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Tune Req: paddy's green shamrock shore

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PADDY'S GREEN SHAMROCK SHORE
SHAMROCK SHORE (2)


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ollaimh 18 Aug 11 - 03:55 PM
Bernard 17 Aug 11 - 07:44 PM
ollaimh 17 Aug 11 - 10:16 PM
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Subject: Tune Req: paddy's green shamrocj shore
From: ollaimh
Date: 18 Aug 11 - 03:55 PM

i was trying to figure out the melody for paddy's green shamrock shore, but was getting little joy. i keep getting "in the month of january" by john faulkner and dolores keane instead.

i mean paul brady's version of shamrock shore.

so does anyone know of tablature for these tunes, and are they essentially the same?


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: paddy's green shamrock shore
From: Bernard
Date: 17 Aug 11 - 07:44 PM

Is this what you're looking for?


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: paddy's green shamrock shore
From: ollaimh
Date: 17 Aug 11 - 10:16 PM

well that gives the gaelic source for the lyrics and the tune used by paul brady , but no tablature. i'd like to play a decent version on bouzouki but i have only a bare bones version.

there is no mention of the source of the tune for "in the month of january"

however the full lyrics for the gaelic song with phoenitic pronounciation==very cool, my gaelic is all old guysborough county nova scotia. not a well preserved dialect. essentially old lochaber gaelic, which i believe is not lost in scotland and spoken by only five or six people in nova scotia--if there sre still that many.

but i can figure out a lot of the irish.

but i lust for the tune in tablature


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