HEADWOOD CROSSING (jig)

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Headwood crossing - MP3
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"Headwood crossing" is a jig in C major (aeolien) with two parts of 8 bars, composed by Patrick Davey.

 


Here is a simple chord grid to use with chords int he key of C major.

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B

Chords 1 - MP3
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However it is not very easy to play in C major in DADGAD, fortunately, the use of the capo offers us others possibilities, thanks to transposition.

For example, you put the capo in case 5 and then you play G major chords, it will sound in C (see the capo page). Here is a new grid, capo 5:

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B

Chords 2 - MP3
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We can put the capo in case 3 and then play with A major chords :

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B

Chords 3 - MP3
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Finally, in case 10 we can play with D major chords, remark your guitare must be well tuned in this part of the neck.

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B

Chords 4 - MP3
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Whatever your choice between this four solutions, you will always play in C major. On the other hand it will sound each time different, it's up to you to choose what you like the most !

You can listen to "Headwood crossing" in the album "the three sisters" (2002) from the flute player Barry Kerr.

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Overview (tab + chords)