X:0
T:The Mal's Copporim
S:Tune #29 archived at The Machine Folk Session
F:https://themachinefolksession.org/tune/29
N:This tune can be found in “folk-rnn v1 Session Book, volume 14 (of 20)“ (https://highnoongmt.wordpress.com/2018/01/05/volumes-1-20-of-folk-rnn-v1-transcriptions/). It was found by a user of thesession.org. They write: "I've had a romp round the archive of mp3s (http://www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/~sturm/research/RNNIrishTrad/index.html). It's a slightly surreal experience, like you are listening to the output of someone locked in a cell and forced to write tunes! That's what I'm imagining anyway. Interesting to listen to a few - normally you know pretty much immediately whether a tune's going to be good or not, but there is quite a lot of variation during the tune - not `totally unexpected variation' but not simple repetition either. In [The Mal's Copporim], the first two phrases are quite fun as a generative idea to `human-compose' the rest of it! I know that's not quite the point of course. Still had fun trying the opening of this one on the harp." https://thesession.org/discussions/37800\#comment769126
M: 4/4
K: Dmaj
|: a>g | f2 f>e d2 d>B | A>BAe | f2 d>f ed | e>dc>B Agfe |
f2 f>e d2 d>B | A2 A>G F2 F2 | G2 B>A d2 c>d |[1 e>dc>A d2 :|[2 e2 d2 d2 ||
|: fAg>A f>Ae>A | d>gd>B d2 g>A | f>Af>e d>ed>c | e>ed>c (3Bcd (3efg |
a2 a>g f2 e2 | d2 A>d f2 f>g | a2 g>f e2 f>g | a2 A2 D2 :|
X:1
T:The Mal's Copporim
S:Setting #1 of tune #29 archived at The Machine Folk Session
F:https://themachinefolksession.org/tune/29/setting/1
C: folk-rnn (v1) + Bob L. Sturm
M: 4/4
K: Dmaj
|: a>g | "D" f2 f>e d2 d>B | "A" A>BAe | f2 d>f "Em" ed | "A" e>dc>B Agfe |
"D"f2 f>e d2 d>B | "A"A2 A>G "Bm"F2 F2 | "G" G2 B>A "D"d2 c>d |[1 "A" e>dc>A "D" d2 :|[2 "A"e2 d2 "D"d2 |
|: fA "G" g>A "F#"f>A "Em"e>A | "G" d>gd>B d2 g>A | "Bm" f>Af>e d>ed>c | "A" e>ed>c (3Bcd (3efg |
"D" a2 a>g f2 "A"e2 | "G"d2 A>d "D"f2 f>g | a2 g>f "A"e2 f>g |1"D" a2 "A" A2 "Bm" D2 :|2"D" a2 "A" A2 "G" D2 ||