Posted by Tom Hanway
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Genre: Fiddle/Celtic/Irish / Playing Style: Other
The Irish hornpipe in G. I learned this from several sources, including Willie Clancy the renowned uilleann piper from Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare. With gratitude to Mel Bay for letting me upload this here, another sample from my first book/CD, Complete Book of Irish & Celtic 5-String Banjo - find it here: http://www.melbay.com/Products/95759BCD/complete-book-of-irish--celtic-5string-banjo.aspx
Tom Hanway Says:
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 @3:28:12 PM
This is quite different from the O'Neill's setting: Notice the variation in the second and third parts, e.g., the f to f# in the 3rd measure of the B-part. Also, notice the Sligo-style ornamentation (turns or "long rolls") that are wholly absent in the O'Neill's (1734) version.
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