T: Cry Of The Celts
R: slip jig
EAA AGA A3|EAA AGA EGD|EAA AGA A2B|c3 cBA BAG|
EAA AGA A3|EAA AGA EGD|EAA AGA A2B|c3 cBc dec|
f3 fed edc|Add dcd AcG|A2f fed edc|d3 def gec|
f3 fed edc|Add dcd AcG|A2f fed edc|d3 def edc|
Also known as The Cry Of The Celts.
There are 2 recordings of this tune.
Cry Of The Celts has been added to 2 tune sets.
Cry Of The Celts has been added to 125 tunebooks.
What an exciting title!
mmm, has Riverdance written all over it.
This is its second showing. The first, January 2005, was deleted. My guess is that it was probably over copyright…
Don’t think this particular tune would be the greatest loss in the world to be honest c.
What is the provenance of "Cry of the Celts"? Is it a traditional tune or one still under copyright? Composer known?
If this is from "Lord Of The Dance" - and it’s linking to it above - , it was most likely composed by Ronan Hardiman, but someone who actually owns that particular CD would need to check it for you.