O'Neill's March (2)

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X:1 T:Green Cockade, The T:O'Neill's March R:march D:Paddy Keenan: Port an Phiobaire D:Chieftains Live Z:id:hn-march-6 Z:transcribed by henrik.norbeck@mailbox.swipnet.se M:2/4 L:1/8 K:Ador eA AB/d/|e/g/e/d/ Bd|eA A/c/B/A/|GG/A/ B/G/B/d/| eA AB/d/|e/g/e/d/ Bd|e/d/e/f/ gB|A2 A2:| |:ea ag/a/|bb/a/ gg/f/|e/d/B/d/ gg/e/|d/c/B/A/ G/A/B/G/| ea ag/a/|bb/a/ gg/e/|dB gB|A2 A2:|



O'NEILL'S MARCH [2] (Máirseáil Ui Neill). AKA and see "Barrack Hill (1)," "Green Cockade (3) (The)," "Haughs of Cromdale (The)," "Tralee Gaol." Irish, March (2/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The melody is similar to (and perhaps derived from) the Scottish "Haughs of Cromdale (The). See also the 6/8 setting "Barrack Hill (1)." The "O'Neill's March" title for the tune stems from its being paired in a medley with "O'Neill's March (1)"/"O'Neill's Cavalcade" by Sean O Riada on his 1969 Gael Linn LP "O Riada sa Gaiety," on a cut that was called "Marcshlua Uí Néill (O'Neill's Cavalry March)."


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Recorded sources : - Island ILPS 9501, "The Chieftains Live" (1977).




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