Sliabh Geal gCua na Feile

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X:1 T:Sliabh Geal gCua na Feile R:slow air Z:id:hn-slowair-3 M:6/8 L:1/16 Q:3/8=45 K:D f>g | a4 {ba}g2 {fg}f3 gaf | g4 {ag}fe f4 {gf}e2 | d4 c2 A4 B2 | =c4 {dc}Bc d3 ff{gf}e | d4 c2 A4 {BA}GF | G6 {AG}F4 G2 |1 A4 d2 d4 e2 | f6- f4 :|2 A4 d2 d4 c2 | d6- d4 || A2 | d4 e2 f4 g2 | a2 a4- a4 {ba}g2 | a4 b2 {ab}a4 {ba}gf | g2 a4- a4 ge | f2 g4 {ef}e4 c2 | {e}d2 e4- e4 c2 | {e}d4 {ed}c2 A4 A2 | A6- A4 || f>g | a4 {ba}g2 {fg}f3 gaf | g4 {ag}fe f4 {gf}e2 | d4 c2 A4 B2 | =c4 {dc}Bc d3 ff{gf}e | d4 c2 A4 {BA}GF | G6 {AG}F4 G2 | A4 d2 d4 {ed}c2 | d6- d4 ||



SLIABH GEAL gCUA NA FEILE. AKA – “Lliabh Gheal Ghua.” AKA and see “Fare You Well.” Irish, Slow Air (4/4 time). D Major/Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA’B. The air of a song written in 1890 by Pádraig Ó Maillé, an Irish exile working in the Welsh coal mines. The set dance “Garden of Daisies (The)” is derived from this melody.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Ó Canainn (Traditional Slow Airs of Ireland), 1995; No. 46, p. 42 (appears as “Sliabh Geal gCua”).

Recorded sources: -Green Linnet GLCD 1211, Kevin Crawford – “In Good Company” (2001). RCA 09026-60916-2, The Chieftains - "An Irish Evening" (1991).

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


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