE D2 DF | ADBD ADBc | dcdB AFEG | F2 D2 D2 :|
|: Bc |\
d2 cA Bcde | fedf efde | fded BdAF | E2 DF EGFE |
F3 E D3 F | ADBD AFGA | dedB AFEG | F2 D2 D2 :|

Vincent Broderick ~ continuing a celebration of the man

& his music…

Re: The Connemara

Just came across this lovely tube on the danu album, I’m going to learn it now