Lake House polka

By Max Bruecher

There are 2 recordings of this tune.

Lake House has been added to 9 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Lake House
R: polka
M: 2/4
L: 1/8
K: Ador
"Am"A>B cA|GA "Em"EG|"Am"A>B cA|"G"dB/d/ "Em"e2|
"Am"A>B cA|GA "Em"EG|"Am"AB/c/ BA|1 "G"G>A BG:|2 "G"G>D "D"EF||
|:"G"G>A BG|"C"EG "D"DE|"G"G>A BG|"Em"dG "C"ed|
"G"G>A BG|"C"EG "D"DE|"G"GA/c/ BG|1 "Am"A>c BA:|2 "Am"Ae/d/ "Em"cB||
2
X: 2
T: Lake House
R: polka
M: 2/4
L: 1/8
K: Ador
E|:A>B cA|GA E>F|GA GE|1 A2 cB:|2 A3E||
A>B cB d2|cA c2 B2|AG E3E|
A>B cB|d2 cA|Bc AG|A3E||

Three comments

The Lake House is a nice bar near Kenmare/Co. Kerry.
The tune was composed by Max Bruecher in 2001. It should be played after ‘Fern Height’ and ‘Stag’s Lodge’.

the first notes remind me of a Breton song -in Breton- I heard on the radio aaages ago:

X: 1
T: ? (please help with ID)
Source: Erik Marchand
M: 2/4
L: 1/8
R: Ballad? Dance?
K: Ador
E|: A>B cA|GA E>F|GA GE|1 A2 cB:|2 A3E|
M: (3/4)
A>B cB d2|cA c2 B2|AG E3E|
A>B cB|d2 cA |Bc AG |A3E …

Re: Lake House X2

birlibirdie, if you don’t know the title of a tune, please choose gan ainm and don’t leave your rubbish here.