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irish chords and lyrics site

Rita64 24 May 99 - 03:15 AM
Benjamin Bodhránaí 24 May 99 - 04:18 AM
Mick Lowe 24 May 99 - 06:35 AM
Mick Lowe 24 May 99 - 08:36 PM
SingsIrish Songs 24 May 99 - 08:39 PM
Rita64 24 May 99 - 09:03 PM
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Subject: trad chords/score and lyrics site
From: Rita64
Date: 24 May 99 - 03:15 AM

Anyone know of site(s), both Irish and trad music from other lands, that contain both lyrics and the accompanying chords/score? I have searched a little but I can only find fan sites that render their interpretation of their idol's recordings. HELP!

Thanks in anticipation.


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Subject: RE: irish chords and lyrics site
From: Benjamin Bodhránaí
Date: 24 May 99 - 04:18 AM

I think you'll be pushing it!!! Usually only lyrics are posted on sites, archives and forums, and the easiest way to get chords is to specifically ask for chords of a song. We all tend to play things differently depending on the key we choose and which chords in that key on guitar sound okay. Sometimes transcription does not sound to good, and using capos goes to high.

Anyway are there partiticualr songs you are looking for? If so continue this thread or start another one with a Chord request flag (CHD REQ: Irish Songs) or something like that.

Scri/obhidh ar ball tu/

BB


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Subject: RE: irish chords and lyrics site
From: Mick Lowe
Date: 24 May 99 - 06:35 AM

Always one to help a Fair Young Maid in distress, I suppose I should come to your rescue.
There is only one site you need and that is PROF'S PAGES
Now how did you know I was going to say that?
As an aside and an explanation as to why I type the following. I was really chuffed with myself when I first got the "Blue Clicky Thing" to work, but lately as I read through threads I've found it increasingly annoying that we are all using it, especially if I don't want to zap over to it immediately, but would rather make a note for future reference..
Hence here is the URl for the above link for those not wanting to visit until later
www.prof.co.uk/irish1.htm
Cheers
Mick


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Subject: RE: irish chords and lyrics site
From: Mick Lowe
Date: 24 May 99 - 08:36 PM

Has my damsel been rescued yet??


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Subject: RE: irish chords and lyrics site
From: SingsIrish Songs
Date: 24 May 99 - 08:39 PM

ML,

Who said chivalry was lost???

MK


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Subject: RE: irish chords and lyrics site
From: Rita64
Date: 24 May 99 - 09:03 PM

Aaah, my good man Mick, I am feeling slightly less distressed than I was yesterday. Your assistance is most appreciated.

In fact, I am considering cascading my golden locks down the cold stone castle wall ...

;o) F. Youngmaid


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