Maid in the meadow
The jig version of "The Green Fields Of America" - or is it the other way round?
Maid in the meadow
I know ‘maid in the meadow’ reel, any relation to this jig?
Looks like G Major to me, not D Mix.
“The Maid in the Meadow” ~ “The Green Fields of America”
I leared this one slightly different…
T:Greenfields of America, The
T:Maid In The Meadow, The
AB |:~c3 ~B3|AGA BGE|D (3EFG AGA|BdB A2B|
~c3 ~B3|AGA BGE|D (3EFG AGA|1 BGF GAB:|2 BGF G2 D||
|:GBd g (3ddd|ede gdB|GBd gdB|ABA AGE|
GBd ~g3|ede gdB|~G2B AGA|BGF G2D:|
The Maid In The Meadow
Padraig O’Keeffe used to teach this tune, which can be found in his manuscript of tunes in his fiddle tablature:
T:Maid In the Meadow, The
T:Stone In the Field, The
S:Padraig O’Keeffe MS, via ‘Music from Sliabh Luachra’
B | cBA BdB | AGA BGE | DEG AGA | BdB AGE |
cBA BdB | AGA BGE | DEG AGA | BGG G2 :|
D | GBd gdd | edd gdB | GBd gdB | AGA BGE |
GBd gfg |e/f/ge fdB | GBB AGA | BGG G2 :|]
The Maid In the Meadow
I have also seen it called "The Stone In the Field".
“Morrison’s Jig” ~ duplication
Key signature: G Major
Submitted on October 30th 2007 by OsvaldoLaviosa.
K: G Major
|: z |
c3 B3 | AGA BGE | DEG AGA | BdB AGE |
c3 B3 | AGA BGE | DEG AGA | BGF G2 :|
|: D |
GBd gdd | edd gdB | GBd gdB | AGA BGE |
GBd gdd | ede gdB | GAB AGA | BGF G2 :|
Morrison’s Jig (2) by Mary Custy and Eoin O’Neill
From "Mary Custy and Eoin O’Neill: The ways of the world" album (track 9) you can find 2 Morrison’s jigs, the 1st is the Em famous one, the 2nd is this one.
# Posted on October 30th 2007 by OsvaldoLaviosa
Watch John Carlos of Roscommon play this jig with other classic tunes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrW3Byog9LM
He is a fine flute player too.
Best of both worlds
The first part of the reel version, and the 2nd part of the jig version.
-But do they go well together?!
X: 5 “Tom Billy’s” (an alternate title I’ve avoided adding)
S: “Jimmy Doyle & Dan O’Leary: Traditional Music From The Kingdom Of Kerry”
https://thesession.org/recordings/1247 ~ track 13 (side 2, track 6), the 1st jig of two.
Q: 134 bpm (1 beat = three quavers/eighth notes)
I have also learned this one direct as well from other living sources and situations where the average tempos varied from 120 to 136 bpm (1 beat = three quavers/eighth notes)…