Class resources 2014-15

FF_repertoire_cover_03A home for the various recordings and written music for all FluteFling Thursday classes for this teaching year.

For previous years, the archive can be found on the main Resources page and Class Resources 2013-14 The tunes are notated in ABC format and converted to PDF for ease of printing. ABC format is useful for printing, sharing and playing back the music. To find out how to do that, there is extensive tuition and app information at the ABC Notation home page.

My recordings of the music can be downloaded from this page or you can go to Soundcloud, were these are hosted. I generally play these at a slow and then more natural tempo.

Summer Term 2014-15

The files include arrangements and settings for the tunes and may be subject to alteration. The following tunes are included:

  • Flute and whistle 2
    • The Iona Boat Song (Caol Muile) and harmonies
    • Fingal’s Cave (Cuilfhionn)
    • Dhomhnuill a Dhomhnuill (Donald Donald) **COMING SOON**
  • Flute and whistle 3
    • Jenny Picking Cockles
    • The Brig o’ Tilt
    • The Trip to Pakistan

Winter-Spring Term 2014-15

The files include arrangements and settings for the tunes and may be subject to alteration. The following tunes are included:

  • Flute and whistle 2
    • The Legacy
    • Salmon Tails up the Water
    • Spootiskerry
    • The Lochaber Badger (on The Session website)
  • Flute and whistle 3
    • The Legacy
    • Lucy Farr’s Barndance
    • Where in the World Would We Be Without Women?

Autumn Term 2014-15

The files include arrangements and settings for the tunes and may be subject to alteration. The following tunes are included:

  • Flute and whistle 2
    • Leaving Lismore
    • The Glentown Reel
    • The Boyne Hunt
    • Molly Bawn
    • ‘S ann an Ìle
    • Laridé de Portobello
  • Flute and whistle 3
    • The Glentown Reel
    • The Boyne Hunt
    • Molly Bawn
    • “Young” John Naughtan’s
    • The Haunted House
    • Pull the Knife and Stick it in Again
    • Pull the Knife suggested harmonies
    • The Belfast Hornpipe
    • The Belfast Hornpipe harmony
    • Chief O’Neill’s Favourite

Main image: (c) Gordon Turnbull 2014, featuring a photo of Gordon’s flutes by Chandra Isenberg