I recently posted this in the Concertina videos and music forum, but maybe it should have been here in the tunes forum.
My apologies to the administartors if I have messed things up.
At the recent Whitby folk week, some friends were staying a few miles out at the village of Aislaby. After a pleasant evening hosted by them, when we were leaving, there was an amazing red moon. Back home soon after, I found this tune emerging, and I had to call it "Aislaby moon". I did get a photo of the moon, though it is not professional standard.
I am attaching here the photo of the moon, and the tune in a PDF file.
I hope this ABC transxcription is correct:
W: Inspired by the sight of a red moon over the village of Aislaby, near Whitby, 22/08/2016.
|C||:FCF|G>AB|c-ce/d/|c2d/e/|f>ed|BGA|B>cB|1 G2C:|2 G-GA/B/||
|:cAc|f>ed|BG>A|B2d/c/|B>cd|fcA|AG>A|1 G2A/B/:|2 F3||
Any difference between the abc and the music notation means my error in the abc.
- John Wild.
Aislaby Moon -F.pdf 14.14KB 84 downloads