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Author Topic: The Wild Rover  (Read 2544 times)
kypfer
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« on: March 12, 2011, 10:06:25 pm »

An old English tune, widely adopted as an Irish favourite ... just in time for St. Patrick's Day  Wink

X:1
T:The Wild Rover
M:3/4
R:waltz
Q:1/4=180
L:1/8
K:G
D2|G3A G2|E2 D2 B2|BA3 B2|c6|c4 d2|d2 B2 d2|cA3 F2|DB3 A2|G6-|
G4 G2|G2 A3G|E2 D2 B2|B2 A2 B2|c6|c4 d2|dB3 d2|cA3 FF|D2 B2 A2|
G2 F2 G2|A6|A6|FD3 D2|D2 E2 F2|G2 B2 B2|BA3 B2|c6-|c2 B2 c2|
d6|d3B G2|F2 E4|E4 E2|DB3 B2|B4 A2|G6-|G6|]


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MedicineMan
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« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2011, 10:30:07 am »

Thank you again and as always!
180 bpm in 3/4....that seems very fast for a waltz Huh?
I just plugged it in Concertina.net and am going over the
lay of the land now. Looks like another classic to add to the
MOg quiver.


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Start out slow, then slow down.
kypfer
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« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2011, 02:48:35 pm »

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180 bpm in 3/4....that seems very fast for a waltz
...  the tempo and rhythm are as per an original I found, I just transposed it down a couple of keys and changed a couple of notes to suit the version "in my head", as I remember it from folk clubs in the '60's ... it didn't seem fast in "ABC Explorer", but maybe that software isn't 100% accurate  Huh


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