Campanella (“little bell”) is a way of playing that allows multiple strings to ring at the same time, creating a harp-like sound. The ukulele with its re-entrant tuning (assuming it’s tuned with a high G) is really suited to this style of playing. The principle is to avoid playing two consecutive notes on the same string, let the notes sound as long as possible and prefer open strings to fretted notes whenever you can.
Also known as Cry Of The Celtic, Jim Morrison’s, Maurice Carmondy’s Favorite, Maurice Carmondy’s Favourite, Morrison’s Aaron, Morrison’s No. 1, Port Ui Mhuirgheasa, Stick Across The Hob, The Stick Across The Hob, Tom Carmondy’s Favorite.
Sheet music at TheSession.org