Sister's Reel (The)

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X: 1 T: The Sister's Reel T: Mary McMahon D: De Dannan's "Hibernian Rhapsody" R: Reel Z: Adrian Scahill M: 4/4 L: 1/8 F:http://www.john-chambers.us/~jc/music/abc/Ireland/reel/MaryMcMahon_1.abc 2019-11-05 023656 UT K: D fAeA dAAG | FGAB =cAGB | Add2 efed | (3Bcd ef g2ag | fdec dAAG | FGAB =cAGB | Add2 efed | cAGE D4 :| f3g a2fa | abag fede | f3g a2fa | bfaf g2ag | f3g a2fa | abag feda | bfaf gfed | (3Bcd ef g2ag :|



SISTER’S REEL, THE. AKA and see “Mary McMahon,” “Micho Russell's Reel (4),” “Noel Hill's.” Irish, Reel (4/4 time). The tune has a variety of names. County Clare tine whistle player Micho Russell called it "Mary McMahon," while it was called both "Micho Russell's" and "Maureen Glynn's Fiddle" on Cronin & Burke's 1977 album. However, the most frequent titles are "Mary McMahon" (or, as on Martin Hayes' album, "Mary McMahon of Ballinahinch") or "Micho Russell's."

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Breathnach, (CRÉ II), 1976; No. 269 (appears as “Gan ainm”/Untitled). Bulmer & Sharpley (Music from Ireland, vol. 2), 1974; No. 24 (appears as “Mary McMahon”).

Recorded sources: - Shanachie 29005, Johnny Cronin & Joe "Banjo" Burke - "Cronin & Burke" (1977).

See also listing at:
Alan Ng's Irishtune.info [1]



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