Shoemaker's Daughter (2) (The)

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X:1 T:Shoemaker's Daughter [2], The R:Reel C:Ed Reavy M:2/2 L:1/8 Z:Joe Reavy N:Ed wrote the tune in the fifties, but it did not become popular in Ireland N:until the seventies, when it was record by Seamus Connelly, N:the well-known Galway fiddler. K:G DF |: G2 DG BcdB | G=FDE FDCD | G2 DG Bcde | =fdBd c2 Bc | dg (3gfg dc (3cBc | Bcde =fdcd | g^fdc BcdB | FGAF G2 :|| ef |:g2 dg bgdg | gfdg fdcd | g2 dg Bgdg | f2 (3cBA BGGf | g2 dc BGGE | ^FGAB c2 Bc | dg (3gfg de=fd | cA^FA G2 :||



SHOEMAKER'S DAUGHTER [2]. AKA and see “O'Dowd's Reel (2).” Irish, Reel (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Composed in the 1950's by the late Philadelphia, Pa./County Cavan, Irish American fiddler and composer Ed Reavy (1898-1988). The melody was recorded in the 1970's by Galway-born fiddler Seamus Connelly.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Reavy (The Collected Compositions of Ed Reavy), No. 37, p. 39. Vallely (Play Tin Whistle with the Armagh Pipers Club, vol. 3); 22.

Recorded sources: - Varrick VR 038, Yankee Ingenuity - "Heatin' up the Hall" (1989).



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