Posted by Grassapelli on Tuesday, May 25, 2010
This can be a fun tune unless you just played St. Anne's Reel. The B parts are similar. Going astray is not difficult.
The real question is "what does the title refer to?" Morpeth sounds like a name, maybe of a person, or a place. A rant is a highly emotional speech. Hmmm.
Someone said that Rant in music means playing the tune faster and faster. Could be, but I just don't know. My version of the tune, in tab, is up: Morpeth Rant at 100 Fiddle Tunes.
Tuesday, May 25, 2010 @8:02:37 PM
Lot's of info at the Fiddler's Companion website... http://www.ibiblio.org/fiddlers/MORN_MOT.htm
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