Annotation:Trip to Kinvara

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X: 1 T:Trip to Kinvara, The R:reel C:Martin Mulhaire S:Session Galway 1992 D:Buttons & Bows Z:id:hn-reel-437 M:C| K:D ~f3e dcdB|AFDF A2FA|~f3e dfbf|af~f2 edBc| dB~B2 BAFE|DEFA BAFA|ba~a2 fdBc|1 dfec d3e:|2 dfec dABc|| |:d2fd adfa|bagb afef|d2fd adfd|Acec fcec| d2fd adfa|bagb ~a3f|1 ~g3e f2af|gfed cABc:|2 ~g3e ~f3a|gfed cAce|| P:"Version 2:" ~f3e d3B|ADFD ADFD|f2fe dfbf|afgf edBc| dB~B2 BA^GB|ADFD ADFA|ba~a2 fd~d2|1 egfe d2de:|2 egfe d3c|| |:d2df ~a3z|abgb agfe|d2fd adfd|(3cBA eA fAec| d2df a2~a2|abgb ~a3f|~g3e ~f3a|1 gfed cABc:|2 gfed cAce||

TRIP TO KINVARA. AKA and see “Lads of Doocastle (The),” “Long Way from Home (A),” “Paddy Arthur's Pint.” Irish, Reel. Kinvara is in County Galway, on the Clare border. Alternate title “Lads of Doocastle” is from flute player Roger Sherlock, while “Paddy Arthur’s Pint” and “Trip to Kinvara” are from the Green Linnet Céilí Band and Buttons and Bows, respectively. However, the tune was originally composed in the early 1950’s by accordion player Martin Mulhaire[1] as “A Long Way from Home.”

Additional notes

Recorded sources : - Green Linnet SIF-1051, Jackie Daly, Seamus & Manus McGuire - "Buttons and Bows" (1984).

See also listing at :
Alan Ng's [2]

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