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Wild Mountain Thyme (Will ye go, lassie, go?)

Genre: Celtic/Irish  Key: G  Tuning: Standard  Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by rjwmitchell, updated: 11/3/2013
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Notes: In 3 parts at times harmony at times contra


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stevemurray290 Says:
Tuesday, January 19, 2021 @2:44:22 AM
Other than The Wild Mountain Thyme, this melody is otherwise called Purple Heather and Will You Go Lassie, Go?. Francis McPeake and child sang it with the last title in an account made by Peter Kennedy on his 1955 treasury Folk Song Today and the entire McPeake family sang it as the title track of on their 1963 Topic EP Wild Mountain Thyme. Francis McPeake (child) went with on the uilleann lines and sang with Francis (father), Francis (grandson) Tommy McCrudden, Kathleen and James, who likewise went with on the harp. If you want a stump grinding service, contact us.

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