Rainy Night on Curletts Road

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  • Tune Database entry
  • Tune Name: Rainy Night on Curletts Road

  • Tune Type: 2/4 Hornpipe

  • Composed By: Simon Meehan

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  • Year Composed: 2005


NessieNoo
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Rainy Night on Curletts Road

Post by NessieNoo » Wed Apr 13, 2005 4:45 am

I'm not sure if this really counts as a hornpipe, but I can't think how else to classify it.

The tune came into my head as I was motorcycling home one rainy night after work. Curletts Road is a short stretch of open road on my regular commute. On a busy rainy night it's an invigorating ride.

I hope I haven't copied someone else's tune - it's hard to know if you're thinking of a tune that you heard somewhere else.

Let me know what you think of the tune.
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awpiper
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Post by awpiper » Wed Apr 13, 2005 11:13 pm

Nice tune.........HOWEVER some scary similarities to "The Walrus" and "Bob Strachan"........First part VERY similar to "Walrus"...2nd,3rd and 4th Part "Bob Strachan"....Sorry.....just my thoughts.
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