Anyone know it ?
Harry Bradley played this hornpipe to a class at Hammy Hamilton’s Flute Gathering in Ballyvourney in 2005, and the mini-disc recorder was running. Only came back to it the other day. I’ve posted a basic version. Harry was throwing in triplets all over the place, because it’s one of those tunes where they’re almost obligatory. A more "extreme" version might be s follows :
BA |: (3GDG (3BGB (3dBd (3gdg | bgdB cBAG | Fdcd Adcd | fedf ecAF |
(3GDG (3BGB (3dBd (3gdg | bgdB cBAg | (3fgf df ecAG |1 FA (3DEF G2 BA :|2 FA (3DEF G2 ga |
bgdB GBdg | fdAG FAdf | a2 ab (3c’ba (3bag | (3agf (3gfe (3ded (3cBA |
(3GDG (3BGB (3dBd (3gdg | bgdB cBAg | (3fgf df ecAG |1 FA (3DEF G2 z a |2 FA (3DEF G4 |
Spellan the Fiddler
Already here as The Fiddler Spellan / Spellan the Fiddler
Thanks, "blarneystar" - at least now I have the name of it.
Re: Spellan The Fiddler
No.911 in O’Neill’s 1001:The Dance Music of Ireland (1907).