Saturday, 29 June 2013

Tune 304 - Boys of Blue Hill




A hornpipe that pops up, with various names, in Englan, Scotland, Ireland and the good old US of A.

X:66 
T:Boys of Blue Hill 
M:C| 
K:G 
g>e|e>dB>d G>dB>d|e>d (3efg a2g>a| 
b>c'd'>b a>c'b>a|g>ba>g e2g>e| 
e>dB>d G>dB>d|e>d (3efg a2g>a| 
b>d'd'>b a>c'b>a|g2g2 g2:| b>c'|
d'>bg>b d'2c'>b|a>bc'>d' e'2d'>c'| 
b>c'd'>b a>c'b>a|g>ba>g e2 ge| 
e>dB>d G>dB>d|e>d (3efg a2g>a| 
b>d'd'>b a>c'b>a|g2g2 g2:|

1 comment:

  1. Very nice playing, I've played this for a long time on the mandolin, now I'm learning it on the concertina. In our session in Clonakilty they put it together with Stacks of barley in a set, those two tunes go very nicely together.

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