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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2007 4:33 pm 
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Jumper wrote:
Patrick D'Arcy wrote:
Details of the tune are here:

http://www.kittylieover.com/old/tracklist.htm

PD.

You're stuck on that title, aren't you Pat? :P The Fairy Reel on "Kitty Lie Over" is a different tune.

Mick O'Brien recorded it as The Strawberry Blossom on "The May Morning Dew." It's here as The Boys of Ballinahinch (thanks, Tommy!):

http://www.thesession.org/tunes/display/1348

Thanks a bunch! That's it Strawberry Blossom...Fr Patrick has been fooled by the fairies! :D


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Patrick D'Arcy wrote:
Sorry John that's a different tune again :) I know this tune because I taught it to Joey via Tommy Reck and then the Kitty Lie Over CD so.....

:-?

Are we talking about the first tune in Joey's set?

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Jumper wrote:
Patrick D'Arcy wrote:
Sorry John that's a different tune again :) I know this tune because I taught it to Joey via Tommy Reck and then the Kitty Lie Over CD so.....

:-?

Are we talking about the first tune in Joey's set?

I just listened to it again and I'm wearing my jacket inside out.

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Patrick D'Arcy wrote:
I just listened to it again and I'm wearing my jacket inside out.

Bet that's handsome. :party:

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:P Here's Joey Abarta's set:

The Boys of Ballinahinch
http://www.thesession.org/tunes/display/1348
A Fair Wind
http://www.thesession.org/tunes/display/936
Sligo Maid
http://www.thesession.org/tunes/display/399

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Any one got an abc of the first tune???


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Just follow MTGuru's link, and then click on the "ABC" tab.


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Have we just created something called the "Joey" set with those three tunes?:-)
Anyone have videos of Tim and M dS's playing??


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patrick, great playing in that video! very helpful. those tight gfe triplets sound delicious.

and i think i just fell in love with your set...beautiful!


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One more video from the concert, Ben (sean nos dancing) and Benedict (pipes):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_dvis8W-9s


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eskin wrote:
Just follow MTGuru's link, and then click on the "ABC" tab.

Thanks Micheal, This is just one of those piping tunes that gets lost in the bland sheet music. no justice there...it must be taught. Do you know anyone who could put it down on video and teach it to the world?? :D


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MTGuru wrote:


Is "A Fair Wind" a version of "Rip the Calico?" I've heard this several times, but I have trouble hearing it.


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Mypipes wrote:
eskin wrote:
Just follow MTGuru's link, and then click on the "ABC" tab.

Thanks Micheal, This is just one of those piping tunes that gets lost in the bland sheet music. no justice there...it must be taught. Do you know anyone who could put it down on video and teach it to the world?? :D


Oh, you mean something like:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6VNA6f4kzs


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Wow!!! You really are cool!!! :D


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The last jig here is Humors of Ballyloughlan. What are the first two jigs in the set's names?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pQkEjTTatA

Thanks!


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