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Jim Wards Jig

Written by Paul Conlon. Posted in Glengormley School of Traditional Music, Intermediate Level, Newly added tunes

Jim Wards jig played slowly

 

 

Jim Wards jig played a little faster

 

 

Jim Wards jig is a two part tune played in the key of G major. This jig will be played as part of a set with ‘The Lilting Banshee’ which I have recorded below for you to practice along with. Have fun…

Jim Wards Jig

first part

  • | G – G A B | A G e  G e d | G – A G e | G e d  d e f# | G – G A B |
  • | A G e  G A B | C B A  B G e | 1. d e d  d e f# | 2. d e d  d – B |

second part

  • | C B A  B A G | A B A  A G B | C B A  B G e | d e d  G A B |
  • | C B A  B A G | A B A  A B C | D C B  A G e | 1. d e d  d – B | 2. d e d  d e f# |

* tripet

 

The Lilting Banshee and Jim Wards Jig Set

 

 

 

To learn how to play the Lilting Banshee follow this link.

The Humours of Tulla

Written by Paul Conlon. Posted in Advanced Level, Newly added tunes

This is a great reel and very common in any session. I first heard it in a recording by Stockton’s Wing and immediately added it to my repertoire. It fits in nicely with ‘The Silver Spear’ and ‘Saint Anne’s reel’ and also ‘Toss The Feathers’.

first part played slowly

second part played slowly

complete tune played slowly with single notes

complete tune played a little faster with triplets added

first part
  • D-AD   BDAB | D- F#D   EDBA | D-AD  BDAD | BDEF#  GEF#E:|
  • D-AD   BDAB | D- F#D   EDBA | D-AD  BDAD | BDEF#  G’-F#G’ ||
second part
  • A’F#F#-  B’F#F#- | A’F#F#-  G’EE- | A’F#F#E  DF#ED | BDEF#  G’-F#G’ |
  • AF#F#-   B’F#F#- | A’F#F#-  G’EE- | A’F#F#E  DF#ED | BDEF#  G’EF#E ||

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