Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Rakes of Mallow

10/13/2015 — Today's RISK session, starting at 3:15pm at Minglement, will feature Kim Nelson on fiddle and Holly Tuttle on guitar, teaching RAKES OF MALLOW, a common and peppy Irish session tune. The tune comes from County Cork in the 1780s. Oddly enough, right after its origin, it was picked up by an Indian composer and used as the melody for a sacred prayer to a Hindu Goddess. Music the Universal...

The soundcloud link goes to the recording, but it has a weird number name that I couldn't successfully edit.

Here's the sheet music—

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