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Author Topic: The Leaving of Liverpool  (Read 2266 times)
kypfer
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« on: March 01, 2011, 07:48:01 am »

An old folk-club "standard", I saw someone on YouTube playing this on a whistle and looked it up. In C it fits nicely on an Ocarina or similar.

X:1
T:The Leaving of Liverpool
M:2/2
L:1/4
Q:200
K:C
C- D| E3 G| F- E D- C| c2 c- A| G2 C D| E3 G| A2 G- E| D4-|!
D2 C D| E3 G| E2 D- C| c2 c- A| G2 C D| E G G E| D3 C| C4-| C2 B- c|!
d3 G| G2 B- d| c3 A| G2 C D| E G G3/2 G/| G G A G| D4-| D G G F|!
E2- E/E/ E| F E D C| c3- A| G2 C D| E G G E| D3 C| C4-| C2||


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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2011, 12:48:34 am »

Nice work Kypfer.
Maybe we could have a thread just for Irish Traditional Music(ITM)?


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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2011, 09:19:34 am »

I think there are forums enough for "ITM" without having to start another thread here. Check out http://www.thesession.org/ or "Chiff & Fipple" for starters ... you'll even find threads for tunes of limited span, ie one octave or so, that'll often suit the Mountain Ocarina with little or no adjustment.

It's not as though there's an overload of postings here that makes it difficult to find anything ... if we have an "ITM" thread, we'll then need one for "WTM", "STM", "ETM" and even "MDF" (Musique de France)  Roll Eyes


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