Here's a second C tune.
Come O'er the Stream, Charlie was originally a song about Bonnie Prince Charlie written by James Hogg about 1822. The origin of the tune is uncertain but it's played as a waltz these days. I play it here on a Seydel Orchestra S harp in G and accompanied on tenor ukulele. The pictures in the video are of bridges in the part of England where I live. I've listed them in the description on the video.
Nice one, Sarge. When we were kids we used to March round singing naughty words about the private parts of the Nazi leadership to that tune. I imagine Keith will know them too but I don't know if they travelled outside these islands though. I imagine they originated with soldiers during WWII and well... soldiers songs do tend to travel
I've not been here much recently but I have had a listen to some of the tunes. I'll add some comments later.
Meanwhile here is a C tune from me. It's one of my own original compositions, called "Cleveland Hills" named after part of the UK where I live. I've included some photos of the area in the video. Played on in A on a Seydel D/A sampler harp with baritone ukulele accompaniment.
Very nicely played, Eric.
The Alphabet Challenge seems to be going really well. The freedom to choose your own tunes has resulted in a good variety of tunes.
I just have one suggestion: That we start a new thread for each letter otherwise the threads will get very long. The current thread is getting long with just A and B on it and I think it time it will become unwieldy.
Just a suggestion.