Annotation:Glorious Return to Milltown (The)

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X: 1 T:Glorious Return to Milltown, The R:reel H:This is the Donegal version. There is also a rather different Kerry H:version, "Tap the Barrel", CRE 2 #266, Roche 1 #145. The H:"Glorious" title is the original one from John Doherty. Z:id:hn-reel-318 M:C| F: K:Ddor D2AD EDDB,|C2EC FCEC|D2AD EDDB,|CDEG AEGE| D2AD EDDB,|C2EC FCEC|F2FD E2ED|CDEG AEGE:| K:Dmix |:d2de f2ed|(3B^cd ef gfge|d2de f2ed|=cAGE EDD2| d2de f2ed|(3B^cd ef gfge|fafd eged|=cAGE EDD2:| K:Ddor P:"Variations:" |:D2A,D DFED|C2~C2 FCEC|DA,~A,2 EDAD|CDEG cGEC| D2A,D FDA,D|C2G,C ECG,C|F2FD E2ED|1 CDEG cGEC:|2 CDEG cGEG|| K:Dmix |:Adde fded|(3B^cd ef ~g3e|d2de fded|=cAGE ED~D2| Adde fded|(3B^cd ef g2fg|afge dfed|=cAGE EDD2:| P:"More variations:" D2ED ADED|C2EC FCEC|DA,~A,2 DFED|CDEG cGEC|

GLORIOUS RETURN TO MILLTOWN, THE (An Pilleadh Galanta). AKA and see "Return to Milltown," "Tap the Barrel," "Tommy Peoples Reel (6)." Irish, Reel (cut time). Ireland, County Donegal. The reel was in the repertoire of Donegal fiddler John Doherty whose title was "Glorious Return to Milltown". See note for "annotation:Return to Milltown."

A Sliabh Luachra (Munster) version of the tune is "Tap the Barrel."

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - fiddler Tommy Peoples (Co. Donegal) who had it from John Doherty) [Bulmer & Sharpley].

Printed sources : - Bulmer & Sharpley (Music from Ireland, vol. 2), 1974; No. 30 (appears as untitled tune).

See also listing at :
Alan Ng's [1]

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