Annotation:Road to Durham

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X:1 % T:Road to Durham T:Ride to Durham, The R:jig C:From Altan, The Red Crow M:6/8 Z:transcribed by Gerry Strong L:1/8 Q:98 K:D FAA ABd|BAG AGE|~G3 ~B3|AGA E2 D| FAA ABd|BAG AGE|~D3 F2 A|GEA D3:| |FAA ABc|ded ~B3|~G3 ~B3|AGA E2 D| FAA ABc|ded AGE|~D3 F2 A|GEA D3| |FAA ABc|ded ~B3|~G3 ~B3|AGA E2 D| A2 D ABc|ded AGE|~D3 F2 A|GEA D3||

ROAD TO DURHAM, THE. AKA - “The Ride to Durham.” American, Jig (6/8 time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. Composed by Seattle fiddler Armin Barnet and David Molk on the way to the Irish Arts Week in East Durham, Catskills region, New York. The original title was “The Ride to Durham.”

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Recorded sources: - Green Linnet SIF-1095, Altan - "Horse with a Heart" (1989. Learned from Chicago fiddler Liz Carroll via flute player Cathal McConnell). Shanachie 34013, Liz Carroll - “A Friend Indeed" (1978).

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