Tune the F# to D and you get another cool D tuning. Sam Hall
As I Roved Out – The Clancys We may link to products if we deem helpful to the reader. Your email address will not be published. Rare Ould Times
The Bantry Girl’s Lament Dicey Reilly Youghal Harbour The Garden Song
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Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms Three Lovely Lassies from Kimmage Lonely Banna Strand Home by Bearna (aka In Scartaglen there lived a lass) Minnie Skavinsky Skavar Starting with your guitar in standard tuning (EADGBE) tuning to DADGAD tuning is really simple. The Shores of Amerikay Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore The Green Hills of Clare Well DADGAD tuning hits both of those because of those two high strings that you can always leave open. The Zoological Gardens, Annie’s Song Fields of Gold The Praties They Grow Small A fair maid walking Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down? Nancy the Pride of the West Boolavogue In Praise of the City of Mullingar  These act as a drone on either the bass or treble strings, approximating the voicings used in traditional Scottish and Irish pipe music. The Town I Loved So Well Lakes of Ponchartrain The Lambs on the Green Hills Courtin’ in the Kitchen Sweet Thames Flow Softly
Dirty Old Town The Lowlands of Holland Wearing of the Green Mary From Dungloe This tuning is very popular in folk music, and it has a lovely airy feel to it. Abdul Abulbul Amir It became popular with with players like Bert Jansch and John Renbourn in the British folk boom in the sixties where it was picked up on by Jimmy Page. Slieve Gallion Brae The Riddle Song DADGAD Open Tuning Guitar Chord Chart: Celtic fingerstyle guitar books by Glenn Weiser Study Celtic Guitar via Skype with Glenn Weiser Mrs McGrath Dunlavin Green "Clint Lowery & John Connolly Talk About Tuning", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=DADGAD&oldid=960530077, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 3 June 2020, at 13:08. The Shamrock Shore
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The Golden Jubilee The Boys of Mullaghbawn The Streets of New York The Road to Dundee Four Green Fields Then, take the B string and, just as you did with the low E string, drop it one whole tone. The Beggarman’s Song Go Where Glory Waits Thee Take Me Up to Monto Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right Red is the Rose Rare Old Mountain Dew Easy and Slow Woodstock 69 | Reviews
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Just like with the G chord, this is because of that second open A string. Where Do You Go To My Lovely
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Spanish Lady Then, place your second and third fingers next to each other on the low D and A strings respectively at the fifth fret. The Wren Boy’s Song The Zoological Gardens. My Mary of the Curling Hair While this song is simply C major and G major like the rest on this list, the key to playing it is to get the strum right. Leaving of Liverpool Let Him Go Let Him Tarry Nora
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What Would You Do If You Married A Soldier? Ease – often, tuning the guitar to an alternative tuning (particularly open tunings) will make chords in a certain key far easier to master than in standard. Where My Eileen is Waiting Óró Sé do Bheatha ‘Bhaile DADGAD was developed by Davey Graham when he was transposing Middle Eastern music to the guitar.
Note that although the tuning intervals are the same as DADGAD… My Johnny was a Shoemaker Practise sliding your hand up the neck with that original G chord shape until you can do it fluidly and soon enough you’ll be playing in DADGAD tuning just as comfortably as you do in standard tuning. Carrigdhoun Parting Glass The Portuguese Sailor Mantle So Green Online Celtic Tunebook
We Shall Not Be Moved Still I Love Him When Irish Eyes are Smiling Now comes the magic. Dingle Bay Erin’s Green Shore Tuning to DADGAD from standard is accomplished by tuning the first, second and sixth strings down a whole step (two frets).