Transciption: Gian marco Pietrasanta
Source: Liz Carroll "Lost in the Loop"
So, Gian marco, please tell those of us who truly are lost in the loop (I don’t own the cd so can’t listen to Liz play this)…at what tempo should this go? How fast/slow does Liz play it? Is this the same tune requested by Marina (from the "A Cheap Present" cd by the Italian ITM band Birkin Tree)?
Grazi i bon giorno,
Liz carroll plays this tune as slow reel.
I transcribed this tune for Marina,( ciao marina! ) but i don’t know if it is the same tune she are looking for.
an free italian lesson for you:
"Grazie e buongiorno"
Unfortunately it is not the one I’m searching for but thanks (gian)marco for posting a new tune, I like this one too! grazie mille per l’interesse e l’aiuto!
Con cassidy (reel)
There was two mistakes in the ABC. ( sorry )
Now the ABC is correct.
Con Cassidy’s is a Jig
I think we have 2 version of Con Cassidy’s in Altan’s musical production.
The First, an Highland in the album called "Altan".
But i think the "Con Cassidy" played in set with "Dusty Miller" are a JIG !
What do you think about it ?
Shock horror. There’s only one explanation for that. There’s more than one person involved. I knew this human cloning thing would get out of hand.
I think it’s one of the illusive single jigs.
secondo me, quel fa dopo il la, nell’ultima battuta suona meglio come sol. cioè l’ultima battuta io la trovo più corretta così:
re la sol mi fa mi re do. Magari è solo una questione di gusti.
Con Cassidy’s as a Highland Pipe tune
T: Con Cassidy’s
cAeA c/d/e Ac|BG G/G/G B/A/A Bd|cAeA c/d/e Ag|fd f/g/a gfed:|
c/d/e- ef gfgd|BGBc dfed|c/d/e- ef gfge|f/g/a fd gfed|
c/d/e- ef gfge|dBGB dgfg|agfa gfed|cBgf gfed||
Re: Con Cassidy’s
Very similar to an untitled highland from Con Cassidy in the Northern Fiddler book p. 155a.