Reposted as a strathspey (which slainte kindly recovered from my attempt to transcribe it as a jig).
Tell us more? Where did you learn or transcribe it from?
? ~ another take on this ~ bubbling up from the quagmire of my mind ~
T: gan ainm
|: D |\
B>cd>B A2 (3cBA | d>cB>G E3 D |
B>cd<B c2 (3Bcd | e<cA>F G3 :|
|: f |\
g2 g>c B>cd<B | g2 g>B A3 f |
[1 g>a (3gdc B>cd<B | e<cA>F G3 :|
[2 g>bd>g B>d (3edc | B<dD>F G3 |]
I have a quite a bit of Jean Carignan. Did he record this? If so, which recording? And, if so, and I have it, I’ll add that to the ‘recordings’ here so this can be linked to it…
No idea, C. I transcribed this off Deaf Shepherd’s album.
The man knew a lot of tunes and loved to troll the collections as well. I’ll see if I can find it and a name for it too…
Gan ainm / Jean Carignan
This sounds like a simpler version of "Lady Charlotte Campbell" recorded on Archives #3 first tune from 1:00 to 1:56… submitted here: https://thesession.org/recordings/display/2325
On the recording posted above, Carignan play this tune together with Lady Elisabeth Lindsay first, Lady Charlotte Campbell second, ending with Lord Elphinson. Nice set!
Carignan Strathspey / Lady Charlotte Campbell
Ha!, trad musicians renaming the tunes… sometimes confusing…