Jackie Coleman's | Tunes From Doolin | Irish Traditional Music

Share This Post

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Jackie Coleman’s

I learned “Jackie Coleman’s” from Dympna O’Sullivan’s album “Bean Chairdín”. It is a popular reel around Doolin and I associate it with flute player Stéphane Germain in particular.

X:1
T:Jackie Coleman’s
R:reel
C:Jackie Coleman
M:4/4
K:D
|:AFF2 EDB,D|F2AF BFAF|E2BE dEBE|ABde fedB|
A~F3 EDB,D|F2FA BFAF|E2BE dEBE|1 ABde fddB:|2 ABde fdde||
|:fddc d2de|fddc dfaf|e~A3 eAfA|e~A3 cdeg|
fddc d2de|fddc dfaf|g2gf gbag|1 fgeg fdde:|2 fgeg fedB||

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Random Tunes

Dooney Rock

A composition of fiddle player Sean Ryan, “Dooney Rock” is part of a set recorded by James Cullinan & the late PJ Crotty on their album “Happy To Meet”. The first tune of the set is “Happy to Meet, Sorry to Part” and the last one “The Humours of Ballingarry”.

Read More »

Cup of Tea (The)

A common session tune, “The Cup of Tea” is a great reel which I learned through various sessions. This version is quite standard, however I would highly recommend Tommy Peoples’ version on his album “The Quiet Glen”, I think it’s the best recording of this tune ever.

Read More »

Atholl Highlanders (The)

“The Atholl Highlanders” is a tune of scottish origin. Mostly played as a jig, even though it was originally a march I believe. It is very much associated with the fiddle music of Donegal and was recorded by Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh and Frankie Kennedy on their legendary album “Ceol Aduaidh”.

Read More »