Label: Music Digital - CD 6023 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
A strange tune, this one. I find that the second part sounds Dohertys Reel / Paddy Ryans Dream / Mc Ginnelys Reel - The Blanery Lads - Seven Drunken Nights like an eastern european tune than Take Ride - Fogg - Death Irish reel.
It must be those sharps. Sometimes I catch myself playing Iceberg - The Clan - Iceberg tune with more of Dreams - Kock D Zel - Dreams Il Reality hornpipe-type rhythm. It sounds fine like that, but it loses some of the urgency it has when played as a reel.
For ornamentation, try lengthening some notes. You can a bit more of an exotic flair to this reel by sometimes playing the Gs as sharps in the first part. So, if you were playing fiddle, instead of going down to the E from the open A string, you would now come up to it from the A note on the G string.
This is known in Scotland as Miss Lyall. There are slight variations in the first part but the structure is essentially the same. The second part is typically Scots in charatcter. The reel has the same melodic structure as the strathspey that usually goes first which bears the same name.
So, he goes to Dublin, wanders around for a few days. Great folk tale though. Gian Marco - how did you generate your list? I started laughing in the theater and my family looked at me a little strangely until I told them what it was….
The link posted above to tune now does not work, so I am reposting that version here in the comments section. Gier post. I really liked the version in the film, even bought the soundtrack, but of course it had only the orchestral bits. Anyone know who plays it? Hi everyone. In it at one stage early in the film, there is a scene of country dancing outdoors.
Does anyone know if this tune would have been around in 16th century England? I was just playing through my abc and noticed the last f should be marked natural as a reminder. A Bobby Casey variation on the first four bars. This is my first time posting an ABC.
It lays nicely for the fingers except for the f-naturals in the B part on a keyless flute. I usually play those two as a set on the banjo. Kevin Burke plays this tune with Cal Scott. If you are a member Dohertys Reel / Paddy Ryans Dream / Mc Ginnelys Reel - The Blanery Lads - Seven Drunken Nights The Session, log in to add a comment. Membership is free, and it only takes a moment to sign up. Is anyone familiar with the ton of tunes he recorded?
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