Play me a Tune! old Irish style (hm7ma)

Play me a Tune!  old Irish style (hm7ma)

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Come on - play me a tune!

If it's early in the evening and still rather quiet in the pub, the instruments have just been taken out of their cases and the first sip of freshly poured Guinness runs through the expectant throat – then you will hear this call and the session is opened. One starts, the others nod in recognition, take their instruments and start playing. And now the wild hunt in the land of the jigs and reels starts and ends only after millions of notes.
More than five thousand tunes have survived, and new ones have been added. These arrangements in the old Irish style give us the possibility to play along even when the other musicians play a little. faster.
 All notes with the stem written downwards are played by the bass hand, its thump often playing melody notes. This takes the burden off the melody hand, which can then play the remaining notes. On metal strings and small harps with small string spacing this octave is played with 1 3 – larger harps take the usual 1 4 fingering – maybe even in the more relaxed etouffée manner.

Content

Man of the House
Morrison’s Jig
Out on the ocean
Cooley’s Reel
Golden Keyboard
The Morning Dew
The Maids of Mitchellstown
Glass of Beer
The Musical Priest
Cliffs of Moher
Kid on the Mountain
Templehouse Reel
Contradiction Reel
The Moving Cloud

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„Es gibt ein Geheimnis um die Musik” sagte der alte Harfner „dem ich näher kommen möchte. Auf der Suche nach diesem Geheimnis schufen die Musiker immer kompliziertere Kompositionen — und doch ist die Musik, die die Menschen im Innersten bewegt, oft die einfachste. Aber nicht jede simple Melodie berührt deshalb die Menschen. Vielleicht ist dieses Geheimnis zu einfach, um es in Bücher zu schreiben oder in Worte zu fassen, ja, die Gelehrten würden am Ende sogar die Köpfe darüber schütteln, wenn sie's wüßten. Aber die Musiker stoßen manchmal zufällig darauf: einmal, zweimal in ihrem Leben finden manche von ihnen eine Melodie, die unsterblich wird, die den Menschen vertraut wird wie ihre eigene Hand und die ihnen dennoch einen Schauer den Rücken herunterlaufen läßt, wenn sie sie hören. Dann geschieht dieses Geheimnis der Musik.”