Friday, 28 September 2012

Tune 30 - Idbury Hill, Bledington






A morris dance tune from the village of Bledington celebrating a local hill fort.

X:206
T:Idbury Hill
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:EDor
B2 Bc d2 B2|AGFE D2 EF|G2 B2 BAGF|E4 E4|
B2 Bc d2 B2|AGFE D2 EF|G2 B2 BAGF|E4 E4||
B2 Bc d2 B2|edcB A2 A2|B2 Bc d2 B2|e3 d B4|
B2 Bc d2 B2|AGFE D2 EF|G2 B2 BAGF|E4 E4:||
B4 B2 c2|d4 B4|e2 d2 c2 B2|A4 A4|
B2 Bc d2 B2|e3 d B4|B2 Bc d2 B2|AGFE D2 EF|
G2 B2 BAGF|E4 E4:||


4 comments:

  1. Played in the key of DDorian.
    Personally I find this tune much more "haunting" if played without bass. ADorian is also a better key for the effect of eeriness. Try it on a concertina or whistle as well!

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  2. Hi Mike - got the whistle tabs for this lovely tune?
    Jane
    Fleur de Lys Morris

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  3. Idbury Hill, Love this Tune, I keep playing it over and over.
    Andy D
    Trigg Morris

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