COMPENDIUM TUNES

Below is an evolving list of tunes in this compendium. Click on tune titles for sheet music and audio (where available). More tunes will be added through 2021. The tunes are presented as skeleton notations which can be freely interpreted according to the practices of traditional Irish music. All music is copyright © Frisbee Publications 2020/2021.

SLIP SLIDES
​(Hybrids of Slip Jigs and Slides in 15/8 or a mix of 9/8 and 12/8 bars)

Fig and Leif’s Frolics on the Farm
Hauraki Corner
Nostalgia (from ‘Music for the Departed’)
Santa’s Slip-Slide
Sciorradh agus Sleámhnaigh (From ‘Aontacht’)
The Bunbeg

The Dowager’s Hump​ (Coming soon)
The Locrian
The Ravensdale (Coming soon)

CLIPPED SLIDES
(Slides with one beat less than usual, putting them in 11/8)

The Magical Slide

HOP FLINGS
(Highland Flings with extra ‘hop’ beats)

Beau’s Hop Around the Kiwi Orchard (Coming soon)
Takapuna Beach Hop

SLIP STRATHSPEYS
(Strathspeys with extra bars which turn the metre into 9/4)

A Strathspey for Frankie (From Omos do Frankie Kennedy)

CLIPPED MAZURKAS
(Mazurkas with occasional 2/4 bars between regular 3/4 bars)

The Anniversary
The Lakeside Mazurka (From ‘Errigal Suite’)

HOP HORNPIPES
(Hornpipes with occasional extra 5/4 or 6/4 bars which hop the beat)

The Frosty Vales of Milton

HOP REELS
(Reels with occasional extra beats interrupting the usual straight 4/4, 2/2 or 8/8 metres)

Aontacht Reel No.1
Beau’s Bounce
(Coming soon)
Kitty From Kilfenora (From ‘The Clare Concerto’)
O’Donoghue’s Silver Flute (From ‘The Clare Concerto’)

Phrygian Reel
Reel 47

Ríl Airgíalla (Coming soon)
The Rolling Hills of Te Uku (Coming soon)
The Toko Mouth Reel​

SLIP REELS
(Reels with extra bars which turn the metre into either 5/4, 9/8 or 9/4)

Willie Clancy’s Milltown Malbay Heatwave (From ‘The Clare Concerto’)

6/4 REELS (Reels in a 6/4 metre)

Charlie’s Chomp ​(Coming soon)

CLIPPED REELS
(Reels with one beat less than usual, putting them in 7/8 or 7/4)

CLIPPED POLKAS
(Polkas with one beat less than usual, putting them in 5/8 or 5/4)

Cormac’s Clip