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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 6:33 am 
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Cillian Vallely's "Timber" book has a hornpipe just called "Hornpipe". Surely it has another name.

Here's the first bit. Does anyone know what it's called?

X: 1
T: Hornpipe
K: G
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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 6:41 am 
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Oh, and by the way, Timber wasn't written by Cillian Vallely. It was written by Fintan Vallely.

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benhall.1 wrote:
Oh, and by the way, Timber wasn't written by Cillian Vallely. It was written by Fintan Vallely.


Quite right. Duh.

Thanks for the tune ID.

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Brus wrote:
benhall.1 wrote:
Oh, and by the way, Timber wasn't written by Cillian Vallely. It was written by Fintan Vallely.


Quite right. Duh.

Thanks for the tune ID.

You're welcome. IIRC at one time your question used to be quite a common one. But of course, it's a long time since the publication of the book.

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benhall.1 wrote:
But of course, it's a long time since the publication of the book.

Issued in a new edition in 2013, with 3x the material (and 3 CDs), and a new title: A Complete Guide to Learning the Irish Flute

http://imusic.ie/timber-the-flute-tutor/


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kkrell wrote:
benhall.1 wrote:
But of course, it's a long time since the publication of the book.

Issued in a new edition in 2013, with 3x the material (and 3 CDs), and a new title: A Complete Guide to Learning the Irish Flute

http://imusic.ie/timber-the-flute-tutor/

I knew that! I'd completely forgotten, though, so thank you for reminding me. :)

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kkrell wrote:
benhall.1 wrote:
But of course, it's a long time since the publication of the book.

Issued in a new edition in 2013, with 3x the material (and 3 CDs), and a new title: A Complete Guide to Learning the Irish Flute

http://imusic.ie/timber-the-flute-tutor/


Interestingly enough, I have a 2-CD edition, also published in 2013. Would anyone happen to know what the difference is?

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Mladen wrote:
Interestingly enough, I have a 2-CD edition, also published in 2013. Would anyone happen to know what the difference is?

It might include a re-issue of a compilation of tracks from Fintan's 2 early albums.


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kkrell wrote:
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Interestingly enough, I have a 2-CD edition, also published in 2013. Would anyone happen to know what the difference is?

It might include a re-issue of a compilation of tracks from Fintan's 2 early albums.


Thanks! I suspected as much, since the tutor itself seems to be complete, what with all the tracks and examples.

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