TUNES OF THE MUNSTER PIPERS: IRISH TRADITIONAL MUSIC FROM THE JAMES GOODMAN MANUSCRIPTS

ANNOTATED INDEX OF ALL FOUR VOLUMES OF THE GOODMAN COLLECTION

IN THE ORDER OF THE MANUSCRIPTS

by Hugh and Lisa Shields

  Version 1.4 as of 7 August 2017 (replacing Version 1.3 as of 27 October 2016)

  for version history & list of changes in this version (and errata to published edition of the book) please see the end of this document

  © Copyright Irish Traditional Music Archive 2013

Online supplement to Tunes of the Munster Pipers 2: Irish Traditional Music from the James Goodman Manuscripts, ed. Hugh & Lisa Shields, volume 2, Dublin: Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2013, ISBN 978-0-9532704-5-3 (hardback), 978-0-9532704-6-0 (paperback), available from ITMA's shop

  PDF version of this file also available here.

  Facsimiles of the TCD Goodman manuscripts are now available at goodman.itma.ie

STRUCTURE OF ENTRIES:

1) Volume and page of JG’s original manuscript

2) Source when attributed by JG

3) Title in italics (bold italics for tunes published in TMP 1 (nos 1–515) or TMP 2 (nos 516–1051), with JG’s expression marks, if any, followed by the TMP number in bold)

4) Editorial references to MS or printed collections, and remarks (introduced by a dash). For abbreviations (ONMI, HUT, gnp, Pipes, Words, Tunes, etc.) see INFORMATION SOURCES AND ABBREVIATIONS in Tunes of the Munster Pipers 2:217–237or online here (updated and enhanced version).

‘Words’, ‘Pipes’ in this index refer to pages in Goodman’s notebook containing song texts and the incipits of 131‘piping tunes’. Links are now provided here to 70 of the song-text pages. ‘Tunes’ refers to his  selection of 54 airs in a unfinished manuscript book Irish music of every description....

5) Cross-references to any duplicate or related items in the collection, prefixed by ‘See’

The next three fields (6 to 8, separated by tildes), which are a codification of the melodies, are enclosed in curly brackets:

6) Time signature and key, e.g. Cf (common time and key F), 2:4g, 9:8c, etc. C stands for cut time.

7) Format: In the format field is the symbol for Segno An exclamation mark stands for four vertical dots instead of the usual repeat mark or (occasionally) for a wrongly or strangely positioned repeat mark (e.g. !8||8!|DC on page 3/191c). In parts having two cadences (4 two cadences :| etc.). JG often omits the expected repeat marks (as in 1/23a, 1/33b, etc). KS = key signature; TS = time signature (used where missing etc.)

8) Breathnach’ code: a system of numerically coding the stressed notes of the first two or more bars of a melody (Breathnach 1982)—it is provided as a rough guide to melodic similarities and should be used with caution, as it is not always clear what the tonic note of the tune is. BB used the numeral 1 for the tonic note (normally the final) and indicated higher and lower octaves by underlining or overlining. These octaves are depicted in the PDF version of this file by a straight quotation mark and an underline (single or doubled) placed after the numeral thus: 1' 5_ 7__. These octave markings are omitted here in this HTML version (which makes for easier searching).

N.B. Coding of tunes written in 2:4 time can be problematic: these often include ‘common time’ tunes such as reels and hornpipes, as well as the more obvious polkas. They have been coded here, as seems appropriate, either by default as two bars (four stresses per bar: **** ****) or as four bars (two stresses per bar ** ** ** **) with a space separating the bars of code. In doubtful cases both versions are given.

Fields 1–3 and 6–7 of each entry derive from the MS; 4–5 and 8 are editorial. Goodman’s spelling (with the exception of ‘v’ for the vowel ‘u’) and capitalization have been retained; his contractions have been silently expanded.

VOLUME ONE OF GOODMAN MSS

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1/1a    K    FÁINNE GEAL AN LAE   cheerfully    1 — Pipes p 41, no 131; Tunes p 3a.  {C8||8:|: 3332 5575}

1/1b  •     REIDH CHNOC MNÁ DUIBHE   with expression    2 — Tunes p 3b. Cf (words only, ‘by George Roberts’) in O’D 1850 pp 181–83.  {3:4g  16||  = 4+4 $ 4+4 $ 432 651}

1/1c  •    DÚN UI BHRAOIN   slow    3 — Pipes p 41, no 123; Tunes p 3c. {Cg 8||8:|:  = 4x4 3343 5553}

1/2a  •    Lá le Pádruig [is me adtig an tabhairne — index]  slow    4Words pp 96–97 An Maighisdir sgoile agus an Sglamhuidhe: ‘Lá le Pádruig ’s mé suidhe a dtigh an tabhairne’;  Pipes p 40, no 109; Tunes p 4d.  {Cc 8||8:|:= 4x4 5134 5751}

1/2b  •    Bláith na g-craobh  andante    5Words p 92 ‘Si bláith na gcraobh ar dhaith na sméar do chrádhuig mo chroidhe’; Tunes p 3d. P-S no 1131 is a copy of JG.  {3:4g 4||12||  = 4+4 $ 4+4 $ 116 755}

1/2c  •    An bhean dubh  vol II [?] 84  Lively    6 — Tunes p 4b.  {6:8g 4||4||4:|: 16 14 51 13}

1/3a  •  K  •  An Rógaire doill    Slow    7 — Pipes p 41, no 122; Tunes p 4c.  {3:4c 16||  = 4+4 $ 4+4 $ 554 177}

1/3b  •  K  •  An Cailín Ruadh  Slow    8Words p 93 ‘Siud ort a cSeaghuin! is ní fhágfam an baille go luan’; Tunes p 4a.  {3:4g 20  = 10 $ 10|| $ 555 445}

1/3c  •    An Bhrighid óg See page 264  Slow    9 — See 1/264a.  {Cc 10  = 5 $ 5|| $ 5211 2771}

1/4a  •    An Clár bog déil  Slow & plaintive    10 — Tunes p 1b. JG praises his friend Mick Riordan’s singing of this song (see UCC p [137]).  {3:4d 16  = 8 $ 8|| ‘Symphony’ 16||DC 653 137}

1/4b  •    Air Éire ní neósainn cia h-í [index: néosainn] With Feeling    11 — Tunes p 5a. P-S  no 1237 is a copy. O’D 1850 p 266 is almost identical, probably copied from JG.  {3:4g 12||12:|:  = 8x4 511 345}

1/5a  •    A Mháire as a Mhúirnín  plaintive    12Words pp 125–26 ‘A mháire’s a mhuirnín ’s a lúibín ’na gcraobhfholt’; Tunes p 5d.  P-S no 1127 is a copy (‘from the Revd. J. Goodman, Ardgroven, Castletown Bere, Dec. 3rd 1863’) the next six P-S tunes, nos 1128–34, are also copied from JG. See 4/36a.  {3:4d 8||8:| 137 111}

1/5b  •    AN CORRÁN  Lively [AN corrected  < RA?]    13 — Tunes p 5e.  {6:8g 14||  = 8+6 31 11 42 26}

1/5c  •  K  •  CAITILÍN NÍ UALLACHAIN  Marked time not too slow –  •  14 — Tunes p 4e.  {3:4d 8||8:|: 135 135}

1/6a  •  K  •  An garbh cnoicín fhraoich [index: cnocín fraoig]   Lively  •  15 — Tunes p 6a.  P-S no 1385 is a copy.  {Cd 8||8:|: 5432 1315}

1/6b   [An garbh cnoicín fhraoich] An other setting of Same. —  Tunes p 6b. A copy of O’D 1850 p 70.  {Cc 8||8:|: 5535 7771}

1/7a    K    Fagbhamaoid súd mar atá sé  playfully    16 — Tunes p 6c. P-S no 1130 is a copy. See 3/109c.  {6:8g 8||8:|:  = 4x4 51 35 35 37}

1/7b  •  K  •  Únadh  Andante    17 — Tunes p 6d. See 2/157c Gilderoy.  {Cc 8||8:|: 7775 7775}

1/7c  •  K  •  An Cailín donn  slow    18 — Tunes p 6e. JG praises his friend Mick Riordan’s singing of this song (see UCC p [137]). Cf MS 7348 p 169 The black-haired girl. Tune specification for PPM2 p 2 An buachaill bán. {3:4g 8||8:|: 113 667}

1/8a  •  K  •  An Raelthion leanabhach [index: leanabach]     With expression    19 — Tunes p 7a. JG praises his friend Mick Riordan’s singing of this song (see UCC p [137]). See 2/148 John Doe (variant).  {Cd 8||8  = 4 +$ 4|| 5535 1132}

1/8b  •  K  •  ‘Táimse am chodladh &c[]  Slow with feeling    20 — Cf Tunes p 7b (2nd part varies); Neal 1724 p 12 (variant). See 3/47b, 4/27a.  {3:4g 16||16:|:  = 4x8? 712 427}

1/8c  •  K  •  An Smachdaoin crón [index: Smachdín]  Lively    21 — Cf Tunes p 7e (last two bars vary). Despite the ‘K’ this might be a copy of O’D 1850 pp 228–29. P-S no 1582 is a copy.  {2:4g 9:|:9||DC [read 8+8? last bar on line above] 13 35 13 72 (4 bars) rather than 1133 3555 (2 bars)}

1/9a  •  K  •  An Páisdín Fionn  playfully  •  22 — Tunes p 8a.  {6:8d ~ 8||8:|: ~ 51 23 24 55}

1/9b  •  K  •  Maidin aoibhin cois taoibh an ghleanna   slow    23 — Tunes p 7d.  {Cg ~ 8||8:|:  = 4x4 ~ 1117 5346}

1/9c  •  K  •  Air maidin a nae ’s me [index: ] go moch  Lively    24  {Cg ~ 8||8:|: ~ 7247 5471}

1/10a  •  K  •  Sibéil Ni Bhriain  Slow & distinct vol. iii 124    25 — Tunes p 8b. JG made note to ask his brother George to get this song from ‘Andy’ (presumably Tom Kennedy’s brother Andy, also a piper): UCC p [132]). See 3/124a Maire Ní Dhaonléith, same air with variants.  P-S no 1570 is a copy.  {Cd ~ 8||8:|: ~ 1355 6711}

1/10b  •  K?  •  Stáca ’n Mhargaidh  Moderately Slow    26 — Marked ‘K’ in index, but probably from O’Farrell. JG praises his friend Mick Riordan’s singing of this song (see UCC p [137]). Cf OFPC 2 p 126 Stalk en vauraga.  {3:4a [3 corrected  < 6?] ~ 12||20|| bars 3 to12  = 23 to 32 ~ 356 111}

1/11a  •  K  •  An Súisín Bán [index: Suisín]  •  27 — Tunes p 9a. See 1/268b, 4/85d The cooleen bawn.  {Cg ~ 6||6|:  [ = 4x3] ~ 4615 1342}

1/11b  •  K  •  Casadh an t-súgáin  Slow    28 — Tunes p 9b.  {Cg ~ 6|| $ 6:|: $  = 4x3 ~ 1512 3311}

1/11c  •  K  •  Éamonn Mhagáine  slow & distinct    29 — Tunes p 9c.  {3:4c ~ 16  = 2x4+$ 2x4|| $ ~ 113 557}

1/12a  •  K  •  A Rabhais ag an g-Carraig    30 — See 3/53c.  {Cg ~ 13  = 3+3+$ 3+4|| $ ~ 1115 3421}

1/12b  •  K  •  Seo tho thoil   plaintive  •  31  {Cg ~ 10  = 4+$ +4+2:| $ ~ 5566 1121}

1/12c  •  K  •  Fallaing ui Mhuimhneacháin  Lively    32 — Tunes p 3e.  {6:8g ~ 2x4|| ~ 51 12 31 73}

1/12d  •  Ceann dubh dileas  Slow    516 — Pigot marked his copy of this as a ‘K’ tune in RIA MS 24.0.1 p 820g.  {6:8c ~ 2x4:|: ~ 57 23}

1/13a  •  K  •  Bó na leath adhairce  Slow & Marked    33  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 32 36 32 11}

1/13b  •  Bán chnoic Éireann oslow    517 — Tunes p 9d. Cf Horncastle pp 15–18; O’D 1850 p 44.  {Cc ~ 8||8:|  = 4x4 ~ 4642 1576}

1/13c    An chnotadh bán  Lively — Cf O’D 1850 p 50.  {Cg ~ 8||8:| ~ 1127 1116}

1/14a    Móirín ní Chuillionáin — Cf O’D 1850 p 56.  { C d ~ 2x4:| ~ 1555 1232}

1/14b    Plancam Peirbhig  Lively — Cf O’D 1850 p 76 Leir-ruathar Whiggiona, by An Mangaire Súgach.  {9:8g ~ 4:|4||DC ~ 411 414}

1/14c  •  Cailín deas crúidhte na m-bó  Slow with expression    518 — Cf O’D 1850 p 82, An Bhlath Bhruinnioll, ornate setting; O’Hara GMR p 72. See 4/62e–63.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 321 321}

1/15a    An Seanduine  In marked time — Cf O’D 1850 p 96. See 2/34b Pay the reconing, 4/71.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 15 13}

1/15b    Domhnall na gréine  with spirit — Cf O’D 1850 p 160. See 4/28a.  {6:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 32 31 62 62}

1/15c    Seaghan buidhe   Lively — Cf O’D 1850 p 168.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 15 65 15 61}

1/16a    Buachaillín donn  Slow — Tunes p 9e. RIA MS 24.0.1 p 868: note by Pigot at foot of page: ‘Mr Goodman has the commonly printed setting of the paisdin fionnn  under the name of the buachaillín donn (p 16) as a slow air)’. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 31 Pastheen Fuen; Crosby Irish pp 38–39 Cushlamachree.  {6:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 112751 333222}

1/16b    Tighearna Maigheó  Slow with feeling — Tunes p 10a. Cf OFPC 2 p 10a.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8:|:  = 3x4  = 6x2 ~ 1154 5175}

1/16c    Sighle ni Ghuidhreadh  Slow — Cf OFPC 1 pp 12–13. Part copy of 4/55c.  {3:4g ~ 16||16:|:  = 8x4 ~ 133 244 133 443}

1/17a    An Draonán donn  plaintive — Cf O’D 1850 p 238.  {3:4d ~ 8||8:|:  = 4x4 ~ 336 116}

1/17b  •  K  •  Éamonn an Chnoic  plaintive  •  34 — Different version from 4/160c and Tunes p 1a. JG praises his friend Mick Riordan’s singing of this song (see UCC p [137]).  {3:4g ~ 6:|:11:|:  = 6+5+6 ~ 123 313}

1/17c    bruach na cairrge báine — Exact copy of 4/36d.  {6:8c ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 53 47}

1/17d  •  K  •  Buc Seó   With spirit    35 — Tunes p 10c (parts reversed). See O’D Miscellany pp 60–62 An buck show (words only).  {6:8c ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 77 77 36 31}

1/18a  •  K  •  Beinsín Luachra [index: Beinsinn]  Slow    36 — Tunes p10e. See 4/39a.  {Cd ~ 8||8:|:  = 4x4 ~ 3243 1153}

1/18b  •  K  •  Slurs    37

Here follows a Collection of the Dance Music of Munster, viz. jigs, Reels, & Hornpipes, written down, for the most part from the playing of Thos. Kennedy – ex piper.

N.B. In order to avoid the difficulty of doubling the low notes on the pipes, & to add to the liveliness of the quick tunes, the following hints should be carefully attended to. Nos. 1, 2, & 5 are the curls in most general use, especially no 5 which is introduced in most of the old jigs with great effect. J.G.

[Slurs 1–11 are illustrated here in musical notation. For further ‘curls’ see 4/17a.]

1/19a  •  K  •  Airgiod Caillighe    38  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 42 75 (tonic g)}

1/19b  •  K  •  Sop air an lochda  •  39 — Pipes p 40, no 104.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 34 (tonic d)}

1/19c  •  K  •  Kissing & Drinking  •  40 — Pipes p 40, no 108. Cf CRÉ 2 no 43 Gan ainm [= The hag at the churn].  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 45 15}

1/20a  •  K  •  The Humours of Jug  •  41 Pipes p 40, no 107.  {6:8g ~ =4x8:|: ~ 51 55 (tonic d)}

1/20b  •  K  •  Jackson’s Bottle of Punch  •  42 — Pipes p 40, no 106. See 4/11c.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 35 15}

1/21a  •  K  •  Down the Hills  •  43 — Pipes p 19, no 17. Cf Joyce AIM p 87 The blooming meadows (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 51 34}

1/21b  •  K  •  Cailleach sa Chúinne or, The Maid in The Parlour  •  44 — Pipes p 24, no 19.  Nearly identical to OFNIM p 28.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 34 34 (tonic g but final d)}

1/22a  •  K  •  Bachal an ghrinn or The Rake’s March  •  45 — Pipes p 28, no 58. Cf OFPC 1 p 64.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 51 (tonic g but final d)}

1/22b  •  K  •  buachaillín óg  •  46  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 77 (tonic g but final d)}

1/22c  •  K  •  Cailín an Chuic  •  47  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~31 61 31 36 (tonic g) or 6424 6462 (tonic d)}

1/23a  •  K  •  Fan mar a bhfuil tú a chladhaire  •  48  {6:8g ~ 2x8 two cadences each part|| ~ 15 15 (tonic d but final c)}

1/23b  •  K  •  The Bog of Allen  •  49  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: two cadences part 2 ~ 33 35 (tonic d but final e)}

1/23c  •  K  •  The Humours of Ceann Daibhche  [roman-gaelic]  •  50  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ (31 35 (tonic d)  or 2724 (tonic e)}

1/24a  •  K  •  Máire an Phórtair  •  51 — Cf Aird 1 p 50, no 143 Norickystie, or the wild Irishman (parts reversed); CRÉ 1 no 1 Cailleach an túirne [The maid at the spinning wheel] (parts 1 & 2 reversed).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 51 12 77}

1/24b  •  K  •  The Dairy Maid’s Wish  •  52  {6:8g ~ 8 two cadences :|: 8:|: ~ 77 51 3 5 47}

1/24c  •  K  •  Rattle the Cash  spank /speak Ma/ha//l [illegible]  •  53 — Cf Pipes p 40 no 103? pencil title illegible   {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 57 47 22}

1/25a  •  K  •  The House Maid  •  54 — Pipes p 19, no 14, UCC p [73], no 2. Cf ONMI no 719 East of Glandart. See 4/5d.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 65 15 65 32}

1/25b  •  K  •  Paddy from Cork  •  55 — Pipes p 19, no 13, UCC p [73], no 1.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 51 34 62}

1/25c  •  K  •  The Humours of Cloyne  •  56  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 43 21 43 22}

1/26a  •  K  •  Split the Whisker [l corrected from t?]  •  57  {6:8d ~ 2x8:| two cadences each part ~ 73 53 73 54}

1/26b  •  K  •  The Farmers Daughter  •  58 — Cf ONMI no 296 The peeler and the goat; POK 2 no 16.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 13 56 67}

1/26c  •  K  •  Brosnahin’s Frolic  •  59 — Perhaps ‘Broisnihan’, a travelling Kerry dancing master, see Iris 2 pp 115–16.  {6:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 55 57 55 52}

1/27a  •  K  •  My Love is in the House  •  60 {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 27 52 24}

1/27b  •  K  •  Peggy the Piper  •  61 — Pipes p 41, no 126.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 55 15 44}

1/27c  •  K  •  The New Way to Miltown  •  62 — Pipes p 41, no 124{6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 52 33 41}

1/28a  •  K  •  Doctor O’Neill  •  63 — Cf ONMI no 1106 Barney O’Neill; ONMI no 883 Young Tim Murphy.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 56 53 32}

1/28b  •  K  •  The Petticoat loose  •  64 — Pipes p 19, no 15, UCC p [73], no 3.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 32 52 51}

1/28c  •  K  •  Brandy and Whiskey  •  65 — Pipes p 41, no 1286:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 42 31 22}

1/29a  •  K  •  D’imthig an Sioc. The Frost is all gone  •  66 — See 4/57b.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 36 14 36 62}

1/29b    The Maids on the Green    519 — Cf Pipes p 31, no 82.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 16 35 35 32}

1/29c  •  K  •  The Humours of Berehaven  •  67— Part 2: see 3/103b Humours of holystone (part 1)  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 77 74 22 22}

1/30a  •  K  •  The Humours of Nedeen .i. Kenmare  •  68  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 13 23 22 (tonic g)}

1/30b  •  K  •  The Mountain Stage  •  69 — Cf Fitzmaurice 2 p 1 Mount the stage.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 52 52 52 51}

1/30c  •  K  •  An Gearraltach buidhe .i. The Kerry jig  •  70 — Pipes p 25, no 22.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 66 66 51 53}

1/31a  •  K  •  Cailleach do mharbhuidhis me  •  71 — Cf Pipes p 39, no 92{6:8g ~ 2x8:| two cadences each part ~ 71 21 22 22}

1/31b  •  K  •  The Humours of Purteen  •  72 — Pipes p 39, no 99. Part 1: cf Curtin MS no 60 What call have you to me, Ned?  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 14 54 14 52}

1/31c  •  K  •  buachaill ó’n Sliabh  •  73  {6:8d ~ 2x8||DC ~ 35 55 51 35}

1/32a  •  K  •  Three and four pence  •  74 — Pipes p 39, no 98.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 55 42 55 41}

1/32b  •  K  •  The Merry Dance  •  75 — Pipes p 31, no 86.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 66 44 66 51}

1/33a  •  K  •  Punch for The Ladies [T corrected]  •  76 — Pipes p 40, no 101.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 31 32 66}

1/33b  •  K  •  Fasten the Leg in Her  •  77  {6:8g ~ 2x8 two cadences each part|| ~ 33 51 22 36}

1/33c  •  K  •  The Tithes are all down [T of Tithes corrected]  •  78 — Pipes p 18, no 8, UCC p [72], no 21. Cf ONMI no 795 Out on the ocean.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 53 11 32}

1/34a  •  K  •  The Five pound jig.  Dia Luain ’s dia Máirt  •  79 — Pipes p 19, no 18. Cf ONMI no 708 The gold ring (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 41 41 41 47}

1/34b  •  K  •  Skin the Peeler  •  80 — Pipes p 26, no 30.  {9:8 [corrected from 6:8?] ~ 2x4:|: ~ 331 335}

1/34c    Sagart na m-buataisidhe — See 1/103 (near duplicate).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 22 27 13 72}

1/35a  •  K  •  The Black Stripper  •  81 — Pipes p 26, no 34, UCC p [73], no 7. See 3/139a Kilkenny jig.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:12:|: ~ 16 13 63 36}

1/35b  •  K  •  The House Keeper  •  82 — Pipes p 40, no 120{6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 34 54 33 34}

1/36a  •  K  •  Kiss my Wife and Welcome  •  83 — Pipes p 39, no 94.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 52 51 55 (tonic e)}

1/36b  •  K  •  Teann an Síoda  •  84 — Cf POK 3 no 80 Smash the windows. See 2/47a Smash the windows.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 12 43 24}

1/36c  •  K  •  The Humours of Ballymore  •  85 — Pipes p 25, no 25 [no name]. Ballymore was the Goodman family residence near Dingle. See 3/76a Tell her I am.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1414  55 62}

1/37a  •  K  •  The Lisburn Lasses  Reel  •  86 — Part 2: cf ONDMI no 792 The cup of tea (part 2). See 4/21b.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 3151 3142}

1/37b    The Strawberry Banks — Copy of 4/53b.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 1372 3311}

1/37c    The Railroad — Copy of 4/90c.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1163 1163}

1/38a  •  K  •  Reel  •  87 — Pipes p 18, no 7. Cf ONMI no 1310 The Fermoy lasses.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1636}

1/38b  •  K  •  The Top of the cliff  •  88 — Pipes p 30, no 70, Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 33–34 The new-mown meadows. See 1/51b The silver top (parts reversed).  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 2556 2326}

1/38c  •  K  •  The Traveller  •  89 — Pipes p 25, no 24 Country maid [JG:] ‘see OD book’. Cf ONMI no 1267 The merry sisters.  {Cd ~ 4 two cadences |8||DC ~ 5651 5152 (tonic e)}

1/39a  •  K  •  Back the change  •  90 — Pipes p 18, no 6 (varies). Cf Bremner Scots reels p 93. A version of the tune currently known as ‘The beauty spot’. Cf ‘Colonel Taylor’s reel’, from cylinder recording of piper Barney Delaney (Donnelly 1990, 12–15). See 3/162a.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5551 5527}

1/39b  •  K  •  Reel (The telegraph)  •  91 — Cf ONMI no 1553 Rolling on the ryegrass. See 2/180a, 3/108a.  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 5515 4615}

1/39c  •  K  •  The Green Pidgeon  •  92 — Pipes p 18, no 5 (varies). Cf ONMI no 1396 The four courts.  {Cg ~ 2x8||DC ~ 7275 7212}

1/40a  •  K  •  Raithinneach, a bhean bheag  •  93 — Pipes p 19, no 11.  {Cg ~ 2x8||DC ~ 1511 7477}

1/40b  •  K  •  The Humours of Fairfield  •  94 — Pipes p 25, no 21.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 2417 1224}

1/40c  •  K  •  Erins Groves  •  95 — Pipes p 19, no 16, UCC p [73], no 4. Joyce OIFMS p 361 is a copy.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 1352 1115}

1/41a  •  K  •  Lady O’Briens Reel  •  96 — Pipes p 25, no 27. Cf Ryan p 33 Honey-moon.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 3151 3315 (final a but tonic g)}

1/41b  •  K  •  Reel [JG pencil] •  97 — Pipes p 25, no 28.  {Cc ~ 4||8||DC ~ 1461 1421?}

1/41c  •  K  •  The Tinkers Frolic  •  98 — Pipes p 26, no 36, UCC p [73], no 10. Cf Ryan p 24 The jolly tinker. See 3/136d, 4/50b The jolly tinker.  {Cg ~ 2x8||DC ~ 1417 1417 (tonic b)}

1/42a  •  K  •  The Union is welcome to Ireland  •  99 — Pipes p 26, no 38. Cf Mitchell & Small PPT no 14 The Sword in hand. See 3/127b The Cork lasses.  {Cg ~ 2x8||DC ~ 1372 6336}

1/42b  •  K  •  Reel  100 — Cf Pipes p 26, no 39.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1313 2525}

1/42c  •  K  •  Miss Monaghan’s reel  •  101 — Pipes p 27, no 44. See 4/82a, 2/153b Johnny shooting in the glen, 3/159a The dandy girl, 3/179b The pretty girls of this town.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1335 4635}

1/43a  •  K  •  Betsy Baker  •  102 — Pipes p 27, no 48, UCC p [72], no 18. Cf Aird 1 p 39, no 111 Push about the jorum. See 4/53b The straw berry banks.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5372 3311}

1/43b  •  K  •  Miss Johnson  •  103 — Pipes p 31, no 83, parts reversed. Cf Pipes p 27, no 49 Miss McDonald’s  reel. See 2/162b, 3/65a, 4/121b.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 3313 1515}

1/43c  •  K  •  The Wind that shakes the Barley  •  104 — Pipes p 28, no 50.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5551 6661}

1/44a  •  K  •  Reel  •  105 — Pipes p 30, no 73 — A member of the ‘Colonel Frazer’ family? Cf DMWC no 33 The West wind. See 3/151b Frazers frolic.  {Cg [TS corrected?] ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3135 4224}

1/44b  •  K  •  Reel  •  106 — Pipes p 30, no 2. Cf ONMI no 1184 The peeler’s jacket.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1313 7243}

1/44c  •  K  •  The Ladys cup of tea  •  107 — Cf Pipes p 31, no 87 untitled; Joyce OIFMS p 35 The flurry reel; CRÉ 2 no 281 Laethanta spraoi na Cásca [Sporting days of Easter].  {Cc ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5174 5524}

1/45a    The Fairy Dance — Cf Pipes p 31, no 90; Ryan p 8; Joyce OIFMS pp 65–66.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 3333 4272}

1/45b  •  K  •  What the Devil ails you  •  108 — Cf Pipes p 39, no 93.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1122 3133  i.e. 1020 3130 (0 being crotchet rests)}

1/45c    The Devils dream [corrected  < The Devils among the Tailors] — Not Pipes p 30, no 78. Cf Lee 1801 [no] 1 The Devil among the taylors; Forde NCDs, set no 2, p 14; Westrop p 19.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5757 5764}

1/46a  •  Miss McLeods reel    520 See 4/20b, 1/189a. Different settings very common in print.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1166 3333 (tonic g, final a)}

1/46b  •  I’m over young to marry yet    521 — Pipes p 30, no 79. Cf Kerr 1 p 9.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5133 5132}

1/46c    The Soldier’s joy — Cf ONMI no 1642; Howe Omnibus p 41; Stephano p 3.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 5151 5111}

1/47a    Lord McDonalds reel — Cf Aird 4 p 7, no 17; Campbell 8 p 19; Riley 1 p 32.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5551 5122}

1/47b  •  K  •  Miss Pierce’s reel  •  109 — Pipes p 41, no 125. Cf CRÉ 3 no 150 Áine bhóidheach [Bonny Ann] (part 1).  {Cd ~ 3x4:|: ~ 3375 7175}

1/47c  •  K  •  The Honeymoon  •  110 — Pipes p 41, nos 127 and 130. Cf Kerr 2 p 17 (parts reversed).  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1661 7635}

1/48a  •  K  •  Marsáil an Fhiadh .i. The Deers March  •  111 — Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 23–24 Miss Redmond’s hornpipe; ONMI no 1593 Kit O’Mahoney’s hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3322 1141}

1/48b  •  K  •  The Kerry Lassie  •  112  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 3353 5415}

1/48c  •  K  •  The Quick reel  •  113  {Cd ~ 2x8|| barline on end of bar 9 ~ 5552 5112}

1/49a  •  K?  •  Ellen Rosenburgh  •  114 — Marked ‘K’ in index’{Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1362 1542}

1/49b    The Drummond Lasses    522 — Copy of 4/97d. Cf ONDMI no 673; Riley 1 p 2 Duvil’s hornpipe; CRÉ 4 no 144 Ríl Leaicí [Lackey’s reel], parts reversed.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1353 1372}

1/49c  •  K  •  Johnny is gone to France  •  115 — Pipes p 41, no 121{Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5453 2454}

1/49d  •  K  •  The Basket of Oysters  •  116  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 7571 7531}

1/50a  •  K  •  The Yeomen’s reel  •  117  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3154 2724}

1/50b    The Green Wood Lasses    523 — Part 2: cf ONMI no 1480 The maid of Athlone (part 2), currently known as ‘The enchanted lady’.  {2:4g ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 6351 6362}

1/50c    The Kilkenny Hunt    524 — Cf Robert Petrie 2 p 3 Honble Mrs Maule’s Reel; Kerr 3 p 12 Sheep shanks; ONMI no 1500 The linen cap. See 3/136b Reel.    {2:4g ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 1535 2462}

1/51a  •  The Steam Packet    525 — Cf Pipes p 31, no 81 [JG:] see OD book. See 3/110c The morning star.  {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 3331 3616}

1/51b  •  K  •  The Silver Top  •  118 — Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 33–34 The new-mown meadows (parts reversed); ONMI no 1367 The threepenny bit. See 1/38b The top of the cliff.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3565 2326}

1/51c  •  K  •  Tare the Calico  •  119 — Cf ONMI no 1410 The maids of Mitchellstown.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 1524 5454}

1/52a  •  K  •  The Highlanders Kneebuckle  •  120  {2:4d ~ 4 two cadences :|8|| ~ 3565 3522 (tonic d)}

1/52b  •  K  •  The Bride’s to Bed  •  121 — Cf Ryan p 58 Cheese it; ONMI no 1548 Corney is coming. See 4/89c (nearly identical) 3/106c My love is in America{Cd ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5113 7342}

1/52c    Weel/ Well [?] may the Keel row — Cf gnp p 150; Kerr 1 p 19; Kerr 3 p 12; Forde 300 NM 1 p 28.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3142 3125}

1/53a    The Ferry Point    526 — Part 1: See 1/189d I’ll gang nae mair to yon town, 2/158b, 3/153a.  {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 1131 3142}

1/53b    The Bonnie Lads of Scotland [B corrected] — Cf Aird 2 p 45, no 122; Aird 4 p 26, no 64, Aird 6 p 28, no 72; Ryan p 30. See near duplicate at 3/107b.  {2:4d ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3165 4522}

1/53c    Let no body see you — Copy of 4/19a.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 7131 2275}

1/54  Hornpipes [Heading]

1/54a  •  K  •  Nelsons Hornpipe  •  122  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5635 1213}

1/54b  •  K  •  Fitzgeralds Hornpipe  •  123 — Cf ONMI no 1713 Corney Drew’s hornpipe; Fitzgerald MS p 120; (Perhaps the ‘Gearaltach’ fiddler and dancing master mentioned in Iris 2 p 118).  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1113 6515}

1/54c    Blanchards Hornpipe — Cf Aird 4 p 37, no 92; Kerr’s collection p 28 Sailor’s hornpipe. See 4/59c.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1345 3345}

1/55a    The Stage Hornpipe — Cf Kerr’s collection p 28 Hornpipe. See 4/59a Richers hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1117 2511}

1/55b    McNeile’s Hornpipe — Cf Kerr’s collection p 28 Jacky Tar. See 4/80a, 1/145b The college hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1115 3113}

1/55c    Murphys Hornpipe — Copy of 4/59e. See 4/18a and its copy 1/57b.  {Cd ~ 4 two cadences ||8:|: ~ 1515 2224}

1/56a    The Pullet (Hornpipe) — Cf Kerr 1 p 35.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 1661 5551}

1/56b    The Liverpool Hornpipe — Copy of 4/60a.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3312 4316}

1/56c    Ross’s Hornpipe — Copy of 4/60b.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1133 6716}

1/57a    Duval’s Hornpipe — Copy of 4/59b (part 2 bar 8: notes 1–4 wrongly transcribed, should be CBAG).  {Cg ~ 8:|:12:|: ~ 1134 1134}

1/57b    Hornpipe — Copy of 4/18a.  {Cd ~ 3x8:|: ~ 1515 1325}

1/58a  •  K  •  The Dublin Hornpipe  •  124 — Pipes p 27, no 46, UCC p [73], no 8. — Cf ONMI no 1596 The slipper hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1276 3211 [?]}

1/58b  •  K  •  Fountains Hornpipe. Miss Lacey’s    125 — Pipes p 18, no 4. Cf Amateurs companion p 1 Enrico; Trim Hardy no 13 Jacob or Enrico. See 1/195b The jockey hornpipe (part 1).  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1311 5535}

1/58c  •  K  •  Hanley’s Hornpipe  •  126  Part 1: see 3/98c Hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3535 1765}

1/59a  •  K  •  Hartneys Hornpipe ie O’Lyne’s March  •  127  {Cg ~ 8:|:16:|: ~ 5111 5112}

1/59b    O’Farrell’s Hornpipe — Cf OFNIM 39.  {Cd ~ 3x8:|: ~ 3112 2663}

1/60a    The Cuckoo’s Nest .i. An Spealadóir    527 — Copy of 4/39c.  {Cg ~ 3x8:|: ~ 4213 7445}

1/60b    Dwyers Hornpipe — near copy of 4/131d The Waterford hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 3x8:|: ~ 3112 7552}

1/61a  •  Virginia Hornpipe    528 — Not the same as Pipes p 29, no 65.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1535 6615}

1/61b    New York Hornpipe    529 — Pipes p 29, no 64  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1515 1535}

1/61c  •  The Jockeys Hornpipe    530 — Pipes p 29, no 66. Cf Ryan p 191 Thunder hornpipe; ONMI no 1586 (1st setting). See 4/121a Ivorys hornpipe (part 1).  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1111 3313}

1/62a  •  K  •  The Newcastle Hornpipe  •  128  Cf Ryan p 74 Parry’s hornpipe; Kidson p 25 The Kirkgate hornpipe (2nd version) from a MS c. 1820. Another 1818 MS used by Kidson has the tune as the ‘Newcastle’.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 6665 4446}

1/62b–63  •  K  •  Sport & Pleasure  •  129  {Cc ~ 8:|:8:|:8:|:16||DC ~ 5134 5232}

1/63  •  K  •  Spenser’s Hornpipe  •  130  {Cd ~ 5x8:|: ~ 3237 3115}

1/64a  •  K  •  Charlie is welcome home  •  131 Cf ONMI no 1579 The Wicklow hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 6513 5575}

1/64b  •  K  •  Dickey Gossip  •  132 — Cf Joyce MS 3 p 280, tune 835; Ryan p 190 Jaunting car (part 1).  {Cg (part 1), d (part 2) ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1125 1451}

1/64c  •  K  •  The Steamboat  •  133 — Pipes p 28, no 54.  Cf ONMI no 1603 The harvest home (part 1).  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1313 1316}

1/65a  •  K  •  The Jockey thro’ the Fair  •  134  {6:8d ~ 8:|:14:|: ~ 13 55 41 22}

1/65b    The Humours of Bandon  (see other side) — See 1/66a.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:13:|: ~ 51 27}

1/66a  •  K  •  The Humours of Bandon  •  135 — See 1/91c Jerry’s rambles, 2/145b The humours of Listivain, 3/154b An t-seanbean sultmhar, 3/221c The jolly old woman.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:16:|: ~ 51 27}

1/66b  •  K  •  The Humours of Ballinanty  •  136  {Cd ~ 8:|:16:|: ~ 1131 2155 (tonic d)}

1/67a  •  K  •  Tino Tanto  •  137  — Bars 1–2: see 1/70a Hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 16:|:16|| ~ 5313 5313 (tonic g)}

1/67b  •  K  •  The Roving Siuler  •  138 — See 2/63c Trip it with the roving shiuler (different setting).  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1131 1376}

1/68a  •  The Flowers of Edinburgh  •  531 — Common in print. JG’s incipit is unusual.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1511 3542}

1/68b  •  K  •  Hornpipe  •  139 — Pipes p 25, no 23.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1116 5656 (tonic g but finals d)}

1/68c    Bony over the Alps [A corrected  < a] — Copy of  4/65d.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3212 7772}

1/69a    Jackson’s Hornpipe — Copy of  4/13b.  {Cd ~ 3x8:|: ~ 1533 2216}

1/69b  •  K?  •  An Stáicín eórnadh  •  140 — Marked ‘K’ in index. Cf O’D 1850 p 250, identical but 2:4 time. See 3/91b Kerin’s frolic, especially part 1.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 6635 2223}

1/69c  •  Jack Crumpe    532  {Cc ~ 2x4:|: ~ 3311 5151}

1/70a  •  Hornpipe    533   — Bars 1–2: see 1/67a Tino Tanto.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5313 5312}

1/70b  •  Hornpipe    534  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3376 6165}

1/70c  •  K  •  The Drunken Gauger  •  141 — Cf ONMI no 1041 The angry peeler.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 51 32 22}

1/71a  •  K  •  Trim the velvet  •  142  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 22 32 11}

1/71b  •  K  •  Foxy Mary  •  143  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ 56 56 56 53 (tonic g) or 43 43 43 42 (tonic a)}

1/71c  •  Reel    535 {[4:4g] ~ 2x4|| two cadences each part|~ 11 65 51 32}

1/72  •  K  •  Chorus jig (Jackson’s)  •  144  {6:8d ~ 8:|: 8 two cadences ||5x8:|: ~ 51 54 51 56}

1/73a  •  K  •  Green Sleaves  •  145 — Pipes p 39, no 95.  {6:8g ~ 5x8:|: ~ 73 42 31 41}

1/73b  •  K  •  The Turnpike way  •  146  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 365 367}

1/74a    The Drogheda jig — Part copy of 3/114.  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 11 14 11 12}

1/74b  •  K  •  The Yellow wattle  •  147  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 11 11 11 14}

1/75a  •  K  •  Timothy Doyle  •  148  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 34 14 14 62}

1/75b  •  K  •  Cnocán an Teampuill .i. Church hill  •  149 — See 1/267d Allisdrum’s march (part v).  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 7554 7554 (tonic d) rather than 31 17 31 17 (tonic a)}

1/76a  •  K  •  Bean an leanna  •  150 — Tunes p 11.  {3:4g ~ 8||16|| ~ 616 544}

1/76b  •  K  •  “A réir as mé ag machdnamh air bheartaibh an t-saoghail” [2nd title in pencil:]  •  B’fhearr leigean dóibh    151 — Tunes p 11.  {3:4d [3 illegible] ~ 16||16||  = 4x8  = 8x4 ~ 352 113}

1/77a  •  K  •  Prince Eugene  •  152. The last four bars marked ‘2nd time’ are written in the space at the end of 1/76a.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1612 4232}

1/77b  •  K  •  Oh [italics] Bhean an tighe  •  153 Tunes p 12.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3355 5564}

1/77c  •  K  •  The Wounded Hussar  •  154 — See 1/100b Captain O’Cain.  {3:4g ~ 8:|:16  = 2x8:|: ~ 511 321}

1/78a  •  K  •  Mary Neil  •  155  {Cg ~ 16  = 8+$ 8:| $ ~ 6513 4565

1/78b  •  K  •  Pilip an Cheóig  •  156 — See 3/39b.  {9:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 227 227  (tonic g)}

1/78c  •  K  •  Pol [index: PollRuaidh  •  157 — Cf CRÉ 4 no 31 Gan ainm [no name] (from Stephen Grier MS).  {9:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 126 124}

1/79a  •  K  •  Peggys Dream  •  158 — Pipes p 40, no 105.  {Cd ~ 4x8:|: ~ 3242 1553}

1/79b    This Earth is our Planet — Cf Moore 1818 no 7 song 11 They may rail at this life. See 2/1b, 4/29e.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 35}

1/80a  •  K  •  “Open the Door for three [”]  •  159 — Pipes p 27, no 43. Cf Holden CFIA p 23.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 132 134}

1/80b  •  K  •  Slip jig  •  160 — Pipes p 27, no 42. Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p1 Irish jig; ONDMI no 452 Last night’s fun (part 1).  {9:8c ~ 4:|:8||DC [dots deleted? after part 2] ~ 522 621}

1/80c  •  Sir Roger De Coverly    536 — Pipes p 29, no 68. Cf Stephano p 12. See 4/154a.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 115 227}

1/81a  •  K  •  Sir Raymonds Frolic  •  161 — Pipes p 31, no 88. Cf ONMI no 1160 Up and down again.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 166 162}

1/81b  •  K  •  Slip jig  •  162 — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 1 Irish jig (especially part 2); Joyce AIM p 7 Hop jig{9:8d ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 531 613}

1/81c    The Fox Hunters jig — Duplicate of 1/257b.  {9:8g ~ 3x4:|: ~ 354 352}

1/82a  •  K  •  Spatter the Dew  •  16{9:8g ~ 4:|:4 two cadences :| ~ 331 335}

1/82b  •  K  •  The Rocky Road [R of Rocky corrected?]  •  164 — Cf Citizen Nov 1841, tune no 39.  9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 541 512}

1/82c  •  K  •  Ride a Mile  •  165 — Not Pipes p 30, no 77 — See 3/143a.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 517 135}

1/83a  •  K  •  Sean bhean críona an dranntáin  •  166 — Tunes pp 11c, 12b; for different settings see 4/158 and O’D 1850 p 64. See 1/93a When the cock crows it is day.  {6:8g ~ 8 two cadences ||8:|: ~ 36 31 36 44}

1/83b  •  K  •  Kiss The Widow  •  167 — Pipes p 24, no 20. Cf OFPC 1 pp 62–63 Mullowney’s jigg; ONDMI no 11 Malowney’s wife.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 55 43 42}

1/83c  •  K  •  Nothing in Life can sadden us  •  168 — Pipes p 28, no 52.  {6:8g ~ | $ 8:|:8|| $ DC ~ 32 11 65 32}

1/84a  •  K  •  Captain Rock  •  169 — Pipes p 28, no 51 Paideen Ruadh.  {Cd ~ 8||8:|: ~ 3324 1147}

1/84b    Carolans Receipt — Cf OFNIM  p 27; gnp p 61; Holden ISQT 1 p 23; See 4/124a.  {Cg ~ 8||16||  = 6x4 ~ 6442 6111}

1/85a  •  Farewell to Whiskey    537 — Cf Pipes p 30, no 76; Alburger 109–110 Niel Gow’s farewell to whiskey.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 16 53 53 (4 bars) rather than 5532 1161 (2 bars)}

1/85b  •  K  •  Norah Daly  •  170 — Pipes p 28, no 53.  {6:8g ~ 2x8||DC ~ 33 22 11 51}

1/85c  •  K  •  The Joys of Wedlock  •  171 — Pipes p 28, no 55.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 15 35 72}

1/86a    Paddy from London    538 — Cf ONMI no 1094 Miss Casey (part 1).  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 54 54 37}

1/86b  •  K?  •  An Crúisgín lán    172 — Marked ‘K’ in index. Cf Surenne SI p 153 at start.  {[C]g ~ 10  = 4+$ 4+2|| $ ~ 5132 4215}

1/86c  •  The Black joke  •  539 — Cf OFPC 2 p 92; Clementi’s variations.  {6:8g ~ 12||10|| 2x6 +2+2+6 ~ 51 22 33 22}

1/87a  •  Drunk at Night & dry in the Morning  •  540 — Cf OFNIM p 19; OFPC 1 p 59.  {6:8g ~ 8||10||8:|:, i.e. 4  = 4||10||4  = 4 tailpiece ~ 35 62 35 61}

1/87b  •  K  •  My Heart with love is breaking  •  173 — Cf ONMI no 1433 Lord Gordon’s reel. See 1/260b Waterloo.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5353 5354 (tonic d) or perhaps 7575 7576 (tonic b)}

1/88a  •  The Orange Rogue    541 — Cf ONDMI no 978  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8||DC 8||DC ~ 17 33 57 33 (tonic e) or 65 11 35 11 (tonic g)}

1/88b  •  The High cauled Cap    542 — Cf O’D 1850 p 40.  {2:4d ~ 8:|:16||DC ~ 3453 1374}

1/89a  •  The Alexander jig [T corrected]  •  543  — Cf CRÉ 5 no 5 Máirseáil Alasdroim [Alexander’s march].  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|:DC ~ 11 13 11 11}

1/89b  •  jig  •  544 — Cf CRÉ 2 no 62 Fáilte roimh Ó Conaill sa bParlaimint [O’Connell’s welcome to Parliament] (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 35 33 33}

1/89c  •  The Third Buffs March  •  545 — Cf gnp p 7; Aird 6 pp 72–73, no 177 Dorset-shire march.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3153 1531}

1/90a    Waltz — Part 1: cf Kerr 1 p 51 Elfin waltz; Alexander’s scrap book new series vol 7 p 42; Howe Omnibus p 35.  {3:4g ~ 2x16:|: ~ 513 442 146 666}

1/90b    Arabys Daughter — Cf MS 7348 p 102; Mooney 1, p 542; Howe Musician’s  companion 2 p 4; ONMI no 305.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 33 23}

1/90c  •  K  •  To Cashell I’ll go  •  174  — An elaborate setting of the jig ‘Tatterjack Walsh’. Cf Ryan p 142. See 4/19d. {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 77 54 53}

1/91a    “The Bold Soger Boy” — Song by Samuel Lover: cf MS 7348 p 127; O’Flanagan HC p 30; Howe NVWM p 97; Lover 1853 p 169 (words only).  {Cg ~ 3517 2131}

1/91b    The Blind Mans Bride — Cf MS 7348 p 127; Cowell.  {Cc ~ 20||  = 5x4 ~ 5555 1111}

1/91c    Jerrys RamblesOFNIM p 18. See 1/66a The humours of Bandon.  {6:8c ~ 2x10  = 4+4+2:|: ~ 51 27}

[The following tunes from O’Farrell are marked ‘O’F’ by JG in the margin]

1/92a    O’F    Apples in WinterOFNIM p 22. Cf ONMI no 1110 Gillan’s apples.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 13 33}

1/92b    O’F    Planxty Connor — OFNIM p 22.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 17 61}

1/93a    O’F    When the Cock crows it is dayOFNIM pp 20–21. See 1/83a Sean bhean críona an dranntáin.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 34 11}

1/93b    O’F    Diversion Everywhere — Cf OFNIM p 28 Round the world for sport. See different version at 4/120a.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 15}

1/94a    O’F    The Lads of TipperaryOFNIM p 29. See 2/36b The lads of Tipperary, 3/94a Malichi Daly.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 16 55}

1/94b    O’F    Yellow Stockings — OFNIM p 29.  {9:8g ~ 3x4:|: ~ 111 117}

1/94c    O’F    Humours of Toddy — OFNIM p 35.  {6:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 75 32}

1/95a    O’F    Stad ero Roguire, Stad, Stad! [roman, gaelic, JG pencil:] (Sighle an da Mhannga) — OFNIM p 36.  {6:8a ~ 4x8|| ~ 12 44}

1/95b    O’F    Rothe Murchus’s Rant — Cf OFNIM p 41. See 2/150a The maid in danger.  {Cc ~ 3x4:|: 8||DC ~ 2224 7575 (tonic e) or 3335 1616 (tonic d)}

1/96a    O’F    We’ll all take Coach & trip it away — OFNIM p 38. Cf ONMI no 1000 The old grey goose. See 3/88c Humours of Millstreet (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 5x8:|: ~ 32 31 32 27}

1/96b    O’F    Johnny O’SheaOFNIM p 135.  {9:8f ~ 2x4:|: ~ 663 666}

1/97a    O’F    O’Farrells welcome to LimerickOFNIM pp 38–39.  {9:8d ~ 6x4:|: ~ 357 654}

1/97b    O’F    The Humours of BallymanusOFNIM p 50. Cf OFPC 1 pp 38–39.  {9:8d ~ 6x4:|: ~ 555 556}

1/98a    O’F    Cuma liom with variations [all roman] — OFNIM p 42. See 1/182 A bh-fuilleann tú ad chodladh aro Mháire{9:8d ~ 7x4:|: ~ 533 534}

1/98b    O’F    The Munster piperOFNIM p 40.  {Cd ~ 3x4:|: ~ 1531 2762}

1/99a    O’F    The Silver MinesOFNIM p 46.  {6:8d ~ 5x8:|: ~ 55 55}

1/99b    O’F    Humphy [sic] ClinkerOFNIM p 152. (Hero of a picaresque novel by Tobias Smollett, The expedition of Humphrey Clinker).  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3535 1664

1/100a    O’F    The little house under the hillOFNIM pp 48–49. See 3/40a — 41. Differs from 2/14c.  {12:8d ~ 6x4:|: ~ 5555 5544}

1/100b    O’F    Captain O’CainOFNIM p 45. See 1/77c The wounded huzzar.  {6:8c ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 53 27}

1/101a  •  K  •  jig    175 — Part 2: cf Aird 1 p 68, no 196 Irish lilt (part 2). See 3/130c The top of Cork road (part 2).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 13 13 22}

1/101b  •  K  •  jig  (Paddy mc Fadden mhic Phawdeen) [?]  •  176 — See 2:4 setting at 3/132c Scotch lilt (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 57 47 24}

1/101c  •  K  •  brísdín bréide [i corrected in bréide]  •  177 — Cf ONMI no 880 The Killeshandra lasses. See 4/77c Bachelor’s walk.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 53 22 62 (tonic g but final e)}

1/102a    Morgan Rattler — Pipes p 39, no 96. Cf Kinloch 1 p 41 (parts 1 & 3). See 2/172c Jacksons Banner Banogher.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 52 31}

1/102b  •  K  •  The Sweet Briar (Coigeálín cobharthach)  •  178 — Pipes p 31, no 89{6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 16 33 16 52}

1/102c  •  The Lads of the town    546 — Pipes p 26, no 35, UCC p [73], no 9. Cf Pigot MS p 814: one of three tunes in ‘Mr Goodman’s setting’. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 42 The banks of Glenoe. Part 2: cf Ryan p 113 Connaught-man’s ramble (part 2).  {6:8c [TS corrected] ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 7377 73 14}

1/103a    Nancy Dawson — Cf Aird 1 p 40, no 112; Edin repos music 3 p 88; Lynch p 34.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 51 22 27}

1/103b  •  K  •  Seaghan Stail  •  179 — Pipes p 19, no 12, UCC p [72], no 20.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 12 31 72}

1/103c  •  Sagairt na m-buatuisidhe [or tais?]    547 — Pipes p 28, no 57. Cf Aird 1 p 14, no 124 The parson in his boots; Ryan p 102 The priest in his boots. See 1/34 (near duplicate).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 22 27 13 72}

1/104a  •  Reel    548 — Cf Pipes p 18, no 2.  {2:4 [read C]d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 16 13 16 75 (4 bars)}

1/104b  •  Polka   549 — Cf Pipes p 18, no 3 Waltz (2:4 time); CRÉ 3 no 68 Tá boinéad agam [I have a bonnet trimmed with blue]. See 1/162b Russian krakoviak.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 74 53 54 13 (4 bars) rather than 7744 5333 (2 bars)}

1/104c  •  Waltz    550 — Cf Pipes p 25, no 29; Hamilton HUT 1 p 70 Beneditta sia la madre. Venetian air.  {3:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 556 313}

1/105a    Leather away with the Wattle O! — Cf O’D 1850 p 192.  {2:4d ~ 8||8:|: ~ 1635 1113}

1/105b    Toirdhealbhach láidir — Cf OFPC 2 p 136; O’D 1850 p 248. Although it is obviously from print, Pigot includes it as one of three tunes in ‘Mr Goodman’s setting’ (Pigot MS p 814).  {9:8d ~ 3x4:|: ~ 345 346}

1/105c  •  Humours of Flip    551 — Pipes p 26, no 31 ARDGROOM. Cf ONMI no 1320 Trim the velvet (part 1).  {Cg ~ | $ 2x8|| [no repeat of $] ~ 1343 1347}

1/106a  •  K  •  The Banks of the Suir  Slow    180  {3:4g ~ 6||12  = 6+6|| ~ 166 612 651}

1/106b  •  Bang it up  •  552  {Cg ~ 8||4:|: ~ 3131 5327}

1/106c  •  Peter street Dance    553 — Cf Pipes p 26, no 37. See 1/215b, 4/48b.  {Cg ~ 2x8||DC ~ 1353 1176}

1/107a  •  K  •  Paddy Heagerty’s Leather breeches    181 — Pipes p 29, no 62 Téid Pheadair{6:8g ~ 8||8:|: ~ 11 52 34 11}

1/107b  •  The Limerick Waltz    554 — Pipes p 31, no 84. Part 1: cf Roche 3 p 50, no 151 The barnacle.  {3:4c ~ 3x8:|: ~ 555 111}

1/107c  •  A pantomime jig  •  555 — Pipes p 31, no 85 Clowns jig.  {6:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 55 23 55 41}

1/108a  •  Quadrille    556 — Pipes p 39, no 100. {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 33 75 25}

1/108b  •  Waltz  •  557 — Pipes p 40, no 102.  {3:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 533 155}

1/108c    Waltz — Non-traditional.  {3:4d ~ 8:|:16  = 8+8||DC ~ 333 135}

1/109a    Paddy O’Carroll — Very common in print in similar settings. Cf Kerr’s collection p 31.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 33 11 22}

1/109b    Flora McIvor’s Reel — Cf Hodson Highland Quadrilles (JM 5580, last item).  {Cg ~ 4:|:4||DC ~ 1366 1542}

1/109c  •  Waltz    558 — Pipes p 27, no 45 Waltz (Sley Head); UCC [p 72], no 12 Sleibh Head.  {3:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 136 462}

1/110a    Haste to the Wedding — Cf Aird 1 p 30, no 84 Rural felicity; Kerr’s new violin tutor p 23. See 2/16b.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 23}

1/110b    Trip to the Cottage — Cf Hime 1809 no 1, p 4. See 3/180a Dubhairt sí go bhfaghain (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 42}

1/110c  •  K  •  The Bungalow jig  •  182 — Cf P-S no 962 (copy? of JG).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 47 33 41}

1/111a  •  Quick Step  •  559  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 65 11 32}

1/111b    Quick Step — Non-traditional.  {6:8d ~ | $ 8:|:8|| $ DC ~ 11 11 42 72}

1/111c  •  Indeed then, you sha’nt!!    560 — Cf Ryan p 155 (parts reversed).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 62 43 62 41}

[The items below (from 1/112a down to 1/137b intermittedly) copied from Levey have ‘L’ or ‘L.’ in the left-hand margin in the MS.

1/112a    L    Apples in Winter — Levey 1 no 2. Cf Kerr 1 p 34.  {2:4c ~ 4:|:8|| ~  5353 7777 (tonic a?) or 2727 5555 (tonic d)}

1/112b    L    Moll in the Wad — Levey 1 no 5. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 18.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 64 24}

1/112c    L    Strawberry beds — Levey 1 no 7. {2:4g ~ 2x8||DC ~ 5231 3331}

1/113a    L    Trip it up Stairs — Levey 1 no 6. See 2/55b.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 13 27}

1/113b    L    The Kinnigad [gal?] Slashers — Cf Levey 1 no 83 (parts 1 & 2); OFPC 3 p 31.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 11 55}

1/114a  •  K  •  Úr chlann na mná ó’n sliabh  •  183Words pp 98–99 ‘A Righ dhil na ngrás dfullaing péin agus páis’; Tunes p 11a.  {Cg ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 1121 5555}

1/114b  •  K  •  Hurry the jug  •  184  {6:8g ~ 8:|:16:|: ~ 13 52 72 42 (tonic e, final g)}

1/114c  •  K  •  Shéamuis a mhaoin  •  185Words pp 92–93 ‘A Shéamuis a chroidhe, nó ’n truadh leat mar bhím’; Tunes p 112e.  {3:4]g ~ 8  = 4x2:|: ~ 111 333}

1/115a  •  K  •  Humours of Brandy (Jackson)  •  186  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 52 22 15 22}

1/115b  •  K  •  Lady of the Lake  •  187 — Cf Ryan p 143 Billy the barber shaved his father.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 61 31 35}

1/116a  •  K  •  ‘Pass the joram’ or ‘Bunach, a bhuachaillidhe’    188  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 55 15 52}

1/116b  •  K  •  ‘Caravat’ jig  •  189 — Cf Roche 1  p 42, nos 95 & 96 Donnybrook fair, or The boys from the lough.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 12 35 31 26}

1/116c  •  K  •  Far away wedding  •  190 — Cf Curtin MS no 17. Part 1: cf Aird 1 p 62, no 181 The wrights rant. The stool of repentance.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3535 4636}

1/117a  •  K  •  Jackson’s Family  •  191  {6:8g ~ 8:|:14:|:8:|:10:|: ~ 3414 3411}

1/117b  •  K  •  Round the world for sport  •  192 — See 3/80c.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 33 56 21}

1/118a  •  K  •  Tadhg an dá bheisd  •  193  {[6:8]d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 15 55 74 (tonic e)}

1/118b  •    The green gown  •  194  {Cd ~ 10  = 2x2 $ 3x2:| $ ~ 1465 2220}

1/118c    Michl Delany — Cf Weippert NCD 3 no 18 Murphy Delaney.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 13 11 27}

1/119a    L    Doyle’s Frolic — Levey 1 no 9.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 51}

1/119b    L    Irish Air — Levey 1 no 12.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 13}

1/119c    L    jig — Levey 1 no 14. See 4/61a Money in both pockets (parts 1 & 2).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 55}

1/120a    L    jig — Levey 1 no 15. Cf Aird 5 p 39, no 103 Ligrum cus, Irish; ONWSGM no 105. {6:8g ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 55 31 55 61}

1/120b    L    Dublin Streets — Levey 1 no 19.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 355 244}

1/120c    L    The Rambling Pitchfork — Levey 1 no 21.  {6:8f ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 75 (tonic d) or 13 53 (tonic f?)}

1/121a    L    The New “Found out” — Levey 1 no 20.  {2:4d ~ | $ 2x8|| $ DC ~ 5335 4616}

1/121b    L    Up stairs in a tent [JG pencil?:] Sally tye my bonnet — Levey 1 no 22.  {2:4g ~ 4 two cadences ||8||DC ~ 2276 2231}

1/121c    L    Kitty’s Wishes — Levey 1 no 24. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 381 The star of Munster.  {2:4c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3127 1575}

1/122a    L    Molly Brallaghan — Levey 1 no 26.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 4534 2226}

1/122b    Judy Brallaghan — Cf Levey 1 no 111 Blewit’s jig; Power 1811 p 2; ONMI no 1145 Barney Brallaghan.  {9:8d ~ 3x4:|: ~ 355 351}

1/122c  •  L [K?]  •  The Green fields of Erin  •  195 — Marked ‘K’ in index but ‘L’ in margin. Cf Levey 1 no 74.  {2:4g ~ 4 two cadences ||8||DC ~ 1353 2274 (tonic a)}

1/123a    L    Will you take a flutter — Levey 1 no 76. Cf Clinton Gems no 192 Will you take a titther.  {Cg ~ 4||8  = 4+4||DC ~ 3130 6243}

1/123b    L    Rakes of Irishmen — Levey 1 no 78. Cf Holden CFIA p 30.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 55  65 22}

1/123c    L    Patricks pot — Levey 1 no 80. Cf Clinton Gems no 151.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 17}

cois f 1/124a    L    The Beesom — Levey 1 no 81.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 354 354}

1/124b    L    The Galway Reel — Levey 1 no 82. {2:4c ~ 2x4|| two cadences both parts ~ 7275 5115 (tonic d)

1/124c    L    Reel — Levey 1 no 85. Cf Kerr 1 p 35 The hare’s foot; ONMI no 1296 Jim Kennedy’s favourite. See 3/163b The lowlands of Scotland.  {2:4g ~ 4 two cadences :|:8||DC ~ 3357 5751 (tonic e)}

1/125a    L    The Langstern pony [y corrected  < e] — Levey 1 no 86.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 37 72}

1/125b    L    Marry the piper girls — Levey 1 no 97.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 4455 4414 (tonic d) or 11 22 11 51 (tonic g)}

1/125c    L    jig — Levey 1 no 98. Cf ONMI no 1049 Felix the wrestler.  {6:8a ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 51}

1/126a    L    Kissing and Drinking. — Levey 1 no 91.  {6:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 31 61}

1/126b    L    Jig — Levey 1 no 92. Cf ONMI no 1144 Ellen O’Grady.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 556 556}

1/126c    L [?]    The Miners of Wicklow  •  561 — Cf Levey 1 no 25.  {6:8d ~ | $ 8 two cadences ||16|| $ DC ~ 35 15 62 51}

1/127a    L    Strap [sic] the Razor — Levey 1 no 32.  {6:8g ~ |! $ 2x8:|: no 2nd $ ~ 23 27}

1/127b   L    Kitty in the Lane — Levey 1 no 35.  {2:4d ~ 4 two cadences :|8|| ~ 1576 4276}

1/127c    L    The Teetotallers Reel — Levey 1 no 41; Kerr 1 p 35.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1113 5652}

1/128a    L    Jack in the Green — Levey 1 no 34.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 116 227}

1/128b    L    Jig — Levey 1 no 36. Cf ONMI no 1141 Silvermore.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 134 132}

1/128c    L    The House in the Corner — Levey 1 no 37. Cf Aird p 25, no 63 The hare in corn: ONMIno 758 The absent minded man.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 13}

1/129a    L    The Humours of Cork — Levey 1 no 38. Cf OFPC 3 p 9.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 12}

1/129b    L    Miss Brady — Levey 1 no 42.  {2:4g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1355 7722}

1/129c    L    Saddle the Pony — Levey 1 no 43. Cf  Joyce OIFMS p 841 The housemaid (parts reversed); ONMI no 719 East at Glandart (parts reversed).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 55}

1/129d    L    Who’ll come fight in the Snow [S corrected  < sl?] — Levey 1 no 68. Cf Clinton Gems no 197.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 133 134}

1/130a   L    Coming thro the Field — Levey 1 no 47; — Cf ONMI no 1266 Miss Thornton’s reel. See 3/66a A reel  Down the street, 3/128a, 3/165c Lady Caroline Bligh’s reel.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|:DC ~ 1313 4245}

1/130b    L    The Beer Drinker — Levey 1 no 46. Cf ONMI no 1108 Paddy go easy.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 13 53 13 52}

1/130c    L    The Piper’s maggot — Levey 1 no 50. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 21; Weippert NCD 2 no 26.  {9:8c ~ 2x4:|: ~ 315 316}

1/131a    L    Thady’s Wattle [illegible, pencil?:] ‘—’Ken–dy [?] — Levey 1 no 52. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 5; Weippert NCD 2 no 9.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 1335 4461}

1/131b    L    Slack the rags — Levey 1 no 53 Stack the rags.  {6:8f ~ 8:|:16||DC ~ 41 51}

1/131c    L    Rowdledum — Levey 1 no 57.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 117 133}

1/132a    L    The Bag of praties — Levey 1 no 56. Cf Kerr 1/22.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1115 7765}

1/132b    L    Jig — Levey 1 no 57.  {6:8g ~ 8 two cadences :|8:|: ~ 52 65}

1/132c    L    Miss Hamiltons reel — Levey 1 no 59.  {2:4f ~ 2x8|: ~ 3735 7524}

1/132d    L    The unfortunate cup of Tea (reel) — Levey 1 no 69. Cf Howe 500 p 97.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5335 3553}

1/133a    L    The Bunch of Currants — Levey 1 no 60. See 3/189c The brisk young lad (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 42}

1/133b    L    Fagan — Levey 1 no 25. Cf Clinton Gems no 140.  {6:8f ~ 2x8:|: ~ 16 36}

1/133c    L    Irish Lilt — Levey 1 no 63. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 3.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 31 32}

1/134a    L    An Irish Troll — Levey 1 no 66. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 1 Irish Trott.  {6:8c ~ 2x4:|: ~ 24 24}

1/134b    L    Captain Paddy — Levey 1 no 79. Cf Holden CFIA p 29.  {Cf ~ 2x4:|: ~ 6311 6322}

1/134c    L    Jig — Levey 1 no 67.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 165 627}

1/134d    L    The Humours of Mullin-a-fannia [sic] — Levey no 70. See 4/4d [Jackson’s] Cogue in the morning.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 32}

1/135a    L    The Whigsborough Hunt — Levey 1 no 71.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 351 627}

1/135b    L    Skiver the quilt — Levey 1 no 72. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 36.  {6:8f ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 44}

1/135c    L    Cork city — Levey 1 no 73.  {9:8f ~ 2x4:|: ~ 531 516}

1/136a    L    Conemara jig — Levey 1 no 100.  {9:8d ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 531 627}

1/136b    L    Hornpipe — Levey 1 no 102. Cf ONDMI no 786 Over the moor to Maggie.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1133 1642}

1/136c    L    The Merry Harriers — Levey 1 no 103.  {6:8]f ~ 8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ 13 11}

1/137a    L    Jig — Levey 1 no 15. Cf Aird  5 p 39, no 103 Ligrum cus, Irish.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 31}

1/137b    L    The Connoughtman — Levey 1 no 55.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 76}

1/137c    Welcome Home (Jackson) — Copy of 4/3b.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 16 53 16 52}

[The items below (from 1/138a down to 1/156a) copied from Colclough have ‘C’ or ‘C.’ in the left-hand margin in the MS.

1/138a    C    Waltz — Colclough p 14.  {3:8g ~ 2x8:|:16:| ~ 333 313}

1/138b    C    La Flora — Colclough p 14.  {2:4g ~ 7:|:8:|: ~ 5417 7554}

1/139a    C    Burnet’s Rondo — Colclough p 14. Cf OFPC 3 p 22.  {6:8g ~ | $ 8:|:16||8:|:8|| $ DC ~ 51 65}

1/139b    C    A Piper o’er the Meadows straying — Colclough p 14. Cf OFPC 3 p 24.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5532 1131}

1/140a    C    Buonaparte’s Waltz — Colclough p 14.  {3:8g ~ 3x8:|:16:|: ~ 335 221}

1/140b    C    The Miller of Drone — Colclough p 15.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:16 two cadences :| ~ 1653 1613}

1/141a    C    Aldridge’s Hornpipe — Colclough p 15.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1113 5412}

1/141b    C    Lord Moira’s Welcome to Scotland — Colclough p 15. Cf OFPC 4 pp 96–97.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||4:|:8|| ~ 1135 4327}

1/142c–143    C    The Rose Tree, with variations by Colclough — Colclough p 16. See 4/43c.  {2:4 d ~ 5x [8:|:8||] parts 2–5 variations –4 ~ 1153 5555}

1/144a    C    The New May Moon — Colclough p 15.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|:  (parts 2–5: variations 1–4) ~ 44 21}

1/144b    C    Black Rock — Colclough p 15. See 3/39a.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 654 363}

1/144c    C    Miss Forbes’s Farewell — Colclough p 16. Cf OFPC 4 p 133.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3342 3566}

1/145a    C    Lord Cathcart — Colclough p 16.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 55 52}

1/145b    C    The College Hornpipe — Colclough p 17. See 1/55b McNeile’s hornpipe, 4/80a.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1115 3113}

1/146    C    The Highland Fabrick — Colclough p 17. See 4/18b.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: 4:|: 3x8:|: ~ 55 52}

1/147    C    Union Pipe Grand March and Quick step  Maestoso — Colclough p 17.  {C~ 2x8:|: Trio 8:|:8|| [Quick Step:] 2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1115 3331;  Quick Step: 13 55 55 22 (4 bars)}

1/148–49    C    Dainty Davy with variations — Colclough p 18.  {Cg, variation 3: 6 /8, variation 4: 2/2 ~ 2x4:|:; variations 1–2 4x4:|:; giga variation 3: 2x8:|:; variation 4: 4:|:5:|: ~ 5321 1313}

1/149    C    The Rakes of West Meath — Colclough p 19. Cf OFPC 4 p 81.  {9:8d ~ 3x4:|: ~ 532 534}

1/150a    C    Gráine mhaol — Colclough p 18. Cf OFPC 4 p 99 Granah Weale.  {6:8f ~ 8:|:9:|: ~ 54 51}

1/150b    C    Colcloughs Hornpipe — Colclough p 19.  {2:4g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 3113 5413}

1/151a    C    Old Towler — Colclough p 19. Cf OFPC 3 p 54.  {6:8d ~ 8||32|: ~ 16 35}

1/151b    Llewellyn a Welch Air — Cf OFPC 34 p 33; Colclough p 19 (air of the Welsh song ‘The ash grove’). Copy? of 4/77g.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 13 22}

1/152a    C    Bob and Joan with variations — Colclough p 19. See 14c Bantry bay.  {3:4g ~ 3x4:|: 8|| ~ 311 312}

1/152b–153    C    Gramachree (Grádh mo Chroidhe [best gaelic script]) with variations — Colclough p 20. Cf OFNIM p 46.  {Cg ~ 3x8:|: ~ 5561 5215}

1/153    C    The Munster Rake — Colclough p 20.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 126 124}

1/154–56    C    Maggie Lawder with Variations — Colclough pp 20–21. Cf Geminiani p 34.  {Cd ~ 8x8:|: parts 3–8  = 3 variations ~ 1111 2472}

1/156–57    C    The Scots came o’er the Borders — Colclough p 21. See 3/101c Charlie over the water.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: bar 17 ‘var’ ~ 13 11}

1/157    C    Burn’s [sic] Farewell — Colclough p 21. See 4/78b.  {Cc ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 17 33 43}

1/158a  •  K  •  Cailleach an t-súsa (The old)  •  196  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 24 63 34 14}

1/158b  •  K  •  Cailleach an t-súsa (The new)  •  197  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 11 21 73 (tonic e) or 22 22 32 14 (tonic d)}

1/158c  •  K  •  The Darkgate Girl  •  198 — See 3/78a The darkhaired girl.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 3135 2431}

1/159a  •  K  •  Father Murphy’s Quick step  •  199 — Cf OFPC 2 no 143 Banks of Inverness; ONWSGM no 61 The Croppies’ march no 2.  {2:4c ~ 8:|:16||DC ~ 55 51 32 16 (4 bars) rather than 5555 5512 (2 bars)}

1/159b    The Jolly Young Waterman    562 — Cf Dibdin.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 53 12 55 12}

1/159c    Steamboat Hor[n]pipe No:2 — Cf Alexander’s scrap book vol 1 p 13; Ryan p 218.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1351 3513}

1/160a    Irish washerwoman — Cf Surenne SI p 46; Holden ISQT 1 p 17; Riley 2 p 95.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|: ~ 35 35 47 46}

1/160b    Astley’s Hornpipe — Cf Weippert NCD 3 no 20; ONWSGM no 332 (from Wilson’s Companion to the ballroom, 1816); VMP Clare MS JC.035 Asley’s hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1364 2765}

1/160c    King of the Canibal Islands — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 158; Kerr’s New violin tutor p 15; Trim Hardy no 78 (other title ‘Vulcan’s cave’).  {6:8d ~ 8||16|| ~ 31 15 42 35}

1/161a    I’m Ninety-five — See 1/222a Jean de Paris.  {6:8g ~ 8||16|| ~ 33 53}

1/161b    The Highland Fling — Cf Campbell 20 p 2; Gow Coll 1 p 18 Tulloch gorum.  {C[corrected] c ~ | $ 4:|:8:|: $ ~ 3542 3535}

1/161c    I was the Boy for bewitching e’m — Cf Crosby Irish p 49.  {9:8g ~ 4||7|| ~ 113 132}

1/162a    March from “The Maid of Judah” [‘from’ inserted] — from Rossini’s opera.  {2:4c~ 2x8||DC ~ 1131 6550}

1/162b    Russian Krakoviak — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 68 (two parts only) The Krakoviak dance [by Bochsa]; Kerr 1 p 46 (two parts only); CRÉ 3 no 68 Tá boinéad agam [I have a bonnet trimmed with blue]. See 1/104b Polka.  {2:4g ~ 3x8:|:8||DC ~ 74 53 54 13 (4 bars)}

1/163a    The Lass of Richmond Hill — Cf Kerr 3 p 42.  {2:4d ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 5111 2724}

1/163b  •  There is nothing like pride about me  •  563  {9:8g ~ 10||  = 5x2 ~ 131 555}

1/163c    The Calais Packet    564 — Cf Riley 1 p 59 Hunt the hare; Howe Omnibus complete p 97; Hunting the hare; Hamilton HUT 2 p 49.  {6:8d ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 13 67 13 61}

1/164a    By the Margin of Fair Zurich’s Waters — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 pp 150–51.  {3:8g ~ 8:|:13||10|| ~ 333 444}

1/164b    Air from the opera of Robert le Diable — Cf Howe Omnibus p 21.  {6:8g ~ 8:|8||8|| ~ 13 36}

1/165a    Huntsman’s Chorus — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 99 The Hunter’s chorus from the opera of “Der Freyschutz”; cf Alexander’s scrap book vol 2 p 67.  {2:4g ~ 34  = 32+2||12|| ~ 77 42 11 27 (tonic a?, final a)}

1/165b    Britania Hornpipe no. 1 — Non-traditional.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5555 5311}

1/166a    Galop — Cf Cameron p 28 Gustavus Galop.  {2:4d ~ 3x8:|: 8:|8||8||DC ~ 51 51 53 15 (4 bars) rather than 5115 5115 (2 bars)}

1/166b    Britania Hornpipe No. 2 — Non-traditional.  {Ca ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1414 3114}

1/167    The Downfall of Paris — Cf OFPC 1 pp 22–23; Hamilton HUT 1 p 124.  {2:4g ~ 2x16|| 2x8|| DC ~ ~ 1111 1142 (2 bars) or 11 14 22 25 (4 bars)}

1/168a    The Literary Dustman — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 143.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 16 13}

1/168b    Bay of Biscay — Cf Cameron p 12.  {2:4d ~ 16!| $, $ bar 12:2 ~ 5113 1167 (2 bars) or 51 16 22 53 (4bars)}

1/168c–169    Jigg Paltogue (paltóg [gaelic]) — Cf MS 7348 p [40]; DubMMag March 1842, tune no 9.  {9:8d ~ 6x4:|: parts 2, 5, 6 have each two cadences ~ 555 556}

1/169    Brian Borumha’s March — MS 7348 p [39]; cf DubMMag January 1842, tune no 3.  {6:8g ~ 3x8!|! ~ 31 31}

1/170a    Irish Molly Oh! — MS 7348 p 34; cf DubMMag Feb 1842, tune no 4.  {6:8c ~ 8|!8!| ~ 15 15}

1/170b    O’Connells welcome to Clare — MS 7348 p 40; cf DubMMag April 1842, tune no 13.  {6:8c ~ 8|!8!| ~ 55 55 55 32}

1/170c    Wooden Ware — MS 7348 p 41; cf DubMMag June 1842, tune no 20.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 35 26 22 (4 bars) or 5551 3153 (2 bars)}

1/171a    John Reynolds — Cf DubMMag June 1842, tune no 19.  {6:8d ~ 2x12!| ~ 76 34}

1/171b    O’Reilly of Ath Carn — Copy of 4/129b.  {Cbflat ~ 9|!12!|  = 5+[4x4] ~ 5133 4475}

1/172a    Morgiani in Ireland — Cf Amateurs companion p 43; OFPC 3 p 7; Hime 1810 p 2.  {6:8g ~ 3x8|| ~ 51 23}

1/172b    Scotch Melody — Cf SMM 1 p 22, no 22 Highland Laddie, new sett.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 13 53}

1/172c    One day a Braw Wooer? – In Guy Mannering — Cf SMM 6 pp 538–39; Dick p 180. See 4/84a The Lothian lass.  {6:8g ~ 10||  = [4x2]+2 ~ 13 21 31 65}

1/173a    Fourth Dragoons March — Cf Hull p 3; Hamilton HUT 2 p 60. See 4/156a (undotted setting).  {Cg ~ 4x8:|:DC, part 3 [& 4?] ‘Bugle solo’ ~ 1113 5114}

1/173b    Corn Riggs  slow — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 179; Kerr 1 p 24; Stephano p 4.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 1132 7725}

1/174a    Scotch Air — Cf Campbell 20 p 3 Mrs Macintire or Lady Amelia Stewarts reel; Gow Repos 1 p 30; Miss Ann Æmelia Stuart’s strathspey.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1353 3132}

1/174b    ’Twere vain to tell thee — Cf Alexander’s new scrap book vol 6 p 18; Hamilton HUT 2 p 75.  {3:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 553 136}

1/174c    Croppies lie down — Cf Hime’s pocket book 5 p 8; Lee Croppies.  {6:8g ~ 8||6||  = [3x4]+2 ~ 51 22 65 11}

1/175a    Oh Blame not my lyre — Cf Clinton Gems no 29.  {6:8g ~ 3x8|| ~ 71 23}

1/175b    The Opera Hat — Cf Hime 1811 p 2.  {6:8d ~ 8||16  = 8+8|| ~ 11 55}

1/176a    Roslin Castle — Cf SMM 1 p 9, no 8; Gale’s pocket companion 1 p 4; Edin repos music 1 p 23; Graham 1 pp 16–17. See 4/61c.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1554 6423}

1/176b    Kind Robin loes me  Andante — Cf Gale’s pocket companion 1 p 24; Hamilton SSS p 68; Graham 1 pp 10–11.  {Cc ~ 2x8|| ~ 1113 2265}

1/176c    I loe’d [sic] ne’er a Laddie but ane  Lively — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 105; Graham 1 pp 130–31; Cameron p 9. See 3/190b.  {6:8g ~ | $ 8||8|| $ DC Fine after bar 8 ~ 11 66}

1/177a    The Deuks dang o’er my daddie — Cf Cameron p 14.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 13 27 1311}

1/177b    Twas in the merry Month of May — Cf Kerr 1 p 29.  {6:8g ~ 2x8||DC ~ 11 24}

1/177c    Rondo — See 1/205a (bars 1–16).  {2:4g ~ 2x8||DC ~ 13 46 13 41 (4 bars) or 1535 4465(2 bars)}

1/178a  •  The Maid of Barra  •  565  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5131 5432}

1/178b    One day while working at the plough — Cf Newland One day.  {2:4d ~ 8||12|| ~ 5533 1130}

1/179a    Albert-Galope — Non-traditional.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5553 1113}

1/179b    Ap Shenkin — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 39; Kerr 3 p 29; Lee 1808 p 2; Ryan p 264 The tempest.  {6:8g ~ | $ 8:|:8!| $ DC ~ 33 66 55 32}

1/179c    Roy’s Wife — Cf Hime Roy’s wife (setting for the German flute at the foot of the page); OFPC 1 p 35; Gow BNG 2 p 12; Mulhollan SIST p 25; Forde 300 NM 2 p 11; SMM 4 p 352, no 342. part 1: see 3/95a Down the bank. {2:4d ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 5333 3333 (2 bars) or 53 33 53 22 (4 bars)}

1/180a    Oh Nanny wilt thou gang with me — Cf Forde 300 NM 2 p 31.  {Cg ~ 24|| ~ 5753 5525}

1/180b    When Historys Muse. Paddy Whack [P corrected] — Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 5.  {6:8d ~ 8||8!| ~ 11 64}

1/181a  •  K  •  King Charles’s jig (old times). “Seantruis”  •  200 — Cf OIFMS pp71–72.  {6:8d ~ 2x6:|:  = 4x3 ~ 35 65 21 35}

1/181b    K    The Surround (old jig)  •  201  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 126 352}

1/181c  •  The Dusty Miller    566  Cf Ryan p 130.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 343 624}

1/182a  •  K  •  bh-fuilleann tú ad chodladh aro Mháire  •  202 — Cf JCIT p 7 Cummilum; Holden ISQT 1 p 17 Jigg; ONDMI no 448 Drops of brandy. See 1/98a Cuma liom.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 533 534 (tonic d, final e)}

1/182b  •  K  •  Kidney dearie  •  203  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 322 323}

1/182c  •  K  •  The Rogue is mad to be at her  •  204  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 355 727}

1/183a  •  K  •  Up in the Garret  •  205  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 522 526}

1/183b  •  K  •  The Butchers March  •  206 — See 3/77a.  {6:8g ~ 5x4:|: ~ 55 52 55 51}

1/183c  •  K  •  Galbally Reel  •  207  {2:4d /g ~ 2x8|| ~ 1233 3333 (tonic g) or perhaps 7122 2222 (tonic a}

1/184a    “Farewell but whenever &c” — Cf Glover-Moore pp 266–67. See 1/193b.  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 1341 1553}

1/184b    I saw from the beach  slow — Cf Glover-Moore pp 321–25. See 4/38c.  {6:8d ~ 12||  = 6x2 ~ 11 11 17 13}

1/184c  This life is all chequered — Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 12.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 75 75}

1/185a    McFarlanes lament  Andante — Cf Moore no 8 1821 song 11.  {3:4c ~ 16|| ~ 115 215}

1/185b    The wedding of Ballyporeen — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 125 Ballimona ora. See 3/200c.  {6:8f ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 11 21}

1/185c    Count not the Hours — Cf Alexander Flowers p 16; ONMI no 258; Haverty 100 p 2.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 13 52}

1/186a  •  K  •  Hurley Burley  •  208 — See 2/49a Temple house.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 13 54 72 44}

1/186b    Sweet Robin — Cf Cooke Sweet Robin.  {9:8g ~ 12||  = 3x4 ~ 525 523}

1/186c    Off she goes — Very common in close printed versions: cf Hughes Gems p 53; Weippert NCD 1 no 4; Campbell 20 no 10; Stephano p 18.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 34 51 34 52}

1/187a    The Sixpence — Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 11. See 4/32d.  {Cg ~ 4:|8||  = 3x4 ~ 6632 5561}

1/187b    To Ladies eyes around — Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 9, solo setting.  {2:4d ~ 3x8|| ~ 5612 3321}

1/187c    The Dear Little Island [MS: Istand?] — Cf Forde 300 NM 1 p 10.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 33 66}

1/188 [Heading]    Six Favourite Scotch Reels

1/188a   no 1. Kinlock of Kinlock — Cf Howe Omnibus p 5; Kerr 1 p 32; Campbell 14 p 15 George Kinloch.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 65}

1/188b   no 2. Sir David Hunter Blair — Cf Kerr 1 p 17; Edin Repos Music 1 p 2; Campbell 16 p 2; Hamilton HUT 1 p 103.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 55 53 53 (4 bars)}

1/188c   no 3. Lady Montgomery Cf Cameron p 12.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 35 11 72 (4 bars)}

1/189a   no 4. Mrs McLeod — Cf Hime 1814 p 1; Kerr’s collection p 3. Various settings very common in print. See 1/46a & 4/20b.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1166 3333}

1/189b   no 5. Lady Mary Ramsey — Cf Amateurs companion p 6.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1153 5355}

1/189c   no 6. I’ll gang nae mair to yon Town — Cf Aird 1 p 13, no 35; OFPC 3 p 64. See 1/53a The Ferry point (part 1), 2/158 Ill gang na mair, 3/153 We’ll gang.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 31 31 32 (4 bars)}

1/190a    Bridesmaid’s chorus in Der Frieschutz [sic] — Cf Edin Repos Music 2 p 50; Alexander’s scrap book vol 2 p 66; Howe’s 1,000 p 68.  {2:4d ~ 8||10|| ~ 1135 1133}

1/190b    The Storm Rondo — Cf Steibelt p 20 ‘Rondo in which is introduced an imitation of a storm’ (JG’s version uses 16 bars, stopping short of the storm breaking); Riley 1 p 91.  {6:8d ~ 2x8||DC ~ 34 53}

1/190c    Fairy Galope (Strauss) — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 125.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1356 4276}

1/191a    Calder Fair — (the air used for the nursery rhyme ‘Sing a song of sixpence’). Cf Clinton Gems no 41. See 4/47f.  {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 1613 5555}

1/191b    The Dear Irish Boy  Andante — Cf Alexander Flowers p 55.  {6:8bflat ~ 2x8|| part 1 two cadences ~ 32 11 32 11}

1/191c    Banks of the Liffey — Cf Alexander Flowers p 60; Gow Repos 2 p 38.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 35}

1/192a    The vale of Coloun — Cf gnp p 119; Joyce OIFMS p 346 (from Pigot).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 25}

1/192b    Kate Kearney — Cf Alexander Flowers p 59. See 4/90d.  {6:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 51 21}

1/192c    Maid Marian (Hornpipe) — Cf Ryan p 219.  Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ {5557 2755}

1/193a    The Skittish Maid — Cf Clinton Gems no 113.  {6:8d ~ 8:|16|| ~ 16 16}

1/193b    Farewell but whenever you welcome the hour — Cf Glover/ Moore pp 266–67. See 1/184a.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1341 1553}

1/194a    Old Virginny — Cf Cameron p 57 Oh carry me back to ole Virginny; Howe Omnibus p 11.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 53 53}

1/194b    O Come to me when daylight sets — Cf Moore National airs pp 34–37.  {6:8g ~ | $ 3x8|| $ DC ~ 64 52}

1/194c    Spanish Country Dance — Non-traditional.  {2:4d ~ 8:|8:|: ~ 3535 3111}

1/195a  •  Jolly Jacks Hornpipe    567  {Cf ~ 8:|8:|: ~ 1133 1611}

1/195b  •  The Jockey Hornpipe  •  568 — See 1/58b Fountains hornpipe (part 1).  {Cf ~ 8:|:8||DC [DC deleted?] ~ 1311 5512}

1/195c    The Indian — Non-traditional.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 35}

1/196a  •  The French Reaper    569 — Part 1: cf the current Kerry tune ‘The Dingle regatta’. See 1/257c Quadrille (near duplicate).  {6:8g ~ 2x8||DC ~ 56 35 22 32}

1/196b    Lady Montgomery’s Reel — Cf Edin repos music 2 p 71; Campbell 20 p 2.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1135 1172}

1/196c    Scotch Airs [Air corrected? read Air] in Guy Mannering    570 — Part 1: see 1/254b, 3/139b Garry Owen.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 53 36 53 23}

1/197a    A Soldier for me – March by Hook — Non-traditional.  {Cg ~ 22||  = 3x4 +5x2 ~ 5566 5313}

1/197b    Waltz by Mozart — Cf Riley 1 p 68.  {3:4g ~ 3x8:|: 8||DC ~ 354 633}

1/198a    Brides bells — Cf Riley 2 p 64.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 7654 3211}

1/198b    Garland of Love — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 29.  {6:8d ~ 8||10|| ~ 55 31}

1/198c    Paddy will you now — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 99 ‘Paddy will you love me’.  {2:4g ~ 8||16||DC ~  1332 6665 (2 bars) or 13 66 77 13(4 bars)}

1/199a   Maid of Lodi  Andante — Cf Edin repos music 1 p 50; Hamilton HUT 1 p 51.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 137 [4] 32 15}

1/199b    Straus’s [sic] favourite Waltz — Non-traditional.  {3:4d ~ 16:|:16 two cadences :| ~ 512 316}

1/199c    My Love is but a Lassie yet — Cf OFPC 2 p 114; Hamilton HUT 2 p 138; Stephano p 18.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1311 1322}

1/200a    My heart and Lute — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 118 (Scotch air).  {2:4g ~ 2x8||DC ~ 3311 2266 (2 bars) or 31 26 63 22 (4 bars)}

1/200b    “Sich a gittin’ up stairs” — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 168; Cameron p 53.  {2:4g ~ 8||8|| ~ 3453 3455 (2 bars) or 35 35 64 24 (4 bars)}

1/200c    I love the night – H. Russell  playfully – Davidson’s universal melodist vol 1 p 13 ‘Words by G.P. Morris; music by Henry Russell’.  {6:8g ~ 8||16|| ~ 33 15}

1/201a    My Ain Kind Dearie o — Cf MS 7348 p 120; SMM 1 p 50; Forde 300 NM 2 p 12; Cameron p 33. See 2/11c The Lee rig.  {Cg ~ 2x4|| ~ 3511 2436}

1/201b    Sally in our Alley — Cf Henderson p 14. Copy? of 4/86d.  {3:4d ~ 517 417}

1/201c    Erin go bragh. Éire [corrected  < ?] go bráth [2nd title in gaelic] — Cf Surenne SI p 8; Aird 6 p 54, no 134 Sa mhuir ni dilis eilin og.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1117 6663}

1/202a    Speed the plough    571 — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 172; Weippert NCD 1 no 15.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1155 5555}

1/202b    My Love is like the Red rose — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 177.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1123 1165}

1/202c    Ye Banks and Braes — Cf Dick pp 112–13.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 12 32 31 52}

1/203a    The Green Bushes — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 101.  {6:8c ~ 8|| ~ 31 51 15 32}

1/203b    Rule Britannia — Cf Forde 300 NM 1 p 1.  {Cd ~ 14||  = 7x2 ~ 1115 223(5)}

1/203c    Patricks day — Cf Edin repos music 1 p 39; Ryan p 150. — See 4/36c.  {6:8g ~ | $ 8||6|| $ DC ~ 11 55}

1/203d    Lullaby  andante — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 33; ONMI no 333. See 4/90a.  {6:8d ~ 12||  = 3x4 ~ 15 65}

1/204a    Venetian Barcarolle. or “When & Where” — Cf gnp p 155; Hart p 3; Herz p 4. Part 1: cf Lover When & where.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 33 32}

1/204b    Pray Goody — Cf OFPC 4 p 111. See 4/86e.  {Cg ~ 8||4||DC ~ 5542 3115}

1/204c    Portuguese air — Non-traditional.  {3:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 575 653}

1/205a  •  Rondo    572 — Bars 1–16: See 1/177c.  {2:4g ~ 8||16|| ~ 13 46 13 41 (4 bars) or 1535 4465(2 bars)}

1/205b    Gae to the eye wi’ me — Cf Edin repos music 2 p 119.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 553 352}

1/205c    John Anderson my Jo! — Cf SMM 3 p 269, no 260; Dick p 189. See 3/190a.  {Cd ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 5112 3334}

1/206a    Mary of Castle Cary  Andante    573 — Cf Cameron p 27; Graham 2 pp 94–95 See 3/189a Saw ye my wee thing.  {3:4d ~ 16||16|| ~ 511 113}

1/206b    The Birks of Aberfeldy  Andante — Cf SMM 2 pp 115–16, no 112; Thomson 5 p 7.  {Cd ~ 2x4||DC ~ 1311 1171}

1/206c    Gilderoy — Cf SMM 1 p 67, no 66; Cameron p 27.  {Cd ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 1133 5443}

1/207a    The Mill mill onurse !  andante — Cf OFPC 2 p 157; SMM 3 pp 250–51, no 242. See 1/227a The poor distressed soldier.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 3555 6621}

1/207b    An thou wert my ain thing — Cf Corri 2 p 21; Bremner 30 Scots songs p 13; McGibbon 3 p 83.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 5572 3263}

1/207c    The last time I came over the moor  Andante — Cf OFNIM p 53; Aria p 11, McGibbon 3 p 80.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 3211 3276}

1/208a    Nay tell me not Dear — Solo. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 8. See 4/40b, duet.  {6:8d ~ 24||  = 8+8+8 ~ 75 75}

1/208b    Lough Sheeling  Andante — Cf Saust p 9; Glover-Moore p 313–15; Surenne SI p 13.  {3:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 113 753}

1/208c    New Langolee — Cf Glover-Moore pp 331–33; Lynch p 41 Langolee.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 51 44}

1/209a    The Battle of the Nile — Cf Riley 2 p 35.  {Cg ~ 26||  = 4x4+2+4+4 ~ 1122 3355}

1/209b    The Bold Dragoon — Cf Edin repos music 1 p 95.  {2:4d ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 5111 1113 (2 bars) or 51 11 2211 (4 bars)}

1/210a    Mourir pour la patrie  Maestoso — Cf Davidson’s instrumental gems p 9.  {Cg ~ 18|| ~ 3324 5534}

1/210b  •  New Jenny Lind polka    574 — Parts 1–3: cf Cameron p 28 Jenny Lind Polka [by] Wallerstein. Parts 1–2: cf POK 4 no 48 Polka. See notes for 3/134c The Bridal polka. {2:4g parts 1–2, 2:4d parts 3–5 ~ 4x8:|:+8||DC, & DC after part 2, part 3  = part 5 (4 bars). See 3/134c The bridal polka. ~ 34 53 42 31 (tonic g, parts 1–2 only, four bars) rather than 3546 5333 (2 bars). Parts 3–5 have tonic d.}

1/211a    The Danish March — Cf Alexander’s scrap book vol 2 p 8 Danish grand march; Aird 5 p 57, no 152 Lord Lindsay’s march (part 1): ONWSGM no 59 Bonaparte’s grand march.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|:16|| ~ 1115 2222}

1/211b    The Girl I left behind me — Cf Smith IM p 74 Connel; Stephano p 17.  {2:4g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 63 36 11 53 (4 bars) or 6433 3366 (2 bars)}

1/212a  •  Royal Charlie  •  575 — Cf Weippert NCD 3 no 9; ONMI 1114 Behind the bush in the garden.  {6:8d ~ 23||  = 8+7+8 ~ 33 55 35 51}

1/212b    Gin Living worth  andante — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 50.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1142 2253}

1/212c    Lochaber no more — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 50; SMM 1 p 96, no 95. See 4/160a, 4/44a Limerick’s lamentation.  {3:4g ~ 2x16:|: ~ 333 333}

1/213a    “Comin thro’ the Rye” — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 44; Kerr 3 p 41; Cameron p 28.  {2:4d ~ 5522 5611}

1/213b    The Alexander    576 — Cf Alday p 2.  {6:8g ~ 3x8|| ~ 35 43 12 73}

1/214a  •  The Caledonian Lass  •  577  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1155 5716}

1/214b    Forest of Bondy — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 164.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5555 5533 (2 bars) or 55 53 46 13 (four bars)}

1/214c  •  Miss Westrops reel    578 — Part 1: cf HUT 1 p 61 Coll M’Bain’s reel; Ryan p 61; part 2: cf CRÉ 1 no 182 Seán Frank (part 2).  {2:4d ~ 8:|:16|| ~  3515 3151}

1/215a  •  K  •  The Bachelors Dream  •  209  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 37 51}

1/215b    Peter Street Dance — Cf Hime 1809 no 2, p 3. See 1/106c, 4/48b.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 1353 5176}

1/215c    Hornpipe — Cf VMP Carlisle MS Car.20 Miss Gayton’s hornpipe; Wheatstone p 61; Harding All-round p 24; Riley 2 p 40; ONMI no 1577 The sailor’s hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3115 3115}

1/216a  •  K  •  Hornpipe (Croppies March)  •  210  {Cg ~ 2x8:|DC ~ 7715 1135}

1/216b    Richers Hornpipe — Cf Edin repos music 1 p 119; Campbell 12 p 7; Alexander’s new scrap book vol 6 p 63  English hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5513 2254}

1/216c    Astleys Hornpipe — Cf Riley 1 p 44 Astley’s ride.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1117 2224}

1/217a  •  K  •  Tap the Barrel  •  211 — Part 1: cf ONMI no 830 The road to Lurgan (part 2).  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ 32 52}

1/217b    High Road to London — Cf Cameron p 18 High road to Linton; Kerr 1 p 7. See 2/57d The primrose girl, 3/133b The Linster highroad.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 11 66 611 (4 bars) rather than 3556 1115 (2 bars)}

1/217c  •  Bony in St Helena    579 — Cf Ryan p 257 Tibbie Inglis’ fancy (part 1).  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5551 5521}

1/218a    Fashions of the Day    580 — Cf Yedis Fashions.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 17 32}

1/218b    This Love of Mine    581  {Cd ~ 4:|:4 two cadences || ~ 5554 4475}

1/218c    Miss Braid — Cf Carlin no 276 Miss Baird of Saughtonhall (i).  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5553 5655}

1/219a  •  K  •  Sally Kelly  •  212  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1565 1322}

1/219b  •  K  •  The Cauliflower  •  213  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1724  24 44}

1/219c  •  Murphys Dream    582 — Part 1: cf ONMI no 1202 The bunch of green rushes. Part 2: cf Ryan p 43 The Keel-row or ‘Twin sisters’ (part?1). In the modern playing of ‘Murphy’s Hornpipe’ (a 4-part version of the 2-part tune at 4/59e) the fourth part is also quite similar to ‘The Keel row’. nbsp; {2:4d ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 75 35 75 32 (4 bars) rather than 7554 3356 (2 bars)}

1/220a    Down the Banks — Near duplicate of 3/95a. See 4/47d New prime of life.   {2:4d ~ 3x4:|: ~ 5233 5222}

1/220b    The Prime of Life    583 — Cf Clarke MS no 24 (p 10 of pdf). see 4/47d the prime of life.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5535 1111}

1/220c    The Tartan plaid    584 — Cf Aird 5 p 1, no 2 Miss Maule of Panmure’s reel.  {2:4g ~ 4 two cadences ||8|| ~ 5742 4742}

1/221a    A Slow March — Non-traditional band music.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1112 3334}

1/221b    The Maid of the Mill — Non-traditional. Not the commonly printed air.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 5312 1755}

1/221c  •  Castle Oliver chase    585  {2:4f ~ 2x8|| ~ 3451 7777}

1/222a    Jean de Paris    586 — Two-part versions common in print. The air is the ‘Pastoral dance’ composed by Sir Henry Bishop for his 1814 opera ‘John of Paris’. See 1/161a I’m ninety-five.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 33 53}

1/222b    The Bath Waltz — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 39 (attributed to ‘Taylor’); Riley 2 p 40; Alexander’s scrap book vol 1 p 21.  {3:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 1133 5671 (8 bars)}

1/223a    Sicilian Dance — Cf Riley 2 p 38.  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 13 55}

1/223b    The Poacher — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 15 Poachers of Lincolnshire.  {6:8d ~ | $ 8||8||DC no dal Segno at end but fermata over middle double barline ~ 11 53}

1/224–25  •  Lucy Campbell    587 — Unrelated to 3/29b or to the commonly printed Lucy Campbell. See 4/52d (variant).  {2:4d ~ 8x8:|: ~ 5564 5764}

1/225    The Woodpecker — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 156; Riley 2 p 25.  {2:4d ~ 20||30:| ~ 11 17 32 22 (4 bars)}

1/226a  •  K  •  Polly beag óg Slow  •  214  •  — Tunes p 12c.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1135 6616}

1/226b  •  K  •  Lament for Morty (óg) O Sullivan  plaintive  •  215 — Tunes p 12d. See Croker Researches pp 176–78 for the story behind this lament.  {3:4g ~ 8||8:|: ~ 112 135}

1/226c  •  K  •  An Rós geal dubh  slow •  216  {3:4g ~ 8||8:|: ~ 113 113}

1/227a  •  K  •  The poor distressed Soldier  slow  •  217 — Cf OFPC 2 p 157 Mill Mill O. See 1/207a.  {Cd ~ 8||8|: ~ 3551 6621}

1/227b  •  K  •  Reel’s [?] of Bogies  •  218 — See 2/152b Barrack Hill, 2/179a My bride is a young thing, 4/83e Mount the baggage{Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5154 5172}

1/227c  •  Green’s Hornpipe    588   {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3134 3334}

1/228a  •  K  •  The Black Bird  Slow  •  219 — See 2/62a.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 6755 1141}

1/228b  •  K  •  The Green Pantaloons  •  220 — See 3/134b The ladies pantaloons.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 3411 2432}

1/228c  •  K  •  Light horse reel  •  221  {Cd ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5555 5562}

1/229a  •  K  •  I wish I never saw you  •  222  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|8||DC ~ 5311 3536}

1/229b  •  K  •  Perriwig Jockey  •  223  — Cf Ryan p 101 Pothouge. Part 1: cf  OFPC 1 no 30 Humours of Ballymanus (part 1)/ Part 2: cf  OFPC 2 no 70 Ride a mile (part 2).  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 555 556}

1/229c  •  K  •  Bóthar ó thuaigh chum Tráighlí  •  224 — Cf OFPC 1 p 47 Stir your feet Johnny; ONMI no 1035 The northern road.  {6:8d ~ 3x8|| ~ 65 15 (tonic d) or 1737 (tonic & final b))}

1/230a  •  K  •  McCarthy’s Quick Step  •  225 — Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 62–63 The lady in the boat; Raven p 110 The bugle quick step.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 11 51 32}

1/230b  •  K  •  Cailín deas donn  •  226 — Cf OFPC 4 p 75; Holden ISQT 2 p 22 The nurses tune; Holden  ISQT 2 p 31 The Killruddery hunt. See 139b The Kildurrery Hunt, or The old man rocking the cradle, 2/138a The nurses tune, 2/106a & 3/7b An sean duine ag luasgadh an chliabháin.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 14 34}

1/230c    Larry Grogan — Copy of 4/11b.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 22}

1/231    The Buachileen Buidhe [all roman]  — Cf OFNIM p 40 The boughlee buee or Gallaway Tom. See 4/56b.  {12:8d ~ | $ 6x4:|: no dal segno ~ 3545 3541 (tonic b) or 1323 1326 (tonic d)}

1/232    Money in both pockets — Copy of 4/61a.  {6:8d ~ 5x8:|: 8 two cadences :| ~ 13 55 1354}

1/233    Mullowney’s jigg — MS 7348 p 3. Close printed source not located but cf Hime 1805 book 1, no 9; Holden ISQT 1 p 19 (parts 1 & 2).  Parts 1, 2, 4 & 5: cf OFNIM p 32 and OFPC 1 pp 62–63 (parts 1, 2, 4 & 3). See (independent copy of MS 7348?) 4/96a.  {6:8d ~ 6x8:|: ~ 35 55}

1/234a    Duncan McQuinn — Cf MS 7348 p 96. Copy of 4/96b (or independent copy of MS 7348?).  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 11 11 53 26}

1/234b    Bantry Bay — Copy of 4/13c.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3111 3616}

1/235a    Foggy Dew — Copy of 4/97b.  {Cg ~ 8||16|| ~ 1131 6521}

1/235b    The Scholar    589 — Copy of 4/22c.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 1342 1556}

1/236–37  •  K  •  An Buachaill breoite  •  227 — See  4/19c The sick boy.  {Cg ~ 8x4:|: ~ 1221 1257}

1/237a  •  K  •  Dé do bheatha ad’ shláinte Ui Súilliobháin mhóir  slow  •  228— for other versions of this tune (known now as ‘O’Sullivan’s march’) see CRÉ 2, notes on no 12(i) Páinneach na nubh.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 12 53}

1/237b  •  K  •  Loosen the Belts  •  229 — Part 1: cf Ryan p 146 Frazer’s; ONMI no 764 Paddy from Portlaw. See 4/5c [Jackson’s] Drum (part 1).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 42 51 24}

1/237c  •  K  •  The Humours of Fermoy  •  230 — Part 1: Cf ONMI no 1258 The miller’s maid.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5361 5362}

1/238a  •  K  •  Inghean Ui Mhóire  Slow    231  {Cg ~ 8||8:|: ~ 5441 3135}

1/238b  •  K  •  Cock up &c &c  •  232  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 11 31 21}

1/238c   Katty Quinn — Copy of 4/98d.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 14 54 55 62}

1/239    What a Beau your Granny was  •  590 — Copy of 4/52c with note values corrected at cadences.  {2:4d ~ 6x8:|: ~ 3127 1165 (2 bars) or 32 16 65 42 (4 bars)}

1/240a    The Harmonious Blacksmith —Air and variations based on the composition by Handel from his Suite no 5 in E. Copy? of 4/53a.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||12|| ~ 1125 3425}

1/240b    Flora MacDonald    591 — Cf Raven p 136 The Maid of Glenconnel. Copy of 4/63c. See 4/65f.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 55 31 32}

1/241a    The Priest of Lurgan — Nearly identical copy of 4/50a.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 14 41 14 47}

1/241b  •  A Reel    592 — Copy of 4/23a.  {Cd ~ 4|:8||DC ~ 1515 1562}

1/242a    A Reel — Copy of 4/23c.  {Cg ~ 8||8||DC ~ 1353 5453}

1/242b    The Limerick Lasses — Copy? of 4/20c.  {Cd ~ 3x4:|: ~ 1512 4542}

1/242c    The Woods are cutting  Slow — Cf Amateurs companion p 3.  {3:4c ~ 4:|:8|| [:: & DC deleted?] ~ 667 416}

1/243a    Hornpipe   593 — Near duplicate of 4/150a. See 3/25a Miss Brown’s hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1551 2752}

1/243b  •  K  •  An Samhra cruaig  Slow  •  233 — Cf ONMI no 27 Rodney’s glory.  {Cg ~ 8:|:12!| ~ 3315 3313}

1/243c    The Duchess’ slipper — Copy of 4/121c.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5353 5362}

1/244a  •  Over the Hill to my Nanny oh! (Hornpipe)    594 — Cf OFPC 2 p 95 My Nanny o; McGibbon p 71; Oswald CPC 5 p 3.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5115 3211}

1/244b    Hornpipe — See 3/82b McCarthy’s hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5115 3211}

1/244c    A Welsh Hornpipe  •  595 — Cf ONMI no 1631 The rose of Drishane. See 4/55b Enrico (close variant).  {C[corrected] ~ 1313 5653}

1/245a  •  Hornpipe [JG very pale ink, probably erased:] (Priam’s)    596 — Cf  Joyce OIFMS p 28 Captain John’s hornpipe; ONWSGM no 309 Capt. Corbett’s hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5412 7215}

1/245b  •  K?  •  Diarmuid McGig [all roman]  •  234 — Marked ‘K’ in index{6:8g ~ 10||10:|:  = 2x4+4+2, ~ 15 11}

1/245c  •  K  •  The Lark in the Morning  •  235 — See 1/100a, 3/40a–41 The little house under the hill.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 55 (tonic d but final e)}

1/246a    Paddy Carey — Cf Howe Omnibus p 51; Joshua Gibbons no 6 (parts 4, 2, 3). See 3/52b Ar phósais fós (bars 1–4).  {6:8g ~ 3x8|| ~ 51 31 62 47}

1/246b    The Lass of Gowrie    597 — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 111 Loch-Erroch Side; Kerr 3 p 42; Kerr 4 p 7; Westrop p 14.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 11 66 22 (4 bars) rather than 3355 1111 (2 bars)}

1/246c    The Dear Irish Boy  Slow    598 Cf OIFMS p 207.   {3:4g ~ 8:|:16:|: ~ 321 254}

1/247a  •  K  •  Connolly’s Ale  •  236 — Cf ONMI nos 869, 870 Larry O’ Gaff.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 55}

1/247b  •  K  •  Box the Monkey  •  237 — Pipes p 39 no 97. Cf Kerr 1 p 40 Munster buttermilk; ONMI no 892 Behind the haystack. See 4/81e The geese on the bog.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: part 2 two cadences without repeat marks ~ 13 13 52 52}

1/248a  •  K  •  The Banks of Cloddy  •  238  •  Slow — See 4/43d.  {Cd ~ 4:|:12:|:  = 4x4 ~ 1111 3455}

1/248b    Signora Ferze’s Hornpipe — Copy of 4/81a.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1326 4465}

1/248c    The Rakes of Kildare — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 108; Aird 5 p 28, no 69 A jig; B2 p 39 Get up early. See near duplicate 4/79b.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 25}

1/249a  •  K  •  My love she wears a dandy  •  239 — Cf Ryan p 30 Five leaved clover; ONMI no 1247; Maguire Hidden Fermanagh p 112 (from Gunn MS c. 1865) Hetty’s wishes; the current session tune ‘The hunter’s purse’. See 2/150b My love is but a lassie yet.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 7552 4544}

1/249b  •  K  •  Plúr na m-ban gan aon lochd!!!  Slow  •  240  {Cg ~ 8||8:|: ~ 1576 1112}

1/249c  •  K  •  Caiptínn na ngéag ngeal sé Silvy  slow  •  241  {3:4d ~ 12||12|| ~ 343 127}

1/250a  •  K  •  Poll Ceárnuit  Lively  •  242 — P-S no 1129 is a copy.  {3:4d ~ 2x14||  = 4x7 ~ 112 761}

1/250b  •  K  •  Seaghan Ui Duibhir an ghleanna  Slow  •  243 — See 4/36b.  {3:4d ~ 4||8:|: ~ 675 456}

1/250c  •  K  •  [sic] gamhna gealla bána  [index likewise: ]  Lively  •  244Words pp 108–09 ‘Siúd mo gamhna ro na gamhna gealla / ní itheann siad fear agus ol [—] siad bainne’.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|:  = 4x2 ~ 3335 3343}

1/251a  •  K  •  An cúl bacallach Fáingeach buidhe [index: bacallach Faingeac buide]  Slow  •  245  {3:4g ~ 2x5||10  = 2x5|| ~ 771 132}

1/251b  •  K  •  An ghamhain gheal [index: gheall] bhán  Slow  •  246  {3:4g ~ 12||12||  = 4x6 ~ 211 112}

1/251c  •  K  •  Rachad-sa ’s Kitty [roman]  bhálcaoireachd  Slow  •  247  {6:8d ~ 8||8:|:  = 4x4 ~ 17 71 41 11}

1/252a    The Humours of Glyn [Glyn corrected  < Glynn] — Cf O’D 1850 p 138; Howe’s 1,000 p 97. Pigot in RIA MS 24.0.1, p 814 describes it as one of three tunes in ‘Mr Goodman’s setting’ but it is probably a copy of O’D.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 33 11 41}

1/252b  •  K  •  Cnocá [i]nín aorach Chill Mhuire  Lively  •  248  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5735   32 6[1]}

1/252c  •  K  •  Air maidin a nae bhí camadam sgéil?  •  249 — Cf P-S no 1116.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 72 34 37}

1/253a  •  K  •  An Síoda ’tá ad’ bhalluit? [index: bhallot]  •  250 — Cf O’D 1850 p 222; ONMI no 891 The silken wallet. See 1/264d [Untitled jig], parts 1 and 2.  {6:8g ~ 2x8||DC [this written over flourish?] ~ 36 25 36 43}

1/253b    The Boyne Water — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 106; gnp p 95.  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 5557 4271}

1/253c  •  K  •  The Green Flag  •  251 — Cf MS 7345 p 140, no 1 of  Repeal quadrilles (ornate version).  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 5517 6222}

1/254a  •  K  •  An Buachaill Caol Dubh  Slow  [title written very large, carefully]  •  252 — Cf Words pp 94–96 Muiris O Céirin cct. ar an Buachaill caol dubh: ‘Tráith dom feinig ar Innse an fhéir ghlais’. JG sought the words for this from Patrick Landers of Ventry in 1848 (see TMP 1 p xii).  {Cd ~ 6||12:|:  = 6x3 ~ 3555 3432 | 1101}

1/254b    Garryowen — Parts 1 & 2: cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 181; part 3: cf ONDMI no 1001 (part 4). See 3/139b.  {6:8g ~ 8:|: 2x8||DC ~ 63 33}

1/254c  •  K  •  Is Duine me shiubhal a lán  Lively  •  253 — P-S no 1132 is a copy. Cf Mitchell & Small PPT no 45 The Munster gimlet (2), parts reversed.  {9:8d ~ 2x4|| ~ 511 112}

1/255a    Jack Lattin — Copy of 4/96d.  {2:4d ~ 7x8:|: ~ 1351 5331}

1/255b    Paddy’s Evermore — Copy of 4/65e.  {2:4d ~ 8|| $ 8!| $ ~ 1113 2754 (2 bars) rather than 11 25 31 11 (4 bars)}

1/256–57  •  K  •  An Maidrín ruadh  [index: ruaidh]  •  254  •  — Descriptive parts: 4–10 (23 bars): bailliughadh (4 bars); Adharc (2 bars); An Fiadhguidhe (3 bars); An Fhead (2 bars); An gadhar riain (4 bars); na gadhair ag labhairt (2 bars); Na gadhair air saothar (3 bars); Adharc ag cosaint (3bars). [Conclusion]: see next two items. Cf OFPC 2 pp 145–47, Fitzmaurice 5 pp 1–2.  {Cg [An Fhead 9:8? error of notation?] 3x8:|:+23 ~ 1355 6455}

1/257a  •  K  •  Caoineadh an Mhadaidh Ruaidh  •  254  [conclusion i]  {3:4d ~ 12:|:  = 6x2, ~ 461 444}

1/257b  •  K  •  Fox Hunter’s jig  •  254 [conclusion ii] — Pipes p 26, no 33. 1/81c is a duplicate. See 4/154b.  {9:8 ~ 3x4 bars ~ 354 352}

1/257c  •  QuadrilleNear duplicate of 1/196a The French reaper, but last two bars vary: G | FGF GEC# | D--|.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 56 35}

1/258a  •  K  •  An craoibhín aoibhinn [index: chraoibhín aoibhínn]  Slow  •  255 — Tunes p 10d.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1371 6165}

1/258b  •  K  •  Tá mo ghrádh dá mhealladh uaim  •  256 — Cf Petrie AMI pp 42–43 As truagh gan peata an mhaoir agam / I wish the shepherd’s pet were mine.  {2:4g /d ~ 2x8||DC ~ 31 35 44 41 (4 bars) rather than 3112 3453 (2 bars)}

1/258c  •  Go de sin don té sin &c    599 Words pp 121–122 ‘Sé deir máthair mo chéile nuair fhéachann sí...’.  {6:8d ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 11 76 61 61}

1/259a  •  K  •  Jackson’s Cove  •  257 — Cf P-S no 318 The groves by Jackson; P-S no 319 The groves: called also The drunken sailor.  {Cg ~ 5x8:|: ~ 5113 5127}

1/259b  •  K  •  Is fada liom féin go n-déanann tuile don tráig  Lively  •  258 — P-S no 1128 is a copy.  {6:8d ~ 12||  = 4x3 ~ 16 56}

1/260a  •  K  •  Cois Taoibh an Chuain  Slow  •  259Words p 99 (fragment) ‘Cois taoibh an cuain ’s me tré’m shuan ’s me go suanmhar sinnte’. P-S no 1133 is a copy.  {Cg ~ 16||16:|: ~ 3455 3575}

1/260b  •  K  •  Waterloo  •  260 — Cf ONMI no 1433 Lord Gordon’s reel (part 1). See 1/87b My heart with love is breaking.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: bars 4–8  = bars 12–16 ~ 5353 5353}

1/261a  •  K  •  An Druimin donn díleas  Slow [le of díleas corrected]  •  261 Words p 70 “Druimion Donn óg”: ‘Dá dtagach an leanbh a gceart as a gcóir’. JG made note to ask his brother George to get this song from Bryan Sheehan (UCC p [132]).  {3:4d ~ 2x16||  = 8x4 ~ 112 122}

1/261b  •  K  •  Bean dubh an ghleanna  Slow  •  262 — Cf PS no 1138.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1355 6765}

1/262a  •  K  •  Crumpe’s Hornpipe  •  263  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5131 2131}

1/262b  •  K  •  Beau Dandy (old jig)  •  264 — Cf Mitchell DMWC no 86 Fraher’s jig (part 1).  {6:8d ~ 3x4:|: ~ 54 14 54 14}

1/262c  •  K  •  Cuir le faill an cladhaire caille  •  265 — Pipes p 39, no 91 Sgaol le háill an claidhre [?] caille. Cf CRÉ 1 no 40 An píopa ar an mbaic [The pipe on the hob] (part 1).  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 15 31 25 55}

1/263a  •  K  •  Thugamair féin an samhradh linn  Lightly  •  266 — Cf Horncastle no 9 May day song; Clinton Gems p 73.  {6:8g ~ 8||  = 4x2 ~ 11 55}

1/263b  •  K  •  The Galway Reel  •  267— Cf ONDMI no 471 My Maryanne.  {Cd (part 2 c evidently natural throughout) ~ 2x4:|: ~ 7215}

1/263c  •  K  •  My Father’s Servant Boy  [B corrected?]  •  268  {6:8d ~ 8||8:|: ~ 13 25 36 55}

1/263d  •  K  •  The three little Drummers  •  269  •  — Pipes p 18, no 9, UCC p [72], no 12. Cf Joyce 2 p 50, tune 112 The shuffling jig; POK 3 no 2 Coffee and tea. See 2/160a The new Custom house jig.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 22 55 47}

1/264a  •  K  •  Bríghid óg Ráith Caolath  [JG pencil:] (see p. 3)  Lively  •  270  •  — Tunes p 5b. See 1/3c.  {Cd ~ 14|| ~ 5511  3211}

1/264b  •  K  •  An Crúisgín lán (Kerry version)  Lively  •  271 — P-S no 1232 is a copy.  {Cg ~ 4! $ 6!| $  = 5x2 ~ 5553 5555}

1/264c  •  K  •  :] Aithrighe Sheaghain de hóradh  •  272 — Music not given. Jig below seems unrelated. See O’D Miscellany pp 32–35 (words only), incipit: ‘A Mhic Mhuire na ngras do cuirag chum bais’. By John Hore, blacksmith, Dunaha, Clare, fl 1780. An air in Joyce MS 2 p 11, tune 21.

1/264d • [Untitled jig] •  600 — roughly sketched in pencil. Parts 1 & 2: see 1/253a An Síoda ’tá ad’ bhalluit.  {[6:8 or 12:8g?] ~ 8|| 16|| ~ 4615 4645}

1/265a  •  K  •  Caitilín Tirriail (old version)  Slow  •  273  {3:4g ~ 16||16:|: ~ 556 113}

1/265b  •  K  •  Gradh na lánamhan  Andante  •  274Words pp 43–45 ‘An bhean. Mo ghrádh do chúl dobhí búclaí baclach / Mo ghradh do shiubal dobhí luthmhar acfuinneach’ (chantefable form with ‘udar’ in English). P-S no 1134 is a copy.  {Cg ~ 4||4:|: ~ 5611 2276}

1/265c    Kitty of Coleraine — Cf Clinton Gems no 25. See 4/25b.  {6:8d ~ 8||8:|: ~ 31 27}

1/266–67  •  K  •  Allisdrum’s March, Battle of Cnoc na ndos, Laments &c  [Introduction +descriptive parts:] An Bailiughadh chum catha  Quick [10 bars]; An Cath – buail as mairbh!!!  *Presto [6 bars]; Marbh-tuitim Alasdruim [4 bars]  •  275 — Describes the defeat and death in 1647 in the battle of Knocknanuss, Co Cork, of Alasdar Mac Colla Ciotaigh. Pipes p 28, no 59. Cf Croker Researches (music between pp 116 and 117) Ollisdrum’s march. See Breathnach 1968.  Listen to the piece played on the pipes by Peter Browne (track 5).  {6:8g except parts: An Cath Cg, Marbh-tuitim Alasdruim 3:4g ~ 8:|:4:|:8:|:8:|: +10+6 [C]+4 [3:4] ~ 77 74 (tonic g) or perhaps 33 37 (tonic d)?}

1/267a  •  K  •  [Allisdrum’s March] An Bhean Mhuimhneach .i. A Mháthair, ag gul  Slow  [bars 10–11:] uch, uch, uch, on!  •  275 (part ii)  {Cd ~ 11|| ~ 3332 1552}

1/267b  •  K  •  [Allisdrum’s March] An Laighneach .i. a bhanartla, ag gul [bars 10–11:] uch uch, uch on!  •  275 (part iii)  {Cg ~ 11|| ~ 7777 6542}

1/267c  •  K  •  [Allisdrum’s March]  An Ultach .i. a bhean, ag caoineadh  •  275 (part iv)  {Cd ~ 5||5!| ~ 5555 3334}

1/267d  •  K  •  [Allisdrum’s March] Cnocan an Teampuill    275 (part v) — See 1/75b.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8|:8|| part 3, bars 1–2 superscribed ‘3 times’ [i.e. bars 1–6] ~ 75 54}

1/268a  •  K  •  Maidin Aoibhinn Aorach  Slow  •  276 — See 2/86b The morning star.  {Cg ~ 16||16|| ~ 1166 5553}

1/268b    The Cooleen Bawn — Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 30; OFPC 3 p 32. Copy? of 4/85d. See 1/11a An súisín bán.  {Cg ~ 2x6:|: ~ 3665 1244


VOLUME TWO OF GOODMAN MSS

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 [Some sources  for this volume as given by JG at the end of the volume:]

‘This volume contains 500 airs and tunes, almost all of them Irish. I have copied them from various sources.

Those from page 1 to 32. the first 5 airs excepted, are taken from a  printed collection lent by Dr Swan.

From 33 to 50 are taken from O’Farrell’s collection [OFPC] vol I

51–58 from a ms lent by Dr Swan

59–62 miscellaneous –

From 63 to144 are taken from Mr Pigot’s collection –

From 144 to 147 miscellaneious [sic]. [148 not mentioned].

Those from 149 to 171 are copied from a ms. lent by O’Daly [NLI MS 3781 indicated here as ‘gnp’, see Slattery 2011],

& from 172 to 181 are taken from a ms. lent by Doogan pipe maker.’

[Breandán Breathnach identified the ‘printed collection lent by Dr. Swan’ as the first volume of Aird’s Selection of Scotch, English, Irish and foreign airs, published in Glasgow  about 1782 (Breathnach 1973 p 60.

Goodman stated that he took from the printed book the airs in pp 1–32 of his second volume — except the first five. Eleven tunes in the series are not in Aird 1. The remaining 69 tunes which are from Aird’s first volume have scarcely a note changed and only a handful of changes — usually omissions — made in expression marks.]

2/1a    Na Bailtídhe mhóra — Cf OFPC 4 p 108 Baulthy Oura.  {9:8d ~ 4x4:|: ~ 335 337}

2/1b    They may rail at this life  Ná bainneann san dó — Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 11; Surenne SI p 72. Se.e 1/79b, 4/29e.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 55}

2/2a  •  Cherish the Ladies    601 — Cf Joyce OIFMS p 150, bars 1–8; ONMI no 730, parts 1, 2 & 4. See 3/81b Wallop the ladies, 4/2a “Thought”.    {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 15 15 64 44}

2/2b  •  Youghal Harbour  •  602 — Cf Mooney 1 p 530; ONMI no 861.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1613 6717}

2/3a  •  Jemmie the Gom    603 — Cf ONMI no 807 Happy to meet and sorry to part.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 63 21 35 32}

2/3b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Lads of the Village — Aird 1 p 1, no 3.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 63 23 77 (4 bars)}

2/3c   [Dr Swan’s book]    I’ll Touzle your Kurchy — Aird 1 p 2, no 4.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 51}

2/4a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Ladys plaything — Aird 1 p 2, no 5 The lady’s play thing, or Gen Howe’s march.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:12  = 8+4:|: ~ 33 22}

2/4b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Oyster Wifes rant — Aird 1 p 3, no 6.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5551 4472}

2/4c   [Dr Swan’s book]    Quick Step 12th Regt — Aird 1 p 3, no 7 Quick step 17 [sic] regt.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 12 37}

2/5a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Quick step of 21 Regt — Aird 1 p 3, no 8.  {2:4d ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 35 65 16 31 (4 bars)}

2/5b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Moon & Seven stars — Aird 1 p 4, no 9.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 45 62 37 (4 bars)}

2/5c–6   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Grand Parade — Aird 1 p 4, no 10.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 24 32 13 or 15 24 32 13}

2/6a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Corporal — Aird 1 p 4, no 11.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 55 22 27 (4 bars)}

2/6b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Queen of Hearts — Aird 1 p 5, no 2.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5531 4275}

2/6c–7   [Dr Swan’s book]    Carlen is your Daughter ready — Aird 1 p 9, no 24.  {2:4d ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 15 53 27 24 (4 bars)}

2/7a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Widow’s Rant — Aird 1 p 10, no 27.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 65 15 22}

2/7b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Wood Nunrich Fair — Aird 1 p 11, no 31.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 35 15}

2/8a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Bath Medley — Aird 1 p 11, no 29.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 17 65 65 72}

2/8b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Gentle Ann — Aird 1 p 11, no 30.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 55 11 54 4 bars)}

2/8c   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Recruiting Officer — Aird 1 p 12, no 33.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 12 15}

2/9a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Thro’ the Lang Muir — Aird 1 p 12, no 34.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 51 17}

2/9b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Quick Step 8th Regt — Aird 1 p 14, no 38.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 15 55}

2/9c   [Dr Swan’s book]    My wife’s a Wanton Wee thing — Aird 1 p15, no 41.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 16 15}

2/10a  •  Jacksons   Maid in the Garret  •  604See 3/46c.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 11 13 52}

2/10b    The Humours of Georges street  •  605 — See 2/148c (close variant).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 52 36}

2/10c    Tatter the Rags  •  606 — Cf Moylan JOL no 108 Jimmy Doyle’s (parts reversed). See 2/53a The Bantry jig, 2/162a The baker’s reel (reel version of same tune?)  {6:8a ~ 2x8:|: ~ 65 65 42 55}

2/11a    Oh Arranmore, Loved Arranmore — Cf Moore no 10 1834 song 10; Surenne SI p 12. See 2/144b.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 15 44 77 (4 bars)}

2/11b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The High way to Dublin — Aird 1 p 15, no 43.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 74 62}

2/11c   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Lee Rigg — Aird 1 p 16, no 44. See 1/201a My ain kind dearie O, 3/74a The bottles & the glasses come rolling on the table.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:16:|: 16  = 8a+8a2 ~ 15 11 12 26 (4 bars)}

2/12a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Millers Rant — Aird 1 p 16, no 46.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 37}

2/12b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Willie was a wanton wag — Aird 1 p 17, no 49.  {2:4d ~ 8::8:: ~ 35 11 35 26 (4 bars)}

2/12c   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Cow behind the Hay Cock — Aird 1 p 18, no 51.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 54 27 33 27}

2/13a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Lads of Dunse — Aird 1 p 19, no 53. See 2/100c Jig (Jackson).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 16}

2/13b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The East nook of Fife — Aird 1 p 20, no 57. Cf SMM 3 p 286 The ranting dog the daddy o’t.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~  11 55 22 66 (4 bars, tonic g, final e}

2/13c   [Dr Swan’s book]    Irish Billy — Aird 1 p 21a, no 58.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 52}

2/14a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Cream pot — Aird 1 p 25, no 69.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:16  = 8+8:|: ~ 13 56 13 52}

2/14b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Bonny Breast Knots — Aird 1 p 25, no 71.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 46 35 22 76 (4 bars)}

2/14c   [Dr Swan’s book]    Little House under the Hill — Aird 1 p 27, no 75. Differs from 1/100a, 3/40a–41.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3511 1162}3556 1615 (2 bars) or 35 11 11 62 (4 bars)}

2/15a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Miss Ramsay’s reel [R corrected] — Aird 1 p 27, no 76.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 31 43 26 (4 bars)}

2/15b   [Dr Swan’s book]    I’d rather have a piece &c — Aird 1, pp 28–29, no 81.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 75 77(tonic a) or 16 11 (tonic g)?}

2/16a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Miss Katty Hall [index: Miss Katie hall’s Reel] — Aird 1 p 29, no 83. JG’s tune, like Aird’s, is 6:8 time.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 55}

2/16b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Rural Felicity — Aird 1 p 30, no 84. See 1/110a Haste to the wedding.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 23}

2/16c   [Dr Swan’s book]    McDonalds Quick step — Aird 1 p 31, no 87.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 22 62 22 11 (4 bars)}

2/17a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Female Rake — Aird 1 p 31, no 88.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 43}

2/17b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Quick step 4th Regt — Aird 1 p 131, no 89.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1367}

2/17c   [Dr Swan’s book]    Port Patrick — Aird 1 p 32, no 90. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 25.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5142}

2/18a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Highlandman Kissed his Mother — Aird 1 p 32, no 91.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 55 12 25 (4 bars, tonic g part 1) or 37 77 37 47 (tonic e part 2)}

2/18b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Well done Jock — Aird 1 p 32, no 92.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5437}

2/18c   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Bottom of the punch bowl — Aird 1 p 33, no 93. Cf OFPC 1 p 75.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1111 1135}

2/19a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Cupids Recruiting Sergeant — Aird 1 p 34, no 96.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:16:|: ~ 52 12 47 52 (4 bars)}

2/19b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Quick step Fusileers — Aird 1 p 35, no 99.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 71 22}

2/19c   [Dr Swan’s book]    Lady Charlotte’s Fancy — Aird 1 p 37, no 103 Lady Charlote’s delight.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 15 65}

2/20   [Dr Swan’s book]    Yankey Doodle — Aird 1 p 36, no 102.  {2:4d ~ 10x8:|: ~ 12 12 12 17 (4 bars)}

2/21a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Ranting Roaring Highlandman — Aird 1 p 39, no 110.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: part 2 two cadences || ~ 15 35 47 72 (4 bars)}

2/21b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Marionets — Aird 1 p 40, no 114.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 15 65 43 21}

2/21c   [Dr Swan’s book]    Major Montgomeries Quick step — Aird 1 p 41, no 11.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1355 5115 (uncertain owing to metrical errors)}

2/22a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Royal Glasgow volunteers Farewell — Aird 1 p 41, no 117.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 11 22}

2/22b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Bab at the Bouster — Aird 1 p 42, no 119.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 43 27}

2/22c   [Dr Swan’s book]    The whipman Laddie — Aird 1, p 65, no 189.  {6:8d ~ 4:|:4:|: ~ 53 42}

2/23a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Fy let us a’ to the Bridal — Aird 1 p 43, no 123.  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 115 226}

2/23b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Long Room of Scarbrough — Aird 1 p 45, no 128.  {9:8g ~ 3x4:|: ~ 113 112}

2/23c   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Parson in the suds — Aird 1 p 47, no 134.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 32 72 42 (4 bars)}

2/24a   [Dr Swan’s book]    My Peggy is a young thing — Aird 1 p 47, no 133.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5117 4156}

2/24b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Lesslies March — Aird 1 p 64, no 185.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 11 15}

2/25a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Sukey bids me — Aird 1 p 49, no 140. See 3/91c Miss Connell’s reel.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:|  = 3x4 ~ 1516 5226}

2/25b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Wilkes’s Wriggle — Aird 1 p 51, no 145.  {6:8d ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 15 42}

2/25c   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Lasses of Dunse — Aird 1 p 55, no 158.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 52 15}

2/26a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Shan[h corrected  < e?]truish — Aird 1 p 55, no 159 Shantruish.  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1127 3247}

2/26b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Tailors March — Aird 1 p 60, no 173.  {6:8d ~ 2x4:|: two cadences each part ~ 66 42 (tonic a?}

2/26c   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Three sheep skins — Aird 1 p 61, no 178.  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1355 4452}

2/27a   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Free Masons March — Aird 1 p 60, no 175. See 3/100a The weaver’s jig (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x4:: ~ 13 72 13 35}

2/27b   [Dr Swan’s book]    The Rangers Frolic — Aird 1 p 62, no 180.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:|:8:| ~ 11 34}

2/27c   [Dr Swan’s book]    Lass if I come near you — Aird 1 p 63, no 183.  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1327 1315}

2/28a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Come ashore Jolly tar &c — Aird 1 p 66, no 190.  {Cg ~ 3x8:|:8:| ~ 3332 7365}

2/28b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Come hap me with thy petticoat — Aird 1 p 65, no 187.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 7411 7777 (tonic e) or 5266 5555 (tonic g)}

2/29a   [Dr Swan’s book]    Buttered pease — Aird 1 p 68, no 197.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: (2nd half of bar 7 repeated in error) ~ 35 46 35 42 (4 bars)}

2/29b   [Dr Swan’s book]    Sae Braley as I was Kissed yestreen — Aird 1 p 69, no 200.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 51 27 27}

2/29c    Kelso Lasses — Cf Stewart Airs 1 p 21, no 45.  9:8 [corrected from 6:8?] ~ 2x4:|: ~ 133 132}

2/30a    The London Camp — Cf Stewart Airs 1 p 23, no 51.  {6:8d ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 14 32}

2/30b    Whip her & gird her — Cf Stewart Airs 1 pp 24–25, no 53.  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 11 13 11 24}

2/31a    Kick the Rogue out — Cf Stewart Airs 1 p 27, no 59.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 315 316}

2/31b    A trip up stairs — Cf Stewart Airs 1 p 29, no 62.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 75 32 75}

2/31c    Duchess of Gordons reel — Cf Stewart Airs 1 p 55, no 115; Kerr 2 p 17.  {Cd ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 5551 5524}

2/32a    The Humours of Dublin — Cf Stewart Airs 1 p 34, no 70; Gow Repos 1 p 36.  {6:8c ~ 3x8:|: 8:| ~ 13 52 13 42}

2/32b    O’er the Muir to Kettie — Cf Stewart Airs 1 p 27, no 58.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8| ~ 1155 5111}

2/33a   [O’F]    Castletown HuntOFPC 1 p 6.  {6:8d ~ 4||8:|:4:|:8|| ~ 51 16}

2/33b   [O’F]    Bless Tipperary  slow — OFPC 1 p 8.  {Cd ~ 4||13|| ~ 5115 4332}

2/34a   [O’F]    A Trip to KillarneyOFPC 1 p 9.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: 8:| ~ 15 55 15 24}

2/34b   [O’F]    Pay the Reconing [sic] — OFPC 1 p 17. See 1/15a, 4/71a An seanduine.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 35 15 23}

2/35a   [O’F]    The Happy Mistake — OFPC 1 p 18.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 12 36}

2/35b   [O’F]    The Gemby oh! — OFPC 1 p 19 The Gobbyo.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 31 51 27 47}

2/35c   [O’F]    Dour a lingOFPC 1 p 24.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 31 31 24 27}

2/36a   [O’F]    The Major — OFPC 1 p 24. See 2/47b Nelly Cusack.  {6:8a ~ 4:|:8:|:4:|:4:|: ~ 31 12}

2/36b   [O’F]    The Bucks of TipperaryOFPC 1 p 25. — See 1/94a, 3/94a Malichi Daly.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 16 55 11 43}

2/36c   [O’F]    Adieu Adieu thou Faithless world — OFPC 1 p 25. See 4/85e. See also 2/177a, 4/159e The hermit of Killarney. {Ca ~ 4:|:4|| ~ 1151 3325}

2/37a   [O’F]    The Humours of CastlecomberOFPC 1 p 26.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1353 6277}

2/37b   [O’F]    Helvic HeadOFPC 1 pp 28–29.  {6:8g ~ 5x8:|: ~ 12 22 12 11}

2/38a   [O’F]    Byrne’s March — OFPC 1 pp 30–31.  Cd ~ 2x16:|: ~ 1157 1154}

2/38b–39   [O’F]    The Hens ConcertOFPC 1 p 42.  {Cd ~ 8:|:12:|: ~ 1155 3355}

2/39   [O’F]    Griegs pipes — OFPC 1 p 43.  {Cd ~ 4x4:|: ~ 5353 5326}

2/40a   [O’F]    The Soup of good drinkOFPC 1 p 33. See 2/120c & 3/19a, Gallagher’s jig, 3/18b An brísdín bréide.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 57  46 45}

2/40b   [O’F]    The Rakes of ClonmellOFPC 1 p 48. See 3/135b.  {6:8c ~ 3x8:|: ~ 17 51}

2/40c–41   [O’F]    Fairly shut of herOFPC 1 p 49.  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 11 13 11 72}

2/41   [O’F]    Cosa buidhe árda deargaOFPC 1 p 52 Cusabue ord. See 3/22a, 4/4e–5 [Jackson’s] Cogue in the evening.  {9:8g ~ 3x4:|: 8:| ~ 313 314}

2/42a   [O’F]    The Boyne HuntOFPC 1 p 50.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 15 55 65 42}

2/42b   [O’F]    The Humours of Ballinamult. prátaoi dearga as bláthach   [Irish corrected by overwriting] — OFPC 1 p 54.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 51 52 51 57}

2/42c   [O’F]    Sheelin a ghra will you be mine [all roman]  — OFPC 1 p 55 Sheeling O Guira.  {6:8c ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 36 75 17 63 tonic c?}

2/43a   [O’F]    The Dublin volunteersOFPC 1 p 55. Cf Aird 2 p 51, no 137.  {Cg ~ 8||4:|: ~ 1512 4531}

2/43b   [O’F]    Fain to follow meOFPC 1 p 56.  {6:8d ~ 8||8||16|| ~ 31 22 31 71}

2/44a   [O’F]    The Good Fellow   [pencil JG, small, after:] siobánín [?] seóOFPC 1 p 60.  {9:8f ~ 4x4:|: ~ 113 114}

2/44b–45   [O’F]    Past one o clock  slow — OFPC 1 pp 68–69.  {3:4a ~ 8:|:16:|:8:|:16|| ~ 561 113}

2/45a   [O’F]    Jacksons DreamOFPC 1 p 72.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 11 54 53 22}

2/45b   [O’F]    Coughlan’s MarchOFPC 1 p 72.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 3351 2262}

2/46a   [O’F]    Why should we part so soonOFPC 1 p 73.  {3:4a ~ 13::15  = 6+7+8+7 ~ 165 561 112}

2/46b   [O’F]    Wild oatsOFPC 1 p 79.  {6:8a ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 51 14 62 24}

2/46c   [O’F]    Quick stepOFPC 1 p 23.  {2:4d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 13 42 31 25 (4 bars)}

2/47a    Smash the windows — Cf Ryan p 115; ONDMI no 386. See 1/36b Teann an síoda.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 13 12 43 24}

2/47b    Nelly Cusack    607 — Cf OFPC 1 p 24 The Major. See 2/36a The major.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 31 12 31 42}

2/47c    Paddy O’Snap — Cf Alexander Flowers p 40; Koehler 3 p 206.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 313 427}

2/48a  •  The Merry Bag piper608  Part 1: cf 1/47b Miss Pierce’s Reel.   {2:4g ~ 4||8||4|| ~ 1153 2466 (tonic g) or 3375 4611 (tonic e)}

2/48b    I have a wife of my own    609 — Related versions of this are very common in print. See 3/150c Naebody.  {9:8g ~ 4:|8|| ~ 135 165}

2/48c  •  Miss Nortons jig    610  {9:8g ~ 4:|:4:|:4:| ~ 136 552}

2/49a    Temple House — Cf Kerr 1 p 33. See 1/186a Hurley burley. See 1/134a (reel version of this jig),3/112a The grey goose.  {6:8g ~ 8||16|| ~ 13 53 72 42}

2/49b    The Humours of Donnybrook — Cf Yedis Donnybrook.  {6:8g ~ 24|| ~ 51 62 53 11}

2/50a    The Unfortunate Rake — Copy of  4/97a.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 51 24 11 25}

2/50b    The Dawning of the Day  [JG:] (?) — Cf Holden ISQT 2 p 19.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 5533 6661}

2/50c    Fire in the Mountains — Cf Holden ISQT 2 p 11.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 51 35 51 24}

2/51a  •  [Swan MS]  •  John MacGuire. same as Táiliúir an Mhagaig vol. III p. 121  •  611 — Cf the air commonly used for the song ‘Siobhán Ní Dhuibhir’. See 3/15c Mártan na glóire, 3/121c.  {3:8g ~ 4x5|| ~ 555 531}

2/51b   [Swan MS]    Twice Trick’d [JG pencil after:] Humours of Glyn [n?] — Cf Holden ISQT 2 p 25; Clinton Gems no 133.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 65 15 65 26}

2/51c  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Soldiers Dance    612 — Cf Hime Pocket book p 16 Soldier’s dance after the battle; Aird 4 p 17, no 46. See 3/172c Kitty got her clinking (part 2).  {Cg ~ 2x4:|:4:| ~ 5151 5132}

2/52a  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Cockers of Limerick  •  613  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 65 65 53 22 (tonic g, final a)}

2/52b  •  [Swan MS]  •  Follow me Lads  •  614 — Slip jig incorrectly written as 6:8. Title: slang for curls or ribbons hanging over a girl’s shoulder. Cf Aird 5 p 38, no 99 Hey me Nanny, Irish.  {6:8 [9:8] ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 155 152}

2/52c  •  [Swan MS]  •  Welcome here again [JG pencil after:] – ? Cf Thompson’s compleat 3 no 93. See 3/29c.  {Cd ~ 2x4:| two cadences each part ~ 1555 1552 ~}

2/53a  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Bantry jig  •  615 — Cf Moylan JOL no 108 Jimmy Doyle’s slide. See 2/10c Tatter the Rags.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 41 56 41 55}

2/53b  •  [Swan MS]  •  The sandy Banks of Rush  •  616  {Cd ~ 8||4:: ~ 5551 5523}

2/53c  •  [Swan MS]  •  Lough Erne’s Water  •  617  {Cd ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 5313 5551}

2/54a  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Humours of Redgap  •  618  {Cg ~ 8||8:| ~ 4366 7611}

2/54b  •  [Swan MS]  •  When Mary was a young thing  •  619  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 5113 2772 (tonic g, final a)}

2/54c  •  [Swan MS]  •  A Highland Reel. See page 157. vol:III    620 — Cf Aird 5 p 5, no 12. See 3/157c The humours [of] Bally Connell.  {Cd ~ 3x4:|: ~ 1315  5522}

2/55a  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Gipsy  •  621  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5153 5122}

2/55b   [Swan MS]    Trip it up stairs — Cf OFPC 2 p 97. See 1/113a.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 43 51 51}

2/55c   [Swan MS]    The Basket of oysters    622  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 73 52 51 25}

2/56a  •  [Swan MS]  •  Lady Harriet Hopes Reel  •  623 — Cf Aird 2 p 38, no 104.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 1564 2272}

2/56b  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Humours of Glasses    624 — Part 2: see 2/155a Think on me (part 1).  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 5335 4224}

2/56c   [Swan MS]    The Scotch Bonnet    625 — Cf OFPC 3 p 45 Sweet Molly. See 3/222b A short way to Heaven.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1544 5472}

2/57a  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Bucks of Westmeath, or “Humours of the holy stone” vol. III p. 103  •  626 — At the end of item: ‘or’ [?] plus one bar of 6:8 music (unrelated?). See 3/103b (part 1), 1/29c The Humours of Berehaven (part 2).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 34 34 22}

2/57b  •  [Swan MS]  •  Jackey from Dover    627  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 11 42 35 32}

2/57c  •  [Swan MS]  •  Over the Bridge to Peggy  •  628 — Part 1: cf Aird 4 p 69, no 183 Can ye sew cushions {Cg ~ 4||4|| ~ 1153 1155}

2/57d  •  [Swan MS]  •  The primrose girl  •  629 — UCC p [72], no 19.  What the devil/dickens ails. Cf ONDMI no 605 Kitty got a clinking coming from the races. See 1/217b High road to London, 3/133b The Linster Highroad.  {Cd ~ 4:|:4:|: ~ 3311 6622}

2/58a  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Scolding wife [pencil:] see page 152    630 — Cf P-S no 476; ONMI no 1430. See 2/152a.  {Cg ~ 2x4:: ~ 3255 7211}

2/58b  •  [Swan MS]  •  The Lads of Ayr    631  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1151 2216}

2/58c   [Swan MS]    Shake the Feathers    632  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1135 2275}

2/59a    Bona Notte — Cf Alexanders scrap book vol 5 p 3; Hamilton HUT 1 p 66 Buona notte amata bene. Venetian air.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 1133 6655}

2/59b    Charming Nelly Gray — Cf Hanby.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 5552 3617}

2/59c    My old Kentucky home — Song by Stephen Foster. Cf Kerr 2 p 46; Stephano p 23.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 3312 4455}

2/60a    Pretty star of the Night — Cf Waylett Pretty star.  {3:4g  ~ | $ 20  = 8+8+4||16  = 8+8|| $ ~ 333 323}

2/60b  •  The Lass of Pattys Mill    633 — Cf Kerrs Caledonian p 30; Rileys flute 2 p 67.  {Cf ~ 32||  = 8x4 ~ 3235 1135}

2/61a  •  The perfect cure    634 — Common in print in 6:8 time, and still current in Munster dance-music repertory.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 75 31 22 (4 bars) rather than 351[1] 7254 (2 bars)}

2/61b    Willie we have missed you — Song by Stephen Foster.  {2:4g ~ 8||16  = 8+8|| ~ 52 35 43 22 (4 bars)}

2/61c    Good news from home — Non-traditional song [composed by Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore].  {6:8g ~ 24  = 3x8|| ~ 1533 4235}

2/62a  •  The Black Bird    635 — Cf OFPC 2 p 132; Mulhollan SIST p 2. See 1/228a.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 6755 1143}

2/62b    Katty Darling [pencilled after by JG:] “Vaga Luna” (Bellini) — Cf Cameron p 40.  {Cd ~ 22  = 16+appendix|| ~ 3427}

2/63a    Lough nagan [read nagar] — Cf Forde 300 NM 2 p 18.  {Cg ~ 16|| ~ 1155 1311}

[Here begins the copying from Pigot’s MS collection — as far as 2/119b incl. these had been copied by Pigot from Forde’s MSS (‘ < F’). Pigot’s alternative titles, where useful, are shown here after a slash.]

2/63b   [Pigot]    The Bird alone — Pigot  p 705d  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 312 ( < F).  {Cf ~ 3x4|| ~ 1116 6652}

2/63c   [Pigot]    Trip with the Roving Shooler — Pigot p 705c  < F. See  1/67b.  {2:4c ~ 4!|8!| ~ 14 55 61 21 (4 bars)}

2/63d   [Pigot]    Hear me you thats looking for a wife — Pigot p 705b  < F. Cf P-S no 386.  {Cg ~ 6||6|| ~ 5576 1556}

2/64a   [Pigot]    He left the poor widows a weeping (war tune) — Pigot p 705a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 325 ( < F).  {3:4bflat ~ 12||12||  = 4x(4+2) ~ 333 421}

2/64b   [Pigot]    The Weaver’s Daughter — Pigot p 704f  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 301 ( < F).  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 1121 7654}

2/64c   [Pigot]    Where is the Key that will open the lock — Pigot p 704c  < F.  {6:8g ~ 18  = 4x4+2|| ~ 12 77}

2/65a   [Pigot]    I heard a maid in Bedlam making sore complaint — Pigot p 704a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 319–20 ( < F). {Cd ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 1165   5521}

2/65b   [Pigot]    Sagartín [sic] grána — Pigot p 703a The little ugly priest / The pretty mild girl  < F.  {3:4d ~ 12  = 3x4|| ~ 112 175}

2/65c   [Pigot]    David Foy – Remember the pease straw — Pigot p 703b  < F. Cf P-S nos 682–83.  {2:4g ~ 4||12  = 3x4|| ~ 62 16 31 11 (4 bars)}

2/65d   [Pigot]    He plays on the Flute that will marry me — Pigot p 703d  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 305 He that will marry me  ( < F).  {Cg ~ 8|| ~ 1465 2114}

2/66a   [Pigot]    Some say I’m foolish & some say I’m wise — Pigot p 703c  < F. Cf P-S no 793, attrib. to Pigot.  {3:4b ~ 8||8!| ~ 113 363 211 665}

2/66b   [Pigot]    Let him drink to his best Beloved — Pigot p 703e  < F.  {3:4c ~ 8  = 4x2|| ~ 446 221}

2/66c   [Pigot]    Boot him & spur him & send him to me — Pigot p 703f  < F.  {6:8g ~ 8|| ~ 51 25}

2/66d   [Pigot]    I long to wed Because I love — Pigot p 703g  < F.  {6:8c ~ 8  = 4+4|| ~ 51 37}

2/66e   [Pigot]    The Big long white cat — Pigot p 703i  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 326 ( < F) Peely cuit bán.  {6:8g ~ 8  = 4x2|| ~ 11 11 11 22}

2/67a   [Pigot]    Take my life for his she said — Pigot p 703h  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 319 ( < F).  {Cg ~ 4||12  = 3x4|| ~ 4351 3216}

2/67b   [Pigot]    I’m a widow & a [a corrected  < m] maid  [pencil JG:] A Dháití is a ghradh gal [?] vol III p 116 A Dháithín ghrá ghil — Pigot p 702e  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 321 ( < F).  {3:4g$ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 112 653}

2/67c   [Pigot]    Pretty Polly like a Trooper did ride — Pigot p 702d  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 324–25 ( < F).  {3:4d ~ 4||12  = 3x4|| ~ 623 155}

2/68a   [Pigot]    At Cloone church gate the Fight began — Pigot p 702f  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 324 ( < F).  {6:8g ~ 8  = 4x2|| ~ 54 21}

2/68b   [Pigot]    The Fairy troop — Pigot p 702b  < F. Cf P-S no 544, atttib. to Pigot.  {Cf ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 3332 5552}

2/68c   [Pigot]    The Bag of Sundries — Pigot p 702a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 321 ( < F).  {2:4c ~ 2x8|| ~ 3115 5112}

2/68d   [Pigot]    Bold Captain Freney — Pigot p 701b  < F; not Joyce OIFMS p 228–29. Cf P-S no 734.  {2:4d ~ 12  = 6x2|| ~ 57 65 24 32 (4 bars, tonic d) or 13 21 57 65 (tonic a)}

2/69a   [Pigot]    Bold Val O’Hara — Pigot p 701f  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 326 ( < F).  {Cd Joyce: 2  Bb ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 5576 1217}

2/69b   [Pigot]    The Downhill of life — Pigot p 701c  < F. Cf P-S no 557 (6:8 time).  {3:4g ~ 7:|:19||  = 4+3 4+3+4+3+5 ~ 116 113}

2/69c   [Pigot]    What shall I do My lover’s going to wed — Pigot p 701a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 326 ( < F).  {3:4g ~ 10||10||  = 4x5 ~ 143 212}

2/70a   [Pigot]    It is not day nor morning  .i. poc air/ ar buille Vol:III.11  smartly [?] — Pigot p 700e  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 349 (attrib. to Pigot).  {2:4c ~ 57 15 56 62 (4 bars)}

2/70b   [Pigot]    Raging Seas & stormy waves have parted my love & I, The  “Lowlands of Holland” Vol III. p121 — Pigot p 700c  < F.  {Cg ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 1765 5563}

2/70c   [Pigot]    The Blessington maid — Pigot p 700b  < F. Cf P-S no 539, attrib. to Pigot.  {3:4f ~ 12||12|| ~ 511 341}

2/71a   [Pigot]    An Bunnán buidhe — Pigot p 699e  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 314–15 ( < F).  {Cd ~ 4!|4||4|| ~ 5543 5376}

2/71b   [Pigot    Buachailín na gruaige donn  .i. bean dubh an ghleanna — Pigot p 699c  < F.  {3:4g ~ 4||8|| ~ 115 116}

2/71c   [Pigot]    Cúl na lúb — Pigot p 698f / ‘curly locks (to a young man)  < F’. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 318 ( < F).  {Cg ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 5131 3615}

2/72a   [Pigot]    Is buacailín beag óg me — Pigot p 698e  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 321 ( < F) I am a young little boy (‘a song on leaving home’).  {2:4g ~ 7||15  = 8+7|| ~ 33 23 61 51 (4 bars)}

2/72b   [Pigot]    Is truagh me a Sagsana — Pigot p 698d  < F. Cf P-S no 1178.  {2:4g ~ 4||12  = 3x4|| ~ 26 65 51 65 (4 bars, tonic g?) or 15 54 47 54 (tonic & final a)}

2/72c   [Pigot]    The Dwarf of the glens — Pigot p 698b / I love a woman  < F. Cf P-S no 542, attrib. to Pigot.  {3:4c ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 353 111}

2/73a   [Pigot]    Here’s a health to the young man runs most in my mind — Pigot p 698a  < F. Cf P-S no 315.  {3:4g ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 512 112}

2/73b   [Pigot]    Civil Mild O’Reilly  (sochamhuil) — Pigot p 697f  / ’98 song  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 323–24 ( < F) Mild O’Reilly: ‘A song of 1798 was written to this’.  {3:4d ~ 8||8|| ~ 111 133}

2/73c   [Pigot]    Máire Deas — Pigot p 697a  < F; not P-S no 1163. {Cd ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 1131 6153}

2/74a   [Pigot]    Tá cleamhnus dá dhéanamh, or The Banks of the Daisies — Pigot p 696f  < F. Cf P-S no 1253.  {Cg ~ 8|| ~ 5671 5611}

2/74b   [Pigot]    Well done, cries she, Brave Donnelly — Pigot p 696e  < F. Cf P-S no 316.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 51 15}

2/74c   [Pigot]    I’ll travel to Mount Nebo — Pigot p 696d  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 322 ( < F).  {Cf /g ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 3121 7754}

2/75a   [Pigot]    Bodaig an bhéarla — Pigot p 696a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 386 ( < F).  {6:8g ~ 4||8|| ~ 51 46}

2/75b   [Pigot]    I wish I was in Banagher — Pigot p 696b  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 303 ( < F).  {Cg  ~ 4||12  = 3x4|| ~ 1765 5565}

2/75c   [Pigot]    Darling dont refuse me — Pigot p 696c  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 324 ( < F).  {Cg  ~ 16  = 8+8|| ~ 5331 1135}

2/76a   [Pigot]    Lord send the French without delay — Pigot p 695e / (’98 song’)  < F. Cf P-S no 313.  {Cd ~ 4!|8  = 4+4|| ~ 1176 6535}

2/76b   [Pigot]    Search the World round  [JG:] (seoladh na ngamhna?) — Pigot p 695d  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 327 ( < F).  {2:4g  ~ 2x16|| ~ 16 61 52 61 (4 bars)}

2/76c   [Pigot]    A bhean an tighe na suairc é sin? — Pigot p 695e / (’98 song)  < F. Cf Petrie AMI pp 54–56 ( < Pigot).  {6:8g ~ 10  = 5x2|| ~ 1321 17 65}

2/76d   [Pigot]    Donchadh bán (caoneadh) [sic] — Pigot p 694e / A young woman’s lament for the death of her brother  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 326–27 ( < F).  {KS g, no TS or barring ~ code ?}

2/77a   [Pigot]    Erin My Country, Oh — Pigot p 695b  < F Cf Joyce OIFMS p 304–305 ( < F).  {Cd  ~ 8||8|| ~ 1356 1242}

2/77b   [Pigot]    The Dolphin so sweet [corrected  < seet] in the middle of the deep — Pigot p 694b  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 323.  {2:4g  ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 15 12 42 35 (4 bars)}

2/77c   [Pigot]    Una a rúin (Lament) [all roman] — Pigot p 694f  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 318 ( < F). {KS d, no TS or barring. Two parts (2nd part has ‘uch on on (Caoine)’ written above start) ~ code ?}

2/78a   [Pigot]    Seaghan Gab — Pigot p 693g  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S nos 1223, 1224 (but different settings).  {3:4f ~ 8||16||  = 6x4 ~ 321 155}

2/78b   [Pigot]    The Maid of sweet Gurtheen — Pigot p 693f  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S nos 328–29 (but different settings).  {Cf, all E’s are flattened ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 1135 7765}

2/78c   [Pigot]    Erin’s Lovely Home  [+JG pencil:] ?Mary Neil? — Pigot p 693e  < F.  {Ce fl ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 5553 6536}

2/79a   [Pigot]    Dearbhráthair mo chroidhe — Pigot p 693c  < F  < Hud; not Joyce OIFMS p 212–13.  {3:8f ~ 6||18||  = 4x6 ~ 123 317}

2/79b   [Pigot]    Ól Dán— Pigot p 692f  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 275–76 ( < F  < Hud).  {3:4g ~ 4!|8||8|| ~ 165 265}

2/79c   [Pigot]    The time is drawing nigh when we must part — Pigot p 692e  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 275–76 ( < Pigot), air +4 verses.  Joyce had a broadside of it.  {Cf ~ 8||8!| ~ 1271 2754}

2/80a   [Pigot]    Biddy I’m not jesting — Pigot p 692c  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 307.  {Cc ~ 8||8|| ~ 5132 2353}

2/80b   [Pigot]    Caitlín Nolan [gaelic +roman]  — Pigot p 692b  < F  < Hud.  {3:4f ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 111 642}

2/80c   [Pigot]    The Red haired Man’s wife — Pigot p 692a  < F  < Hud.  {3:4f ~ 10||10||  = 4x5 ~ 232 112}

2/81a   [Pigot]    It was a fair Calm morning — Pigot p 691g  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 263–64 ( < F).  {Cb ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 3214 7721}

2/81b   [Pigot]    Oro a dtiucfadh tú  [at end:] spinning song — Pigot p 691f  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 264 ( < F).  {Cc ~ 8||  ‘chorus’  8|| ~ 1117 6633}

2/81c   [Pigot]    An Seanduine crom [JG:]  – (young wife & old man)  quick [at start], slow [bar 9] — Pigot p 691e  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 1224.  {3:4c ~ | ‘(She)’ 8|| ‘He’ 8|| ~ 757 343 232 121 (all notes, 4 bars)}

2/81d   [Pigot]    The Green Bushes — Pigot p 691b  < F  < Hud. P-S nos 369–70 are different settings of the tune.  {3:4f [3 corrected from  < 6?] ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 112 712}

2/82a   [Pigot]    Song of Una very anceint [sic] from which/w’s [?] Killicrankie — Pigot p 691d  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 550.  {Cc ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 5163 5164}

2/82b    [Pigot]    Séamus O Murchudhadh [Murchadhadh?]   (Caoineadh) — Pigot p 690e / The lament of James Murphy  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 257–58 ( < F).  {3:4f ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 112 555}

2/82c   [Pigot]    Bridget you know what I mean — Pigot p 690a  < F  < Hud.  {3:4f ~ 12||12||  = 8x3 ~ 121 652}

2/83a   [Pigot]    Protection from the Gallows — Pigot p 689d / Dan Read’s gallows song / The Knights Templars  < F  < Hud.  {6:8c ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 32 15}

2/83b   [Pigot]    I am a bold Defender (98) — Pigot p 689c  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 434.  {6:8c ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 17 53}

2/83c   [Pigot]    Sliabh Mór  slow — Pigot p 689b  < F  < Hud.  {Cc ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 5133 3422}

2/84a   [Pigot]    Johnny Gibbons March (‘98) — Pigot p 688d  < F  < Hud.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 16 35}

2/84b   [Pigot]    get up my Darling & come with me — Pigot p 688c  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 262 ( < F).  {Cf ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 1612 6136}

2/84c   [Pigot]   Coinnleach glas an fhomhair — Pigot p 688b  < F  < Hud.  {Cf ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 1444 6616}

2/85a   [Pigot]    Bring home the Bride — Pigot p 687e  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 261–62 ( < F).  {Cf ~ 8||8||  = 4:4 ~ 5132 2356}

2/85b   [Pigot]    If my Peggy leave me forever I’ll be a bird alone — Pigot p 687d  < F  < Hud (differs from Joyce OIFMS p 312 The bird alone, and from P-S nos 611–12).  {C[c, flat on B deleted] ~ 8||8!|  = 4x4 ~ 7645 7764}

2/85c   [Pigot]    Derry Brien — Pigot p 687c  < F  < Hud. {Cc ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1317 6535}

2/86a   [Pigot]    The Foggy morning — Pigot p 686e  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 254 ( < F).  {3:4c ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 323 155}

2/86b   [Pigot]    The Morning star  [JG:] same as Maidin Aoibhinn Aorach — Pigot p 685e / or “The song of Jenny Ward”  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 262 ( < F). See 1/268a.  {Cg ~ 8:|16||  = 6x4 ~ 1137 6653}

2/86c   [Pigot]    I’d cross the world [corrected  <ocean?] over with you Johnny Doyle — Pigot p 685g  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 628 I’d range...  {Cc ~ 8||  = 4x2 ~ 3156 5117}

2/87a   [Pigot]    Mo chuid don tsaoghal éoluigh liom   Slow — Pigot p 685b / Margaret O’Neil  < F  < Hud.  {6:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 11 72}

2/87b   [Pigot]    One evening in June – “youth & Bloom” [+JG pencil:] see rough notes — Pigot p 684d  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 828.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 4112 1472}

2/87c   [Pigot]    Móda dheas ní Dúda — Pigot p 684a  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 1351.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 6757 3171}

2/88a   [Pigot]    An Cóta Mór stractha — Pigot p 683f  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 1350.  {3:4f ~ 20||  = 4x5 ~ 661 536}

2/88b   [Pigot]    Joy be with you — Pigot p 683c  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 995.  {6:8c ~ 8||8|| ~ 35 35 32 15}

2/88c   [Pigot]    The Deserter — Pigot p 682a  < F  < Hud.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 1565 5133}

2/89a   [Pigot]    Gradh mo chroidhe do shean wig — Pigot p 681b  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 346–47 ( < P).  {C]f ~ 3x8|| ~ 5113 5533}

2/89b   [Pigot]    Scora na wallaige [roman]    (drinking/ drinker’s song) — Pigot p 678f  < F  < Hud. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 377 ( < F).  {6:8c ~ 4!|8|| ~ 33 22}

2/89c   [Pigot]    Coulin (The old) — Pigot p 678e  < F  < Hud. Cf similar setting at P-S no 599.  {3:4c ~ 8||8|| ~ 111 351}

2/90a   [Pigot]    The pooca [‘a’ corr  < ah: poocah?] — Pigot p 678a  < F  < Hud. Cf P-S no 1107.  {6:8f ~ 8||8|| ~ 53 11}

[End of Hudson].

  2/90b   [Pigot]    Buggie faoi Hussie [roman-gaelic-roman]  (old jig .i. bogadh faoi shúsa [bracket not closed] — Pigot p 674c  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 265 ( < F).  {9:8f ~ 3x4:|:4 part 1:‘1st part an octave higher’ ! 4 part 2: ‘2nd part an octave higher’  |: 5x4:|:4:| ~ 113 134}

2/91a   [Pigot]    Sweet Cailín Ruadh [roman-gaelic] — Pigot p 674a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 9 ( < F).  {Cd ~ 9||  = 4x2 +1 ~ 4471 5211}

2/91b   [Pigot]    ’S maith duine og — Pigot p 672d  < F. Cf P-S no 1233.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1234 5111}

2/92a   [Pigot]    Is air maidin dom/domh? de Luain — Pigot p 673a  < F. Cf P-S no 1165.  {Cc ~ 8||8|| ~ 5117 7733}

2/92b   [Pigot]    Jacksons Maid — Pigot p 671a  < F. Cf P-S nos 796–97. {6:8g ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 53 47}

2/92c–93   [Pigot]    The Faery Queen — Pigot p 669a  < F.  {3:4d ~ 15:|:16:|:16:| bar 2a om. ~ 116 116}

2/93a   [Pigot]    The Separation of soul & body — Pigot p 668a  < F. Cf P-S no 671, attrib. to Carolan. Cf Neal 1724 p 16, no 24.  {Cf ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 5111 3217}

2/93b   [Pigot]    The wild geese, or Roving pedlar — Pigot p 668e  < F. Cf Neal p 24, no 39 Gye Fiane.  {3:4c ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 332 261}

2/94a   [Pigot]    Irish air — Pigot p 666a Anon  < F.  {3:4f ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 132 155}

2/94b   [Pigot]    Cois abhann [b corrected  < m] na Sionainne — Pigot p 664c  < F; JG omits bar 5 in copying. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 266 Cois aimhne na leamhna: Beside the river Laune.  {3:4f ~ 7||12|| ~ 111 724}

2/94c   [Pigot]   Molly Brallaghan — Pigot p 662d Anon  < F.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 4443 2226}

2/95a   [Pigot]    Rúisg a bhean na tóna  (Carolan) — Pigot p 664a / The quarrel with the landlady  < F.  {3:4g ~ 20||20|| 8+8+4 +8+8+4 ~ 113 111}

2/95b   [Pigot]    Jig — Pigot p 660a  < F.  {6:8f ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 51 32}

2/96a   [Pigot]    Humours of Limerick (Jackson) — Pigot p 657a  < F; BBJ no 55.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 15 15}

2/96b   [Pigot]    The Sprightly Widow — Pigot p 656e  < F. Cf P-S no 590.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 74 62}

2/97a   [Pigot]    Jacksons Lodge — Pigot p 657b  < F; BBJ no 1; parts 1–3: cf Jackson JCIT p 1 Cossey’s jigg. See 2/165a Jacksons maids in the morning, 3/120a Humours of Newtown, 3/181a.  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 43 23}

2/97b   [Pigot]    Paddy O Doody — Pigot p 656a  < F.  {6:8g ~ 12||  = 2x4 +4 ~ 13 11}

2/98a   [Pigot]    Gille mo Chroidhe — Pigot p 655e  < F.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 47 11}

2/98b   [Pigot]    Leather, or The Shoemakers Fancy — Pigot p 655d  < F. See 3/99c Boring the leather.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 77 44}

2/98c   [Pigot]    Humours of Glenflesk — Pigot p 655c  < F. {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 32 31 32 65}

2/99a   [Pigot]    Jig. Wood & married an a’ — Pigot p 655b  < F. Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 167.  {9:8g ~ 4||4|| ~ 753 577}

2/99b   [Pigot]    Humours of Tallagh — Pigot p 654c  < F. See 3/42b.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 6 [r.5]2 34 54 32}

2/99c   [Pigot]    The Monaghan jig — Pigot p 652e  < F.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|:8:| ~ 31 35 31 24}

2/100a   [Pigot]    Ogánaigh óig — Pigot p 649a  < F.  {3:4d ~ 20||  = 4x5 ~ 153 776}

2/100b   [Pigot]    Irish air. a good version of Dar mo bhasa-sa [a] Sheaghain — Pigot p 649b Anon  < F. See 3/7a.  {3:4f ~ 8:|:16:| ~ 667 551}

2/100c   [Pigot]    Jig (Jackson) — Pigot p 648e  < F. See  2/13a The lads of Dunse.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 5116 6562 or 5116 65 62}

2/101a   [Pigot]    Gregor Mor [roman]  — Pigot p 647b  < F.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| part 1 ~ 3226 6111}

2/101b   [Pigot]    Before the first dawn of Day — Pigot p 645f  < F.  {9:8g ~ 4||4||  = 4x2 ~ 325 232}

2/101c   [Pigot]    Shannon side — Pigot p 638a / James Irwin, or Shannon side  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 279  < F.  {Cc ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 1166 5535}

2/102a   [Pigot]    The sly Wooer — Pigot p 637e  < F. Cf Neal 1724 p 12 no 16 Radara meen chusogh.  {Cc ~ 8||8| ~ 5117 3443}

2/102b   [Pigot]    The Weavers Daughter of the County Down — Pigot p 637d  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 284–85  < F.  {3:4g ~ 4:|:8||  = A [A]BA ~ 411 357}

2/102c   [Pigot]    When first I left old Ireland — Pigot p 637c  < F. Cf P-S no 863 (another setting)  {Cc ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 1117 3113}

2/103a   [Pigot]    Siubhail a bhean dubh ó! — Pigot p 636e  < F Go home, go home dear cousin. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 283  < F.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 22 14}

2/103b   [Pigot]    Peggy a rúin! — Pigot p 636b  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 295  < F.  {6:8g ~ 10||  = 4+4+2? ~ 51 22}

2/103c   [Pigot]    The Killesny Maiden — Pigot p 636a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 284  < F.  {3:4c ~ 8||8|| ~ 161 535}

2/104a   [Pigot]    Before I was married — Pigot p 635d  < F.  {6:8f ~ 8||8|| ~ 16 37}

2/104b   [Pigot]    Take Care of my Cap — Pigot p 635b  < F. Cf ONMI no 902 The rakes of Clonmel.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 37 51}

2/104c   [Pigot]    Irish Air — Pigot p 634d  < F.  {3:4g ~ 10||10:|  = 4x5 ~ 161 535}

2/105a   [Pigot]    Irish Air — Pigot p 633e  < F.  {Cg ~ 8  = 2x4||12  = 3x4|| ~ 1766 5333}

2/105b   [Pigot]    The Milk Maid — Pigot p 633b  < F.  {3:4c ~ 20||  = 4x5 ~ 161 441}

2/105c   [Pigot]    I lost my love — Pigot p 632b  < F. Cf P-S no 460; Cameron p 10.  {6:8c ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 11 33}

2/106a   [Pigot]    An Sean Duine ag luasgadh an chliabháin — Pigot p 632c  < F. See 2/139b Kildurrery hunt, 2/138a Nurses tune, 3/7b.  {3:4g ~ 8:|:16:|:8:|:16||  = 6x8 ~ 331 445}

2/106b   [Pigot]    Paddy get up — Pigot p 630f  < F.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 13 35}

2/107a   [Pigot]    The 3rd of August — Pigot p 630b  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 295  < F.  {Cg  Joyce 4 g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 3111 3661}

2/107b   [Pigot]    Knock & Come in — Pigot p 626a  < F.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|:8:| ~ 33 42}

2/108a   [Pigot]    Take a Kiss & let her alone — Pigot p 626b  < F. Cf P-S no 861 ( < Pigot).  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 17 51}

2/108b   [Pigot]    Moll Halfpenny also, “Brien the brave” — Pigot p 622b  < F. Cf other settings in Joyce pp 68–9, also Neal 1724 p 5 no 7.  {Cc ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 3117 3773}

2/108c   [Pigot]    The Red cheeked Lassie — Pigot p 620d  < F.  {3:4g ~ 8||16||  = 6x4 ~ 553 175}

2/109a   [Pigot]    Paddys slumber — Pigot p 619d < F.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 35 35}

2/109b   [Pigot]    Magennis from the Co Tyrone. Éamonn Mhágaine [Index: Mhágáine]] — Pigot p 618e  < F.  {3:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 112 555}

2/109c   [Pigot]    Blaris Moor — Pigot p 615b  < F ‘another setting’. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 108–110 (4 airs).  {Cg ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 3326 1135}

2/110a   [Pigot]    My Help is in God & Rory O’Moore — Pigot p 612b  < F.  Not P-S nos 740, 974 Rory O’Moore.  {3:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 113 517}

2/110b   [Pigot]    Kiss in the Kitchen — Pigot p 616c  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 294  < F.  {3:4d ~ 16||16||  = 4x8 ~ 1113 (4 bars), 53 135 (2 bars)}

2/111a   [Pigot]    Belfast Maids — Pigot p 612c  < F.  {Cg ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 5531 1365}

2/111b   [Pigot]    The Fairy [’s] Lamentation — Pigot p 610a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 294–95  < F.  {Cc ~ 10||11||  = 4+4+2 +4+3+4 ~ 1132 3343}

2/112a   [Pigot]    The Wicked throat that Drained the Barrel — Pigot p 609c  < F.  {3:4f ~ 16  = 8+8||15|| ~ 333 354}

2/112b   [Pigot]    The Newry Prentice Boy — Pigot p 600d  < F. Cf P-S no 364  < P. MacDowell.  {6:8d ~ 8:|8|| ~ 34 14}

2/113a   [Pigot]    Glaisín og na g-craobh — Pigot p 598a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 223 The little grey mare of the branches  < F.  {Cg ~ 10||  = 4+4+2 ~ 4322 2113}

2/113b   [Pigot]    My Honest dear Neighbour I neer Killed your cat — Pigot p 598b  < F. Cf P-S no 470.  {6:8g ~ 4:|8|| ~ 53 42}

2/113c   [Pigot]    Fallaing a fuair a chiorrbhadh(?) — Pigot p 597b / The cloak that got its combing  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 322–23  < F.  {3:4c ~ 15||  = 3x4 +3 ~ 755 112}

2/114a   [Pigot]    Milking time is over — Pigot p 595d  < F. Cf P-S no 298 ( < Pigot), set by Forde.  {Cg ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 5132 1651}

2/114b   [Pigot]    The Ballinaneach Rangers — Pigot p 591e  < F.  {6:8d ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 36 14}

2/114c   [Pigot]    Boheree (Roscommon) — Pigot p 589a  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 299–300  < F.  {Cf ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 1765 2161}

2/115a   [Pigot]    Bean an Fhir Ruadh — Pigot p 588d  < F; not P-S nos 1115, 1140.  {3:4g ~ 20||  = 4x5 ~ 557 111}

2/115b   [Pigot]    The Tin Ware Lass — Pigot p 588b  < F.  {Cf ~ 8||8|| ~ 1356 1215}

2/115c   [Pigot]    My love, what is the reason you can not fancy me — Pigot p 588a  < F. Cf P­S no 326.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 5121 3357}

2/116a   [Pigot]    The Greenwood Lad — Pigot p 586b  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 322  < F.  {3:4g ~ 8||8|| ~ 113 534}

2/116b   [Pigot]    Mourne Shore — Pigot p 585b  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 295  < F.  {Cg ~ 4!|2x4|| ~ 4323 1765}

2/116c   [Pigot]    I have a little Trade — Pigot p 585a  < F. Cf P-S no 758.  {Cg ~ 4:|4||DC ~ 6361 3611}

2/117a   [Pigot]    An Leanabh amhra — Pigot p 583e / The troublesome (uneasy) child  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 297  < F.  {Cg ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 1117 7127}

2/117b   [Pigot]    Múirnín geal mo chroidhe — Pigot p 582d  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 302  < F; not P-S no 1104.  {Cg ~ 4x4|| ~ 5331 1135}

2/117c   [Pigot]    Many a pleasant hour my love & I did pass — Pigot p 582c  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 322  < F.  {Cg ~ 4|!4!|4|| ~ 1541 7122}

2/118a   [Pigot]    Ta me corta  bhfearr [sic] liom bheith sa mbaille — Pigot p 581b  / Now I’m tired & wish I was at home (The prodigal son). Faint pencillings [by Joyce?] show unease with notation.  < F. Cf P-S no 1136 Tá mé sáruigh: bheárr liom ’san mbaile (The prodigal son). 3/79b is another setting.  {3:4c ~ 4x4|| ~ 665 533}

2/118b   [Pigot]    The Wexford Tragedy — Pigot p 580c  < F. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 325  < F.  {Cg ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 3432 4446}

2/118c   [Pigot]    The Red Haired Mans wife — Pigot p 580b  < F.  Not P-S nos 1115, 1140; not O’D 1850 p 166.  {3:4g ~ 20!|  = 4x5, $ not ~ 652 113}

2/119a   [Pigot]    An old man he courted me — Pigot p 574b  < F. Cf P-S no 527; Joyce OIFMS p 111.  {6:8g ~ 4||4!| ~ 52 55}

2/119b   [Pigot]    The young mans dream — Pigot p 571a  < F. See 4/24c.  {3:4g ~ 4||8|| ~ 135 336}

2/119c   [Pigot]    An Cailín deas ruadh — Pigot p 580a  < F. Cf Bunting 1840 p 66, instrumental setting; not P-S nos 1321–25.  {3:4f? ~ 20:|  = 4x5 ~ 555 445}

[End of Forde].

2/120a  •  [Pigot]  •  Rouse the Grouse    636 — Pigot p 565a  < Miss Ellen Phelan, Cork. Cf OFPC 1 p 69 Apples in winter; ONMI no 1110 Gillan’s apples{6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 11 15 52 22 (tonic d, final a) or 44 41 15 55 (tonic a}

2/120b   [Pigot]    Caitlín a stór (Carolan) — Pigot p 563a  < Miss Ellen Phelan. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 397 ‘noted by Miss Phelan from a piper in Kerry’. See 4/124 Planxty Drury.  {3:4g ~ 8:|:16:| ~ 511 557}

2/120c   [Pigot]    Jig [ink:] (Gallagher’s jig) — Pigot p 560b  < Miss Griffin. See 2/40a The soup of good drink, 3/18b An brísdín bréide, 3/19a.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 13 57}

2/121a   [Pigot]    I am a poor stranger that is far from my house [index: home] — Pigot p 558b  < Miss Griffin. Cf P-S no 799.  {3:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 355 265}

2/121b   [Pigot]    The pretty green banks of Cavan — Pigot p 547a  < Alexander Flowers. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 358 ( < Pigot).  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 51 22}

2/121c   [Pigot]    Paddy Mac Namara’s reel — Pigot p 546b  < Alexander Flowers.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|:4:| ~ 3211 5747}

2/122a   [Pigot]    An Cóta Caol — Pigot p 41b. Cf Walker 2 no 23.  {Cd ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 5535 2211}

2/122b   [Pigot]    Scotch air — Pigot’s page not located. Cf ONWSGM no 47 My only Jo and dearie O (from Wilson’s companion to the ballroom). See 2/193b. See 3/193b. {Cf ~ 8||8|| ~ 1131 1555}

2/122c   [Pigot]   Tumble the jug — Pigot p 340b. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 402–403  < Pigot ‘copied from a MS. lent by Mrs Woodruffe (of Cork?)’.  {6:8d ~ 8||8|| ~ 51 55}

2/123a  •  [Pigot]  •  Siobhan Mhór, or The eagles whistle    637 — Pigot p 340c  < Mrs Woodruffe?  {3:4g ~ 22||20||DC  = 21x2 ~ 353 353 (tonic g)}

2/123b   [Pigot]    The Humours of Shannon — Pigot p 375b  < OF. Cf OFPC 3 p 69.  {6:8g ~ 6:|:12||  = 6x3 ~ 43 45}

2/124a   [Pigot]    The Humours of Ross — Pigot p 376a  < OF. Cf OFPC 3 p 71.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|:8:| ~ 33 33 33 22}

2/124b   [Pigot]    The Roving Pedlar — Pigot p 378f  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 p 90.  {3:4d ~ 20||  = 4x5 ~ 312 661}

2/125a   [Pigot]    Stephney’s [n corrected  < e?] Rant — Pigot p 379b  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 p 86.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 21}

2/125b   [Pigot]   McDonnell’s Hornpipe — Pigot p 379c  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 p 88.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: 8 two cadences :| ~ 3111 7555}

2/125c   [Pigot]    The Kilworth Reel — Pigot p 378e  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 p 98.  {Cf ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1353 7242}

2/126a   [Pigot]    The Basket of oysters — Pigot p 381c  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 p 123.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|:8:| ~ 33 42}

2/126b   [Pigot]    The mouth of the jug — Pigot p 382c  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 p 127.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|:8:| ~ 55 15}

2/127a   [Pigot]    Biaidh bean oile ’gam — Pigot p 383b  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 pp 142–43.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: 4:|:8:| ~ 15 55 15 52}

2/127b   [Pigot]    Two Mile Bridge — Pigot p 383c  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 p 145.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: 8:| ~ 31 35}

2/128a   [Pigot]    Jig (Peggy Bawn) — Pigot p 402a  < OF. Cf OFPC 4/93–94 (Jig part). See 4 p 86.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 13 33}

2/128b   [Pigot]    Tomás a Mómpuis [? index: ó] — Pigot p 403c  < OF. Cf OFPC 4 p 130.  {6:8f ~ 2x9:|: 8:| ~ 51 14}

2/129a   [Pigot]    Sliabh na m-ban —    638 — Pigot’s page not located.  Cg ~ | $ 6:|:5|| $ ~ 1636 5215}

2/129b   [Pigot]    Bean an Tabhairne — Pigot’s page not located. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 345 ( < Pigot).  {3:4c ~ 18:|:18:|  = 2x [8+3+7+3] ~ 671 666  (tonic a) or 123 112 (tonic f)}

2/130a   [Pigot]    An bhean dubh ó’n sliabh    639 — Pigot’s page not located.  {6:8c ~ 12:| $, end bar 6: $ ~ 31 62}

2/130b   [Pigot]    Sláinte Righ Philib] — Pigot’s page not located. Cf OFPC 2 p 150; Joyce OIFMS p 12 An gamhuin geal bán.  {3:4g ~ 12:|:12:|  = 4x6 ~ 511 121}

2/130c  •  [Pigot]  •  The Humours of Ballinacourty  •  640 — Pigot p 406a  < Miss O’Connell. Cf Curtin MS no 59 Bally na Curtie. See 2/163a, 3/20a, 3/177b.  {6:8a ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 15 11}

2/131a  •  [Pigot]  •  The Humours of Dingle  •  641 Pigot p 405e  < Miss O’Connell.  {6:8a ~ 8||8|| ~ 15 55 (tonic a, final b)}

2/131b   [Pigot]    The Humours of Currageen  .i. Humours of Clounties [l corrected  < ?] — Pigot p 406b  < Miss O’Connell. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 388–89 ( < Pigot); see 3/23a.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 52 21}

2/131c  •  [Pigot]  •  McCarthys jig  •  642 — Pigot p 406c  < Miss O’Connell. Cf Ryan p 100 Hop jig; Levey 1 no 100 Connemara; CRÉ 1 no 69 Cuir barra air [Top it off].  {9:8d ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 537 613}

2/132a  •  [Pigot]  •  Tadg O Flaherty [roman]     643 — Pigot p 406d Thady O’F  < Miss O’Connell. Cf Aird 3 p 198, no 517 The sailor lassie; Aird 4 p 67, no 177 Miss Margt. Mcgregor’s favourite.  {9:8d ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 117 652}

2/132b  •  [Pigot]  •  The Beggarmans Trot.  Sodar an bhacaigh    644 — Pigot p 406e  < Miss O’Connell.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 55 42 55 22}

2/132c  •  [Pigot]  •  Six Mile Bridge   645 — Pigot p 407b  < Miss O’Connell  Cf Roche 1 p 49, no 118 The boys of the town.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 13 11}

2/133a   [Pigot]    Cherry grove jig  [JG pencil:] Cootes jig — Pigot p 407c  < Miss O’Connell. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 389 ( < Pigot).  {6:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 41 57}

2/133b   [Pigot]    Three half pence a day — Pigot p 409e  < Miss O’Connell. Cf OFPC 2 p 121.  {6:8f ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 61 33}

2/133c  •  [Pigot]  •  Ferreters Frolic [after notation:] down one note   646 —.Pigot p 411d  < Miss O’Connell.  {6:8d ~ 8||8:| ~ 42 22 42 51}

2/134a   [Pigot]    Cois Abhann — Pigot p 435c  < O’Neil. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 393–94 ( < Pigot)  < O’Neill (a piper) of Tipperary’.  {Cg ~ 7||18|| ~ 1212 5564}

2/134b  •  [Pigot]  •  It was in the year 1804    647 — Pigot p 475a  < A.P.’s (old) MS collection. Cf ONMI no 847 The rakes of Kildare.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 21 27}

2/135a   [Pigot]    Uair beag roimh lá [title crossed out] — Pigot p 128b Uair bheag roimh lá. Cf Aird 1 p 64, no 185 Lesslie’s march.  {6:8d ~ 3x8|| ~ 11 15}

2/135b   [Pigot]    Uair beag roim lá [pencil; corrected JG  < crossed out] Seamus a Chaca do caill Eire  [?] —  Pigot p 128c Séumus a chaca a chaill Eire. Cf Surenne pp 60–61.  {Cf ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 6766 4460}

2/136a   [Pigot]    Bryan O Neil. Same as Doctor O’Neil — Pigot p 200c  < Holden{6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 51 66}

2/136b   [Pigot]    Jacksons Turret — Pigot p 201a  < Holden.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1313 1332 (2 bars, quavers)}

2/136c   [Pigot]    The Fingalians Dance —  Pigot p 227c  < Holden.   {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3113 5151 (tonic g, final d)}

2/137a   [Pigot]    Paddy the Weaver — Pigot p 226b  < Holden{6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 75 75}

2/137b   [Pigot]    The Black & the Brown — Pigot p 244b  < Holden {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 31 11}

2/137c   [Pigot]    The Cock in the Heather — Pigot p 247c  < Holden{9:8d ~ 2x4:|: 4:| ~ 717 715}

2/138a   [Pigot]    The Nurses Tune — Pigot p 246a  < Holden6:4d ~ 4:|:8:|:4:|:8:| ~ 331442 331221 (2 bars all notes)}

2/138b   [Pigot]    I love you above all the rest — Pigot p 247c  < Holden{3:4c ~ 4x5|| ~ 161 442}

2/139a   [Pigot]    Late on a Saturday Night — Pigot p 255a  < Holden{9:8g ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 511 547}

2/139b   [Pigot]    The Kildurrery Hunt, or The old man rocking the cradle — Pigot p 255c  < Holden. See 1/230 b Cailíin deas donn, 2/106a & 3/7b, An sean duine ag luasgadh an chliabháin, 2/138a Nurses tune. {3:4 [read 3:8]g ~ 2x8:|: 8|| ~ 331 422}

2/139c   [Pigot]    When I go to the Fair, ‘Nuair théim air an Aonach &c. []Pigot p 257b  < Holden.  {Cg ~ 4:|:12:|: ~ 4464 2211}

2/140a   [Pigot]    Turlough McDonaghs Lamentation — Pigot p 231  < Holden{3:4b fl ~ 2x16:|:  = 8x4 ~ 342 111}

2/140b   [Pigot]    An Bacach .i. Bocach buidhe na léige — Pigot p 260a  < Holden, See 3/9c, 3/57d.  {Ca? ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 5261 5622}

2/140c   [Pigot]    Drain [:gaelic: read Duain] by the Bromach Murray — Pigot p 314a  < Hardiman MS  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:|  = 4x4 ~ 1176 1176}

. 2/141a   [Pigot]    Mangaire sugach ro chan. Same as Ur Chlann na Mná ó’n Sliabh    648 — ‘An Mangaire Súgach’ was the pseudonym of Aindrias Mac Craith (c. 1709–c. 1794) of Co Limerick. Pigot p 318b  < Hardiman MS.  {2:4g ~ 8|| $ 8:| $ ~ 12 55 11 33 (4 bars) or 1127 5555 (2 bars)}

2/141b   [Pigot]    Cúl na Muice, resembles “Is fada liom féin gan déanann/déanamh tuileadh don tráig [”] — Pigot p 319a  < Hardiman MS. Cf P-S no 1184.  {6:4g ~ 6:|:6:|  = 4x3 ~ 7311}

2/141c   [Pigot]    Gradh mo chroidhe – [“?]Is annamh sud marcac gan cru? fe lar    649 — Pigot p 319b  < Hardiman MS.  {3:4d ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 155 155}

2/142a   [Pigot]    Inghion Langley ó lios na mbroc — Pigot p 320a  < Hardiman MS. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 372 ( < Pigot).  {Cd ~ 18:|: 4x4 +2 ~ 4454 1111}

2/142b   [Pigot]    Tá mo chroidhe chomh cíordhubh le h-áirne — Pigot p 321b  < Hardiman MS. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 375( < Pigot).  {Cg ~ 8|| ~ 3112 7665 [? ill-measured]}

2/142c   [Pigot]    A Fhuise a mhuirin? – um bo [index: A fhuirse a Mhuirn, imbó] — Pigot p 326a  < Hardiman MS. Cf P-S no 1466.  {6:8d ~ 8:|: ~ 11 76}

2/142d–143   [Pigot]    Is gurta thusa [JG small lettering:] (Good morrow to your night cap) — Pigot p 326b  < Hardiman MS. Cf P-S no 1246.  {Cc [?] ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 1355 7247}

2/143a   [Pigot]    Réalt na Maidne — Pigot p 331a  < Hardiman MS. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 372.  {3:4g ~ 9||10!|  = 4x5 ~ 111 663}

2/143b  •  [Pigot]  •  Madra Sheain ui Chulionáin    650 Pigot p 333b  < Hardiman MS, marked ‘110’. Cf Joyce MS 3 p 188, no 506 Madra Sheain Ui Chuilionain / John O’Cullenan’s dog (supplies a second part).  {2:4g ~ 8  = 2x4|| ~ 51 17 53 73 (4 bars)}

2/143c   [Pigot]    Maidin Fomhar  .i. An Cailín Péacach    651 Pigot p 335b  < Hardiman MS, marked ‘117’  {3:4a ~ 8:|:8|| 4+4+3+5 [sic] ~ 543 377}

2/144a   [Pigot]    Inghion an Fhaoit’ ón n-gleann — Pigot’s page not located  < Hardiman MS? Cf Joyce OIFMS p 392 ( < Pigot).  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5511 4265}

[End of Pigot]

2/144b    Oh! Arranmore, Loved arranmore — Cf Moore no 10 1834 song 10; Surenne SI p 12. See 2/11a.  {Cf ~ 4||4|| ~ 1315 4466}

2/144c    The Lass that wears green — Cf Smith IM p 42; Surenne SI pp 28–29; Joyce OIFMS p 95 Una’s new gown.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 15 74}

2/145a    The Cuckoo — Cf Surenne SI p 49. See 4/99b.  {6:8c ~ 8||8|| ~ 13 63}

2/145b    The Humours of Listivain — Cf Aird 3 p 182, no 470; JCIT p 7; Surenne SI pp 52–53; Holden ISQT 1 p 10 — See 1/66a The humours of Bandon.  {6:8c ~ 10||10|| ~ 51 27}

2/145c    Derry Down — Cf Surenne SI p 58.  {6:8f ~ 12||  = 4+4 +4 ~ 13 11}

2/146a    A little hour before day — Cf Surenne SI p 60 — See 3/59a Uair bheag goirm roimh an lá.  {Cf ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 6766 4465}

2/146b    Andrew Carey — Cf Surenne SI p 67.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: 4|| ~ 155 114}

2/146c    The Thread bare Coat — Cf Surenne SI p 104.  {Cd ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 5535 2211}

2/147a    It is not in thy power fair maidThe Fair woman — Cf Surenne SI p 65.  {6:8d ~ 8||8|| ~ 15 17}

2/147b    Sweet Innisfallen — Cf Surenne SI p 122; Moore no 9 1824 song 1.  {Cc ~ 8|| ~ 11 65 11 33}

2/147c    Billy O Rourke is the Buachail [all roman]  Cf Surenne SI p 71;  Hibernian muse p 4 Mrs Casey. See 3/224b Mrs Casey.  {6:8d ~ 8||16|| ~ 16 55 66 43}

2/148a    An Londubh agus an céirseach — Cf Surenne SI p 108 The blackbird and the hen.  {6:8a ~ 2x8|| ~ 32 14}

2/148b    John Doe (an old Irish air)  An Realthion leanabach    652 — Cf gnp p 7b; P-S no 738. See 1/8a (variant).  {Cd ~ 8||8!| ~ 1535 7773}

2/148c    The Humours of Georges street — Cf gnp p 9b. See 2/10b (close variant).  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8!| ~ 12 16}

2/149a   [O’D MS]    A Bonny Lass to me — gnp p 10 A bonny lass to marry me. Cf OFPC 4 p 109; Aird 2 p 9, no 23; Roche 2 p 20; No. 240 The breeches full of stitches.  {Cd ~ 4:|:4:|: ~ 4656 1652}

2/149b   [O’D MS]    Why should we quarrell for riches — gnp p 12a. Cf OFPC 4 p 125.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 532 326}

2/149c   [O’D MS]    Drops of Whiskey — gnp p 21a. Cf Weippert NCD 1 no 20 Drops of brandy.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 133 134}

2/150a   [O’D MS]    The Maid in Danger    653 — gnp p 25b.  Cf OFNIM p 41 Rothemurchus’s rant; Bremner Scots reels p 42; Hamilton HUT 1 p 63. See 1/95b Rothe Murchus’s rant. Related to the current session tune ‘The Graf Spee’.  {Cc ~ 4:|: 4 two cadences :| ~ 2257 5752}

2/150b   [O’D MS]    My Love is but a Lassie yet (as a Reel)  •  654 — gnp p 26a. Cf Ryan p 30 Five leaved clover; ONMI no 1247; Maguire Hidden Fermanagh p 112 Hetty’s wishes; the current session tune ‘The hunter’s purse’. See 1/249a My love she wears a dandy.  {Cg ~ | $ 4:|4:| two cadences both parts ~ 7554 4142  (tonic d) or 3117 7475 (tonic a)}

2/150c   [O’D MS]   The Cottage in the grove — gnp p 28b. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 93 [from the same MS?]  {Cc ~ 4 two cadences !|8|| ~ 1115 7254}

2/151a   [O’D MS]    O’Shea’s Frolic    655 — gnp p 30a. Cf Joyce AIM p 43 The bag of meal; ONDMI no 53 Banish misfortune.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8 two cadences !| ~ 37 57  31 34}

2/151b   [O’D MS]    The Tap Room    656 — gnp p 31a. Cf ONMI no 1425 Drowsy  Maggie.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 1575 1574 (tonic e) or perhaps 2616 2615 (tonic d)}

2/151c   [O’D MS]    The Humours of Six-mile Bridge — gnp p 33b (JG supplying a missing bar)    657  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1357 4747}

2/152a   [O’D MS]    The Scolding Wife — gnp p 33c. Cf P-S no 476. See 2/58a.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1357 4747}

2/152b   [O’D MS]    Barrack Hill [JG pencil:] Reels of Bogies    658 — gnp p 35c. See 1/227b, 2/179a My bride is a young thing, 4/83e Mount the baggage.  {Cc ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 5152 5172}

2/152c   [O’D MS]    Jenny Rock the Cradle    659 — gnp p 36a. Cf Kerr 2 p 19 Charles Leslie. Part 1: see 4/96d Jack Lattin.  {Cc ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1353 5353}

2/153a   [O’D MS]    The Rambler to Clare [R corrected  < ?] — gnp p 36b. See 3/120c.  {6:8d ~ 8:|: 12  = 8+4:| ~ 54 51 43 22}

2/153b   [O’D MS]    Johnny Shooting in the glen — gnp p 37a. See 1/42c & 4/82a Miss Monaghan’s reel, 3/159a The dandy girl, 3/179b The pretty girls of this town.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 1335 6661}

2/153c   [O’D MS]    The Back of the change    660 — gnp p 38a.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 6562 6513 (tonic d)}

2/154a   [O’D MS]    The High Road to Cork  •  661 — gnp p 40a.  {9:8d ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 517 512 (tonic a)}

2/154b   [O’D MS]    Over the Bridge to Judy — gnp p 44a. Cf P-S no 894 A Munster reel (example of JG correcting metrical irregularities in gnp).  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1215 1421}

2/154c  •  [ODMS]  •  The Lads of the Village    662 — gnp p 44b Reel (another example of JG correcting metrical irregularities in gnp). Cf Joyce MS 2 p. 26, tune 58, Reel of the olden time (from Mr John Healy).  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 4455 6466 (tonic g) or 1122 3133 (tonic C)  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 4455 6466}

2/155a   [O’D MS]    Think on me — gnp p 44c. Cf CRÉ 4 no 165 Na pantalúin ghorma [Blue pantaloons] (parts reversed) from the mid-19th-century MS of James Madigan, Co Louth; ONMI no 1190 The Bantry lasses (parts reversed). part 1: see 2/56b The humours of glasses (part 2) & 3/77b.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5111 7241}

2/155b   [O’D MS]    Down the Broom to Joe    663 — gnp p 46b. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 35 Down through the broom. {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1212 5715}

2/155c   [O’D MS]    The job of Journeywork    664 — gnp p 47b. Cf Joyce AIM pp 38–39; P-S no 892; Howe’s 1,000 p 20.  {Cd ~ 8:|:14!| ~ 1535 7176}

2/156a   [O’D MS]    Colonel Mac Beans reel — gnp p 54a. Cf Cameron p 45; Robert Petrie 2 p 14.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 3135 2724}

2/156b   [O’D MS]    Bonny Anne  [JG pencil:] Miss Murphy    665 — gnp p 54b. Cf Aird 3 p 209, no 548 (part 1). See 3/182 Miss Murphy (part 1).  {Cc ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 1157 1135}

2/156c   [O’D MS]    The Indian Melody    666 — gnp p 56b.  {Cg ~ 8:|8||DC [‘:’ faint] ~ 5133 3331}

2/157a   [O’D MS]    Bóthar Ruadh    667 — gnp p 58a.  {2:4g ~ 4||12|| ~ 65 26 11 11 (4 bars) or 6553 2265 (2 bars)}

2/157b   [O’D MS]    The Drunken guager [JG pencil:] ? pob ruadh [or pol ?]    668 — gnp p 59c. Cf Ryan p 125 The drunken ganger’s (parts reversed).  {9:8g ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 326 324}

2/157c   [O’D MS]    Gilderoy. [JG different pen:] Úna — gnp p 63b. See  1/7b Úna (variant of same air).  {Cc ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 1115 1116 (tonic d) or 7774 7775 (tonic a)}

2/158a   [O’D MS]    Barons Court Dance    669 — gnp p 63. Cf [Ms collection of country dances] p 85 (JM 5425); Browne CDs p 1 (JM 5236); CRÉ 5 no 69 Gan ainm [Untitled].  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8!| ~ 11 22 15 15}

2/158b   [O’D MS]    Ill gang na mair to yon town — gnp p 63c. Cf Aird 1 p 13, no 35; OFPC 3 p 64; Stephano p 6. See 1/53a The Ferry point (part 1), 1/189d, 3/153a.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ 11 31 31 42 (4 bars)}

2/158c   [O’D MS]    The Freize Knee Breeches [JG pencil:] or Connaught Ranger    670 — gnp p 64b. Cf ONMI no 1244 The mountain lark; ONDMI no 517 The steam packet.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 2127 2124}

2/159a   [O’D MS]    The first of May — gnp p 65a. Cf P-S no 404; Ryan p 74; ONMI no 1708.  {Cc  ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5131 4465}

2/159b  •  [ODMS]  •  Darling Mary’s Fancy    671 — gnp p 65 lacking bar 7, supplied by JG from bar 5.  {2:4c ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 3152 2221}

2/159c   [O’D MS]    The Humours of Kilkee    672 — gnp p 66b. Cf Levey 2 p 14 [Jig] untitled; ONMI no 861 The cliffs of Moher. See 4/31c. {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 52 57 22 21}

2/160a   [O’D MS]    The new Custom house jig    673 — gnp p 66c. Cf Ryan p 131 Three little drummers. See 1/263d.  {6:8c ~ 8||8:| ~ 55 22 55 57}

2/160b   [O’D MS]    The Gooseberry blossom (reel) — gnp p 67b. Cf P-S no 912.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5135 4242}

2/160c   [O’D MS]    The Queens County Lasses — gnp p 67c. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 49; ONDMI no 837 The banks of the Ilen. See 3/158c The midnight maid.  {Cg ~ |$4:|:8:| ~ 3313 1325 (tonic d) or 7757 5762 (tonic g)}

2/161a   [O’D MS]    The Humours of Milltown Malbay — gnp p 68a. Cf Joyce AIM p 87 The blooming meadows (2 parts); P-S no 941 The humours of Milltown. A Clare jig (3 parts).  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:|:8|| ~ 51 33 75 72}

2/161b   [O’D MS]    The Dougarry Boys    674 — gnp p 68b; part 1 See turn of 1/203c St Patrick’s day.  {6:8g  ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 51 76 51 76 (tonic g) or 73 21 73 21 (tonic e)}

2/161c   [O’D MS]    The House of Glenarkeen — gnp p 68c. Cf Gow coll 6 p 16; Davidson’s collection p 79. See 4/78a The House of Clonelphin, 3/145c Glanmorgan House.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 57 47 24}

2/162a   [O’D MS]    The Bakers Reel    675 — gnp p 69a. Cf ONWSGM  no 298 The old maid. See 2/10c Tatter the rags, (jig version of same tune?)  {Cc ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 6565 4155}

2/162b   [O’D MS]    Miss Johnsons Reel — gnp p 69b. Cf Ryan p 8. See 1/43b, 3/65a, 4/121b.  {2:4c  ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3553 5121}

2/162c   [O’D MS]    The Aberdeen Reel    676 — gnp p 69c.  {Cd  ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1515 1532}

2/163a   [O’D MS]    Ballynacourty jig — gnp p 71b. See 2/130c, 3/20a, 3/177b.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 15 13}

2/163b  •  [ODMS]  •  The Wedding Ring — gnp p 73b    677  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 15 24 15 74 (tonic a)}

2/163c   [O’D MS]    Cock your pistol Charley — gnp p 73c. See 3/222b A short way to Heaven (parts reversed).  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1131 7472}

2/164a   [O’D MS]    The Humours of Castleconnell    678 — gnp p 74a.  {Cc ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 4235 4227}

2/164b   [O’D MS]    The Widow Well Married    679 — gnp p 74c. Cf Curtin MS (composite version from 4 locations in MS).  {9:8d ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 643 622?}

2/164c    The Bridge of Perth    680 — gnp p 74b; part 1: cf ONMI no 1241 The Boyne hunt. See 4/90b The Berkshire hunt.  {2:4d   8:|:8|| ~ 6313 1362}

2/164d   [O’D MS]    Jacksons Bottle of Claret — gnp p 76a. Cf Hime 1796 no 3; Murphy CIAJ p 22 Jackson’s mistake.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 12 41 43 11}

2/165a   [O’D MS]    Jacksons Maids in the morning — gnp p 77a. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 12.  {6:8c ~ 3x8:|: 8!| ~ 57 22}

2/165b   [O’D MS]    Caseys Jigg (Jackson) — gnp p 78a (gnp reduces bar 1 of printed source to anacrusis: JG supplies a compensatory bar 5a). Cf Jackson JCIT p 1 Cossey’s jig; OFPC 2 p 112; Holden ISQT 1 p 1.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: 8!| ~ 23 51}

2/166a   [O’D MS]    Jacksons “over the water [”] — gnp p 77b. Cf Jackson JCIT p 6. See 4/131b Jackson’s lake.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 33 44}

2/166b   [O’D MS]    All the way to Galway — gnp p 79b. Cf Aird 2 p 57, no 155 Gallway girls; Howe Omnibus complete p 97; Ryan p 39.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 13 75 64 75 (4 bars)}

2/166c   [O’D MS]    The Garden of daisies [corrected from ‘dasies’?]    681 — gnp p 85a; Words p 83 ‘Shíos go sráid Chaisil dom, air maidin’s me im aonar / Whack fol de diddle didle ….’ Cf ONMI no 1798 (from Tuohy). The air is related to one used for the song ‘The Palatine’s daughter’.  {2:4d ~ 8:|:16:| ~ 5555 3544}

2/167a   [O’D MS]    The primrose Lassy — gnp p 84c. Cf Ryan p 11; ONDMI no 733.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 3211 5132}

2/167b   [O’D MS]    Miss Parkins jig    682 — gnp p 83b. Cf Roche 2 p 26, no 261 The Berwick jockey; OFPC 2 p 140 Go to Berwick Johnny (hornpipe).  {9:8c ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 555 555}

2/167c   [O’D MS]    Mrs Parkers Fancy    683 — gnp p 83c. Cf Kerr 2 p 11 Lady Loudon; Ryan p 250 Lady Louden’s strathspey.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 5353 5362}

2/168a   [O’D MS]    The Angler    684 — gnp p 80b.  {6:8c ~ 8 two cadences :|8:| ~ 55 65 55 64}

2/168b   [O’D MS]    The Wild Irishman — gnp p 81a. Cf Aird 1 p 50, no 143  Norickykstie or The wild Irishman; Hime 1805 book 1, no 10.  {6:8d ~ :|:8:| ~ 13 43 13 72}

2/168c   [O’D MS]   no Surrender — gnp p 90b. Cf Joyce AIM pp 81–83; ONWSGM no 80.  {6:8d ~ | $ 8:|:8:| $ DC ~ 16 55 51 34}

2/169a   [O’D MS]    Humours of Purteen — gnp p 70a. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 4 Humours of Panteen (order of parts: 1, 3, 2).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: 8:| ~ 14 54 14 52}

2/169b   [O’D MS]    The King God Bless him — gnp pp 55–56. Cf Braham, The king!  {6:8d ~ 8 two cadences !|8||8!| ~ 13 46}

2/170a   [O’D MS]    The Banks of Primroses    685 — gnp p 1d. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 65 The banks of the roses.  {Cg ~ 8|| ~ 1133 1135}

2/170b   [O’D MS]    How are you now my maid? — gnp p 22a. Cf Joyce OIFMS p 70 (part 2).  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 35 11}

2/170c   [O’D MS]    Carolans Rambles of Cashel — gnp p 78b. Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 118–19.  {3:4g ~ 4:|:11|| ~ 352 177}

2/171a   [O’D MS]    “I’m asleep & dont waken me”    686 — gnp p 3a. The air is related to the next item. In Pigot MS (copies of JG’s tunes) JEP remarks ‘wrongly barred and divided’.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:16:| variations 8:|:8: two cadences [1st has extra bar] :| ~ 72 47 54 12 (4 bars) or 7723 4476 (2 bars)}

2/171b   [O’D MS?]  The Caravat (Irish song)    687 — The air is related to the previous item. See PPM 1860 pp 16–21 for Irish words (no air) for this song ‘composed about the year 1810 by James O’Donnell, of Laurencetown, Killfinan, co. of Limerick, for two factions which started in Munster . . . Caravat and Shanavest’.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 74 51}

[End of O’Daly’s MS: Doogan’s MS follows]

2/172a   [Doogan MS]    Sally Magee — Cf OFNIM p 23. See 3/121b.  {6:8c ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 14 53}

2/172b  •  [Doogan MS]    Paddy the piper    688  {6:8d ~ 8:|:|8:| ~ 11 22 71 26}

2/172c   [Doogan MS]    Jacksons Banner Banogher  (?) .i. bonn air bóthar — Cf Jackson JCIT p 8; Holden ISQT 1 p 11 Bouner bouger. See 1/102a Morgan rattler.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 52 31}

2/173a   [Doogan MS]    Jacksons Night Cap — Cf Jackson JCIT p 5; Holden ISQT 1 p 6. See 2/177a, 4/3a.  {6:8d ~ 3x8||DC ~ 1763 17 12}

2/173b   [Doogan MS]    Jacksons Frolic — Cf Aird 3 p 191, no 496.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 53 33}

2/173c   [Doogan MS]    The Boy in the Basket — Cf Thompson’s compleat 3 no 48.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 133 132}

2/174a   [Doogan MS]    jig    689  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: 8:| ~ 53 13 53 24}

2/174b   [Doogan MS]    Jig [corrected  < ?] by Jackson — Cf OFPC 3 pp 14–15 Jacksons jigg; ONWSGM no 162 Jackson’s stranger ( < OFPC).  {6:8d ~ 3x8|| ~ 72 72 (tonic e) or 13 13 (tonic d)}

2/175a   [Doogan MS]    Kiss in the Furze    690 — Cf Tracy CDs 1795 p 4 (lacks JG’s last 4 bars). See 3/154c.  {6:8d ~ 8||4:|:4:| ~ 11 34 11 32}

2/175b   [Doogan MS]    Corneal Irbhin [roman, eal perhaps eul] — Cf B2 p 39; Surenne SI (introduction) p v; B2 p 39; DOS no 60. See 3/209b.  {Cf ~ 8:|8:| ~ 1565 2424}

2/175c   [Doogan MS]    Petticoat loose    691 — Cf J. Johnson Choice Collection, 4 p 119 Curtin MS no 80 (6:8).  {12:8b ~ 4:|8:| ~ 3232 7777}

2/176a   [Doogan MS]    The little red Lark of the Mountain — Cf P-S no 304.  {3:4 (but noted as 6:8)g ~ 8||8|| ~ 11 15 (read as 6:8)}

2/176b   [Doogan MS]    Blind Mary — Cf Surenne SI p 108.  {2:4d ~ 8||8|| ~ 11 65 55 23 (4 bars)}

2/176c   [Doogan MS]    Péarla an bhrolaigh bháin — Cf Petrie AMI pp 9–11.  {Cf ~ 8||8|| ~ 1611 5223}

2/177a   [Doogan MS]    The Hermit of Killarney — Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 26; OFNIM p 17. See 4/159. See also 2/36c, 4/85e Adieu adieu thou faithless world. {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1151 3325}

2/177b   [Doogan MS]    Jacksons Night Cap — Cf OFNIM p 34. See 2/173a, 4/3.  {6:8d ~ 3x8|| ~ 17 63 17 62}

2/177c   [Doogan MS]    The Ladies Top Dress  [o corrected  < ?]    692 — Cf Ryan p 6 Cameronian (part 1).  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 5313 4241}

2/178a   [Doogan MS]    Jacksons Morning Brush    (only part 4 only published here as variant to part 2 of 4/1e)    928 — Parts 1–3: cf Aird 1 p 8, no 22.  {6:8d ~ 4x8|| ~ 1215  61 42}

2/178b   [Doogan MS]    You are welcome home to your Mother    693 — Cf Joyce OIFMS p 286 The white horse.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 15 55 15 22}

2/179a   [Doogan MS]    My Bride is a young thing    694 — See 1/227b Reels of bogies, 2/152b Barrack Hill, 4/83e Mount the baggage. Part 1 see 3/136a The pretty girls of Gorey.  {Cc ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 5152 5172}

2/179b   [Doogan MS]    Jack in the garret — Cf OFPC 2 p 89.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:| 8:| ~ 51 43}

2/179c   [Doogan MS]    Sall’s delight — Cf OFPC 2 p 84.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3515 3562}

2/180a   [Doogan MS]    The Telegraph Reel    695 — Cf ONMI no 1553 Rolling on the rye grass. See 1/39b, 3/108a.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3515 4616}

2/180b  •  [Doogan MS]    The Salamanca Reel  •  696 — See 3/65c, 3/140a.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 5353 5131}

2/180c  •  [Doogan MS]    The long hills of Mourne    697 — Cf ONDMI no 477 The Mourne mountains.  Related to the tune currently known as ‘Tom Ward’s downfall’. See 3/86c Sprightly Peggy (part 1).  {Cg ~ | $ 2x8|| DC $ ~ 3116 6227 (tonic g)}

2/181a   [Doogan MS]    Miss Birminghams Hornpipe    698 — Cf Joyce OIFMS p 111 The gipsy hornpipe; ONMI no 1699 The lakeside road.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 1115 4461}

2/181b   [Doogan MS]    The Gay Lass. An ramharach bhuile — Cf OFPC 2 pp 90–91.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|:8:| ~ 66 62}

2/181c   [Untitled jig] — 2-bar pencil fragment. Same as part of 3/73b The pig under the pot.  {6:8d] ~ 2 bars only ~ 11 63


VOLUME THREE OF GOODMAN MSS

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3/1a  •  K  •  “Pé’n Éirinn í”  slow    277 — Tunes p 2a. P-S no 1157 is a copy attributed to Goodman.  {Cg ~ 4+4+2 ~ 1135 3217}

3/1b  •  K  •  Múirnín na gruaige báine, or Sweet Nellie Bamble  Lively    278 — Tunes p 2b.  {Cg ~ 8|8!| ~ 1112 7276}

3/1c  •  K  •  Táim sínte air do Thuamba  Andante  •  279Words p 71 ‘Ogánuig a chúil chraobhuig go de taob dínn air a mbionn tú’; Tunes p 1c.  {3:4d ~ 8|| ~ 555 555}

3/2a  •  K  •  An Giolla Gruama    280Words pp 66–68 (perhaps) An figheadóir agus a bhean [title in ink] Giolla gruama [deleted title added in pencil:] ‘Cuirim slán le ceapadh dánta ó nocht go bráth go néagad’. Copy in P-S no 1389 ‘From the Revd. J. Goodman, 30.Oct.63’.  {3:4g ~ 8|8:| ~ 117 227}

3/2b  •  K  •  William O’Reilly  •  281Words p 74 (in Irish with English title) ‘Sas [ = ’S agus] duine bocht mise, ’s níl dúil agam a n-ól’.  {Cd ~ ?8!|8!| $ to $ in bar 8 of part 1 ~ 4411 3463}

3/2c  •  K  •  Briseadh na Bóinne (Sarsfield’s lament)  •  282Words pp 117–18 ‘Cia h-iad súd thall ar maoilin tsleibh’ muich?’.  {Cd ~ 3+2+2+3|| ~ 6555}

3/3a  •  K  •  Mo Dhian ghrádh Díleas    283Words p 48 ‘As a dhalta ’s a maoinig tarr taoibh liom oidhche éigin’; Tunes p 2d.  {3:4c ~ 8||8:| ~ 112 345}

3/3b  •  K  •  Katty Ní Bhriain    284Words pp 48–49 ‘As a Chaitín a stór go dé’n brón sa tímchioll do chroidhe’; also perhaps p 81 An Dall ag iarraighe déirce (fonn Katty ní bhriain) ‘A bhean a tíghe shéimh cuir déirc amach cum an doill’. The next item 3/3c Bean an fhir ruaidh is a variant.   {3:4g ~ 4x5|| ~ 632 1666}

3/3c  •  K  •  Bean an fhir ruaidh  •  285Words pp 50–51 ‘Thugas trí mhí ’s me abpríosún ceangailte chruaig’; Tunes p 2c. The preceding item 3/3b Katty Ní Bhriain is a variant.  {3:4g ~ 4x5|| ~ 632 113}

3/4a  •  K  •  Giolla dubh ó glóráin  •  286  {Cg ~ 8:|10  = 8+2!| ~ 5132 1132}

3/4b  •  K  •  An Cailín beag meidhreach [JG pencil after title:] Seems to me the Irish version of “Lough Sheeling”    287Words pp 51–53 ‘A chailín bhig mheidhrig do raghainn leat ag ól’.  {3:4c ~ 16  = 4x4 I$ to bar 8 ~ 116 764 (tonic a) or perhaps 664 542 (tonic c) — tonality uncertain}

3/4c  •  K  •  Inghion an Mhaoir & i ag Ui Méara  •  288Words p 74 ‘Lá dhá rabhas-sa a ngleanntán uaigneach / agus inghion an Mhaoir agam-sa ag gluaisiochd’. {Cg ~ 4:|4:| ~ 1532 1532 (part 2 in g, part 1 in a)}

3/5a  •  K  •  An Cuaichín óg    289Words p 47 ‘Air maidin a nae ’s me tré’m shuan’; Tunes p 2e.  {3:4g ~ 16  = 4x4|| $ to bar 8 ~ 165 112}

3/5b  •  K  •  Báibín na gcraobhfholt    290Words pp 54–55 ‘Nuair ghabhaim si an tsráid síos ni fhailltigeann reomham aoineadh’.  {3:4d ~ 17  = 4x4 +1|| ~ 111 131}

3/5c  •  K  •  Tá grá ’gam duit a Mháire [JG? pencil after title:] transpose to G-minor]     291Words p 54 ‘Tá grádh ’gam duit a Mháire le tuille ’s le bliaghn’.  {3:4g ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 717 527}

3/6a  •  K  •  Dómhnall na Gréine (old version)    292  {6:8g ~ 3x8:| ~ 74 74 42 42}

3/6b  •  K  •  Ceó draoigheachta sheól oidhche chum fághain me    293Words pp 55–58 ‘Ceó draoigheachta a chseol oidhche chum fághain me’.  {3:4c ~ 12  = 6+6||12  = 6+6:| ~ 557 421}

3/7a  •  K  •  Dar mo bhasa-sa Sheaghain  •  294 — See  2/100b.  {3:4d ~ 7!|15  = 8+7|| ~ 124 550}

3/7b  •  K  •  An Seanduine ag luasgadh an chliabháin  •  295 — See 2/106a, 2/138a Nurses tune, 2/139b The Kildurrery hunt, or The old man rocking the cradle, 1/230b Cailín deas donn.  {3:4d ~ 2x8:| [ = 2x4] two cadences both parts ~ 355 355}

3/7c  •  K  •  An Áirc ba deise    296Words pp 58–59 ‘Dá má agamsa bheidheadh tabac a hainm ar ttúis do chuirinn a clú tar Venus’.  {Cc ~ 2x8  = 4+4|| ~ 1766 5556 (tonic c but final a)}

3/8a  •  K  •  Is buachailín deas óg me  •  297  {Cd ~ 4x5|| ~ 3456 7131}

3/8b  •  K  •  An Brianach óg  •  298 — See O’D Reliques pp 117–18 (words only).  {3:4g ~ 8||8|| ~ 131 517}

3/8c  •  K  •  An Fhinne-bhean mhodhamhuil    299Words pp 59–60 ‘Sí’n fhine bhean mhodhmhuil d’fúig tineas am cheann / agus dfhág sí gan mheamhair gan chéil me’.  {Cg ~ 8||8!| ~ 3343 3617}

3/9a  •  K  •  An Giolla Ruaidh  •  300  {3:4g ~ 8:|15  = 4+4+4+3|| ~ 113 113}

3/9b  •  K  •  Dá m-beidheadh heel top faoim bhróga    301Words pp 69–70 ‘Dá mbeidheadh heeltop faoim bhróga agus cóir agam chum siubhail’.  {Cg ~ 16  = 8+8!| $ to bar 8 ~ 4256 4426}

3/9c  •  Bocach buidhe na léige    699 — JEP p 885 ‘From M. Sullivan’ and positioned among ‘K’ tunes copied from JG. See article in DOS 1922. See 2/140b, 3/57d.  {Cd ~ 8  = 4+4!| $ to bar 4 ~ 1115 6455}

3/10a  •  K  •  Tally heigh ho the Grinder!    302Words pp 60–61 ‘Cheannuigheas-sa sauspann ’s ciotal ’s búclaoi airgid gréinnig’. Cf Clarke MS no 41 The grinders (p 17 of pdf); Ryan p 101 Terry heigh.  {9:8 [g] but staff 1 has 2 sharps ~ 2x4|| ~ 426 425 (tonic d) or 163 162 (tonic g)}

3/10b  •  K  •  ‘Do mhálluidhe is do bheiltiona’  •  303  {Cd ~ 4||4||  ‘chorus’  2|| ~ 3132 4465}

3/10c  •  K  •  ‘Chúgad a nall a Mháire’  •  304  {Cg ~ 4:|6:| ~ 3516 1135}

3/11a  •  K  •  An Gearaltach óg uasal    305Words pp 61–62 ‘A ghearaltaig óig uasail sé m’uaigneas tré m’aodhaibh thu’.  {3:4d ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 553 715}

3/11b  •  K  •  Baile locha Riach    306Words p 72 ‘Bfhearr liom ná mo chapal ’s dá n-abrainn a shrian’.  {Cg ~ 8  = 4+4 or 4x2|| ~ 5533 3575}

3/11c  •  K  •  [Baile locha Riach] Another setting of Same    307 — Words p 72 [?].  {Cc ~ 8  = 4x2|| ~ 5175 1170}

3/11d  •  K  •  Poc air buille  •  308 Words p 73 ‘Siubhlas cuanta ’s bailte móra / ó Ghleann ui Ruachta go s[h?]ráid a Mhuillinn’.  {Cg ~ 4|| ‘chorus’ 4:| ~ 7721 5721}

3/12a  •  K  •  A Réir ’s me go suanmhar  •  309  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 1135 6432}

3/12b  •  K  •  An bhruingioll mheirbh  •  310  {Cc ~ 16  = 4x4|| ~ 1112 3311}

3/12c  •  K  •  Is mor [mór] an cúrsaoi bróin dam    311Words pp 62–64 ‘Dá mbeinnsi féin am éinín is me léimrig ó chrann go crann’.  {Cg ~ 8||8!| ~ 1134 6676}

3/13a  •  K  •  An Draoighneán Donn    312 — Tunes p 8d.  {3:4g ~ 16  = 4x4!| $ to bar 8 ~ 333 765}

3/13b  •  K  •  Cuisle mo chroidhe  •  313 {6:8g ~ 10  = 5x2!| $ to bar 4 ~ 41 21}

3/13c  •  K  •  Tadhg buidhe  •  314  {Cg ~ 8  = 4x2|| ~ 5332 1114}

3/13d  •  K  •  Caitlín na Guaire    315Words p 47 ‘A Chaitilín na guaire léan agus ruaig ort’.  {3:4d ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 571 323}

3/14a  •  K  •  Bean an Tabhairne gan aon lochd    316Words p 64 ‘Is duine bocht Eoghan gan comhairle ó aoineadh’.  {Cc ~ 10  = 5x2|| ~ 1164 7775}

3/14b  •  K  •  Maidin bog Aoibhin    317Words p 65 ‘Maidin bog aoibhin ar buidheachtuint na gréine’.  {3:4c ~ 8||8|| ~ 444 665}

3/14c  •  K  •  An Cuireata    318Words p 73 ‘Lá dá rabhasa a dtaisdiol na slíghe’.  {3:4g ~ 22  = 4x4+6|| ~ 570 655}

3/15a  •  K  •  Diarmuid bocach buidhe    319Words pp 68–69 ‘Is fada me gan dout / am Rake air fuaid an domhan’.  {3:4c ~ 16  = 4x4 rhapsodic repeats ~ 313 443}

3/15b  •  K  •  Peadar na péice im bo!!!  •  320 — Part 1: cf ONMI no 1806 Shane O’Neill’s march.  {Cg ~ 4||2||4|| ~ 3333 3331}

3/15c  •  K  •  Mártan na glóire  •  321 Words pp 70–71. Cf the air commonly used for the song ‘Siobhán Ní Dhuibhir’. See 2/51a. {6:8g ~ 6||6!| $ to bar 7  = 4x3 [+2x3] ~ 51 62}

3/16a  •  K  •  Máirghéad de Róisdig  •  322  {3:4c ~ 17  = [3x4+5]||17!| ~ 113 111}

3/16b  •  K  •  Duain an Tíncéara  •  323  {Cc ~ 8  = 4x2|| ~ 3332 3331 (tonic g but final a)}

3/16c  •  K  •  Duain an Oirimh  •  324  {3:4g ~ 8  = 4x2|| ~ 332 332}

3/17a    Crónán    700  {3:4 [read 6:8?]g ~ 8  = 4x2|| ~ 342 111 [or 3 2 11 if 6:8 time]}

3/17b  •  K  •  An ceannuighe súgach  •  325  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 36 42 (tonic g but final e)}

3/17c  •  K  •  Bean an ghleanna  •  326  {C]d ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 1353 4653}

3/17d  •  K  •  The Roving Bachelor  •  327  {Cg ~ 2x4:| bars 4  = 8 ~ 3331 5553}

3/18a  •  K  •  Humours of Churchtown  •  328 — Part 1: cf ONMI no 890 How are you Kitty?; ONMI no 975 The woodcock.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:| ~ 5353 53 42}

3/18b  •  K  •  An brísdín bréide  •  329 — Cf OFPC 1 p 33 The soup of good drink. See 2/40a The soup of good drink, 2/120c & 3/19a Gallagher’s jig.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:| two cadences both parts ~ 13 57 46 65}

3/18c  •  K  •  A Tailor I am  •  330  {6:8c ~ 2x8:| ~ 33 77 34 13}

3/19a  •  K  •  Galaghers jig  •  331 — See 2/40a The soup of good drink, 2/120c Gallagher’s jig, 3/18b An brísdín bréide, 3/197c We’l hunt the wren.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 17 55 34}

3/19b  •  K  •  The Flogging Reel  •  332 — See 3/62b, 3/131a, 4/79a.  {Cg ~ 8||8|| ~ 3135 3135}

3/19c  •  K  •  Miss Moore’s fancy  •  333  {Cd ~ 8||8|| ~ 3131 3142}

3/20a  •  K  •  Ballinacourty jig  •  334 — See 2/130c, 2/163a, 3/177b.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 15 11 23 36}

3/20b  •  K  •  Betty in the Settlebed  •  335  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 34 54 17 17}

3/20c  •  K  •  The oak stick  •  336 {— Part 1: see 3/132b (part 1)   6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 66 11 35 (tonic g but final d)}

3/21a  •  K  •  The Cuckold old man  •  337 — See 4/131c McDonnell’s rant (part 1); P-S no 961 The swaggering jig.  {9:8g ~ 4||4|| ~ 311 312 (tonic g) or? 644 645 (tonic d)}

3/21b  •  K  •  Nabey [?] dance (old)    338  {9:8d ~ 3x4:|: ~ 143 553}

3/21c  •  K  •  Langfords reel  •  339 — Cf Ryan p 10 Lady Gardner’s; ONMI no 1554 The four-hand reel (tune commonly known now as ‘The five-mile chase’){Cg ~ 2x8|| DC ~ 1353 7575}

3/22a  •  K  •  Cosa buidhe árda dearga  •  340 — See 2/41, 4/4e–5 [Jackson’s] Cogue in the evening.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 314 314}

3/22b  •  K  •  Early breakfast  •  341  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5257 5257 (tonic g) rather than 1513 1513 (tonic d)}

3/22c  •  J.G.  •  Humours of Ardgroom  •  701 Probably composed by JG.  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 31 33 27 22}

3/23a  •  K  •  Humours of Clounties  •  342 — Cf Mitchell DMWC no 136 An buachaill dreoite. See 2/131b The humours of Carrigeen.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 52 21 17 63}

3/23b  •  K  •  Nách teann &c    343  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 35 11 32}

3/23c  •  K  •  I would if I could  •  344  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8 two cadences each part|| ~ 75 75 74 74}

3/24a    Maggy Lawder • 702 — Cf Oswald CPC 1 p 30.  {Cd ~ 2x16:|: ~ 1113 1113}

3/24b  •  The man-of-war Hornpipe  •  703 — Cf ONMI no 1726 Billy Taylor’s hornpipe (part 1). See 3/96a Constantine hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1356 5135}

3/25a  •  Miss Browns Hornpipe    704 — Cf Fitzgerald MS p 118; Ryan p 177 Rickett’s hornpipe (part 1). See 4/150a Hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1531 2752}

3/25b  •  The Repeal Legacy    705 — Cf ONDMI no 215 Henchy’s delight. See Carolan 2008:25.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ 31 26 27 47}

3/26a  •  The Wedding Ring    706  {2:4g ~ 8 two cadences :|16|| DC ~ 11 35 42 33 (4 bars) or 1112 3453 (2 bars)}

3/26b  •  The Girls danger [r of Girls corrected  < l?]    707 — Cf Ryan p 22 Old maids of Galway; ONMI no 1417. Commonly known now as ‘Johnny when you die’.  {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 3265 2132}

3/26c  •  The Dublin porter    708 — Pigot MS (tunes copied from JG) p 885 [ascribed to] ‘(Gallagher)’.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1133 4246}

3/27a  •  The green fields to America    709 — Cf Ryan p 31. See 4/64a.  {2:4c ~ 2x8|| ~ 4635 2326}

3/27b  •  The Woods are cutting (Co Louth setting)    710  {Ce ~ 12  = 2x6|| ~ 3135 7513}

3/27c    The Wheelwright. — Cf B3 p 28. Copy? of 4/151c.  {2:4g ~ 8||12|| ~ 13 51 32 62 (4 bars)}

3/28a    Oh Erin my country    711  {3:4g ~ 32  = 4x8|| ~ 113 434}

3/28b    Delvin House — Cf OFPC 3 p 1.  {6:8g ~ 8||16|| ~ 11 15 11 26}

3/29a  •  The O’Mulloy tune (The old Coulin)    712  {3:4c ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 511 351}

3/29b  •  K  •  Lucy Campbell (reel)    345 — unrelated to 1/224a–225 or 4/52d.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1513 1562}

3/29c  •  K  •  Reel “Welcome here again”  •  346 — Cf Thompson’s compleat 3 no 93; Gow Coll 1 p 15 Duncan Davidson; Kerr 1 p 17; Aird 5 p 13, no 33 Miss Jean Robertson’s reel. See variant at 2/52c. part 2: see UCC p [74] James (part 1) [probably composed by JG for his son James]  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1355 1352}

3/29d    Rise Sons of William rise!  slow    713 — Cf Aird 4 p 13, no 34 La belle Catherine.  {2:4d ~ 2x8|| DC ~ 12 31 62 75 (4 Bars) or 1121 3117}

3/30a  •  K  •  Reel: Tink a tink  •  347 — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 127; Kerr 1 p 29.  {Cg ~ 4:|:4 two cadences :| ~ 1515 4276}

3/30b  •  K  •  Katty O’Lynch  •  348  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 55}

3/30c    J.G.    Fasdaoim an Mhinisdir    714 — In left margin: ‘J.G.’; probably composed by J.G.  {6:8c ~ 3x8:|: ~ 63 31 63 27}

3/31a    Johnny Cope — Cf OFPC 3 p 51. See 4/89d.  {Cc ~ 4x8:|: ~ 1113 5117}

3/31b    Murrays Fancy — Cf OFPC 3 p 52.  {Cc ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5135 7427}

3/32a    There will never be peace till Jamie comes — Cf OFPC 3 p 53.  {3:4c ~ 2x16||  = 8x4 ~ 331 227}

3/32b    Capt. Hawkers favourite — Cf OFPC 3 p 47.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:8||8||4:|8|| ~ 5311 1313 (2 bars) or 51 11 22 22 (4 bars)}

3/33a    The oil of Barley — Cf OFPC 3 p 62.  {6:4c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 511334 317777}

3/33b    Ryans Hornpipe — Cf OFPC 3 p 67.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1127 5317}

3/33c    Jack the Bachelor — Cf OFPC 3 p 67.  {2:4c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1667 1176 (tonic c, final e)}

3/34a    The Flower of the vale — Cf OFPC 3 p 68.  {6:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 51 51 72 47}

3/34b    The Glenmore hunt — Cf OFPC 3 p 69.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 4265 6221}

3/34c    Humours of Ardmore (Gearáinín buidhe!) — Cf OFPC 3 p 72.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 26 66}

3/35    The white cockade — Cf OFPC 3 pp 4–5.  {2:4g ~ 6x8:|: ~ 3332 3331 (tonic g)}

3/36a    The Humours of Cork — Cf OFPC 3 p 9.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 12}

3/36b    The shepherds Hornpipe — Cf OFPC 3 p 17.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1113 5152}

3/36c    The Kildare club — Cf OFPC 3 p 29.  {6:8g ~ 2x8+|| [+:half bar] ~ 55 56}

3/37a    The Humours of Newtown — Cf OFPC 3 p 40.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 17 16}

3/37b    O’Briens March — Cf OFPC 3 p 43.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 32 31}

3/38a    Sir Chas. Douglas’ Strathspey — Cf OFPC 3 p 48.  {Cd ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 5551 5331}

3/38b    Charming Molly — Cf OFPC 4 p 74.  {2:4c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5111 5522}

3/38c    The Pretty Lass — Cf OFPC 4 p 82. {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 5133 5122 (tonic g, final b)}

3/39a    The Black Rock — Cf OFPC 4 p 83. See 1/144b.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3265 1562 3/39b    Philip McCue — Cf OFPC 4 p 85. See 1/78b (parts transposed).  {9:8g ~ 6x4:|: ~ 134 147}

3/40a–41  The little house under the hill — Pipes p 26, no 32. Cf OFPC 4 pp 113–15. See 1/100a. Differs from 2/14c.  {6:8d ~ 11x8:|: ~ 55 55 55 44}

3/41    The Bench of Rushes — Cf OFPC 4 p 129.  {Cc ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3353 1155}

3/42a    Humours of Woodstown — Cf OFPC 4 p 102.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 522 526}

3/42b    Humours of Tallow — Cf OFPC 4 p 106. See 2/99b.  {6:8c ~ 8||8:| ~ 51 15 54 11}

3/42c    Carolans Cup — Cf OFPC 4 p 134.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 47}

3/43a    The Executors — Cf OFPC 4 p 107.  {Cd ~ 4x4|| ~ 3115 6472}

3/43b    McNeals Fancy — Cf OFPC 4 p 136.  {Cg ~ 4x4:|: ~ 7226 1346}

3/44a    Crottys Lament — Cf OFPC 4 p 79.  {Cg ~ 4||5|| ~ 3211 3332}

3/44b    Ormonds Lament — Cf OFPC 4 p 112  {Cc ~ 9  = 4+5|| ~ 3311 1355}

3/44c    Hornpipe — Non-traditional.  {Cc ~ 2x8||  = 8x2 ~ 3137 1365}

3/44d    The Lasses of Dundee — near duplicate of 4/87c.  {2:4g ~ 4 two cadences ||8|| ~ 1353 5453 (tonic g, final abcd)}

3/45a    Dicksey Land    715 — Composed around 1859 and credited to Ohio-born Daniel Decatur “Dan” Emmett (1814–1904), founder of the first troupe of black-face entertainers, the ‘Virginia Minstrels’. The tune was adopted as an anthem by the Confederate (Southern) army in the American Civil war. Cf Kerr’s new violin tutor p 36 (parts 1 & 2). JG’s third part seems to belong to an unrelated reel: cf ONMI no 1479 Jenny’s wedding (part 2); Ryan p 52 Come to your tay (part 2);  Kerr 2 p 31.  {2:4d ~ 8:|16||‘var’8||‘var’: ~ 1113 5553  (part 3: 1574 1571)}

3/45b    Gentle Annie — Cf Foster song book pp 33–35  {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 1121 3117}

3/46a    The Whistling Thief    716 — Attributed to Samuel Lover. Cf Kerr 3 p 28.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 53 33}

3/46b  •  Bugle Quick Step    717  {6:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 55 51 23 16}

3/46c  •  Dublin pipers  •  The Maid in the garret    718 — See 2/10a. Cf Gow Coll 2 p 6 The forrest, or the Duchess of Hamilton’s delight; Aird 3 p 155, no 402 Skiver the quilt (parts reversed); Murphy CIAJ p 11 The humours of Burres; the current session tune ‘The legacy’. See 2/10a.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 11 13 52 (tonic d)}

3/47a  •  K  •  An Chéad Céadaoin de Shamhra    349Words p 75 ‘An céad céadaoin de shamhra gan amhras do claoideadhg sinn’. {3:4g ~ 8||8:| ~ 616 511}

3/47b  •  K  •  Táim-si am Chodladh (old version)    350 — Cf Neal 1724 p 12. See 1/8b & 4/27a.  {3:4g ~ 8:|:16:| ~ 464 353}

3/47c  •  K  •  A Mháire breágh cailce    351Words p 76 ‘A Mháire caile [sic] na gcraobhfholt ngealla / ba bhreaghtha seasamh air aonach’.  {6:8c ~ 8||8:| ~ 17 55}

3/48a  •  K  •  Humours of Glenath  •  352 — Cf Aird 4 p 9, no 22 Mrs Spens Monroe’s jig; CRÉ 4 no 8 Rí na bport [The king of jigs].  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 12 33 12 36}

3/48b  •  K  •  Nóra an chúil ómair  •  353  {3:4c ~ 8||8:| ~ 345 755}

3/48c  •  K  •  Na gleannta  •  354  {3:4g ~ 8||8:| ~ 752 114}

3/49a  •  K  •  Ceapa ui Chuinn  •  355  {3:4]g ~ 2x8|| ~ 1613 6176}

3/49b  •  K  •  An Mangaire súgach    356Words pp 82 ‘Maidin dom cois sgairte amuich’.  {Cg ~ 2x6|| ~ 1355 6355}

3/49c  •  K  •  An Gréasuidhe    357Words pp 76–77 ‘Sé tig an tabhairne dfhág go dealbh me’.  {Cc ~ 8||8:| ~ 1121 1175}

3/50a  •  K  •  Éadmon Breathnach (caoine)    358Words p 77 ‘Éadmon Bhreathnuig a marcaig dhil uaisil groidhe’.  {Cd ~ 6||6:| $ to bar 7; ~ 5555 5132}

3/50b  •  K  •  Seaghanín Aorach  •  359Words pp 78–79 ‘Air bhóthar Luimine seadh thárluig an bhás orm’.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 1112 6164}

3/50c  •  K  •  Sighle Ní Chonnolláin  •  360  {Cd ~ 2x8  = 4x4|| ~ 1131 1153}

3/51a  •  K  •  Sliabh na m-ban  •  361 See PPM2 1860 pp 104–08 (words only).  {Cg ~ 2x12||  = 4x6 ~ 5555 6416}

3/51b  •  K  •  Móra air maidin duit a spéir bhean chiuin  •  362  {3:4g ~ 8||  = 2x4 ~ 112 116}

3/51c  •  K  •  Boatmans song (The rowling diddy oh!)    363  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 6612  2236 (tonic d) or 33 56 66 73 (tonic g)}

3/52a  •  K  •  McPhersons Lament  •  364  {Cg ~ 3x8:|: ~ 1113 2223}

3/52b  •  K  •  Ar phósais fós  •  365 — See 1/246a Paddy Carey (bars 1–4).  {6:8g ~ 8|| bars 1–2  = 7–8 ~ 51 31}

3/52c  •  K  •  Pádruig Ui Tuama  •  366Words p 80 Pádruig Ui Tuatha: ‘Do bhiosa lá a ccilláirne agus tharluig orm an gruagach’.  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 4321 6616}

3/53a  •  K  •  O’Sullivan’s Frolic (Bímíd ag ól &c)    367  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 5177 5125  (part 2: 53 45 53 41)}

3/53b  •  K  •  An Róguire dubh  •  368 Cf OFNIM p 40. See related tunes 3/100c Billy O’Rourke, 3/101b Droichead Loch Gearr{[6:8]g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 76 75}

3/53c  •  K  •  Rabhais ag an g-carraig  •  369 — See 1/12a.  {3:4]d ~ 16 = 4x4!| $ to 3rd beat of bar 8 ~ 555 117}

3/54a  •  K  •  An ceann dubh díleas  •  370  {3:4d ~ 16  = 4x4||28  = 7x4 ~ 323 431 [or as if 6:8 & 14 bars: 34 51 31 41]}

3/54b  •  K  •  An cailín donn deas  •  371  {Cd ~ 4||8  = 2x4|| ~ 3216 6661}

3/55a  •  K  •  An Figheadóir Aorach    372Words pp 85–86 ‘Is figheadoir aorach me anoll o Mhaghealla / buacaill socair sásda / do chathach spól go cheoil fe anairt’.  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 5564 2225}

3/55b  •  K  •  Apples in Winter  •  373  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8 two cadences ||8!| ~ 57 52 (tonic e) or 61 63 (tonic d)}

3/56a  •  K  •  Fountains Hornpipe  •  374  {Cd ~ 16||8:| ~ 1132 1115}

3/56b  •  K  •  Push her against the hop [p corrected from b?hop in index]    375  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 14 47 74}

3/57a  •  K  •  Laddy o Lee  •  376Words p 75 ‘Tá trowser air jack agus jock [r. frock ?] air a mhnaoi  /  an leanbh gan baiste as an sagart gan díol’.  {6:8d ~ 10||  = 5x2 ~ 37 57 53 47}

3/57b  •  K  •  Red Rose top  •  377  {Cc ~ 10||  = 5x2 ~ 1135 7773}

3/57c  •  K  •  Rolling in the Ryegrass  •  378 — Cf ONWSGM no 246 Irish Pat; CRÉ 1 no 133 Pádraic spóirtiúil [Sporting Paddy].  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|8||DC ~ 5112 5175}

3/57d  •  K  •  Bocach buidhe na Léige  •  379Words pp 85 ‘Rachadhsa ’nón go Sagsana / mar a bfaghadh me or ’s airgiod’. See 2/150b, 3/9c.  {Cd ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 1132 1161}

3/58a  •  K  •  Is ró bhreagh’n Dúithchig    380Words pp 87 ‘Is ro bhreagha ’n duíthchig ann a mbearainn liom tu / soir cois shrúil na déise’.   {3:4g ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 511 723}

3/58b  •  K  •  The croppy boy    381Words p 84 in Irish and English ‘As d’oidhche déardaoin agus me ar a gcrón trath’.  {Cg ~ 8||  = 4x2 ~ 2252 1113}

3/58c  •  K  •  Reading made easy  •  382  {Cd ~ 7  = 2+2+3:|:14  = 4+5+2+3:| ~ 6677 5556}

3/59a  •  K  •  Uair bheag goirm roimh an lá  •  383 — See 2/146a A little hour before day.  {Cc ~ 4:|8:| ~ 6675 4451}

3/59b  •  K  •  An Rábaire saoir  •  384Words pp 90–91 ‘Do ghlacasa mar shlighe chugam imtheacht óm mhuinntir’.  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 4337 1465}

3/59c  •  K  •  Cuimil an m[h?]áilín  •  385 — English title ‘Rub the bag’: cf Ryan p 143; ONMI no 1795 (set dance).  {6:8g ~ 8:|:10:| ~ 11 77 36 33 (tonic g)}

3/60a  •  K  •  Reel  •  386 — Cf ONMI no 1485 Good morning to your night cap.  CRÉ 4 no 204 tabhair casadh sa luachair di [roll her in the rushes]. {Cc ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5127 3351 (tonic a?)}

3/60b  •  K  •  O Sullivans return  •  387  {Cc ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1161 3216}

3/60c  •  K  •  Domhnall dubh brónach    388Words p 91 (fragment) ‘Tá sgeilín beag nuadh ’gam, le h-insinn dom chomharsain’.  {3:4g ~ 14||14||  = 4 times 4+3 ~ 116 165}

3/61a  •  K  •  Peg Ghlégeal Ní Mhurchadh  •  389  {3:4g ~ 12||12||  = 4x6 ~ 511 242}

3/61b    D.C.    Kiss the maid behind the Barrel    719 — See 3/84b.  {Cg ~ 6x4:|: part 2 mainly in two cadences] ~ 5131 5152}

3/62a  •  “Good Morrow to you &c” an old ballad –  slow    720  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 1355 6422}

3/62b    J.S.    The flogging reel    721 — In left margin: ‘J.S.’. See 3/19b, 3/131a, 4/79a.  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|4 two cadences ||8|| ~ 3131 3124}

3/62c  •  Country Dance    722 — Cf Aird 4 p 29, no 70 Boolonzie (part 1).  {Cd ~ 4 two cadences ||4!| ~ 5151 2216}

3/63a    The Chanters tune  slow — Cf B3 p 107.  {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 15 17 15 75 (4 bars) or 1154 1176 (two bars)}

3/63b  •  Séid a Bhean bhochd    723 — Cf P-S no 1121.  {6:8d ~ 4 parts: 8:|:8 two cadences :| 8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ 1352 (tonic d) or  46 15 46 14 (tonic a)}

3/64a    Foleys Reel — Cf Hime 1808 p 1.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3535 4275}

3/64b  •  K  •  Beig Reel aguinn Dé Domhnuig  •  390  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 27 31 55 (4 bars) or 3313 2275 (2 bars}

3/64c  •  The Prince of Wales’ polka    724  {2:4g ~ 2x16|| ~ 55 72 44 13 (four bars) rather than 5151 7222 (2 bars)}

3/65a    Miss Johnston’s Reel — Cf Campbell 21 p 10 Mrs Johnston of Houghton Hall; Kerr 1 p 10. See 1/43b, 2/162b, 4/121b.  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 3553 5131}

3/65b    D.C.    Lady Cork’s Reel    725 — Cf ONDMI no 511 The new policeman.  {Cg  no f ~ 4:|:8|| $ [to bar 1] DC ~ 3431 5131}

3/65c    D.C.    A Connaught Reel [JG ? pencil:]  Salamanca [?] reel    726 — See 2/180b, 3/140a.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5353 5725}

3/66a    D.C.    A Reel  Down the street [Down the street added later]    727 — Cf ONMI no 1266 Miss Thornton’s reel. See 3/128a, 3/165c Lady Caroline Bligh’s reel.  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences ||8|| $ to bar 1, DC, 3 llx4,5 bars ~ 1362 3113}

3/66b–67    The Duke of Yorks March — Cf Aird 4 p 23, no 57; Gentleman’s musical companion 1 p 48; Lee Duke of York’s; Riley 1 p 45.  {Cd [part 4 g?] ~ 2x4||12||16|| ~ 1133 5511}

3/67a    The Flying Polka    728 — Parts 1–2: cf the tune current session tune ‘The girl with the blue dress’; Cf POK 3 no 40 Green cottage second method & no 28 Polka – Green little cottage; CRÉ 3 no 80 Polka Antaine Mhic Lú [Tony Lowe’s polka]; Moylan JOL no 185 Tarrant’s (2) {2:4g ~ 8:|:8||8|| ~ 54 31 27 31 (4 bars) rather than 5542 3111 (2 bars). Last part 15 76 57 31 (4 bars, tonic c)}

3/67b    Polka — Non-traditional.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:8||8|| ~ 55 15 76 66 (4 bars)}

3/68a    D.C.    Buonaparte’s Retreat    729 — Cf ONMI no 1710 Bonaparte’s defeat.  {Cc ~ 8||4 two cadences :|12|| ~ 5112 7277}

 3/68b    D.C.    Humours of Cromane.i. Seachain do chos air an dtépot    730  {6:8c ~ 8:|8!| two cadences each:| ~ 17 75 17 44}

3/69a    D.C.    Drowsy Moggy    731 — Cf Pipes p 19, no 10, Cork p 72. no 15.  {Cg ~ 2 x 4:|:4 two cadences :| ~ 5152 5147 (final g, but tonic a)}

3/69b    D.C.    Reel (Jer Kane) O’Sheas Frolic [Jer Kane small, added later?; F corrected  < ?]    732 — Cf Treoir 7 (1975) no 5 Mrs Flanagan’s (from accordeonist Mrs D. Flanagan of Ballindine, Co Mayo, a sister of the musicians P.J. Conlon and Mrs Rose Anne Murphy).  {[C]d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 3512 4325}

3/70a    D.C.    Molly will you do it?    733 — Cf ONMI nos 1370, 1371 The ivy leaf.  {Cd ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 1525 1547 (final d, but tonic a)}

3/70b    D.C.    Reel    734 — Cf Ryan p 94 The green groves of Erin; ONMI no 1429.  {Cc ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 1252 7242}

3/70c    D.C.    Take her out and air her    735 — Cf Ryan p 24 The ships are sailing.  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|8||DC ~ 5157 4242}

3/71a    D.C.    Reel (D.S.) Kitty is gone a milking    73600 [ng corrected] — Cf Ryan p 98 Repeal of the Union; ONMI no 1179.  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 5255 5272}

3/71b    D.C.    Money Lad    737  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 3131 6522}

3/71c    D.C.    Money in hand    738  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5351 5351}

3/72a    D.C.    The ships are sailing    739 — Cf Ryan p 6 Cameronian.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 5313 4241}

3/72b    DC?    Reel    740 — Cf VMP Winder MS JaW.345 Orange & blue; Ryan p 78 Jack Smith’s favorite.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 3151 3511}

3/72c    D.C.    Jig    741 Cf Tubridy 1 p 35 The battering ram. See 3/184a Mary O’Hara (near duplicate).  {6:8c ~ 2x8:| ~ 53 51 53 16 (final e, but tonic g)}

3/73a    D.C.    Humours of Glynn    742 — bars 29–30 in the MS are pasted over error on a scrap.  {6:8c ~ 4x8:|: ~ 11 36 11 41 (tonic a, final a in all parts)}

3/73b  •  The pig under the pot  •  743 — See 4/155c Paddy Whack.  {6:8d ~ 8||8:| ~ 11 63 16 75}

3/74a  •  K  •  Airgiod caillighe (the old) •  391 — Part 1: cf Ryan p 116 Strop the razor (part 2).  {6:8g ~ [4x8:|:] part 2 bar 5a ( = 5) omitted ~ 51 57 (tonic g)}

3/74b    D.C.    The bottles & the glasses come rolling on the table    744 — Cf Aird 1 p 16, no 44 The Lea rigg. See 2/11c The Lee rigg.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1511 2231}

3/74c    D.C.    Yeomans reel    745 Cf Aird 3 p 183, no 474 Lochiel’s awa to France, but he’ll come again; ONDMI no 639 On the sly; part 1: the current session tune ‘The Laurel bush/tree’.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8|DC ~ 5154 2724}

3/75a    D.C.    Greggs pipes    746 — See 3/78b The barley grain.  {5172 5176}

3/75b    D.C.    The Devil among the tailors    747  {Cc ~ 2x8||DC ~ 5153 5153 (final a, but tonic g)}

3/75c    D.C.    Split the Whisker (The new)    748 — Part 2: cf Mitchell DMWC nos 36 & 59 Garret Barry’s jig.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 57 11 37}

3/76a    D.C.    Tell her I am    749 — Cf Ryan p 109. See 1/36c The humours of Ballymore. See 3/149c Dúiseachd jig by Jackson.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 14 14 56 41}

3/76b    D.C.    Jig  •  750  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 21 32 65}

3/76c    D.C.    Fire on the mountains    751 — Cf Ryan p 106 Billy Patterson’s favourite; Kerr 1 p 37 The blackthorn stick.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 16 53 55 33}

3/77a    D.C.    Butchers March (as a jig)    752 — See 1/183b.  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 76 76 76 51}

3/77b    D.C.    Humours of glasses    753 — Cf ONMI no 1469 The Skibbereen lasses (part 1).  {Cd ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5355 4344}

3/78a    D.C.    The Darkhaired girl    754 — Cf Ryan p 16; ONMI no 1326 The black haired lass. See 1/158c The Darkgate girl.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3135 4537}

3/78b    D.C.    The barley grain    755 — Part 2: cf CRÉ 3 no 65 Polca Chnoc na bPoll [Knocknaboul polka] (part 2). See 3/75a Greggs pipes.  {Cg~ 4:|8|| ~ 5272 5213}

3/78c  •  K  •  Slán & beannachd le buairiomh an tsaoghail  •  392  {6:8d ~ 8||8:| ~ 17 45}

3/79a  •  K  •  Bonny Bettie  •  393  {3:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 343 245}

3/79b  •  K  •  Táim cortha ó bheith am aonar am luighe  •  394Words p 100 (fragment) ‘Tráthnóinín deighionach ’s me dul a bhálcaoriochd / do dhearcas an spéirbhean ’na suidhe’. 2/118a is another setting.  {3:4d ~ 19||  = 4+3 +4+3 +5 ~ 667 655 (tonic d)}

3/79c  •  Jig    756  — Cf ONMI no 949 The humors of Trim; DMWC no 42 The rolling wave. {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 13 53 17}

3/80a  •  K  •  Humours of Strandroad  •  395  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 34 34 34 57}

3/80b  •  K  •  Thro’ the heath  •  396  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 27 51 27}

3/80c  •  K  •  Round the world for sport  •  397 — See 1/117b.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 33 55 21}

3/81a    The Smith’s March    757  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 51 51 32}

3/81b    Wallop the Ladies    758 — See 2/2a Cherish the ladies, 4/2a “Thought”.   {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 15 15 62 63}

3/82a  •  K  •  Cailín gan chiall  •  398  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 53 32 54}

3/82b    McCarthys Hornpipe    759 — Cf Ryan p 171 Blanchard’s; also known as ‘RoxboroughCastle’. See near duplicate 1/244b.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1151 4451}

3/82c  •  D.S.  •  The Pidgeon on the gate    760  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5321 3231}

3/83  •  D.S.  •  Nóra Críona    761 — Pipes p 27, no 41 Norah Kiste, UCC p [73], no 6.  {6:8c ~ 5x8:|: part 4 two cadences ~ 11 35 11 25 (tonic g)}

3/84a  •  D.S.  •  The Showman’s reel    762  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5353 5342}

3/84b  •  D.S.  •  Kiss the maid behind the barrel    763 — See 3/61b.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5121 3343}

3/84c  •  K  •  Humours of Glencurtha  •  399  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 15 15 46 46}

3/85a  •  K  •  Duke of Yorks troop  slow  •  400 — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 86.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 15 31 71 53}

3/85b  •  K  •  Touch it up tight  •  401  {6:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 22 61 22 63}

3/86a  •  K  •  Humours of Tralee  •  402 — Part 1: Cf ONMI no 1094 Miss Casey (and the current session tune ‘The orphan’ (one of the ‘Larazus’ family of tunes). See 1/86a Paddy from London (part 1).  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 73 54 77}

3/86b  •  K  •  Moggy will you do it again  •  403  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 23 26 51 15}

3/86c  •  K  •  Sprightly Peggy  •  404 — Part 1: see 2/180c The long hills of Mourne.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3116 6121}

3/87a  •  K  •  Is claoite  ’n galar an grádh  •  405  {6:8g ~ 12!|  = 6!+6, $ to bar 7; ~ 35 31}

3/87b  •  K  •  Jenny bank the weavers  •  406  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1324 1343}

3/87c  •  K  •  Jockey thro’ the town  •  407 — See 3/186b Lanigan’s ball.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 55 54 54}

3/87d  •  K  •  Rock of the quilt  •  408  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 62 31 61}

3/88a  •  K  •  The new Glenath  •  409 — Cf Ryan p 143 The eviction.  {6:8g ~ [LS 8:|:8 2 cadences :| ~ 64 62 63 31}

3/88b  •  K  •  Kennedys Freisure  •  410 — Title refers to Tom Kennedy?  {9:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 115 153}

3/88c  •  K  •  Humours of Millstreet  •  411Cf ONMI no 1000 The old grey goose (part 1). See 1/96a We’ll all take Coach & trip it away (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 31 22 27}

3/89a  •  K  •  Slidrem Sandy ? (Tristram Shandy)    412  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 65 66 43}

3/89b  •  K  •  Jacksons pipes  •  413 — BBJ no 29 (this setting).  {Cg ~ 4x8:|: ~ 6616 6223}

3/90a  •  K  •  Humours of Ballinafad [u of Hu corrected  < ?]  •  414 — Cf Ryan p 114 The rambler from Clare.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 77 32 44}

3/90b  •  K  •  Lady (of the lake) in the boat  •  415  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 35 15 35}

3/90c  •  K  •  My name is bold Kelly  •  416 — Cf the air used for the song ‘The bold Fenian men’.  {3:4g ~ 16!|  = 4x4 $ to bar 8 ~ 511 171 :}

3/91a  •  K  •  An Crimíneach comm    417  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 14 55 14 51}

3/91b  •  K  •  Kerin’s Frolic  •  418 — See 1/69b An stáicín eórnadh, especially part 1.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 6634 2233}

3/91c  •  K  •  Miss Connell’s reel  •  419 — See 2/25a Sukey bids me.  {Cg ~ 4!|8||DC ~ 1516 5323}

3/92a  •  K  •  The Banks of the Dee  •  420  {3:4g ~ 8:|:16:| ~ 166 511}

3/92b  •  K  •  The gipsey (an old country dance)    421 — Unrelated to 2/55a.  {Cg ~ 8:|:4:| ~ 1167 6155}

3/92c  •  K  •  Lady Kennedys reel  •  422  {Cg ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 3333 1356}

3/93a  •  K  •  Shantruis  •  423  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1566 1106}

3/93b  •  K  •  Máire & Brian    424 Words p 102 ‘Bliaghain agus lá máireach seadh d’fhágas an baille’.  {3:4d ~ 4||4:| ~ 111 321}

3/93c  •  K  •  Cos deas a mbróigín  •  425  {3:4g ~ 20 = 4x5 !|$ to bar 10 ~ 366 113}

3/94a  •  K  •  Malichi Daly  •  426 — Cf OFPC 1 p 25 The bucks of Tipperary. See 2/36b, 1/94a.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 16 55 11 33}

3/94b  •  K  •  Siobháinín Seó  •  427  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 554 557}

3/94c  •  K  •  Caoine Phiaruis Feirteára [sic]    428Words pp 100–101 ‘A Dhia ’tá shuas an truadh leat mise mar táim’. Cf Dánta PF pp 38–39.  {Cd ~ 14||  = 3x3+(3+2) ~ 5545 3212}

3/95a  •  K  •  Down the Bank  •  429 Cf Aird 5 p2, no 5 Down with the Peebles, Irish. See 1/220a (near duplicate), 1/179c Roy’s wife (part 1).  {Cc ~ 3x4:|: ~ 5333 5322 (tonic d, final e)}

3/95b    J.S.    Take me while I’m pleasing    764  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5151 5135}

3/95c  •  JS    The pidgeon on the gate    765  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 5157 5155}

3/96a    J.S.    Constantine Hornpipe    766 — Cf ONMI no 1726 Billy Taylor’s hornpipe (part 1). See 3/24b The man-of-war hornpipe (part 1).  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1356 5135}

3/96b    D.C.    Scotch Mary    767  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5153 1232}

3/96c    D.C.    Brighton Hornpipe    768 — Cf CRÉ 3 no 225 Cornphíopa Uí Mhathúna [O’Mahony’s hornpipe].  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5211 5213}

3/97a    D.C.    Dowlas [?] Hornpipe    769  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1115 3225}

3/97b    D.C.    Hornpipe    770 {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3153 6716}

3/97c    D.C.    Merthyr Hornpipe    771 — Cf Ryan p 177 Rickett’s hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1135 6510 (0  = crotchet rest)}

3/98a    D.C.    Swansea Hornpipe    772  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1413 4542}

3/98b    D.C.    Rimmi [Rimini? i no dot] Hornpipe    773  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1513 6310 (0  = crotchet rest)}

3/98c    D.C.    Hornpipe    774 — Cf ONMI no 1557 The Greencastle hornpipe. See 3/104a The mountain hornpipe. Part 1: see 1/58c Hanley’s hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3535 1765}

3/99a  •  K  •  Cailleach an dilisg  •  430 — Part 1: cf Aird 1 p 26, no 74  Duncan’s dance (part 2). See 3/181b.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 64 42}

3/99b  •  K  •  Humours of Listowel  •  431 — Cf Joyce MS 3 p 72, no 459 An cailín donn/ The brown haired girl; Tubridy 1 p 31 The geese in the bog; Ryan p 102 Catholic boys (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 37 37}

3/99c  •    Boring the leather  •  432 — Cf ONDMI no 334 When you go home. See 2/98 Leather, or the shoemaker’s fancy.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 77 42}

3/100a  •  K  •  The weavers jig  •  433 — Cf Ryan p 106 Bundle and go (part 1). See 2/27a The free masons march (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 72 13 11}

3/100b  •  K  •  Follow me down to Carlow  •  434 — See 3/182b Miss Murphy’s reel.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: part 2 two cadences ~ 11 57 13 57}

3/100c  •  K  •  Billy O’Rourke  •  435. — See 3/101b Droichead loch gearr, also (related) 3/53b An rogaire dubh.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 76 37}

3/101a  •  K  •  Drunken mans Frolic  •  436  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 7767 4741 (tonic a) or 11 71 51 52 (tonic g)}

3/101b  •  K  •  Droichead loch gearr  •  437 — See 3/100c Billy O’Rourke, also (related) 3/53b An rogaire dubh.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 76 37}

3/101c  •  K  •  Charlie over the water  •  438 — See 1/156–57 The Scots came o’er the borders.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 11}

3/102a  •  K  •  Lovely Charlie  •  439 — Cf ONMI no 1748 The redhaired boy  {Cc ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3612 3321 (tonic?c) or perhaps 5134 5543 (tonic?a)}

3/102b  •  K  •  Orange & green (minuet)    440 — See 1/212c Lochaber no more, 4/44a Limerick’s lamentation, 4/160a Lochaber.  {3:4g ~ 8:|16|| ~ 334 221}

3/102c  •  K  •  Sir Barrys March  •  441 — See 4/158b Mooreheads hornpipe (part 1).  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1115 4222}

3/103a  •  K  •  The mountain Ranger  •  442  {Cc ~ 2x8|| ~ 1414 7570}

3/103b  •  K  •  Humours of holystone  •  443 — The Holy Stone is in Dingle. See 2/57a The bucks of Westmeath (part 1), 1/29c The humours of Berehaven (part 2).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 24 24 22}

3/103c  •  jig    775  {6:8d ~ 8:|: 8 two cadences :| ~ 46 444715}

3/104a    The Mountain Hornpipe    776 — Cf ONMI no 1557 The Greencastle hornpipe. See 3/98c Hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3535 3765}

3/104b  •  Silver and gold  •  777 — Cf Petrie AMI p 144 The Catholic boy; CRÉ 1 no 9 Cathaoir an phíobaire [The piper’s chair].  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 34 54 32}

3/104c  •  Hornpipe  •  778  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3511 3265}

3/105a  •  The Maid of Aberdeen  •  779 — Cf ONWSGM no 268 The Curragh races.  {[C]d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5151 7242}

3/105b  •  The coughing old man  •  780 — Cf OFNIM p 28 Round the world for sport. See different setting at 4/120a Sugradh ann gach uile áit. Diversion every where.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 15 16 32}

3/105c  •  O Sullivans Fancy  •  782 — Cf Ryan p 126 Vaughan’s favorite; ONMI no 720 Have a drink on me. See 3/131c for note by JG on how to play the repeat of the turn.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 36 66}

3/106a  •  Humours of Glengarriff  •  782 — Cf Ryan p 114 The rambler from Clare.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 37 57 37 24}

3/106b  •  The meadow in Bloom [JG pencil:] & [?] Within a mile of Dublin  •  783  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 2577 2543}

3/106c  •  My love is in America  •  784 — Cf Ryan p 58 Cheese it; ONMI no 1548 Corney is coming. See 1/52b The bride’s to bed.  {Cd ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 5113 7424}

3/107a  •  Reel  •  785 — Cf CRÉ 1 no 173 An buachaill sa mbád [The boy in the boat]. {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5335 4243}

3/107b  •  Bonny Lads — See near duplicate at 1/53b.  {Cd ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 3165 4522}

3/107c  •  O’Connells welcome to Clare    786 — Cf ONMI no 862 Charley the prayermaster.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 11 35 11 43

3/108a    The Telegraph reel    787 — Cf ONMI no 1553 Rolling on the rye grass. See 1/39b, 2/180a.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5515 4615}

3/108b  •  The D   take the Minister    788 — Cf Ryan p 8 Ally Croaker’s favorite.  {Cd ~ 4:|8:| ~ 1466 6675}

3/108c  •  Mamma’s pet  •  789 — Cf ONWSGM no 205 (part 1). See 3/177c (part 1).  {Cd ~ 4:|8||DC part 1 two cadences ~ 1765 1352 (tonic c) rather than 7654 7241 (tonic d)?)}

3/109a  •  Reel Miss Kellys    790 — Cf ONMI no 1289 McFadden’s handsome daughter (part 1).  {Cd ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 5513 4321}

3/109b  •  Hornpipe    791 — See 1/62a Newcastle Hornpipe (related?).  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3332 1115}

3/109c  •  jig    792 — See 1/7a Fagbhamaoid súd mar atá sé.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 36 36 37}

3/110a  •  Scotch Mary    793 — See 3/182a Reel.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 3135 3777}

3/110b  •  The Fair Maids of Ireland    794  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5721 2521}

3/110c    The morning star — See 1/51a The steam packet, near duplicate.  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 3331 3616}

3/111a  •  The Police jacket (reel)    795 — Cf Ryan p 47 Paddy on the railroad; ONMI no 1509 The merry blacksmith. See 4/90c The railroad.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1163 5132}

3/111b    The blackberry blossom — See 4/79c (variant).  {Cd ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 5331 3331}

3/111c  •  March (Sir Barry Denny’s)    796 — Cf VMP Clarke MS WCl.18 Ballance a straw; Howe’s 1,000 p 46; Boss Murphy no 250. See near duplicate at 3/128b March.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3331 5556}

3/112a  •  D.S.  •  The Grey goose    797 — Cf ONMI no 755 The templehouse jig (part 1). See 2/49a. Part 1: see 4/84c Dunkeild House.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 53 72 42}

3/112b  •  K  •  Pears for Ladies  •  444  {6:8d ~ 5x8:|: ~ 31 11 31 42}

3/113a    Planxty Reilly (Carolan) — Copy (?) of 4/122d–123.  {6:8d ~ 12:|:12:|:8:|:8:|: ~ 17 34}

3/113b  •  J.G.  •  Jig “Ara go easy!”    798 — In left margin: ‘J.G.’; probably composed by J.G. The last two bars are written at the end of p 112.  {6:8d ~ 4:|:4:| two cadences each part ~ 55 52}

3/114–15  •  K  •  The Drogheda jig  •  445 — Cf Pipes p 28, no 56 (different setting) — See 1/74 (part copy).  {6:8g ~ 13x8:|: ~ 11 14 11 12}

3/116a  •  K  •  A Dháithín a ghrádh ghil    446Words p 110 (fragment) ‘A Dháithin ’sa ghrá ghil aro déin dam ceairt’; another fragment to same air: ‘Bhéarfainn ól fada air bórd duit a ghrá mo chroidhe’  {3:4d ~ 16!|  = 4x4 $ to bar 8 (! after beat 2) ~ 713 152}

3/116b  •  K  •  Dá mbeidhinnsi air bórd loinge d’ólfainn do shláinte  •  447 — See 3/119b Seughan geal uch Ridire.  {3:4c ~ 16!|  = 4x4 ~ 111 111}

3/116c  •  K  •  “When this old hat was new”  •  448  {Cg ~ 16!|  = 4x4 $  8 ~ 3335 6653}

3/117a  •  K  •  Ag éirge ’mach air maidin dam  •  449  {Cd ~ 16:|  = 4x4 ~ 5532 1113}

3/117b  •  K  •  Mickey Reilly  •  450  {3:4g ~ 8||8|| ~ 132 262}

3/117c  •  K  •  The Humours of Minard  •  451  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 15}

3/118a  •  K  •  Píce an t-súgradh  •  452 — See Iris 2:109–111 for mention of a Dingle dancer named thus.  {6:8g ~ | $ !8:|8:|:8:| no $ ~ 77 75}

3/118b  •  K  •  Cluithche an t-úisín shuairc  •  453  {Cd ~ 16!| $ to bar 8 beat 2 ~ 1112 3322}

3/119a  •  K  •  Humours of passage  •  454 — Cf OFPC 3 p 12.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:| ~ 11 22 33 36 (tonic g) or (tonic d? 4455  6662)}

3/119b  •  K    Seughan [?] geal uch Ridire [probably Seaghan]    455(Seán na gealaidhe: Jack o’ the lantern?). See 3/116b Dá mbeidhinnsi air bórd loinge d’ólfainn do shláinte.  {3:4d ~ 16!| $ to bar 8 beat 2 ~ 555 555 http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/mono-laser-printers/samsung-xpress-m2835dw-mono-laser-printer-review-3574887/}

3/119c  •  K  •  Móirín Ní Chealla    456Words p 109 ‘ ’S móra duit a Móirín ui Chealla / ó chseólais do chapal chum drúchd’.  {6:8d ~ 8||‘chorus’ 8|| ~ 34 75}

3/120a  •  K  •  Humours of Newtown  •  457 — Part 1: cf Jackson JCIT p 1 Cossey’s jigg; ONMI no 991 Jimmy O’Brien’s jig; Tubridy 2 p 38 The maid in the meadow. See 3/181a, 2/97a Jackson’s Lodge, 2/165b Caseys jig.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 43 23}

3/120b  •  K  •  An Air [corrected]  •  458  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|  = 4x4 ~ 33 42 37 11}

3/120c  •  K  •  The Rambler from Clare  •  459. See 2/153a.  {6:8g ~ 8:|12:|  = 2x4 +(4+4)+4 ~ 54 51}

3/121a  •  K  •  The Lowlands of Holland  •  460  {Cg ~ 8||8:|  = 4x4 ~ 3322 1147}

3/121b  •  K  •  Sally Magee  •  461 — Cf OFNIM p 23. See 2/172a.  6:8c ~ 8||8:| ~ 14 53 14 56}

3/121c  •  K  •  Tailiuir an Mhagaig  •  462Words p 124 ‘Ó Dhia ro! aindhir  nó’n rachfá-sa liomsa ag ól’. See 3/15c.  {6:8g ~ 12||  = 3x4 ~ 3 72 (3-bar 6-stress phrases)}

3/121d  •  K  •  Rós Fhíonnáin (reel)    463  {Cg ~ 2x4:| ~ 1122 1135}

3/122  •  K  •  Killicrankie  •  464  {Cd ~ 16:|:16:|:8:|:8:| ~ 5553 5153}

3/123a  •  K  •  Humours of Ballycairde (baille’n cháirde)    465  {6:8g ~ 2x8:| ~ 11 66 72 13}

3/123b  •  K  •  Johnny’s [corrected  < ies?] wedding (reel)    466  {Cc ~ 4:|8|| part 1 two cadences ~ 3531 2427}

3/123c  •  K  •  The Girl that lost her —    467  {Cg ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 1372 3563}

3/124a  •  K  •  Máire Ní Dhaoinléith    468 — Tunes p 8c. See 1/10a Sibéil Ni Bhriain.  {Cg ~ |! $ 4!|8|| no $ ~ 1155 6716}

3/124b  •  K  •  Jenny bank the rose  •  469  {Cc ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 1577 4477}

3/124c  •  K  •  O’Sullivans Favourite  •  470  {Cd ~ 2x8:| ~ 1377 1324}

3/125a  •  K  •  Bás nó cunncas  •  471  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 4414 5557}

3/125b  •  K  •  Nóra óg  •  472 — See 3/83a Nóra Críona, 3/183b Nóra Críona as a jig{6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 13 43 13 247}

3/126a  •  K  •  Jig .i. “Cuir do lámh orm-sa a Mháire”    473  {6:8g ~ 2x8:| ~ 32 54}

  [The next 37 items have ‘G.S.’ in the left-hand margin]

3/126b  •  G.S.  •  The star of Munster    799  {Cg ~ 8:|8|| ~ 3217 1577}

3/126c  •  G.S.  •  The Lee flower    800  {Cg ~ 4!|8||DC ~ 1543 2523}

3/127a  •  G.S.  •  The Coursing [overwrites something] reel    801 — Cf ONDMI no 775 The maid of Feakle (part 1); CRÉ 3 no 192 De ghrá na sean-mheasúlachta [For the sake of old decency] (part 1).  {Cg ~ 2x8||DC ~ 5326 2323}

3/127b    G.S.    The Cork Lasses    802 — Cf Mitchell & Small PPT no 14 The Sword in hand. See 1/42a The Union is welcome to Ireland.  {Cd ~ 4!|8||DC ~ 4635 2662}

3/127c  •  G.S.  •  Last nights fun    803 — Cf ONDMI no 452.  {9:8? c ~ 4:|:4 two cadences :| ~ 155 154 (tonic d) or 522 521 (tonic g)}

3/128a  •  G.S.  •  Down the street    804 — Cf ONMI no 1266 Miss Thornton’s reel. See 3/66a, 3/165c Lady Caroline Bligh’s reel.  {Cg ~ 8:|8|| ~ 1113 4245}

3/128b  •  G.S.  •  March    805 — Cf VMP Clarke MS WCl.18 Ballance a straw; Howe’s 1,000 p?46. Boss Murphy no 250. See near duplicate at 3/111c March (Sir Barry Denny’s)   {Cg ~ 2x8:| ~ 3331 5556}

3/128c  •  G.S.    Bonny Kate    806 — See 3/142b.  {Cd ~ 4 two cadences :|8||DC ~ 5165 1522}

3/129a  •  G.S.  •  Money Musk [s written over something]    807  {Ca ~ | $ 2:|:4 two cadences !| DC $ ~ 5346 5324 (tonic a)}

3/129b  •  G.S.  •  Money Musk (another version)    808 — Cf Robert Petrie 2 p 11; Cameron p 25.  {Ca ~ | $ 4:|:4 two cadences !|DC $ ~ 5356 5324 (tonic a)}

3/129c  •  G.S.  •  Roast beef from London    809  {Cd ~ 2x4:| ~ 3315 7424}

3/129d  •  G.S.  •  Reel    810 — Cf Hime 1805 book 2, no 23 Ryan’s rant; CRÉ 4 no 136 Siamsaíocht an Rianaigh [Ryan’s rant].  Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 3717 3747 (tonic a)}

3/130a  •  G.S.  •  The Sandy haired boy    811 — Cf ONMI no 1354 The strawberry blossom (parts reversed); the current session tune ‘The boys of Ballynahinch’.  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|8||DC ~ 6114 1477 (part 1, tonic d); 3126 1245 (part 2, tonic a)}

3/130b  •  G.S.  •  jig    812 — Cf Harding’s All-round p 14 The Sylph; VMP Harrison MS RH.100; Ashman p 1 (part 1).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 52 34 72}

3/130c  •  G.S.  •  The top of Cork road    813 — Part 2: cf Aird 1 p 68, no 196 Irish lilt (part 2). See 1/101a (part 2).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 67 12 32}

3/131a  •  G.S.  •  The Flogging reel (another set)    814 — Cf DubMMag Nov 1842, tune no 40 (from Paddy Conneely). See 3/19b, 3/62b, 4/79a.  {Cd ~ 4:|:4 two cadences :|8:|DC ~ 3135 3131}

3/131b  •  G.S.  •  The maids of Erin    815 — Cf Surenne DMS pp 10–11 The Marquis of Huntley (parts reversed); Ryan p 258.  {Cc ~ 4:|:4!| two cadences both parts ~ 5331 5216}

3/131c  •  O’Sullivans Fancy  •  [see 782] — Note (with music) by JG on how to play the repeat of the turn of 3/105c O Sullivans fancy.

3/132a  •  G.S.  •  Farewell to the Highlands    816 — Cf Curtin MS no 5 A Highland quickstep. Part 1: cf Aird 2 p 3, no 7 2nd Turks march; CRÉ 1 no 31 Banríon na luachra [The queen of the rushes]. {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3112 4225 (2 bars) or 31 42 31 52 (4 bars)}

3/132b  •  G.S.  •  jig    817 — Part 1: cf Aird 2 p 65, no 177 Oak stick. New way (part 2). See 3/20c The oak stick (part 2);   {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 35 55 24 44}

3/132c  •  G.S.  •  Scotch lilt    818 — Cf Roche 2 p 37, no 292 The waves of Tory. Part 1: See 1/101b jig (Paddy mc Fadden Mhic Phawdeen).  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~  51 57 42 24 (4 bars) rather than 5117 5576 (2 bars)}

3/133a  •  G.S.  •  The wash-woman    819 — Cf Roche 2 p 72, no 187 The Laune rangers; ONMI no 1221 Kitty Losty’s reel. See 3/147a The queen of May.  {Cg ~ 4!|8||DC ~ 7717 4224}

3/133b  •  G.S.  •  The Linster [?] Highroad — Cf Aird 4 p 3, no 8 The high road to Linton; Cameron p 18; Kerr’s collection p 3. See 1/ 217b High road to London, 2/57d The primrose girl.   {CG ~ 2x4:|: ~ 3611 6611}

3/133c    The lowbacked car — Cf Lover Low-backed car.  {6:8g ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 13 47}

3/134a  •  G.S.  •  Temple House    820 — See 3/112a The grey goose (part 1), 2/49a (jig version of this reel).  {Cd ~ 4!|8||DC ~ 1353 7242}

3/134b  •  G.S.  •  The Ladies pantaloons    821 — See 1/228b The green pantaloons.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 3414 2454}

3/134c  •  G.S.  •  The Bridal polka    822 — Cf Jenny Lind’s favorite polka composed by Anton Wallerstein in 1846; Albert Bridal polka; Alexander’s scrap book new series  vol 7 p 30 Bridal polka no 1 by D’Albert; Trim Hardy no 76 (parts 1 & 3). CRÉ 5 no 94 Polca na Brídí. It was recorded in 1922 by Chicago piper Tom Ennis as ‘Murphy’s polka’, and is still current in the Irish popular tradition as the ‘Jenny Lind polka’. See 1/210b New Jenny Lind polka.&nbslp;{Cg ~ 2x8:| ~ 73 21 27 25 (4 bars)}

3/135a  •  G.S.  •  jig    823 — Cf Ryan p 118 Prince Charles; ONDMI no 165 Charles Stewart.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 65 45 72}

3/135b  •  G.S.  •  The Rakes of Clonmel    824 — See 2/40b.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 37 51}

3/135c  •  G.S.  •  Jig    825 — Cf ONDMI no 316 The humors of Glynn.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 31 33 72}

3/136a  •  G.S.  •  The pretty girls of Gorey    826 — Part 1 see 2/179a My bride is a young thing.  {Cd ~ 4!|8|| ~ 5152 5174}

3/136b  •  G.S.  •  Reel    827 — Cf Robert Petrie 2 p 3 Honble Mrs Maule’s Reel; Kerr 3 p 12 Sheep shanks; ONMI no 1500 The linen cap. See 1/50c The Kilkenny Hunt.  {Cd ~ 4!|8||DC ~ 1531 2462}

3/136c  •  G.S.  •  The Summers morning  •  828

3/136d  •  G.S.  •  The Tinkers Frolic  •  829 — See 1/41c, 4/50b The jolly tinker.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5175 5154 (tonic a)}

3/137a  •  G.S.  •  Highland Fling  •  830 — Cf CRÉ 2 no 121 Gan ainm [untitled, from Tom Barrett].  {2:4c ~ 8:|16  = 2x8|| ~ 15 55 42 42 (4 bars)}

3/137b  •  G.S.  •  Victoria Quadrilles No. 1 — Non-traditional.  {6:8g ~ | $ 2x8|| $ ~ 35 3535 32}

3/137c  •  [G.S.]  •  [Victoria Quadrilles] No. 2.  {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 33 11 15 55 (4 bars)}

3/138a  •  [G.S.]  •  [Victoria Quadrilles] No: 3.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 51 51}

3/138b  •  [G.S.]  •  [Victoria Quadrilles] No. 4.  {2:4d ~ 2x8|| ~ 1115 1313}

3/138c  •  K  •  The Pantheon jig  •  474  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 21}

[The next 29 tunes have OD / O’D / O.D written in the left margin]

3/139a  •  O’D  •  Kilkenny jig  •  831 — Cf ONMI no 724 The maid at the well. See 1/35a The black stripper.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: part 2 two cadences, of 5 bars out of 8 ~ 15 14 64 36}

3/139b  •  O’D  •  Garry Owen — Common in print in 2-part versions. Parts 1 & 2 cf Alexander Flowers p 64; part 3: cf ONDMI no 1001 (part 6). See 1/254b.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: +8:| ~ 63 33 63 22}

3/140a  •  O’D  •  A Connaught Reel  •  832 — Cf ONMI no 1433 Lord Gordon? Part 1: cf ONMI no 1119 The bucks of Oranmore. See 2/180b The Salamanca, 3/65c.  {Cd ~ 4 two cadences !|8|| ~ 5353 5362}

3/140b  •  O’D  •  A Munster Reel  •  833 — Cf ONMI no 1456 Jenny’s welcome to Charlie.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||8||8|| ~ 1152 4717}

3/141a  •  O’D  •  Reel  •  834  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|8|| ~ 1413 1753}

3/141b  •  O’D  •  The new post office (reel)  •  835 — Cf ONMI no 1302 The new mail coach.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5335 3211}

3/141c  •  O’D  •  Reel    836 — Cf CRÉ 2 no 176 Bainis an phíobaire [The piper’s wedding]  {Cc ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1665 1531 [1565 1531 if 2nd note corrected to C]}

3/142a  •  O’D  •  jig  •  837 — Cf Joyce OIFMS p 351 The cat’s bagpipes; Ryan p 122 Jackson’s rolling jig (2 part setting); P-S no 942 Old Clare jig (part 1); ONDMI no 329 Humors of Clare (parts 2 & 3 reversed).  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: +8|| ~ 13 24 13 56}

3/142b  •  O’D  •  Bonny Kate  •  838 [JG:] (see page 128) — See 3/128c.  {Cd ~ 4:|4!|two cadences each part ~ 3565 1522}

3/143a  •  O’D  •  Ride a mile  •  839 — Not Pipes p 30, no 77 — See 1/82c.  {9:8g ~ 4:|8|| ~ 513 511}

3/143b  •  O’D  •  Strathspey — Cf Cameron p 38 Lord Seaforth; Hamilton HUT 1 p 146.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 7513 4366}

3/143c  •  O’D  •  Captain Kellys reel  •  840 — Cf Ryan p 12.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1211 5326}

3/144a  •  O’D  •  Lady Hynes : jig    841 — perhaps related to 2/151a O’Shea’s frolic.  {6:8d ~  4 parts: 8:|:8 two cadences :|8:|:16|| ~ 17 17 31 31}

3/144b  •  O’D  •  The Maiden Fair (reel)    842  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1531 1534}

3/145a  •  O’D    The Galway harebait (reel)  •  843  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 2115 5174 (tonic a)}

3/145b  •  O’D    Sir Robert Bruce’s Hornpipe    844 — Cf ONMI no 1790 The Lodge road (part 1).  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1127 5555}

3/145c  •  O’D  •  Glanmorgan House (Jig)    845 — See 2/161c The House of Glenarkeen, 4/78a The House of Clonelphin (the tune commonly known now as ‘The boys of Tandragee’ or ‘Happy and gay’).  {6:8a ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 57 47 24}

[JG originally numbered pp 146–59 as 145–158, and has corrected the numbers by overwriting.]

3/146a  •  O’D  •  The Sporting days of Easter  — Part 2: cf ,CRÉ 4 no 106 Timpeall an tseomra [All round the room] (from Grier MS). Part 2: see 4/79f Fanny (part 1).  846  {Cd ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 2525 7724}

3/146b    O’D    A Scotch Country Dance    847  {2:4f ~ 8:|16|| ~ 13 53 54 54 (4 bars)}

3/146c    O’D    The Munster Lass    848 — Cf Walker’s Hib Mag, May 1787, p 796; Fitzmaurice 3 p 1. See 4/20e, 3/200b Mulcahy’s favourite.   {6:8d ~ 8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ 11 31 11 52}

3/147a  •  O’D  •  The Queen of May    849 — Cf ONMI no 1221 Kitty Losty’s reel. See 3/133a The wash-woman. {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5715 4224}

3/147b  •  O’D  •  Miss Duns Fancy    850 — Cf ONMI no 1311 The happy days of youth; The O’Connor Don reel (piper Martin Reilly’s original version): see Mitchell & Small 1980; Mitchell 2010, — video here .  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1563 1326}

3/147c  •  O’D    The Farmers Lass    851 — Cf Ryan p 53 Boy in the gap. Part 1: see 3/200b Mulcahy’s favourite.  {[C]d ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1217 5454}

3/148a  •  O’D  •  The Humours of Peppermint    852  {6:8g ~ 2x8:| part 2 two cadences (2nd unmarked) ~ 11 61 52 36)

3/148b    O’D    Hornpipe    853 — Cf Raven p 186 Deep waters (part 1); Kerr 2 p 28 Lamplighter’s hornpipe; Ryan p 185.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5511 5511}

3/148c  •  O’D  •  Maggie tripping on the shore    854 Related to the Irish tune ‘Maggie Pickens’. See 4/22b “Whistle owre the lave o’t”.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1543 4326}

3/149a  •  O’D  •  Lovely Jane [June?]    855  — Cf OIFMS p 101 ‘Hibernia’s lovely Jane’{Cc ~ 2x4|| ~ 3 1161 4265 (tonic & final g)}

3/149b  •  O’D  •  Reel    856 — Cf OFPC 4 p 82 Caper Fey; Mitchell DMWC no 65 The copperplate. See 3/159b The cup of tea.  {Cg ~ 8:|: ~ 1316 1131}

3/149c  •  O’D  •  Dúiseachd jig by Jackson    857 —Cf Ryan p 109 Tell her I am. See 3/76a Tell her I am.   {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 31 61 72 33}

3/150a  •  Jig    858 — Cf Ryan p 112 The bridal; ONWSGM no 131 Kennedy’s bridal jig; POK 4 no 15.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 51 51 27}

3/150b  •  Lady Clares Quick step    859 — Cf ‘The Longford collector’, popularized by fiddler Michael Coleman’s famous 1934 recording; CRE 1 no 184 Bailitheoir Longphoirt.  {Cc ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1135 4635}

3/150c  •  Naebody    860 — See 2/48b I have a wife of my own.  {9:8d ~ 4:|8:| ~ 135 134}

Of course, the melody of # 911 is also (or was in a previous generation) hugely popular as that of the song ‘Molly Brannigan’. 3/151a  •  Jig  •  861 — Cf ONMI no 1090 Kitty of Oulart.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 53 53 45 22}

3/151b  •  Frazers Frolic    862 — Cf ONMI no 1246 Colonel Fraser (parts 1 & 2). See 1/44a Reel.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3151 2454}

3/151c    The geese in the bog    863 — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 108; P-S no 940.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 13 55 13 56}

3/152a    The Kerry [y overwrites something] Lasses    864 — Cf ONMI no 1229 The ewe reel.  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|8|| ~ 5151 7454}

3/152b  •  The Humours of Ennistimon    865  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|:8:| ~ 33 42}

3/153a    We’ll gang na mair to yon town — Cf Aird 1 p 13, no 35; OFPC 3 p 64; See 1/53a The Ferry point (part 1), 2/158b.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 11 31 31 32 (4 bars)}

3/153b    Farewell to old Ireland    866  {2:4g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 3525 1135 (2 bars) or 32 13 44 75 (4 bars}

3/153c  •  The rights of an Irishman    867 — Cf ONMI no 783 The book of rights.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 15 55 15 23}

3/154a    An Taibhse dorcha  slow — Cf DubMMag Oct 1842, tune no 34 “Speak low, speak low, the Banshee is crying”.  {3:4eflat ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 336 554}

3/154b    An t-seanbean sultmhar [sultmhur?] — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 30; Alexander Flowers p 74. See 3/221c The jolly old woman, 1/66a The humours of Bandon.  {6:8c ~ 8!|!8:| ~ 51 27 61 27}

3/154c    Kiss in the Furze (Jackson) — Cf  Tracy CDs 1795 p 4 Kiss in the furs. See 2/175a.  {6:8d ~ 4:|:8:| ~ 11 34 11 32}

3/155a    Slow March   868  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 5631 5631}

3/155b  •  Scotch Reel — Cf Ryan p 82  Maginnis’ delight. See 4/88e The shoe makers frolic.  {Cg ~ | $ 4 two cadences :|8|| $ ~ 3565 3545}

3/155c  •  Reel    869 — Part 1: cf Aird 2 p 13, no 34  A trip to Clumber. For the Ger: flute (part 2).  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| $ ~ 5352 1351}

3/156a    Reel (by Waller)    870  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1153 4735}

3/156b    Hornpipe    871  {Cc ~ 2x8:|:8:| ~ 1132 1667}

3/157a    The French Militia (reel)    872  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 1414 7577}

3/157b  •  Toss the Feathers    873  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1555 1522}

3/157c    The Humours [of] Bally Connell — Cf Kerr  4 p 19. See 2/54c A Highland reel.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|:4:| ~ 1315 1522}

3/158a  •  The Downshire reel    874 — Cf ONMI no 1215 The bloom of youth.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1565 1326}

3/158b  •  Butter to peas (Reel)    875 Cf Aird 1 p 68, no 187; ONMI no 1405 The maid that dare not tell (part 1). See 2/29a Buttered pease.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3546 3542}

3/158c  •  The midnight maid    876 — Cf ONDMI no 837 The banks of the Ilen. See 2/160c The Queens county lasses.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3513 1325 (tonic d?)}

3/159a    The Dandy Girl    877 See 1/42c and 4/82a Miss Monaghan’s reel; also 3/179b The pretty girls of this town.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 1335 4635}

3/159b    The cup of Tea    878 — Cf OFPC 4 p 82 Caper Fey; Mitchell DMWC no 65 The copperplate. See 3/149b Reel.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 1315 1531 (tonic d?, final e)}

3/159c    The new riggd ship    879 Common in print but in 6:8 time.  {2:4d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 11 11 25 25 (4 bars)}

3/160a    “Camerons got his wife again” — Cf Cameron p 14; Kerr 1 p 10.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1555 1522}

3/160b    Miss Raes reel — Cf Surenne DMS p 143 Rachel Rae; Cameron p 15 (attributed to J. Lowe).  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1315 1337}

3/160c    The Earl of Londons [read Loudons] Strathspey — Cf Aird 3 p 198, no 518.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5515 2662}

3/161a    The Fife Hunt — Cf VMP Mittel MS WM.141; Cameron p 59; Kerr 1 p 14.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3153 2222}

3/161b    The Indian Jugglers — Cf Power CDs no 8, p 4.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 11 51}

3/161c    Dumfries House — Cf Andersons budget p 26.  {6:8g ~ 8:|16||DC ~ 11 51 45 25}

3/162a    The back of the change house — Cf Campbell 8 p 7; Hamilton HUT 1 p 59; Cameron p 55. See 1/39a.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5526 5511}

3/162b    Ayrshire Lasses — Cf Gales pocket companion 1 p 39; Kerr 2 p 11.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5322 2316}

3/162c    Long Live [sic] to Balantyre [read Blantyre] (Strathspey) — Gow Repos 1 p 29 Lennox’s love to Blantyre; Kerr 3 p 18; Surenne DMS p 2.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1131 2366}

3/163a    Hibernia    880 Cf Robertson Hibernia; Hamilton HUT 1 p 4. See 4/49b The Hibernian medley.  {6:8d ~ 8:|8||DC ~ 31 55 11 22}

3/163b  •  The Lowlands of Scotland [corrected  < Holland?]    881 — Cf Kerr 1 p 35 The hare’s foot; ONMI no 1296 Jim Kennedy’s favourite. See 1/124c Reel.  {Cg ~ 8:|8|| ~  3_3_5_1_ 5_7_5_3_ (tonic e)}

3/163c    Woods Hornpipe — Cf Kerr 2 p 39.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 1113 5552}

3/164a  •  Welcome to the Country    882  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 7574 5112}

3/164b    Lady Betty Cochran’s Reel — Cf Campbell 11 pp 10–11.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3155 4326}

3/164c    Double Kisses — Cf Cameron p 49.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1511 1522}

3/165a    Lassie look before ye — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 114; Kerr 1 p 8.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1313 2722}

3/165b    Delven House — Cf Gow BNG 2 p 28; Kerr 2 p 13.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1215 2276}

3/165c    Lady Caroline Blighs Reel  See p. 66    883 Cf Cf ONMI no 1266 Miss Thornton’s reel. See 3/66a Down the street, 3/128a.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1313 4242}

3/166a    Shanes Castle    884 — Cf PON MS /2 p 60.  {2:4d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 1313 3416}

3/166b    Fight about the Fire Side — Cf Cameron p 21; Stephano p 6.  {Cd ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5322 5353}

3/166c    The Drunken Wives of Lochaber — Cf Aird 6 p 4, no 8.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 5572 1132}

3/167a  •  The Earl of Dalkeiths reel    885  — Cf Aird 1 p 13, no 35 We’ll gang nae mair to yon town, parts 1 & 2. {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3542 6565}

3/167b  •  The Swaggering jig    886 — Cf P-S no 961.  {9:8d ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 365 362 (tonic d, final a)}

3/167c    Roll her on the mountain    887 — Cf Kerr 1 p 3 Roll her on the hill.  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 5153 6661}

3/168a    The Wet Weather    888  {2:4d  ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 12 76 12 34 (4 bars)}

3/168b  •  The Waterloo Hornpipe    889  {Cg ~ 8:|:16:| ~ 1115 6446}

3/168c  •  Jig    890 — Cf P-S no 400 Miss Goulding – by Carolan. From John O’Daly’s MSS.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:16  = 4x4:| ~ 1315 72 74}

3/169a    Hawkes Hornpipe    891  {Cc ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 3577 7777}

3/169b  •  Hornpipe    892 — Cf ONMI no 1574 The boys from Scart; Ryan p 168 Delaware hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 3333 1151}

3/169c    Earl Dalhouse’s reel — Cf Johnson Scottish fiddle music p 224, from Nathaniel Gow, c. 1800. {Cg  ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 1353 2316}

3/170a    Lady Madelina Sinclairs strathspey — Cf Campbell 8 p 18; Gow BNG 2 p 26.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5336 5522}

3/170b    Slow March — Non-traditional.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 5351 6664}

3/170c    Clean pease straw    893 — Cf Surenne DMS p 117 Pease strae.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:|DC ~ 1343 2576}

3/171a  •  Touch her if you dare    894 — Part 2: Cf VMP Browne MS BF13.037 Allonby Lasses (part 2).  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 7737 • 3713 (tonic e, final e) rather than 5515 1561 (tonic g)}

3/171b    The Scotch Hunt    895  {Cc ~ 4:|8|| ~ 5134 2454}

3/171c    Slow March — Non-traditional.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 3353 1115}

3/172a    Invercauldy Scotts measure — Cf Stewart Airs 2 p 107 Scotts measure.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 4253 7453}

3/172b  •  Touch it if ye dare    896 — Cf ONDMI no 632 You rogue you dar’n’t meddle me; Moylan JOL no 82 The worn torn petticoat. {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 3125 7247}

3/172c  •  Kitty got her clinking    897 — Part 2: cf Hime Pocket book p 16 Soldier’s dance after the battle; Aird 4 p 17, no 46. See 2/51c The soldiers dance.  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 5553 5562}

3/173a  •  Hornpipe   898 — Cf ONMI no 1749 The fancy fair.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 3432 1112}

3/173b    McConnells Quick step    899  {6:8g ~ 16:|:16:| ~ 13 13 11 65}

3/174a    Andrews Farewell to Ireland   900  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8 two cadences :| ~ 11 64 51 23}

3/174b    No. I    Set of Quadrilles — Non-traditional.  {2:4d ~ 3x8||DC $ ~ 31 55 55 53 (4 bars)}

3/174c    No. II  [Set of Quadrilles].  {2:4d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 5555 5117}55 51 66 62 (4 bars) rather than 5555 5117 (2 bars)}

3/175a    No. III  [Set of Quadrilles].  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 15 15}

3/175b    No. IV  [Set of Quadrilles].  {2:4d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 13 53 45 65 (4 bars))

3/175c    O.D.    Waltz (The Fitzwilliam) — Non-traditional.  {3:4d ~ 8 two cadences :|16  = 2x8|| ~ 111 355}

3/176a    D.C.    My love is in America    901 — Notes of music are obscured by pencilled notes of music [by P.W. Joyce?]. Cf ONMI no 1347 Jenny picking cockles.  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|8|| ~ 5155 4277}

3/176b    D.C.    The merry time of Easter    902  {Cg ~ 4:|: 4:|two cadences both parts ~ 5153 6522}

3/176c    D.C.    The Pretty Girl [Gir corrected] in danger    903 — Cf Aird 2 p 37, no 101 Marquis of Huntleys reel; Ryan p 251 Marquis of Huntly’s strathspey; ONMI no 1229 The ewe reel. See 3/152a The Kerry reel.  {Cg ~ | $ 4 two cadences :|8||DC ~ 5151 7243}

3/177a    D.C.    Paddy on the road    904 — Cf ONMI no 1533 Rakish Paddy.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 7775 7424}

3/177b    D.C.    Bally-na-courty jig    905 — See 2/130c, 2/163a, 3/20a.  {6:8g ~ | $ ? 2x8:| part 1 two cadences; ~ 15 51 34 36}

3/177c    D.C.    Mamma’s pet    906 — Cf ONWSGM no 205 (part 1). See 3/108c (part 1).  {Cg ~ 4 two cadences :|8||DC ~ 1765 1352 (tonic c)}

3/178a    D.C.    “‘Bundle and go’”    907  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 53 27 53 51}

3/178b    D.C.    Coffee and Tea    908 — Cf ONMI no 794 Connie the soldier.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 25 12 11 14}

3/178c    D.C.   [Coffee and Tea] another version    909  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 25 57 24 24}

3/179a  •  K  •  I’m sorry to leave my country  •  475  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 5132 4271}

3/179b  •  K  •  The pretty girls of this town    476 — See 1/42c & 4/82a Miss Monaghan’s reel, also 3/159a The dandy girl.  {Cd ~ 2x4:| two cadences both parts ~ 1335 5635}

3/179c  •  K  •  Pádruig, píobaire slow    477  {6:8g ~ 8||  = 4x2 ~ 12 11 16 22}

3/179d  •  K  •  [Untitled  478  {Cg ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 5131 3122}

3/180a  •  K  •  Dubhairt sí go bhfaghain  •  479 — See 1/110 Trip to the cottage (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 54 32}

3/180b  •  K  •  Pádruig mac gailbhe  •  480Words pp 112–13 ‘A Phádruig mic gailbhidhe ’sé mo cheasnaoi ’s m’amhgar’.   {3:4g ~ 16!| $ end & bar 8 ~ 532 111}

3/180c  •  DS  •  Heilan’s Fling    910 — Cf CRÉ 1 no 93 Barr an tsléibhe (The mountain top). {Cg ~ | $ 4:|8!| DC $ ~ 3265 3561}

3/181a  •  DS  •  Humours of Newtown     911 — Cf Jackson JCIT p 1 Cossey’s jig. Part 1: cf Roche 1 p 50; ONMI no 991 Jimmy O’Brien’s jig; JOL no 214; Mullaly pp 51–52 Jackson’s wife to the road; Tubridy 2 p 38 The maid in the meadow. See 3/120a, 2/97a Jacksons Lodge; 2/165b Caseys Jigg (Jackson) .  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 43 23}

3/181b  •  DS  •  Cailleach an Dilisg    912 — See 3/99a.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 64 42 64 31}

3/181c  •  K  •  Neil Gow’s second wife  •  481 — Cf Gow Repos 2 p 13 Niel Gow’s wife; ONMI no 1539 The watchmaker.  {Cc ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 3127 3135}

3/182a  •  K  •  Reel    482 — See 3/110a Scotch Mary.  {Cg ~ 2x8||DC ~ 3535 3577}

3/182b  •  K  •  Miss Murphys reel  •  483 — Cf CRÉ 1 no 107 An ríl cam [The crooked reel]. See 2/156, Bonny Anne (part 1), 3/100b (jig version) Follow me down to Carlow.  {Cc ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1157 1135}

3/182c  •  Jig. S.G  •  913 [initials in gaelic] — Probably composed by JG.  {6:8g ~ 2x4:|: ~ 52 34 52 36}

3/182d  •  K  •  Domhnall mo ghrádh  •  484Words p 115 (in English, chorus refrain in Irish) ‘Judy barefooted to the market did walk / herself & her Domhnal together did talk’.  {3:4d ~ 16|| ‘chorus’ 4|| ~ 112 445}

3/183a  •  K  •  Fiagaidhe an Chúil bháin  •  485  {3:4g ~ 2x16||  = 4x8 ~ 661 661}

3/183b  •  K  •  Nóra Críona as a jig  •  486 — See 3/83a Nóra Críona, 3/125b Nóra óg.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 32 11 34}

3/184a    D.C.    Mary O’Hara    914 — Cf Tubridy 1 p 35 The battering ram. See 3/72c Jig (near duplicate).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 51 53 36 (final e, but tonic g)}

3/184b  •  K  •  An bhean dubh  •  487Words p 116 (These words with chorus seem appropriate to 3/184b, which has a chorus, rather than to 1/2c.) ‘Nuair bhím-sí air mo dhíthchioll / agus me díbirt na ngabhar ón ttig / cur fá [chorus:] ‘A bhean dubh, a gheal dubh / ’s a bhean dubh aro ca bhfuil tú?’  {3:4g ~ 8|| ‘chorus’ 8 two cadences covering 5 bars :| ~ 355 753}

3/184c  •  K  •  Paddy O’Neil  •  488  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 62}

3/185a  •  K  •  Taidhreamh a deineag a réir dham  •  489Words p 119 ‘Taidhreamh a deineag a réir dam / go déanach air mo leaba shuain’.  {Cg ~ 16||  = 4+2 4+2 4 ~ 1116 6631}

3/185b  •  K  •  jig    490 — Cf OIFMS p 116 The shamrock; Ryan p 107 Happy to meet, sorry to part; Roche 1 p 45, no 106 You’ll go a-hunting no more.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 11 35 62}

3/185c  •  K  •  The new married couple  •  491 — Part 2: cf Kerr’s collection p 32 The tenpenny bit (part 2).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 62 61 62 61 (tonic d?) or (14 13 14 13 tonic b?)}

3/186a  •  J.G.  •  jig [JG pencil]    915— In left margin:.’ J.G.’; probably composed by JG.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 46 46 46 25}

3/186b  •  H  •  jig. Lanigan’s ball.    916 — Blotted text in left margin: ‘ [Dr / br?] H’ [Brother Holden?]. — Notes of music are obscured by pencilled notes of music [by P.W. Joyce?]. Cf Kerr 2 p 13; Kerr’s collection p 31 Ryan p 134; Aird 3 p 160, no 416 Dribbles of brandy. See 3/87c Jockey thro’ the town.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 55 72 44}

3/187a    Petrie    A Dhomhnail mo mhaoin — In left margin: ‘Dr Petrie per J O’Daly’. Cf P-S no 1139.  {3:4c ~ 8:|:16:|  = 6x4 ~ 115 111}

3/187b  •  K  •  Strathspey    492 — See near identical fragment at 4/4a, 4/92a Braes of Aghteryre.   {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 1135 1315}

3/187c    Braw braw lads — Cf SMM 2 p 3, no 125; Dick p 3.  {Cd ~ 2x4|| ~ 3211 5552}

3/188  Scotch airs [Heading referring to the next 27 items] 3/188a   [Scotch airs]    He is over the hills — Cf Hamilton SSS p 184, Graham 2 pp 70–71.  {6:8g ~ 8:|8|| ~ 51 36}

3/188b   [Scotch airs]    Mary Morrison  Tenderly — Cf Mitchison pp 72–73; Turnbull pp 66–67.  {Cd ~ 2x4|| ~ 1153 1142}

3/188c   [Scotch airs]    My boy Tammy  Tenderly — Cf Cameron p 17; Turnbull pp 42–43; Forde 300 NM 2 p 13.  {Cc ~ 2x4|| ~ 1357 4427}

3/189a   [Scotch airs]    Saw ye my wee thing  slow — Cf Hamilton SSS p 34–35; Graham 2 pp 94–95. See 1/206a Mary of Castlecary.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 51 22}

3/189b   [Scotch airs]    Wae’s me for prince Charlie  slow — Cf Hamilton SSS pp 38–39; Graham 1 pp 114–15 Gypsy laddie.  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 1144 2255}

3/189c   [Scotch airs]    The Brisk young Lad — Cf Turnbull pp 188–89. See 1/133a The bunch of currants (part 1).  {6:8bflat ~ 2x8|| ~ 33 42 31 15}

3/190a   [Scotch airs]    John Anderson my jo — Cf Cameron p 45; Forde 300 NM 2 p 4. See 1/205c.  {Cc ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 5112 3334}

3/190b   [Scotch airs]    I loe na a laddie but ane — Cf SMM 3 p 276, no 267; Kerr 1 p 31 (The air of Thomas Moore’s song ‘Believe me if all those endearing young charms’). See 1/176c, 3/197a.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 11 66 52 33}

3/190c   [Scotch airs]    What can a young lassie — Cf SMM 4 p 327, no 316; Dick p 176.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 13 42}

3/191a   [Scotch airs]    Highland Mary — Cf Cameron p 26; Hamilton SSS p 69.  {Cbflat ~ 2x8|| ~ 5111}

3/191b   [Scotch airs]    Pibroch of Donail Dhu — Cf Hamilton SSS p 116; Kerr’s Collection p 34.  {6:8f ~ 8||4|| ~ 56 53}

3/191c   [Scotch airs]    The Braes aboon Bonaw [a corrected in Bonaw] — Cf Hamilton SSS p 52; Gale’s pocket companion 1 p 13.  {2:4d ~ !8||8!|DC ~ 15 55 15 32 (4 bars)}

3/192a   [Scotch airs]    O This is no my ain Lassie — Cf Hamilton SSS p 81; Kerr 3 p 41.  {Cd ~ 2x4|| ~ 3553 6542}

3/192b    Wilt thou be my dearie — Cf Edin repos music 2 p 129; Hamilton SSS p 97; Forde 300 NM 2 p 21.  {2:4g ~ 18|| ~ 16 15 14 32 (4 bars)}

3/192c    Haud awa frae me Donald — Cf Gale’s pocket companion 1 p 33; Cameron p 48.  {Cd ~ 8||8!|DC ~ 11 55 11 32 (4 bars)}

3/193a    My heart is sair for somebody — Cf Hamilton SSS p 12.  {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 15 22 13 63 (4 bars)}

3/193b    My only Jo my dearie oh — Cf Hamilton SSS pp 94–95; Graham 2 pp 138–39 Thy cheek is o’ the rose’s hue.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 1131 1555}

3/193c    Here awa, there awa — Cf Hamilton SSS p 89; Forde 300 NM 2 p 1; SMM 1 p 58, no 57.  {3:4f ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 775 333}

3/194a  •  Laddie oh leave me — Cf Hamilton British Minstrel 3 p 65.  {3:4c ~ 21|| =4+4+4+5+4 ~ 517 113}

3/194b    Tam glen — Cf Songs of Burns p 13.  {3:4g ~ 12|!12!|  = 4x6 ~ 311 117}

3/194c    When the kye came hame — Cf Hamilton SSS p 29.  {Cc ~ 12||  = 2+2+2+2+2+2 ~ 3115 5771}

3/195a    Argyle is my name — JG repeats in error bars 9 & 10. Cf SMM 6 p 578, no 560; Graham 2 pp 114–15; Forde 300 NM 2 p 24.  {6:8g ~ 8||10  = 8+2|| ~ 513 2 33 51}

3/195b    Cam’ ye by Athol? — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 pp 116–17.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 31 53}

3/195c    Wha wadna fight for Charlie — Cf Hamilton SSS p 157; Kerr 2 p 15; Kerr’s collection p 20.  {2:4d ~ 2x8|| ~ 1133 1131}11 33 11 31 (4 bars, tonic d?) or 77 22 77 27 (tonic e?)}

3/196a    This is nae my ain house — Cf Orph Caled 2 p 72, no 32.  {Cd ~ 2x4|| ~ 3532 1572}

3/196b    The year that’s awa — Cf Graham 3 pp 78–79.  {6:8g ~ 12|| ~ 55 11}

3/196c  •  A scotch lilt    917 — Part 1: cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 168 Monie musk. See 4/4c reel (2-bar fragment). {Cd ~ 2x4|| ~ 5354 5324}

3/197a  •  K  •  thug sí na móide ná geabhach liom  •  493 — Related to ONMI no 114 My lodging is on the cold ground (air used for Moore’s song ‘Believe me if all those endearing young charms’). See 1/176c, 3/190b.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 13 51 52 32}

3/197b  •  K  •  Tá mo phass agam am phóca  •  494Words p 123 ‘Tá mo phass agaim am pócadh ós gach baille dha seoltar me air cuaird’.  {3:4d ~ 2x12||  = 4x6 ~ 116 113}

3/197c  •  K  •  we’l hunt the wren  •  495 — See Croker Researches p 233 on this custom. See 1/266a Allisdrum’s march (first two bars), 3/19a Galagher’s jig (part 1).  {6:8c ~ 8||  = 4x2 ~ 31 17}

3/198a  •  K  •  Round to the Rebels  •  496  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5337 5335}

3/198b  •  K  •  Catherine Ogie  •  497 {Cc ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5112 5572}

3/198c  •  K  •  Do bhíos-sa lá breagh gréine    498 — Cf Words p 120 Lá breagh aorach ‘D [h?]o bhíossa lá breagh aorach [aorach changed to greine by writing above] / cois na habhan dá nglaodhaid siud laoi’.  {Cd ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 1115 7715}

3/199a  •  K  •  Caoine ’n Duine Aosda da chloinn  •  499Words p 121 ‘Léan ar an mnaoi, thug uaithe ’n ghuidhe / nár órduig an duine aosda beadh taobh le na chloinn’. A version of the song ‘Carraig Aonair’ (about a drowning tragedy off the coast of Cork). See a Ballyvourney text from A.M. Freeman: ‘Luan duv an Áir’, JFSS 6 no 23, 130–32, and a related account in Croker Researches pp 175–76.  {3:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 342 112}

3/199b  •  K  •  Better than worse  •  500 — Cf CRÉ 5 no 52 Port an Túir Mhóir [The Toormore jig] (part 1).  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|:? ~ 56 56}

3/199c  •  K  •  Cáinseóireacht na mná leis an sean duine  •  501  {3:4g ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 234 317}

3/200a  •  K  •  The Union Hornpipe  •  502 — Cf Tubridy 1 p 25 An tsean-bhean bocht.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3365 1116}

3/200b  •  K  •  Mulcahy’s favourite  •  503  — Part 1: see 3/146c The Munster Lass.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 13 51(tonic d)}

3/200c  •  K  •  The Wedding of Ballyporeen [o in poreen corrected]    504 — See 1/185b.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 13 51}

3/201a  •  K  •  Doolins reel  •  505 — Cf CRÉ 5 no 146 Oifig nua an phoist [The new post office] (part 1) (commonly known as the ‘Scartaglen reel’).  {Cd ~ 4:|:8||DC ~ 3211 7424}

3/201b    Lady Sheppard    Irish air from the Petrie collection — In left margin ‘Lady Sheppard ’. Cf Petrie AMI pp 68–69 Scorching is this love. Petrie’s tune was the source of the Church of Ireland hymn ‘Christ is the world’s redeemer’ (tune ‘Moville’).  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1111 3332}

3/201c  •  Lady Sheppard  •  Irish air from Petrie’s collection (transposed & slightly altered)    918 — In left margin ‘Lady Sheppard sept. 66’. This is the tune now famous under the title ‘The Londonderry air’. Cf Petrie AMI p 57 Name unknown, from ‘Miss J. Ross of N.T. Limavady, in the county of Londonderry’.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 3335 2602}

3/202a    Willie brew’d a peck [pock?] o maut — Cf Edin repos music 2 pp 116–17; Graham 2 pp 80–81.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5664 1216}

3/202b    Nancy of the branching tresses — Cf B2 p 45; Clinton Gems no 57.  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 1361 5213}

3/202c    The green woods of Triugha — Cf B2 p 42.  {3:4g ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 134 316}

3/203a    The old Triugha — Cf B2 p 67.  {3:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 113 153}

3/203b    Beside a Rath — Cf B2 pp 49–51.  {Cg ~ 2x16|| ~ 1667 1101}

3/204a    The rose without rue — Cf B3 p12. See 4/102b.  {2:4d ~ 2x8|| ~ 4116 6153}

3/204b    O’Neil’s cavalcade — Cf B2 p 32.  {2:4g ~ 20|| ~ 2761 5775}

3/204c    Dermot O’Dowd — Cf B2 p 24; DMMag April 1842, tune no 10.  {3:4c ~ 8|!8!| ~ 511 127}

3/205a    Marseillaise Hymn  maestoso.  {Cg ~ 30||  = 4+4+2+4+4+2+2+4+2+2 ~ 1122 5513}

3/205b    The Standard Bearer — Cf Lindpainter.  {Cd ~ 18|| ~ 1133 5133}

3/206a    The charming fair Eily — Cf B2 pp 1–3.  {6:8a ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 15 65}

3/206b    Mona’s lament — Cf Howe 500 p 223.  {3:4d ~ 20||  = 5x4 ~ 511 332}

3/206c    The dawning of the day. see vol. I. page 268 — Cf B2 p 53.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1165 5532}

3/207a  •  Killarney Fair    919  {6:8d ~ 24|| ~ 33 44 53 21}

3/207b  •  The Limerick jockey    920  {6:8g ~ 24|| ~ 11 65 1165 Killarney Fair Boston Music Company}

3/208a    That is the road she went — Cf B2 p 40.  {6:8g ~ 8|:16:| ~ 17 65}

3/208b    O’Rourke’s Feast  slow — Cf Walker 2 no 19; B2 p 8.  {6:8g ~ 8||16|| ~ 15 44}

3/209a    Planxty Irwin — Cf B2 p 7.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 16 53}

3/209b    Colonel Irwin — Cf B2 p 39. See 2/175b.  {Cc ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1565 2424}

3/209c    Young Cusac — Cf B2 p 72.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 11 77 66 75}

3/210a    Planxty Sudley — Cf B2 p 68. See 4/126c.  {Cd ~ 32|| ~ 1113 5555}

3/210b    Planxty Thomas McJudge — Cf B2 p 47. See 4/123b.  {6:8g ~ 8||16|| ~ 51 13 31 14}

3/211a    Planxty Birmingham — Cf B2 p 70.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 74}

3/211b    Fanny Power — Cf B2 p 49. See 4/148c.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 42}

3/211c    Clara Burke — Cf MS 7348 p 185; B3 p 70.  {3:4d ~ 16|| ~ 556 111}

3/212a    Young James Plunket — Cf MS 7348 p 173; B3 p 26.  {Cg ~ 16|| ~ 1111 6633}

3/212b    Planxty Charles Coote — Cf B3 p 26. See 4/148a.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3525 4235}

3/212c    Planxty Burke — Cf B3 p 31. {12:8bflat ~ 3x4|| ~ 1534 7471}

3/213a    Planxty Drury — Cf B1 p 6; Holden OIM no 14. See 4/125a.  {6:8d ~ 16||20|| ~ 11 53}

3/213b    Sir Festus Burke — Cf B3 pp 34–35. See 4/147a.  {2:4c ~ 26|| ~ 11 31 45 75 (4 bars)}

3/214a    Night closed round — [words by Thomas Moore]. Cf Haverty 300 p 96; Surenne SI p 124; ONMI no 205 Thy fair bosom.  {3:4f ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 111 265}

3/214b    Thou flower of virgins — Cf B2 p 23.  {3:4d ~ 2x8:|: =4x4 ~ 112 355}

3/214c    Try again — Non-traditional.  {2:4d ~ 2x8||DC ~ 15 15 46 66 (4 bars)}

3/215a    Sit down under my protection — Cf B3 p 1; MS 7348 p 176. See 4/100c.  {3:4g ~ !12!20|| ~ 123 123}

3/215b  •  The parting cup    921  {6:8g ~ 8||16||  = 3x8 ~ 13 15 45 22}

3/216a    The Hornless cow — Cf B3 p 29.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 57 11}

3/216b  •  Patricks delight    922  {9:8g ~ 12||  = 3x4 ~ 114 512}

3/216c  •  Mistress O’Grady    923  {2:4g ~ 2x8||DC ~ 1753 2465}

3/217a    Air an mbaille tá’n cúilfhion — Cf B3 pp 14–15.  {3:4g ~ 24||  = 3x8 ~ 511 353}

3/217b    The Humours of Galway    924  {2:4g ~ 3x8|| ~ 1353 4616}

3/218a    O’Molly [sic] dear    925  {Cc ~ 8||16||  = 3x8 ~ 1132 1155}

3/218b    Over the lake — Non-traditional.  {6:8g ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 51 61}

3/219a    Maire na gruaige báine — Cf B3 p 49.  {3:4g ~ 2x8:|:  = 4x4 ~ 113 111}

3/219b    Tyreragh ? Tír iarrach [?] — Cf B3 p 31; MS 7348 p 182.  {g ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 1652}

3/219c    Rose Connolly — Cf B3 p 14; Surenne SI p 142.  {6:8g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 31 56}

3/220    Lady of the desert (coulin)  slow — Cf B3 pp 88–90.  {3:4g [see 3:8 in part 4] ~ 8||8||16||3:8 ‘var’ 8:|:8 ~ 112 765}

3/221a    Nora mo mhíle stór — Cf B3 p 24.  {3:8g ~ 8|!8:| ~ 445 334}

3/221b    Take my love — Cf B3 p 37 (JG begins by transposing B3 from A up to C, but from bar 2 to the end keeps pitch of original key, so that most of his text needs 3 sharps).  {2:4c ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 1133 4233}

3/221c    The jolly old woman — Cf Alexander Flowers p 74; Hamilton HUT 1 p 30. — See 3/154b  An t-seanbean sultmhar, 1/66a The humours of Bandon.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 27}

3/222a  •  K  •  Seo uileó thoil    506  {Cg ||8||‘chorus’ 8|| ~ 3576 1116}

3/222b  •  K  •  A short way to Heaven  •  507 — Cf OFPC 3 p 45 Sweet Molly; CRÉ 1 no 177 Baintreacht na radaireacht [The tap room, etc.]. See 2/56c The Scotch bonnet, 2/163c Cock your pistol, Charley (parts reversed).  {Cg ~ 4:|8||DC ~ 5157 5472}

3/222c  •  K  •  Hornpipe    508  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ {5115 4236}

3/223a  •  K  •  Killaloe Hornpipe  •  509  {Cg ~ 8:|:8:| ~ 5315 2555}

3/223b  •  K  •  The Green little Island  •  510  {6:8g ~ 8||8:| ~ 32 66 55 63}

3/223c  •  K  •  Caoineadh Shéamuis Mhic Coitir  •  511Words pp 113–15 ‘Léan ort a Chorcuig / Léan ort agus dochar’.  {Cd ~ 6||6||  = 3x2||2x3 ~ 3315 5542 (bar 2 corrected)}

3/224a    Is buachail óg me    926  {Cg ~6+6||6+6|| ~ 1166 7733}

3/224b    Mrs Casey — Cf Hibernian muse p 4 (‘in Fontainbleau’); Howe Omnibus complete p 106. See 2/147c Billly O’Rourke.  {6:8c ~ 8:|16|| ~ 16 55 66 43}

3/225a    Bhannerach Dhon na chri  Slow — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 74; Dick p 24.  {6:8g ~ 4+4||4+4|| ~ 15 53 15 51}

3/225b    Paddy now, wont you be easy — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 39.  {9:8 but with barline after beat 2, as well as 3, of bar 1] ~ 3x4:|  ~ 116 116}

3/225c    The Ladies of Carrick — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 112. |$!8:|:8:| two cadences [no dal $] ~ 5556 5566}

3/226a    Carolan’s cap — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 141.  {2:4d ~ 8||8|| ~ 3313 1522}33 13 15 22 (4 bars, tonic d) or 66 45 41 55 (tonic a?)}

3/226b    Is céasda ’n galar an gradh — Cf B3 p 44.  {3:4g ~ 8:|16:| ~ 651 111}


VOLUME FOUR OF GOODMAN MSS

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4/1    Jackson’s airs [Heading immediately covering airs numbered I–XXI on pp 4/1–11. All these were evidently copied from NLI MS 7348 (as were very many of the tunes in this volume). We give references to Breandán Breathnach’s list of Jackson tunes (BBJ) Other airs attributed to Jackson are to be found elsewhere in JG’s collection.]

4/1a    I  Horse in the Pound — BBJ no 30; MS 7348 p 4. Cf Gow Repos 1, p 36. See 2/32 Humours of Dublin, bars 1–16. {6:8 g (or d?) ~ 2x8:|: ~ 13 52 13 42}

4/1b    II  Trip to the Garret  •  927 — BBJ no 31; MS 7348 p 4.  {9:8d ~ 3x4:|: ~ 522 526 tonic d?)}

4/1c    III  Maid at the Fair — BBJ nos 18 & 60; MS 7348 p 4. Cf OFPC 1 p 71; OFNIM p 34.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 55 22 55 11}

4/1d  •  IV  Morning Brush    928 — BBJ no 5; MS 7348 p 4. Cf Jackson JCIT p 4; Murphy CIAJ p 5. Printed versions lack JG’s 4th part. See 2/178a (4th part) for a variant of part 2.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 12 15 61 42}

4/1e2    V  Grog    929 — BBJ no 32; MS 7348 pp 5–6. {6:8d    4x8:|:    12 15}

4/2a    VI  “Thought”  •  930 — BBJ no 33; MS 7348 p 5. Cf Howe 500 p 220 Cherish the ladies: Jackson. See 2/2a Cherish the ladies, 3/81b Wallop the ladies. {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: 16|| ~ 15 15 65 44}

4/2b3    VII  Jigg    931 — BBJ no 34; MS 7348 p 6. (6:8d.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 72 72 72 41}

4/3a    VIII  Night Cap    932 — BBJ no 6; MS 7348 p 6. Cf OFNIM p 34; Jackson JCIT p 5; Amateurs companion p 13; Surenne SI p 20 The night dance (Strike the gay harp).  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 17 63 17 62}

4/3b    IX  Welcome home  [JG pencil:] ‘done’ — BBJ no 17; MS 7348 p 6. This tune is duplicated as no XVIII on 4/6b. Cf OFPC 1 p 65. See copy at 1/137c.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 16 53 16 52}

4/3c–4    X  Snack    933 — BBJ no 35; MS 7348 p 7.  {6:8d ~ 9x8:|: ~ 35 36 35 42}

4/4a    Strathspey    934 — fragment in pencil, on blank half-line after preceding item but unrelated. See 3/187b Strathspey, 4/92a Braes of Aghteryre.  {[Cg or Cd] ~ 3-bar fragment ~ 1135 1315}

4/4b    XI  Trip to the Furze    935 — BBJ no 36 (listed as 9:8 time); MS 7348 p 8. {6:8d[ would be better as 9:8] ~ 4x6:|: ~&55 55 57 55 (tonic a) or 44 44 46 44 (tonic g) [9:8: 555 557 444 446]}

4/4c    reel    936 — Pencil, 2 bars only, on blank half-line after preceding but unrelated. See 3/196c A Scotch lilt (first two bars).  {Cd ~ 2 bars ~ 5354 5324}

4/4d    XII  Cogue in the morning — BBJ no 16; MS 7348 p 8. Cf OFPC 1 p 14. See 1/134d Humours of Mullin-a-fannia.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 32}

4/4e–5    XIII  Cogue in the evening — BBJ no 37; MS 7348 p 8. Cf OFPC 1 p 52 Cosabue ord. See 2/41 & 3/22a Cosa buidhe arda dearga.  {9:8g ~ 4x4:|: ~ 313 314}

4/5a    XIV  Favourite or Dream — BBJ no 8; MS 7348 p 9. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 9. See 1/25a.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 53 55 22}

4/5b    XV  Rowly Powly — BBJ no 21; MS 7348 p 9. Cf OFPC 4 p 101.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:16:|: ~ 13 53 24 74}

4/5c    XVI  Drum — BBJ no 38; MS 7348 p 9. Cf Citizen vol 4 August 1841, tune no 28; Ryan p 146 Frazer’s. See 1/237b Loosen the belts (part 1).  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 51 (tonic d) or 74 77(tonic/final e)}

4/5d    XVII  House Maid    937 — BBJ no 39; MS 7348 p 10. See 1/25a.  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 65 65 (tonic d) or 54 54 (tonic e)}

4/6a    The Jenny Lind Polka  [top margin, JG pencil:] Down 3 notes — [Mrs G] piano, 2 staves, metrical irregularities. Tune still in regional polka tradition. See facsimile in TMP 2 p 154.  {2:4f ~ 32||DC ~ 55 66 77 21 (four bars) or 5355 6466 (2 bars)}

4/6b    XVIII  Welcome Home — MS 7348 p 10. Duplicate of 4/3b.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 16 53 16 52}

4/7a    The Flirting Polka — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves.  {2:4g ~ 8|Fine 8||DC ~ 13 75 24 53 (4 bars) or 1532 7255 (2 bars)}

4/7b    The Annie Polka — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves. Title common in print but none related found.  {2:4g ~ 8||Fine 16|| ~ 4415 2415}

4/8a    The German Polka — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves. Cf Murphy German polka. {[2:4]d ~ 8||8:|8|| ~ 5342 3113}

4/8b–9    The Prince Regent Polka — [Mrs G], piano, 2 staves.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|:7:|DC ~ 5653 4621}

4/9a    “The King’s own” Polka, By Miss Gamble — piano  [Mrs G], 2 staves.  {2:4f ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 5535 5444?}

4/9b    Domhnall [roman] – I saw thy Form, in youthful Prime — Duet. MS 7348 p 80. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 5; Muhollan SIST 48. See 4/160c.  {Cd ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 3315 7535}

4/10a–11    The Bridal Polka — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves. Cf Albert Bridal polka.  {2:4g ~ 7x8|| ~ 3566 5343}

4/11a    XIX The Hunt    938 — BBJ no 40; MS 7348 p 10. See copy at 4/61 The Bennison Hunt.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 13 55}

4/11b    XX Groom .i. Larry Grogan    939 — BBJ no 41; MS 7348 p 11. Cf Stewart Airs 2 p 97. See copy at 1/230c.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 22}

4/11c    XXI Bottle of Punch — BBJ no 40; MS 7348 p 11. Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 12 The bottle of claret; Holden ISQT 1 p 35 Bottle of punch. See 1/20b.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 15 35}

4/11d    The Rakes of Westmeath    940 — MS 7348 p 15. Cf Aird 5 p 9, no 23; Cooke 48 Irish CDs 1 no 24.  {9:8d ~ 2x4:|: ~ 113 114}

4/12a    Polka — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves, non-traditional.  {2:4f ~ 8||16|| 1st part ~ 11 77 77 65 (4 bars)}

4/13a    Polka — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves, non-traditional.  {2:4 d? ~ 2x8||DC ~ 5133 2465}

4/13b    Jacksons Hornpipe    941 — 1/69a is a copy.  {Cd ~ 3x8:|: ~ 1533 2216}

4/13c  •  Bantry Bay    942 — Cf OFPC 3 p 2–3 Love & whiskey or Bob & Joan; Riley 1 no 143 Bobbing Joan.  The air is now used for the song ‘Courting in the kitchen’). 1/234b is a copy. See 1/152a Bob and Joan.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 3111 3616}

4/14a    Polka — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves, non-traditional.  {2:4bflat ~ 8||Fine $ 8:| $ DC ~ 5754 3131}

4/14b–17    La Bella Caterina   Brilliant — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves, much polka rhythm.  {2:4dflat ~ 8||16|| 5x8|| 4|| ~ 7777 2117}

4/17a  •  K  •  Curls [line 1] Curls on Irish pipe| [line 2]  •  512 — For these ‘curls’ cf OFNIM (reproduced in ONIFM Appendix A, pp 329–30). For further ‘curls’ see 4/18b. 4/17b   [Untitled waltz] — piano [Mrs G], 2 staves, non-traditional.  {3:4bflat ~ 8|:8:| ~ 166 466}

4/18a    Hornpipe  •  943 — Cf Kerr 4 p 40. 1/57b is a copy. See 4/59e Murphy’s hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 3x8:|: ~ 1515 1325}

4/18b    The Highland Fabric — MS 7348 p 58. Cf Colclough p 17. See 1/146.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|:4:|:3x8:|: ~ 55 52 55 23}

4/18c    The Lads that thresh the Barley    944 — See 4/129b O’Reilly of Athcarne.  {2:4g ~ 4:|:4 two cadences :|: ~ 5133 4465}

4/19a    Let no body see you – a Reel — MS 7348 p 15. Cf Carlin no 239 Capt Byng by Nath. Gow. 1/53c is a copy.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 7131 2275}

4/19b    The Rocks of Cashel — Cf Hime 1805 book 1, no 13 (JM 5297); Aird 4 p 11, no 29.  {Cd ~ 4x4:|: part 3 repeats part 1 ~ 1565 1562}

4/19c    The Sick Boy — See 1/236–37 An buachaill breoite (slight variations in bar 18).  {Cg ~ 3x4:|:3x5:|: ~ 1221 1247}

4/19d    Tatter Jack Walsh    945  — Cf UCC p [72], no 17.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 77 74 51}

4/20a    Blewits jig    946 — Different settings very common in print, sometimes with the title Barney/Judy Bralligan / Brallaghan.  {9:8d ~ 3x4:|: ~ 355 351}

4/20b    Miss McLeod’s Reel    947 — Different settings very common in print. Cf Howe Omnibus p 44. See 1/46a, 1/189a.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1166 3333 (tonic g, final a)}

4/20c  •  The Limerick Lasses    948 — See 1/242b  (a copy?).  {Cd ~ 3x4:|: ~ 1512 4542}

4/20d    Lord Wm Fitzgeralds Waltz — Cf Power 2 p 2.  {3:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 556 556 553 113 (4 bars)}

4/20e–21    The Munster Lass — Cf gnp p 164. See 3/146c (shorter version).  {6:8d ~ 6x8:|: ~ 11 21 11 52}

4/21a    Paddy O’Kelly    949  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 53 33}

4/21b  •  Lisburn Lasses    950 — Part 2: cf ONDMI no 792 The cup of tea (parts 2 & 3 reversed). See 1/37a.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1151 1142}

4/21c    Cordon Bleu [footnote by JG, lacking in the source:] The order of the “Cordon bleu” was founded by Louis XVIII, on the birth of the Duke of Bordeaux son of the Duke de Berri AD 1820   JG — Cf gnp p 165; Alday 1818; PON MS /3 (pages unnumbered).  {2:4g ~ c3x8:|: ~ 51 35 25 33 (4 bars)}

4/21d    The Highland Fling    951  {Cd ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5335 3232}

4/22a    Ag taisdiol na bláirne — Cf OFPC 2 p 126 Stalk en vauraga.  {3:4a ~ 12:|:20||  = 8+4, 8+8+4 ~ 356 111}

4/22b    “Whistle owre the lave o’t” — Cf Gleadhill p 30; Kerr 1 p 11. Related to the Irish tune ‘Maggie Pickens’. See 3/148c Maggie tripping on the shore.  {Cg ~ 4:|8|| ~ 1633 5146}

4/22c    The Scholar — Cf Levey 1 no 39. See copy at 1/235b.  {Cd ~ 4 two cadences ||8:|: ~ 1342 1556}

4/22d    Rambles to Conaught — gnp p 163. Undistinguished.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 11 11 12 37}

4/23a    A Reel — See copy (better version) at 1/241b.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1515 1562}

4/23b    Lady E [Elizabeth] Douglas’s Reel    952 — MS 7348 p 1. part 2: cf Ryan p 76 Gem of Ireland (part 2).  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1551 2266}

4/23c  •  A Reel    953 — 1/242a is a copy. See also 3/44d & 4/87c Lasses of Dundee.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1353 5453}

4/23d    Willy o’er the Mountains    954 — Cf Aird 4 p 11, no 29 Rocks of Cashel; Holden ISQT 1 p 8.  {Cd ~ 3x4:|: ~ 1565 1562}

4/23e    Lord Mayo    955 — Cf OFPC 3 p 68; Saust p 7; gnp p 173; Neal CIT p 28.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1154 5175}

[Here begins a series of solos mixed with two-staff duets from Moore, or a collection including Moore and non-Moore, with double titles, evidently copied or adapted from NLI MS 7348.]

4/24a    Maid of the Valley – go where glory waits thee — Duet. MS 7348 p 60. Cf Moore no 1 1807 song 1, duet; McC 1 p 1; Edin repos mus 2 p 70.  {3:4g ~ 4:|:4||DC ~ 125 465}

4/24b    The Brown Maid – oh! Breathe not his name — Duet. MS 7348 p 60. Cf Moore no 1 1807 song 4, duet; McC 1 p 4; Holden OIM  no 16.   {Cg ~ 8||DC  = 4!4!| ~ 6342 2111}

4/24c    The Fox’s Sleep – When He who adores thee — Duet, with JG using the lower line of treble staff of keyboard accompaniment for his lower line. MS 7348 p 61. Cf Moore no 1 1807 song 5, solo; McC 1 p 5; Surenne SI p 9.  {Cd ~ 16|| ~ 1175 5611}

4/25a    The Young Man’s Dream – as a Beam o’er the Face of the Waters &c — Duet, with JG using the low part of the treble line for his lower part. MS 7348 p 64. Cf Moore no 1 1807 song 11, 4-part setting; McC 1 p 11; Surenne SI p 141 (treble part). See 2/119b.  {3:4d ~ 16|| ~ 355 211}

4/25b    Kitty of Coleraine – When daylight was yet sleeping &c – [“]Paddys Resource” — Duet, with JG using single or top line of keyboard treble for his lower part. MS 7348 p 64. Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 5, solo; Surenne SI p 36. See 1/265c.  {6:8d ~ 16|| ~ 15 16}

4/25c    Gradh mo Chroidhe – The Harp that once thro’ Tara’s Halls — Duet, with JG using the 2nd treble for his lower part. MS 7348 p 65. Cf Moore no 1 1807 song 6, 4 parts; McC 1 p 6; Surenne SI p 114.  {Cg ~ 8|| ~ 5561 5215}

4/26a    The Coulin – Tho’ the last glimpse of Erin &c — Duet, with JG using the 2nd treble of 4-part setting for his lower part. MS 7348 p 65. Cf Moore no 1 1807 song 9, 4 parts; McC 1 p 16. See 4/56c–57.  {3:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 112 131}

4/26b    The Summer is coming – Rich & rare were the gems she wore — Duet, with JG using 2nd treble as his lower part. MS 7348 p 66. Cf Moore no 1 1807 song 10, 4 parts; McC 1 p 10.  {3:4g ~ 8!|16|| ~ 117 667}

4/26c    Luggelaw – Not more welcome the fairy numbers — Solo. MS 7348 p 65. Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 3, solo; McC 2 p 54; Surenne SI pp 142–43.  {3:4g ~ 16|| ~ 246 513}

4/27a    Táimsi am chodla &c – Like the bright lamp that lay on Kildares holy shrine — Duet, with JG’s lower line from 2nd treble and, at solo sections, from the lower line of the keyboard treble staff. (JG replaces the pseudo refrain at the end with ‘D.C.’). MS 7348 p 67; cf Moore no 3 1810 song 1, verse solo, 3-part refrain; McC 1 p 25 Surenne SI p 137. See 1/8b & 3/47b.  {3:4g ~ 8||24||DC ~ 453 342}

4/27b    John O Reilly the Active – oh think not my Spirits are always as light — Solo. MS 7348 p 69. Cf Moore no 1 1807 song 8; McC 1 p 8; Surenne SI p 134.  {6:8g ~ 24|| ~ 514 7}

4/28a    Thady you gander – Oh! tis sweet to think that where’er we rove — Solo. MS 7348 p 68 (duet). Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 8, solo; McC 1 p 31; Surenne SI pp 14–15. See 1/15b Domhnall na gréine with spirit (the tune known now as ‘The leg of the duck’).  {6:8g ~ 24|| ~ 32 32  62 62}

4/28b    Heigh ho my Jacky – Drink to her &c — Solo. MS 7348 p 69. Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 2, solo; McC 1 p 25; Surenne SI p 91.  {3:4g ~ 12|| ~ 334 442}

4/28c    Arrah my Dear Eveleen – Silent oh Moyle &c — Solo. MS 7348 p 69. Cf Moore no 2 [1809?] song 9, solo; Surenne SI p 19; Holden ISQT 1 p 21. See 4/74a [untitled].  {Cd ~ 16|| ~ 1177 6753}

4/28d    The Song of Sorrow – weep on, weep on, your hour is past — Solo. MS 7348 p 70. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 3, solo; McC 1 p 38; Surenne SI p 54.  {Cg ~ 16|| ~ 4442 1361}

4/28e    Cruachan na Feine [roman]  – Avenging & bright fall the swift swords of Erin — Solo. MS 7348 p 70. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 9, solo; McC 1 p 44; Surenne SI pp 112–13.  {3:4d ~ 8||8|| ~ 113 255}

4/29a    The Yellow Horse – What the bee is to the floweret — Solo. MS 7348 p 71. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 10, solo; McC 1 p 45; Surenne SI p 125.  {2:4g ~ 16||8|| ~ 13 42 13 24 (4 bars, tonic d) or 57 16 57 61 (tonic g, but final d)}

4/29b    Were I a Clerk – you remember [Ellen] our hamlets pride — Solo. MS 7348 p 71. Cf Moore no 5 [1813?] song 11; McC 2 p 50; Surenne SI pp 112–13. The name El-len, omitted by JG, is attributed notes in the music.  {6:8g ~ 8||8|| ~ 56 31}

4/29c    Castle Tirowen – Remember thee! yes while there’s life in this heart &c — Solo. MS 7348 p 71. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 5; McC 2 p 68; gnp p 159; Surenne SI p 59.  {3:4d ~ 16|| ~ 113 116}

4/29d    The Lamentation of Aughrim – Forget not the field where they perished — Solo. MS 7348 p 72. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 10; McC 2 p 73; Surenne SI p 105.  {3:4d ~ 12|| ~ 356 111}

4/29e    Ná baineann san dó – They may rail at this Life – or – This Earth is the Planet — Solo. MS 7348 p 72. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 11; McC 2 p 74; Surenne SI p 72. See 1/79b, 2/1b.  {6:8g ~ 16|| ~ 55 55}

4/30a    Cuisle mo chroidhe – Come o’er the sea Maiden with me — Solo. MS 7348 p 72. Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 1; McC 2 p 52; Surenne SI pp 38–39.  {6:8d ~ 20|| ~ 33 32}

4/30b    Kitty Tyrrel – oh! Blame not the Bard — Duet. MS 7348 p 73. Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 3, duet; McC 1 p 27; Surenne SI p 56.  {6:4g ~ 8||8|| ~ 5116}

4/30c    The Braes of Moran — Cf OFPC 4 p 148.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1313 1562}

4/31a    I once had a True Love – Through Grief & through Danger — MS 7348 p 74. Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 9, duet; McC 1 p 32; Surenne SI p 30.  {3:8g ~ 30||  = 6x5 ~ 6142 (4 bars)}

4/31b    Banks of Banna – When thro’ Life unblest we Rove — Duet, using 2nd treble for his lower part.  MS 7348 p 75. Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 10, 4 parts; McC 1 p 33; Surenne SI pp 18–19.  {Cd ~ 16|| ~ 1133 1555}

4/31c   [Untitled jig] [roughly pencilled jig filling blank half line after preceding item]    956 — A version of the ‘Cliffs of Moher’. See 2/159c.  {[6:8d] ~ [8||8||] ~ 51 57 22 22}

4/32a    We brought the Summer with us – come send round the wine &c — Solo. MS 7348 p 75. Cf Moore no 2 [1809?] song 10; McC 1 p 22; Surenne SI p 135.  {6:4d ~ 16|| ~ 1555}

4/32b    Gage Fane – ’Tis believed that this harp &c — Duet, with JG using 2nd treble for his lower part. MS 7348 p 76, duet. Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 12, trio; McC 1 p 35; Surenne SI p 147.  {3:4g ~ 16|| ~ 323 213}

4/32c    Dermott – Take back the virgin page — Duet. MS 7348 p 76. Cf Moore no 2 [1809?] song 3, duet; McC 1 p 15; Saust p 3; Surenne SI p 4.  {3:4d ~ $ 8 $||8 part 2 two cadences (2nd unmarked) !|~ 553 116}

4/32d–33    The Sixpence – It is not the tear at this moment shed — Duet. MS 7348 p 77, duet. Cf Moore no 3 1810 song 11, duet; McC 1 p 34; Saust p 3; Surenne SI p 4. See 1/187a.  {Cg ~ 16|| ~ 6632 5561}

4/33a    The Red Fox – Let Erin remember the days of old — Duet, with JG using 2nd treble for his lower part. MS 7348 p 78. Cf Moore no 2 [1809?] song 8, 3 voices; McC 1 p 20.  {Cg ~ 8!|8!| ~ 1133 5543}

4/33b    The old woman – Oh! the days are gone when beauty bright — Duet, with JG using single or top line of treble staff of keyboard as his lower part. MS 7348 p 78, duet. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 1, solo; cf McC 1 p 36.  {6:8g ~ 20|| ~ 32 15}

4/34c–35    The retreat from St Jean D’Acre — [Mrs G] 2 pages of close copying for piano, 2 staves. Cf Glover Retreat.  {2:4c modulating to g without change of key signature ~ 36||8||24||50|| ~ 33 65 54 43 (4 bars)}

4/36a  •  K  •  A Mháire ’s a Mhúirnín [note JG:] time wrong – see other book    513Words pp 125–126 ‘A mháire ’s a mhúirnín ’s a lúibín ’na gcraobhfholt’; cf Tunes p 5d (closer to 1/5a q.v.).  {Cd ~ 7||7!|! ~ 1314 5505}

4/36b    Seaghan Ua Dhuibhir an ghleanna — Cf OFNIM p 21. See 1/250b.  Seaghan Ua Dhuibhir an ghleanna  {3:4c ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 112 631}

4/36c    St Patricks day – Tho’ dark are our Sorrows &c — Duet, with JG using single or top line of treble keyboard for his lower part, which may be intended for an instrument (song is quite jig-like with no vocal traits). MS 7348 p 79. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 2, solo; McC 1 p 37; Surenne SI pp 44–45. See 1/203c (from a different source).  {6:8g ~ 22|| ~ 11 55}

4/36d    Bruach na Cairge báine — Tunes p 10b. Solo. All on one line (squeezed in later?). MS 7348 p 111 An Irish air. Cf O’D 1850 p 280; OFNIM p 36. See 1/17 (exact copy), 4/102e.  {6:8c ~ 4:|:8||D [C?] ~ 53 47}

4/37a    Father Quinn – When’eer [sic] I see those Smiling Eyes — Solo. MS 7348 p 80. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 7; McC 2 p 70; Surenne SI pp 74–75.  {Cg ~ 16|| ~ 4632 4261}

4/37b    Open the Door – She is far from the land &c — Duet with JG using tenor part for his lower part. MS 7348 p 81. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 7, trio; McC 1 p 3; Surenne SI p 82.  {6:8d ~ 2x4|| ~ 15 66}

4/37c    The Moreen – The Minstrel Boy to the war is gone — Duet with JG using the second of three parts for his lower part. MS 7348 p 81. Cf Moore no 5 [1813?] song 6, trio; McC 2 p 93; Surenne SI pp 4–5.  Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 1142 3517}

4/37d    An Caoine or Dirge – My gentle Harp once more I waken — Solo. MS 7348 p 91. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 1; McC 2 p 64; Surenne SI p 29.  {3:4g ~ 16|| ~ 116 431}

4/38a    The Rose Tree of Paddys Land – I’d mourn the hopes that Leave me — Duet: in bars 5–8 JG adapts the lower treble keyboard line of the solo version for his duet lower line. For bars 1–4 he uses the second treble part of the 3-part text, which lacks bars 5–8. MS 7348 p 82. Cf Moore no 5 [1813?] song 12, solo/ trio setting; McC 2 p 51; Surenne SI p 33.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1555 1232}

4/38b    Sly Patrick – Has Sorrow thy young days shaded — Duet. MS 7348 p 82. Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 2, duet; McC 2 p 53; Surenne SI p 60.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 32 56}

4/38c    Miss Molly – I saw from the Beach &c — Duet. MS 7348 p 84. Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 10, duet; McC 2 p 61; Surenne SI p 66. See 1/184b.  {6:8d ~ 12||  = 6x2 ~ 17 13}

4/39a  •  K  •  An Beinsín luachradh    514 — See 1/18a. Cf Tunes p 10e (closer to 1/18a).  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3243 1153}

4/39b    Síos as suas liom – Oh! where the slave so lowly &c — Duet, with bars 1–16 of JG’s lower line taken from part 2 of the trio, and bars 17–24 from the treble line (or the lower treble line) of the keyboard. MS 7348p 83. Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 7, trio/ solo; McC 2 p 58.  {Cd ~ 24||  = 6x4 bars 17–20 ‘Sym’+21–24 ‘song’ ~ 1113 1155}

4/39c  •  The Cuckoo’s Nest — MS 7348 p 180. 1/60a is a copy, parts 2 and 3 reversed.  {Cg ~ 3x8|| ~ 4213 7445}

4/40a    The little Harvest Rose – In the morning of life &c — Duet. MS 7348 p 84. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 3, duet. Cf McC 2 p 66.  {Cd ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 3423 1117}

4/40b    Denis dont be threatening – Nay, tell me not dear, that the goblet drowns — Duet. MS 7348 p 85. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 8, solo; McC 1 p 43; Holden OIM no 30; Surenne SI pp 24–25. See 1/208a, solo.  {6:8d ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 75 75}

4/40c    Caoilte glas na trugha    957 — Cf Mulholland 1 p 25.  {3:4d ~ 4||9|:  = 4+5+4 ~ 115 315}

4/41a    Molly My dear – At the mid hour of night &c — Duet, with JG using 2nd treble of 4-part setting for his lower part. MS 7348 p 86. Cf Moore no 5 [1813?] song 2, 4 parts; McC 2 p 89; Surenne SI pp 48–49.  {3:8g ~ 10||15|| ~ 556 442  331 211 (4 bars)}

4/41b    O Patrick fly from me – When first I met thee &c — Duet. MS 7348 pp 86–88. Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 4, duet; McC 2 p 55; cf Surenne SI pp 32–33. Lower line of duet cf Saust p 3.  {2:4g ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 3221}

4/41c    Oh Erin my Country tho’ strangers may roam  Andante — Cf Howe 500 p 224.  {6:8d ~ 12|| ~ 74 15}

4/42a    Yellow Wat on/in [read ‘and’] the Fox – Oh! doubt me not the season is o’er — Duet, with JG’s lower line mainly taken from the lower of the two keyboard parts.  MS 7348 p 87. Cf Moore no 5 [1813?] song 10, solo; McC 2 p 49; Surenne SI p 84.  {6:8d ~ 24||  = 3x8 ~ 75 76}

4/42b    ’Sa vournin Deelish – Tis gone and for ever, — Duet, with JG using the lower line from second part of trio for his lower part. MS 7348 p 88. Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 9, trio.  {Cd  KS c> d ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 1117 6663}

4/43a    Norah Kisthee – Wreath the Bowl &c — Duet, with JG using the second part of quartet for his lower part. MS 7348 p 89. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 6, 4 parts. Cf McC 2 p 69; Holden ISQT 1 p 1.  {6:8d  ~ 2x8||DC ~ 13 43}

4/43b    Winnowing Sheet – If thou’lt be mine &c — Duet on two staves unbracketed. MS 7348 p 89. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 8; McC 2 p 71; Surenne SI p 93.  {6:8d ~ 10||  = 4+4+2 ~ 51 22}

4/43c    The Dandy O! The young may Moon — Duet, with JG using the treble of quartet for his lower part. MS 7348 p 91. Cf Moore no 5 [1813?] song 5; McC 2 p 92; Surenne SI p 20. See 1/44a.  {6:8d ~ 2x8||  = 8x2 ~ 11 65}

4/43d  •  K  •  The Banks of Cloddie  [JG note:] voce T.K  •  515 — See 1/248a{Cd ~ 4||12:|:  = 4x4 ~ 1111 3355}

4/44a    Limericks Lamentation – When cold in the earth — Duet. MS 7348 p 90. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 4, 4 parts. Cf McC 2 p 67. See 1/212c Lochaber no more, 3/102b Orange and green, 4/160a Lochaber.  {3:4g ~ 32||  = 4x8 ~ 333 323}

4/44b    Unknown – Oh! for the swords of former times &c — Duet, with JG’s lower line taken from the second treble of two trebles and one bass. MS 7348 p 93. Cf Moore no 7 1818 song 12, trio; McC 2 p 75; Surenne SI p 100.  {Cd ~ 12||  = 6x2 ~ 1324 1327}

4/45a    The dear Black Maid – The Dirge – How oft has the Banshee cried — Duet. MS 7348 p 92. Cf Moore no 2 [1809?] song 5; McC 1 p 17; Surenne SI p 43.  {3:4g ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 355 551}

4/45b    Groves of Blarney – Tis the last Rose of Summer — Duet. MS 7348 p 93. Cf Moore no 5 [1813?] song 4, 4 parts; McC 2 p 91; Surenne SI p 1.  {3:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 316 531}

4/45c    Erin my Country – Secundo — Where is the top part of the duet? 4/41c doesn’t match.  {6:8d ~ 8:|7:| ~ 35 15}

4/46a    The Brown Thorn – St Senanus & the Lady – oh! haste & leave this Sacred Isle — Solo (bars 1–25, & duet (bars 26–41).  MS 7348 p 95. Cf Moore no 2 [1809?] song 1 p 52. solo and trio; McC 1 p 13; Surenne SI p 98.  3:4g ~ solo bars 1–25, duet 26–41  = 10x4 if bars 12–13 [error?] are telescoped ~ 534 156}

4/46b    The Brown Irish Girl – By that Lake whose gloomy shore — Solo. MS 7348 p 70; cf Moore no 4 1812 song 6, solo. Cf McC 1 p 41.  {Cg ~ 10|| ~ 6531 6211}

[End of batch of copies from Moore]

4/46c    Lady Caroline Bertie — Cf Holst; Clarke MS no 176 (p 84 of pdf).  {2:4d ~ 8:|:8||8|| ~ 5321 7753}

4/47a    The Triumph — Cf Hime 1810 p 4; Kerr’s Collection p 22.  {2:4g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 5331 4227  (2 bars), or 53 42 17 53 (4 bars)}

4/47b    The Recovery — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 157; Weippert NCD 2 no 3.  {2:4bflat ~ 8:|:8||8||DC ~ 5151 2222 (2 bars), or 55 22 52 11 (4 bars)}

4/47c    Culvey Lodge — Cf Nath Gow 1812 Calver lodge (parts transposed); Howe’s 1,000 p 71.  {Cg ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 1127 5555}

4/47d    New Prime of Life    958 — Cf Ashman p 25. See 1/220b The prime of life.  {2:4f ~ 2x8:|: ~ 53 11 22 53 (4 bars) or 5535 • 1511 (2 bars)}

4/47e    Voulez Vous Dancer Madamoiselle — Cf Kerr 1 p 27; Weippert NCD 2 no 6; VMP Winder MS JaW.169.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8||8||DC ~ 33 21 72 13}

4/47f    Calder Fair — (the air used for the nursery rhyme ‘Sing a song of sixpence): cf Howe Omnibus complete p 114. See 1/191a.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1165 6133 (2 bars)or 16 63 25 35 (4 bars)}

4/48a    Miss Spicers Fancy — Cf Hime 1809 no 3, p 3.  {6:8bflat ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 34 51}

4/48b    Peter street Dance — MS 7348 p 44. Cf Hime 1809 no 2, p 3; Clinton Gems no 189. See 1/106c, 1/215c.  {Cbflat [JG end:] or in this key: [bar 1 notated in g] ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 1353 5176}

4/48c    Lady Matilda Bruce    959 — Cf Gow Repos 4 p 21.  {2:4f ~ 2x8:|: ~ 33 17 53 24 (4 bars)}

4/48d    Hyde Park Fair  •  960  {Ca ~ 8||8:|: ~ 1355 4245}

4/48e    A French Dance    961  — Cf ONMI no 812 The girls of Banbridge (parts reversed).   {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 52 34 72}

4/49a    A Tyrolese Dance    962  {2:4f ~ 3x8:|: ~ 5_5_6_4_ 2_5_4_1_ (4 bars)}

4/49b    The Hibernian Medley    963 — unusual rhythm with crotchet dotted plus quaver, See 3/163a Hibernia.  {6:8c ~ 3x8|| ~ 31 55 35 42}

4/49c  •  Ayrshire Lasses    964 — Cf Gow Repos 1 p 19 The merry lads of Ayr; Koehler 3 p 236.  {Cc ~ 2x4|| ~ 3115 3144}

4/49d    The Wellington Medley — Cf Alday  1815 p 1a (single jig), p 1b (reel).  {6:8[c illegible], 24 bars / reel: C[c illegible, no change of time signature noted], 8 bars ~ 8:|8:|:8||2x4|| ~ 51 21}

4/49e  •  A Favourite Reel    965  Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1111 1122}

4/50a  •  The Priest of Lurgan    966 — The title refers to the Revd Edward Sterling (1706–62), rector of Lurgan, Co Cavan. See Donnelly 2000. See nearly identical copy at 1/241a.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 14 41 14 47}

4/50b  •  The Jolly Tinker    967 — Cf Kerr 1 p 34. See 1/41c, 3/136d.  {Cd ~ 7x4:|: ~ 5152 5154 (tonic e)}

4/50c    Old Neil Gow — Cf Hime 1809 no 3, p 3; Aird 5 p 1, no 1; Cameron p 46.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 5163 5166}

4/50d    Fairy Boy — By Samuel Lover. Cf gnp p 141; Lover Fairy boy; Howe Omnibus complete p 98.  {3:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 156 165}

4/50e    Kathleen O’More — Cf gnp p 96; Clinton Gems no 32.  {6:8a ~ 8|| ~ 11 22}

4/51a    Gustys Frolick — Cf P-S no 813.  {9:8g ~ 9x4:|: part 2 two cadences without repeat mark ~ 553 514 or 553 474 (4 bars)}

4/51b    Lady Perth’s Fancy or Rokeby — Cf Hime 1815 p 1; Goulding & co’s selection of CDs no 34; Power CDs no 1.  {6:8c ~ 3x8:|: ~ 13 51 25 13}

4/51c    Miss Corbets Reel — Cf Aird 5 p 8, no 21; parts 1 & 3 of ONMI no 1209 The new demesne, 2nd setting, & of ONDMI no 485 The college groves.  {Cd [scarcely legible] ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1353 2427}

4/52a    The Tank — Cf Weippert NCD 1 no 24; Hamilton  HUT 1 p 11; Kerr 1 p 29.  {2:4 [c? or g?] ~ 2x8:|: ~ 11 77 25 31 (4 bars)}

4/52b    Miss Ross’s reel — Cf Campbell 8 p 22.  {Ca ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 3231 5272}

4/52c  •  What a Beau your granny was — See copy at 1/239. Basic tune common in print, but normally in common time.  {2:4d ~ 6x8:|: ~ 3127 1165 (2 bars) or 32 16 65 42 (4 bars)}

4/52d–53  •  Lucy Campbell    968— Unrelated to 3/29b or to the commonly printed Lucy Campbell. Cf Joyce MS 3 p 283, tune 846 Lucy Campbell with variations (from Miss Eileen O’Moore’s MS music book). See 1/224–25 (variant).  {Cd ~ 8x8:|: ~ 5553 5764}

4/53a    The Harmonious Blacksmith — Version of composition by Handel. Cf gnp p 175. See 1/240a (copy?).  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||12|| ~ 1125 3425}

4/53b  •  The Straw Berry Banks    969 — Cf Joyce OIFMS no 234 pp 113–14. See copy at 1/37b. See 1/43a Betsy Baker. {Cg ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 1372 3311}

4/54a    Dunbarton Drums — Cf gnp p 60; Graham 3 pp 68–69; Oswald CPC 2 p 1.  {Cg ~ 4x8:|: ~ 3333 1554}

4/54b    The long Strands of America    970 — Somewhat reminiscent of OFPC 4 p 103 The duke’s retreat {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 4437 3116 (tonic & final b)}

4/54c    Kutus off — Non-traditional. Kutuzov was a Russian general in the Napoleonic wars.  {2:4g ~ 8:|:8:DC 8||DC ~ 15 45 35 23 (4 bars)}

4/54d    Kutus off [written small] — Non-traditional.  {2:4g ~ 8||16|| ~ 33 17 33 61 (4 bars)}

4/55a    Lady Sutherlands Reel — Cf Aird 4 p 10, no 26 Countess of Sutherland’s reel.  {2:4g ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1565 4322}

4/55b    Enrico — See close variant at 1/244c A Welsh hornpipe.  {2:4d ~ 8||8:|: ~ 1313 5653}

4/55c    Síghle Ní Ghuidhreadh — JG’s 7 parts equate to OFPC 1 pp 12–13, parts 1–2, 4–7, & OFNIM pp 24–25, part 7. OF’s part 1 lacks JG’s repeat cadence, in which JG’s bars 13–14 are nearly identical to his part 3, bars 13–14. Is there an older source for both? See part copy in 1/16c.  {3:4g ~ 16||16:|:variations 16:|:8:|:8:|:8:|:16:|: ~ 133 244}

4/56a    The Humours of Bandon — defective version. Cf gnp p 166. See 1/66a.  {6:8g ~ 10:|:13|| [sic] ~ 51 27}

4/56b    The Boughileen Buidhe — Cf gnp p 169; OFNIM p 40 The boughlee buee or Gallaway Tom. See 1/231.  {12:8d ~ 6x4:|: ~ 1323 1326}

4/56c–57    The Coulin — Parts 1–2: cf Crosby Irish pp 201–202 and Hamilton HUT 2 p 163; part 3: cf O’Hara GMR p 19 ( part 5); part 4: cf Murphy CIAJ p 8 (part 4); parts 5–8: cf OFNIM p 33 (parts 3–6). See 4/26a.  {3:4d ~ 8x8:|: parts 3–8 variations ~ 112 151}

4/57a    Gráine Mhaol    971 — Parts 1–2: cf B3 p 36.  {6:8c ~ 4x8:|: ~ 55 51 45 77}

4/57b  •  The Frost is all over    972 — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 99; P-S no 850. See 1/29a.  {6:8c ~ 2x8 ~ 12 62 11 62}

4/58a    Paddy O’Rafferty — Cf gnp pp 170–71 (variations differently ordered); Moore no 8 1821, song 5 Drink of this cup.  {6:8d ~ 12x8:|: ~ 55 52 55 11}

4/58b    The Cameronian Reel    973 — Cf Bremner Scots reels p 82 Cameronian’s rant; Aird 1 p 38, no 107; Cooke 1797 p 4; OFPC 3 p 44.  {Cd ~ 4:|:7||DC one bar (5th?) of part 2 omitted ~ 3135 3156}

4/59a    Richers Hornpipe    974 — Cf Hime’s pocket book 2 p 36; Ryan p 102 Huntsman’s hornpipe. See 1/55a The stage hornpipe.  {2:4g ~ 16:|:8:|: ~ 1117 2511}

4/59b    Duval’s Hornpipe — Cf Hime’s pocket book 4 p 7 Miss Duval’s hornpipe. See copy at 1/57a.  {Cg ~ 8:|:12:|: ~ 1134 1134}

4/59c  •  Blanchards Hornpipe – wrong [part 2 crossed out]    975 — Part 1: cf Aird 4 p 37, no 92; Curtin MS no 19 Limerick hornpipe; Ryan p 187 Fisher’s; POK 2 no 45 Fisherman’s hornpipe. See 1/54c. Part 2: see 1/56b, 4/60a The Liverpool hornpipe (part 2).  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1345 3345}

4/59d    Aldrige’s Hornpipe — Cf Colclough p 15. See 1/141a.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1113 5412}

4/59e    Murphy’s Hornpipe    976 — Cf Kerr 4 p 40. See 1/55c (copy), 4/18a.  {Cd ~ 4 two cadences ||8:|: ~ 1515 2224}

4/60a    The Liverpool Hornpipe — Pipes p 29, no 67. Cf Howe Omnibus p 43. See  copy at 1/56b.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3312 4316}

4/60b  •  Ross’s Hornpipe    977 — Parts 1 & 2: cf Harding’s all-round p 62 The medal. Parts 3 & 4 seem to be an unrelated reel in the genre of ‘Kiss the maid behind the barrel’. See copy at 1/56c.  {2:4d ~ 2x8:|:4x4:|: ~ 1133 6716}

4/60c  •  The Old Foxhunters Jigg    978  {6:8g ~ 4:|:21:|: ~ 3212 3211, part 2: 33 33 22 22}

4/60d  •  The chorus jigg    979 — Cf Holden ISQT 1 p 24; Murphy CIAJ p 15; Aird 2 p 48, no 131.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: two cadences in parts 2 (without repeat mark) and part 4 ~ 51 41 51 51}

4/61a    Money in both Pockets    980 — Two-part versions common in print. Cf OFPC 2 p 152; Gow Coll 3 p 30. 1/232 is a copy. See 1/119c.  {6:8d ~ 6x8:|: part 6 two cadences without repeat mark ~ 13 55 13 54}

4/61b    The Bennison Hunt — Same as 4/11a The Hunt [Jackson].  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 13 55 12 57}

4/61c    Rossline Castle — Cf Graham 1 pp 16–17. See 1/176a.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1554 6423}

4/61d    Tell tale eyes — composition in Scots style, non-traditional.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1111 1172}

4/61e  •  Paddys green Island  •  981 — Cf Joyce OIFMS p 7, copied from a MS lent by O’D.  {6:8bflat ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 65 53 72}

4/62a    Stop at the Corner   982 — Cf Gore Highland collections p 112 Miss Leslie of St Andrews reel.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1325 6152}

4/62b    The Stop Waltz — [by Signor Spagnoletti]. Cf Duval{3:8f ~ 3x8:|:5:|: ~ 654 535 424 313 (4 bars)}

4/62c    The Blue l — Cf Flute player’s pocket companion 1 p 106; Ashman p 1.  {6:8c? ~ 2x8:|: ~ 55 33 12 33}

4/62d  •  Old womans  Money    983 — Cf gnp p 30; Ryan p 131 The Limerick Lass.  {6:8d ~ 2x8:|: ~ 32 31 32 66}

4/62e–63    Pretty Girl milking her cow    984 — Seems to be from print, but no close source found. See 1/14c.  {9:8g ~ 9x4:|: ~ 351 341}

4/63a    The actor of all work — Non-traditional. There was a play with that title written in 1817 by George Colman the younger for the actor Charles Mathew.  {2:4f ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3311 5533}

4/63b    Whistle & I’ll come to you my Lad    985 — Cf Harding’s 200 p 50.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 35 35 31 42}

4/63c    Flora Macdonald — Cf Raven p 136 The Maid of Glenconnel. See copy at 1/240b, variant at 4/65f.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 55 31 32}

4/64a    The Green Fields of America — Cf Ryan p 31. See 3/27a.  {2:4a ~ 2x8:|: ~ 4635 2226}

4/64b    Down the Bourne Davy love — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 164; Corri 2 p 3; Lawson MS (6th tune from end).  {2:4] ~ 21|| =4x4+appendix 5 ~ 3152 3511}

4/64c   [Untitled jig  986 — pencil 8-bar fragment, begun on staff 5, continued on staff 12. The first two bars are each marked ‘bis’.  {[6:8g] ~ 8-bar fragment ~ 51 51 47 47}

4/64d    Darby Kelly — Cf Whitaker & Dibdin.  {6:8g ~ 44:|:  = 8+8+20+4+4 ~ 13 13}

4/64e    The Hare in the corn — Cf OFPC 1 p 77.  {6:8d ~ 3x8:|: ~ 35 63 43 42}

4/65a    The Tartan Plaid — Cf Amateurs companion p 20. See 4/88e.  {Cc ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 3565 3542}

4/65b    Blue Ribbon — Cf Amateurs companion p 45.  {6:8c ~ 2x16:|: ~ 31 53 33 11}

4/65c    For lack of gold he left me O— Cf OFPC 1 p 75; Graham 1 pp 146–47.  {2:4c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1151 6221}

4/65d  •  Boney over the Alps    987 — Cf ONMI no 1590 Jerry Daly’s hornpipe, 1st setting; Raven p 171 Napoleon crossing the Alps. See copy at 1/68c.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3212 7772}

4/65e    Paddys Evermore    988 — Cf ONMI no 262. See copy at 1/255b.  {2:4d ~ 8|| $ 8:|: $ ~ 1113 2754 (2 bars) rather than 11 25 31 11 (4 bars)}

4/65f    Mrs McDonald    989 — variant of 4/63c. See 1/240b.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 31 54 33 32}

4/66a–67    Jeannette and Jeannot. Words by Jeffries  Music by Glover — [Mrs G]. Song with piano accompaniment, incipit ‘You are going far away, far away from poor Jeanette’. [by JG:] gothic title ornamented with shamrocks. Cf Glover Jeannette’s song.  {2:4g ~ 8|| [words:] 40|| song ends bar 44; 1 verse under staff +2 verses ~ 33 33 33 51 33 (4 bars)}

4/68a–69    Jeannot’s Song. Words by C Jeffries  Music by Ch Glover — [Mrs G]. Song with piano accompaniment, incipit ‘Cheer up, Cheer up My own Jeanette, Tho’ far away I go’. Cf Glover Cheer up.  {2:4bflat ~ 13||36|| voice ends bar 45 ~ 5117 2255}

4/70–71    The Cavalier.   Words by Bellamy  Music by Glover — [Mrs G]. Song with piano accompaniment, incipit ‘Twas a beautiful night, The stars shone bright, And the moon o’er the waters played’. Cf Glover The Cavalier.  {6:8e ~ 8|| [words:] 28|| voice ends bar 24 ~ 33 51}

4/71    An Seanduine — Cf OFPC 4 p 76 The shan dinna or silly old man. See 1/15a, 2/34b Pay the reconing.  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|:  = quatrain + refrain ~ 15 13}

4/72–73  •  “Siubhail a Rúin    990 — [Music & words written by JG]. Voice and piano. Followed by five stanzas in English, incipit ‘I would I were on yonder hill’. Bar one of voice line 4 (p 72) is metrically defective.  Cc ~ 4||18|| voice ends bar 20 ~ 3322 1157}

4/73    The Campbells are Coming    991 — Cf Aird 1 p 8, no 21; OFPC 1 p 74.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 15 53 15 32}

4/74a   [Untitled] — [Mrs G?]. Rough unfinished arrangement for voice and piano (no words) of Moore’s ‘Silent O Moyle’. See 4/28c.  {Cc ~ 15| fragment, bar 5, voice begins, no words ~ 3322 1275}

4/74b–75  •  Quadrille    992 — JG filled the last line of p 74 with the first ten bars (bar 10 crossed out and rewritten). It is concluded on the top of p 75.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 51 53 26}

4/75a    The Storm Quadrille — Non-traditional.  {6:8d ~ | $ 8:|:8|| $ 8:|: ~ 1122 31 32}

4/75b  •  Miss Rawdons fancy    993 — Cf ONMI no 1328 The Dublin lasses. Now commonly known as ‘The boys of Ballysadare’.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5156 5132}

4/75c    Ceann dubh dílís — Cf Mulholland AIA 2 p 70; O’Hara GMR p 5.  {3:4f ~ 16:|:33|| sic ~ 557 111}

4/75d    Lady C Bruces favorite — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 25 (by Nathaniel Gow); Gow BNG 2 p 12 Lady Charlotte Bruce’s favorite.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 334 2 35 72}

4/76a    I’d rather live a single life than marry a donny [?] man    994  {Cg ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 5313 6711}

4/76b    The Fox asleep    995 — Cf Amateurs companion p 7.  {Cg ~ 2x8||  = 4x4 ~ 1175 5511}

4/76c  •  An Draoighnéan [sic] donn    996  {Cd ~ 4||12|| ~ 3113 6711}

4/76d    The green woods of Truigha    997  {Cg ~ 6:|:12||  = 4x6?? ~ 1113 5536}

4/76e    Truagh    998  {3:4c ~ 6:|:13||, ~ 767 111}

4/76f    Tulloughorum — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 84; Alburger pp 86–87; Stephano p 7.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8||DC [?] ~ 3542 3535}

4/77a    Wellington Dance    999 — 4/77a • Wellington Dance • 999 — Cf Joyce MS 3 p. 287, tune 857 The Wellington reel (From Miss Eileen O’Moore’s MS music book); Ryan p 43 Paddy on the turnpike; ONMI 1555 Cronin’s favorite; ONDMI no 768 The flowers of Limerick; Roche 1 p 56 The mills are grinding. Now generally known as ‘The bunch of keys’.  {Cd ~ 8||8:|: ~ 5111 3565}

4/77b    The Waterloo Dance — Cf Joshua Gibbons p 95; Trim Hardy no 49.  {2:4d ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 35 11 21 15 (4 bars)}

4/77c    Bachelors walk — Cf ONMI no 880 The Killeshandra lasses. See 1/101c Brisdín bréide.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 13 53 22 62}

4/77d  •  Gregg’s pipes    1000 — Cf ONMI no 1199 The bucks of Oranmore.  {Cd ~ 4x4:|: ~ 1551 1562}

4/77e  •  The New Honey Moon    1001  { Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 5353 6416}

4/77f    The Country Lass    1002  {Cd ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 1313 2224}

4/77g    Llewellyn — Air of the Welsh song ‘The ash grove’. Cf OFPC 3 p 33; Colclough 19d. See 1/151b  (a copy?).  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 13 22}

4/78a    The House of Clonelphin — Cf Joyce OIFMS pp 95–96 ‘copied from a Munster MS. Lent me by the late John O’Daly’ (perhaps JG used the same source). See 2/161c The house of Glenarkeen, 3/145c Glanmorgan house.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 57}

4/78b  •  Burns [sic] Farewell    1003 — Cf Aird 2 p 6, no 17 The peacock; Holden Masonic p 30, no 16; Colclough p 21. See 1/157a.  {Cc ~ 2x8:|: ~ 3117 3343}

4/78c    Rose Bradwardine — Cf Hodson Highland quadrilles (2nd tune).  {6:8c ~ 8||16||8|| ~ 31 65}

4/78d  •  A Quick step    1004  {2:4g ~ 16||16||DC ~ 51 33 66 11 (4 bars)}

4/78e    The Boys of the lough    1005  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5335 1326}

4/79a  •  The Flogging reel    1006 — Cf Ryan p 7. See 3/19b, 3/62b, 3/131a.  {Cc ~ 2x4:|:8|| ~ 3134 3131}

4/79b  •  The Rakes of Kildare    1007 — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 108; Aird 5 p 28, no 69 A jig; B2 p 39 Get up early. See near duplicate 1/248c.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 51 55 75 47}

4/79c  •  The Blackberry blossom    1008 — Cf Petrie AMI p 12. See 3/111b (variant).  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5231 3331}

4/79d    Sheela Magan — Non-traditional.  {6:8c ~ 25:|: ~ 32 51}

4/79e    Flora McDonald  plaintively —Davidson 150 Scotch songs pp 64–65 (music by M. Kelly, ‘A captive maid pin’d in the tower of Dunmore’).  {6:8d ~ 20|| bars 17–20 an addendum ~ 55 52 53 15}

4/79f  •  Fanny    1009 — Cf CRÉ 4 no 106 Timpeall an tseomra [All round the room] (from Grier MS). Part 1: see 3/146a The sporting days of Easter (part 2).{Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1315 4622}

4/80a    McNeills Hornpipe — Cf Kerrs Collection p 28 Jacky Tar; Stephano p 27 Jack ashore. See 1/45b The college hornpipe, 1/55b.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 1115 3113}

4/80b    Waltz by Mozart — Cf Howe Omnibus p 37 Mozart’s celebrated military waltz; Riley 2 p 74.  {3:8bflat ~ 16:|:2x8:|:16:|:2x8:|: ~ 5555}

4/80c  •  Waltz    1010  {6:8 [sic] g ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 55 55}

4/80d    Murrays Maggot or The Heart of my Kitty  [JG pencil:] .i. Kittys rambles to Youghal    1011 — See 4/131a.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 17 14 37 34}

4/81a  •  Signora Ferzes Hornpipe    1012 — Cf gnp p 172; ONMI no 1800 The hunt; CRÉ 5 no 211 Cornphíopa an tíogar [The tiger hornpipe] (from Denis Murphy). See copy at 1/248b.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1326 4465}

4/81b  •  The Dumfree House    1013  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 1132 3675}

4/81c  •  Roys reel    1014  {Cg ~ 12:|:4:|: ~ 1132 1152}

4/81d  •  Kitty’s Wedding  or The Boys of the Abbey    1015 — Cf ONDMI no 786 Over the moor to Maggie.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1133 1642}

4/81e    The geese on the bog [JG pencil:] or Box the Monkey — See 1/247b (a copy?).  {6:8d ~ 4x8:|: ~ 13 13}

4/82a  •  Miss Monaghans reel    1016 — See 142c, 2/153b Johnny shooting in the glen, 3/159a The dandy girl; 3/179b The pretty girls of this town.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 1235 6635}

4/82b  •  Neil Gow or the Marquess of Huntleys Strathspey    1017  {Cd ~ 8:|:8 two cadences || ~ 1135 6122}

4/82d    The Pleasant Rocks — Cf Moore no 1 1807 2nd tune, keyboard four hands. JG follows top staff in bars 1–8, staff 3 in bars 17–20, top staff in bars 21–32 (end) omitting all dots. Cf also B1 p 12 Carraige an aoibhnis; Neal 1724 p 19 Clanuff’s delight.  {3:4c ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 125 665}

4/82e–83  •  Irish Jigg    1018  {8 two cadences ||16||8 two cadences ||16|| ~ 2'4 62 2'1 51}

4/83a    The Bloom is on the Rye — Cf Bishop & Fitzball.  {Cc ~ 23||  = 4x4 +2+2+3 ~ 3342 7627}

4/83b    Alice Gray — Cf Hodson Alice Gray.  {2:4g ~ 16|| ~ 31 26 52 22 (4 bars)}

4/83c    Birks of Invermay — MS 7348 p 109 (JG copied the secondo part from the MS and omitted the air (in error?).  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 3335 5544}

4/83d    My nannie o — Cf gnp p 117, Edin repos music 1 p 24.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5155 3211}

4/83e  •  Mount the Baggage [aggag corrected]    1019 — Cf McGlashan Strathspey reels p 31 The merry maid’s wedding; OFPC 3 p 64 The Haughs of Cromdale. See 1/227b Reels of bogies, 2/152b Barrack Hill, 2/179a My bride is a young thing.  {2:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 5117 5524 (2 bars) or 51 52 51 72 (4 bars)}

4/84a    The Lothian Lass    1020 — Cf Cameron p 37; Graham 3 pp 34–35 Last May a braw wooer. See 1/172c One day a braw wooer.   {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 13 21 31 65}

4/84b    Lake of Killarney — Cf Edin repos music 1 pp 86–87; Murphy CIAJ p3; OFPC 1 pp 36–37; BNG 3 p 16. See 4/88d.  {6:8d ~ | $ 8:|:‘Sym’ 8:|:So. 8|| $ 8|| $ ~ 32 55}

4/84c  •  Dunkeild House    1021 — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 116; Koehler 2 p 152. Part 1: see 3/112a The grey goose.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 13 53 42 42}

4/84d    Cuisle mo chroidhe — Cf Mooney 1 pp 32–33.  {3:4d ~ 33|| 4-bar parts ~ 112 775}

4/84e–85    Black eyed Susan — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 151 (song by Richard Leveredge).  {3:4g ~ 28|| ~ 512 321}

4/85a   The Mac Gregors gathering — Cf Dun VMS, pp 394–98.  {6:8c ~ 32|| ~ 11 26 16 15}

4/85b  •  The Roscommon Ball     1022 —  Part 1: cf part 1 of Moylan JOL no 176 Danny Ab’s (1) (the tune of Scottish origin known as ‘The cock o’ the North’). Part 2: cf Moylan JOL no 167 Going to the well for water (also known as ‘The Scattery Island slide). Part 3: cf the third part of the popular version of ‘Dingle Regatta’; Moylan JOL no 91 The Kilcummin slide (which has also been recorded from Padraig O’Keefe and Denis Murphy).{12:8c ~ 3x4|| ~ 3457 7575}

4/85c    Shannons Flowery Banks — Cf OFPC 1 pp 58–59.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3346 5631}

4/85d    The Cooleen Bawn — Cf OFPC 3 p 32; Holden ISQT 1 p 30. See 1/268b  (a copy?). See 1/11a An súisín bán. {Cg ~ 2x6:|: ~ 3665 1244}

4/85e    Adieu Adieu Thou faithless World — Cf OFPC 1 p 25. See 2/36c.  {Ca ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1151 3325}

4/86a  •  An Irish Air    1023  {3:4g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 113 663}

4/86b    An Páisdín Fionn [Paisdín?] — Cf OFPC 3 p 12; gnp p 134.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 17 32 37 75}

4/86c    A man’s a man for a’ that — Cf OFPC 3 p 10; Hamilton HUT 1 p 20; SMM 3 p 300.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1162 3155}

4/86d    Sally in our alley — Cf Henderson 1847 p 14. See 1/201b  (a copy?).  {3:4d ~ 16|| ~ 517 417}

4/86e    Pray Goody — Cf MS 7348 p 56; gnp p184; OFPC 4 p 111. Edin repos music 1 p 41. See 1/204b.  {Cg ~ 8||4||DC ~ 5542 3115}

4/86f    Peggy Bawn — Cf MS 7348 p 56; Moore no 10 1834 song 7 Song of Innisfail; OFNIM p 17; Henderson 1847 p 5.  {3:4d ~ 2x8|| ~ 137 143}

4/87a  •  Strathspey    1024  {Cd ~ 4:|:4 two cadences ||4 two cadences || ~ 5133 1555}

4/87b    The Yellow Haired Laddie — JG omits the first two notes in bar 6 of part 2 in copying. Cf Aird 6 p 45, no 116; OFPC 3 p 36; Edin repos music 1 p 13.  {3:4d ~ 2x8|| two cadences each part ~ 356 113}

4/87c    The Lasses of Dundee    1025 — Cf Howe’s 1,000 p 162. Near duplicate of 3/44d. See also 4/23c Reel.  {Cg ~ 4:|4 two cadences || ~ 1353 5453}

4/87d    Away away to the Mountains brow — Cf gnp p 152; Alexander Lee Away away.  {6:8g ~ 60||, bar 45 corrected? ~ 33 31}

4/88a    The Rose of Allandale — Cf Nelson & Jefferys; Howe Omnibus complete p 9.  {Cd ~ 24||  = 6x4 ~ 3311 2755}

4/88b    The Gipsy King — Comic opera song? Not the one composed by S. Nelson (see 4/88a).  {6:8d ~ 28||  = 4+4+2+4+4+2+4+4 ~ 12 11}

4/88c    Let us haste to Kelvin grove — Cf MS 7348 p 49, duet; Thomson 6 n p 30; Kerr 3 p 41.  {Cd ~ 4:|:6:|: ~ 3216 6221}

4/88d    The Lake of Killarney — Cf Edin repos music 1 p 86; OFPC 1 pp 36–37. See 4/84b.  {6:8g ~ | $ 8:|:12|| $ ~ 32 55}

4/88e  •  The Shoe Makers Frolic Cf Cameron p 7 Clydeside lasses; Ryan p 86. See 3/155b Scotch reel, also 4/65a The tartan plaid.  {Cf ~ 4 two cadences ||8|| ~ 3565 3535}

4/89a    Scotch Air — Cf Edin repos music 3 p 117.  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1133 2155}

4/89b    If thou wouldst have me sing & play — Cf Moore If thou wouldst.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:16||  = 3x8 ~ 35 51}

4/89c    Brides to Bed — See 1/52b, nearly identical.  {Cd ~ 4:|:8||  = 3x4 ~ 5113 7347}

4/89d    Johnny Cope — Cf Aird 2 p 19, no 52; OFPC 3 p 51. See 3/31a.  {2:4g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 1113 5117}

4/90a    Lullaby — Cf Storace; Riley 2 p 5c. See 1/203d.  {6:8d ~ 12|| ~ 56 55}

4/90b    The Berkshire Hunt — Cf Gow 2nd coll p 2 Perth-shire hunt; Surenne DMS p 62. See 2/164c The bridge of Perth.  {Cg ~ 2x8|| ~ 6313 1362}

4/90c  •  The Rail Road    1026 — Cf Ryan p 47 Paddy on the railroad; ONMI no 1509 The merry blacksmith. See copy at 1/37c. See also 3/111a The police jacket.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 1163 1163}

4/90d    Kate Kearney — Cf Light vol 2 no 5, p 2; OFPC 4 p 132. See 1/192b.  {6:8c ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 21}

4/90e–91    Chieftains ye are welcome — Non-traditional (operetta?). Flamboyant, alternating solo and chorus.  {2:4d ~ C16||16 two cadences :|4|| ~ 1351 6151}

4/91a    Widow Mahoney — Cf Hamilton HUT 2 p 9.  {6:8g ~ 20|| ~ 54 32}

4/91b    The Rising of the Lark — Cf Forde 300 NM 1 p 31 Codid yr hedydd; Hamilton HUT 1 p 98.  {2:4d ~ 12||12||  = 2x6+3x4 ~ 15 35 46 11 (4 bars)}

4/91c    Tho’ tis all but a dream at the best — Cf Moore National airs p 167.  {6:8d ~ 24|| ~ 57 55}

4/92a    The Braes of Aghteryre — Cf Aird 2 p 54, no 146. See 4/4a Strathspey (pencil fragment).  {Cd ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1133 1316}

4/92b  •  Drowsy Moggy    1027 — Cf ONMI no 1424 Sleepy Maggie. Now popularly known as ‘Jenny’s chickens’.  {Cd ~ 2x4:|: ~ 3331 3337}

4/92c  Lochiel’s March — Cf Lochiel sheet music (imprint) at JM 4229.  {6:8a ~ 6x8:|: ~ 56 53 56 52}

4/92d  •  Lochiels Quickstep    1028  {6:8a ~ 8:|:8||DC 11||DC ~ 32 43}

4/92e–93    The Return of the Admiral — Cf MS 7348 p 77; Clarke MS p 104, no 212 (p 99 of pdf).  {Cd ~ 20|| ~ 3515 7533}

4/93a    Come back to me — Non traditional. Cf Lover, Come back to me. {Cd ~ 24|| ~ 1176 5300}

4/93b    Kathleen ma Vourneen — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 16.  {3:4g ~ 5x8|| ~ 332 554}

4/93c    Ned of the Hill — Cf Lover, Ned of the hill.  {6:8g ~ 16|| = 4x4 ~ 51 35}

4/93d    Lassie would ye love me — Song by William Holder. Cf MS 7348 p 102; Grieg Minstrelsie 2 pp 226–27.  {2:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 13 53 25 32 (4 bars)}

4/94a    Sing Sing Music was given — Cf Moore no 9 1824 song 12; Surenne SI p 88.  {6:8g ~ 24||  = 3x8 ~ 13 23}

4/94b  •  Mo Nora a stór    1029  {3:4d ~ 16|| ~ 132 131}

4/94c    Mind not the day light around is breaking — Non-traditional. Words by Thomas Moore.  {3:8g ~ 16: ~ 533 355 (2 bars)}

4/94d    Molly Bawn — Cf Lover Molly Bawn.  {3:4d ~ 26||  = 6x4 +2 ~ 536 531}

4/94e–95    Kenmure’s on and awa — Duet, with instrumenal lower line. Cf Elias Howe HVWM, p 120; Kerr 1 p 32; Hamilton HUT 2 p 36 (all solo).  {6:8f ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 11 55 11 22}

4/95a    Rondo — Non-traditional.  {3:4 [read 3:8]c ~ 16:|:16:|:16|| [divide last bar in 2] ~ 555 427  111 113 (4 bars)}

4/95b    Lough sheelan — Cf Moore no 6 1815 song 8; Holden ISQT 2 p 9.  {3:4g ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 113 753}

4/95c    Moll Tierney — Cf gnp p 174; Hamilton HUT 1 p 18.  {6:8g ~ 2x14||14:|:  = 6x7 ~ 14 66}

4/96a    Mullowneys jigg — MS 7348 p 3. See 1/233 (independent copy of MS 7348?). {6:8d ~ 6x8:|: ~ 35 55}

4/96b    The Scotch Chieftain Duncan McQuinn — Little traditional interest. MS 7348 p 21. See 1/234a (a copy?).  {6:8g ~ 4x8:|: ~ 11 11 53 26}

4/96c    Which way [w corrected] did she go – Cia an bealach a deachaidh sí — MS 7348 p 21; cf Citizen 3, Jan 1841, tune no 1; P-S nos 1215–16.  {3:4g ~ 2x9||  = 2x(4+5) ~ 156 332}

4/96d–97    Jack Lattin — MS 7348 p 191. Common in print, often with multiple variations, e.g. McGibbon pp 110–111. See copy at 1/255a. Part 1: see 2/152c Jenny rock the cradle.  {2:4d ~ 7x8:|: ~ 1351 5331}

4/97a    The Unfortunate Rake — MS 7348 p 190. Cf Holden ISQT 2 p 9; ONMI no 735 Basket of turf (parts reversed). See copy at 2/50a.  {6:8g ~ 8||8:|: ~ 51 24 11 25}

4/97b    The Foggy Dew — MS 7348 p 171. Cf Surenne SI p 110. See copy at 1/235a.  {Cg ~ 8||16||  = 6x4 ~ 1131 6521}

4/97c    Paddys Resource — MS 7348 p 112. Cf Smith IM 34b Oh! Tell me what sound.  {6:8c ~ 16|| ~ 15 16 13 46}

4/97d    The Drummond Lasses — MS 7348 p 112. Cf ONDMI no 673; Riley 1 p 2 Duvil’s hornpipe; CRÉ 4 no 144 Ríl Leaicí [Lackey’s reel], parts reversed. See copy at 1/49b.  {Cg ~ 2x4:|: ~ 1353 1372}

4/98a    Sweet Portaferry  Plaintive — MS 7348 p 184. Cf B3 p 55.  {3:8d ~ 2x16|| ~ 3215 (4 bars)}

4/98b    ’Tis a pity I dont see my love  Distinctly — MS 7348 p 184. Cf B3 p 69.  {9:8g ~ 4 two cadences ||8|| ~ 326 116}

4/98c    Kitty Nowlan  Moderately — MS 7348 p 184. Cf B3 p 71.  {3:4d ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 131 655}

4/98d    Katty Quin — MS 7348 p 180. Cf B3 p 66. See copy at 1/238c.  {6:8g? ~ 2x8:|: ~ 14 54 55 62}

4/98e    Deirdre’s [1st r corrected] Lament for the Sons of Usneach  Moderately quick — MS 7348 p 180. Cf B3 p 1.  {3:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 156 111}

4/98f    Soft mild morning  animated — MS 7348 p 181. Cf B3 p 57.  {3:4d ~ 16|| ‘chorus’ 16|| ~ 453 342}

4/98g–99    The Red Man’s wife  Tenderly — MS 7348 p 181. Cf B3 p 63.  {3:4d ~ 10||10:|: ~ 132 112}

4/99a    Get up early — MS 7348 p 178. Cf B3 p 39.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 51 25}

4/99b    My Bonny Cuckoo — MS 7348 p 179. Cf B3 p 96. See 2/145a.  {6:8g ~ 12||  = 3x4 ~ 13 63}

4/99c    If I had a court & a castle — MS 7348 p 179. Cf B3 p 99.  {2:4c ~ 8:|:12:|:  = 5x4 ~ 22 44 42 66 (4 bars)}

4/99d    Charles McHugh – The wild boy — MS 7348 p 183. Cf B3 p 50.  {3:4 [read 3:8]d ~ 8||8:|:  = 4x4 ~ 5147 (4 bars)}

4/99e    O’Reilly’s Lamentation  slow & plaintive — MS 7348 p 179. Cf B3 p 106.  {3:4g ~ 12||  = 3x4 ~ 334 717}

4/99f    Sloan’s Lamentation  rather slow — MS 7348 p 179. Cf B3 p 87. {2:4g ~ 2x8|| ~ 75 13 51 11 (4 bars)}

4/100a    The Kilkenny tune  In marching time — Cf MS 7348 [p 178]; B3 p 108.  {Cc ~ 2x8:|:  = 4x4 ~ 3211 5113}

4/100b    The Pharroh, or War March — Cf MS 7348 [p 176]; B3 p 105.  {6:8g ~ 5x8:|: ~ 41 41}

4/100c    Sit down under my protection  Moderately quick — MS 7348 [p 176]. Cf B3 p 1. See 3/215a.  {3:4g ~ 12:|:20:|:  = 8+4 ~ 123 123}

4/100d    Young Bridget — MS 7348 p 177. Cf B3 p 82.  {3:4g ~ 24~ 142 11 [1?] [bar 4 has 4 beats]}

4/101a    The Deaf old Man — MS 7348 p 177. Cf B3 p 78.  {3:8d ~ 12||24||~ 435 114 (6 bars)}

4/101b    The Gentle Maiden  Very slow — MS 7348 p 177. Cf B3 p 108.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 17 56}

4/101c    Is it the Priest you want — MS 7348 p 175 Cf B3 p 86.  {6:8g ~ 2x8:|: ~ 6553}

4/101d    Give me your Hand – By Rory dall O’Cahan [all roman]  1603  Moderately  quick — Cf MS 7348 p 174; B3 p 46.  {6:8g ~ 26|| rhapsodic ~ 6161}

4/101e   Norah my Thousands [sic] treasures  Slow — MS 7348 p 173. Cf B3 p 24. See 3/221a Nora mo mhile stór.  {3:8d ~ 8||8:|:  = 4x2 4x2 ~ 445 334}

4/102a    Did you see the black Rogue — Cf MS 7348 [p 172]; B3 p 4.  {6:8a ~ 3x8:|: ~ 12 15}

4/102b    The Rose without Rue — MS 7348 [p 172]. Cf B3 p 12. See 3/204a.  {2:4g ~ 8||8||  = 4x4 ~ 5116 6153}

4/102c    The Cunning young Girl  plaintive — MS 7348 p 170. Cf B3 p18.  {2:4g ~ 14!| ~ 51 11 72 42 (4 bars)}

4/102d    Why should not poor folk — MS 7348 p 171. Cf B3 p 38.  {6:8d ~ 3x8|| 33 22}

4/102e    Brink of the White Rocks  Slow — Cf B3 p 22. See 4/36d.  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 51 31}

[End of batch of copyings from B3 (either directly or via NLI MS 7348 (gnp)]

4/103a    The Four leaved Shamrock – by Lover — MS 7348 p 103. Cf Lover Four-leafed shamrock.  {Cd ~ 15||  = 8+7 ~ 5451 1155}

4/103b    My Mother dear — MS 7348 p 111. Cf Lover My mother dear!  {Cd ~ 20:|:  = 5x4 ~ 3511 6654}

4/103c    The Land of the West — MS 7348 p 107 (duet, of which JG takes only the melody, plus 12 bars omitted by JG). Cf Lover Land of the West.  {6:8g ~12||  = 3x4 ~ 35 26}

4/103d   [Untitled] — piano [Mrs G]. Three lines, two parts, bracketed, both with chords. First bracket marked ‘5th (i.e. the 5th part of a quadrille).  {6:8eflat ~ 8||11||DC ~ 31 15}

4/104a–106    The Navarino Quadrilles. — piano [Mrs G]. Cf Dunois? (unavailable).  {1st 2:4bflat, 2nd 6:8bflat, 3rd to 5th 6:8eflat ~ 1st 8||fine 2x8||DC, 2nd 8|:8:|DC, 3rd 16[bar 8 fine]||8||, 4th 8 fine||16||, 5th 8:|fine 8||DC 3 Times ~ 1st 1151, 2nd & 3rd 1653, 4th 13 53, 5th 33 33}

4/106a–109    Ethiopian Quadrilles — piano [Mrs G]. Five parts labelled  1 - ; 2 L’été; 3 La Poule; 4 La Trenise; 4 La Finale.  {1st  2:4g, 2nd 2:4c, 3rd 6:8g, 4th [{2:4]aflat, 5th 2:4c ~ 1st 8||fine 3x8||DC, 2nd & 4th 8||fine 16||, 3rd 8||fine 3x8|| DC, 5th 16|| ‘1st and 2nd figures’ 16|| $~ 1st: 34 63, 2nd: 13 26, 3rd: 51 76, 4th: 11 33 42 62 (4 bars), 5th: 11 26}

4/110a    The Highland Minstrel boy — MS 7348 p 105; cf Kerr 3 no 8.  {Cd ~ 12||  = 3x4 ~ 3565 6271}

4/110b    Jessie – by S. Lover — MS 7348 p 96. Cf Lover Sweet Jessie. {6:8g ~ 16| = 4x4 ~ 31 35}

4/110c    The hard Hearted Maiden  slow — MS 7348 p 110. Cf Citizen 4, November 1841, tune no 37. Part one lacks a bar.  {3:4g ~ 11|12|  = 6+5+6+6 ~ 123 517}

4/110d    I can if I choose – The Savage loves &c — MS 7348 p 36. Cf Citizen 4, November 1841, tune no 36.  {2:4g ~ 2x8||~ 17 15 63 26 (4 bars)}

4/110e    Is gentle Mary dead?  with expression — MS 7348 p 34. Cf Citizen 4, September 1841, tune no 30.  {3:4d ~ 2 x 10  = 4 x 5 ~ 653 667}

4/110f  “The death of my friends is what grieves me”  Slow — MS 7348 p 32. Cf Citizen 4, October 1841, tune no 32.  {2:4g ~ 7|7|  = 4+3 4+3 ~ 23 66 32 15 (4 bars)}

4/111a    Ye banks and braes — piano [Mrs G]. Lower line very simple (perhaps her own arrangement).  {6:8c ~ 2x8|$ 8|DC ~ 12 32}

4/111b    Maiden wander with me — MS 7348 p 34. Cf Citizen 4, December 1841, tune no 42.  {Cg ~ 2x8| ~ 1111 2216}

4/111c    The deceitful Stranger — MS 7348 p 35. Cf Citizen 4, December 1841, tunes nos 40 & 41.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| 51 36}

4/111d    There’s a hole in my breeches — Cf Citizen 4, September 1841, tune no 29.  {6:8g ~ 16|  = 4x4 ~ 15 32}

4/112a–114    The Artillery Quadrilles — piano [Mrs G]. At the end of the item elegantly, in the same hand, ‘Crioc’. Cf Gormley Artillery quadrilles (JM 4902){1st 2:4eflat, 2nd, 4th, 5th  2:4bflat, 3rd 6:8bflat  ~ 1) 8:|8||DC, 2–5) 3x8||DC [3,4 & 5 add DC after part 2, 5 adds $ after parts 2–3] ~ 1st 54 55, 2nd 51 55, 3rd 13 51, 4th 31 15, 5th 32 15)

4/114a    John McDermott  allegro — MS 7348 p 32. Cf Citizen, vol 4, October 1841, tune no 34.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8| ~ 6262 5153}

4/114b    An Bruach grianach .i. The Sunny Rock  slow — MS 7348 p 32. Cf Citizen 4, October 1841, tune no 33.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| 16 67}

4/114c    My Heart is Heavy – Ta mo chroidhe trom — MS 7348 p 30. Cf Citizen 4, August 1841, tune no 26.  {Cg |2x8|| ~ 5631 6632}

4/114d    She is a lovely girl – Is breagh an Cailín í — MS 7348 p 30. Cf Citizen 4, August 1841, tune no 25.  {3:4d ~ 4x6|| ~ 511 312}

4/115    Rousseau’s Dream — MS 7348 pp 62–3. Cf Cramer.  {Cg ~ 68 bars: |$4:|:4||$4:|:8||4:|4||4||4:|4||4||4:|4||4||4:|4||4|| ~ 3311 2231}

4/116a    Prince Alberts March — MS 7348 p 31. Non-traditional {Cd ~ 4x8:|: in bar 19: erroneous barline deleted by JG ~ 5315 3311}

4/116b    The standard of Ireland — MS 7348 p 29. Cf Citizen 4, July 1841, tune no 23 (chorus).  {3:4c ~ 5x8|| part 5  ‘chorus’  ~ 135 112}

4/116c    Molly St George – by T.Connellan — MS 7348 p 28. Cf Citizen 3, June 1841, tune no 19.  {3:4g ~ 2x16||  = 8x4 ~ 116 564}

4/117a    The Song of the Streams — MS 7348 p 28. Cf Citizen 3, June 1841, tune no 18.  {2:4g ~ 2x9||  = 2x(5+4) ~ 57 16 15 32 (4 bars)}

4/117b    The joy of the Maidens — MS 7348 p 28 Cf Citizen 3, June 1841, tune no 20.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 16 61}

4/117c    Irish Dance MS 7348 p 29. Cf  Cf Citizen 4, July 1841, tune no 24.  {6:8d ~ |$ 8:|: Fine 8:|:8|| $ DC ~ 36 55}

4/117d    The Wearing of the Green  Rather slow — MS 7348 p 26. Cf Citizen 1, May 1841, tune no 14.  {2:4d ~ 16|| ~ 41 35 41 11 (4 bars)}

4/117e    Paddy McRory  allegretto — MS 7348 p 26. Cf Citizen 3, May 1841, tune no 15.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 35 16}

4/117f    The little Field of Barley .i. An goirtín éorna [sic] — MS 7348 p 24. Cf Citizen 3, April 1841, tune no 10.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 11 65}

4/118–20  Sturm Marsch Galop [shadow effect] — piano, Mrs G. At end, in Mrs G’s hand, ‘Ventry Sep 14th – 1852’ — Cf Bilse Sturm marsch.  {2:4f (bars 1 to  48), 2:4bflat (bars 49 to 93) ~ 8|: $ 40:|Trio 29 Hur-rah||16||DC ~ 55 51 56 55 (4 bars) [Prologue & beginning]}

4/120    Sugradh ann [n blotted/ deleted?] gach uile áit. Diversion every where [JG introduces gaelic alphabet & abbreviations] — MS 7348 p 24. Cf Citizen 3, April 1841, tune no 11. — See different setting at 1/93b The coughing old man.  {6:8d ~ 2x8|| ~ 1315  15 62}

4/121a    Ivorys Hornpipe    1030 — MS 7348 p 16. See 1/61c The jockeys hornpipe (part 1).  Cf Ashman p 44 Trumpet; ONMI nos 1585, 1586 The trumpet hornpipe.  {Cg ~ 2x8:|: ~ 1111 3313}

4/121b    Miss Johnsons Reel — MS 7348 p 17. Cf Ryan p 8. See 1/43b, 2/162b, 3/65a.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 3553 5132}

4/121c    The Duchess’s slipper — MS 7348 p 17. Cf Aird 4 p 57, no 151; Edin repos music 2 p 58. See copy at 1/243c.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 5353 5362}

4/121d    Irish air — MS 7348 p 22 Name unknown. Cf Citizen 3, 1841, tune no 3 For the violin. Name unknown.  {6:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 11 27}

4/121e    Fuaim na dtonn – The sound of the waves  Slow — MS 7348 p 22. Cf Citizen 3, Feb 1841, tune no 4.  {2:4c ~ 2x8|| ~ 33 55 11 54 (4 bars)}

4/121f    Bhfearr liom bheith marbh. I had rather be dead — MS 7348 p 23. Cf Citizen 3, March 1841, tune no 8.  {3:4g ~ 12||12|| = 4x6 ~ 332 116 (or 332 116)}

4/122    Carolan’s Airs [Heading, underlined. These extend from pp 122a–149a. They are each numbered in the margin, 1. 2. 3, etc.: indicated below as [Car] 1, [Car] 2, etc. before the title]

4/122a   [Car] 1    Planxty Maguire — Cf gnp p 173; B1 p 35; ONMI no 695.  {Cd ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 3151 3556}

4/122b   [Car] 2    Planxty Peyton    1031 — Cf gnp p 165; B3 p 97; ONMI no 680.  {6:8f ~ 2x12:|:  = 3x4 ~ 41 77}

4/122c   [Car] 3    Bumper Squire Jones — Cf gnp p 172; Dublin University Magazine January 1841.  {6:8d ~ 7:|:8:|: ~ 31 34}

4/122d   [Car] 3   [Bumper Squire Jones] Another setting — Cf OFNIM p 19.  {d ~ 7:|:8:|: ~ 3134}

4/122e–123   [Car] 4    Planxty Reilly — Cf gnp p 168; DOS no 140 (from JG)). See copy (?) at 3/133a.  {6:8c ~ 12:|:12||8:|:8:|: ~ 17 34}

4/123a   [Car] 5    Planxty O’Rourke — Cf gnp pp 172–73; Lee Carolan 1a Ple raca na Rourkaugh, B2 p 47. See 3/210b  (a copy?).  {6:8g ~ 12 two cadences ||12!| ~ 15 44}

4/123b   [Car] 6    Planxty Judge  — Cf gnp pp 174–75; B1 p 47; DOS no 67. See 3/210b  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8||8|| ~ 71 13 31 14}

4/123c   [Car] 7    Farewell to Music   slow — Cf Walker 2 no 16; OFNIM p 26.  {Cf ~ 8:|:13:|:  = 4x4+5 ~ 1132 2475}

4/124a   [Car] 8    Receipt for drinking    1032 — Cf Walker 2 no 18 (last 16 bars). See 1/84b.  {Cg ~ 8:|:32:|: ~ 5342 6111}

4/124b   [Car] 9    O’Moore’s Fair Daughter    1033 — Cf Joyce OIFMS p 298 Seabhac na h-Eirne: The hawk of Ballyshannon; DOS no 134.  {Cc ~ 16:|:16:|:  = 4+6+6 / +4+4+8 ~ 1134 5111}

4/124c  •  [Car] 10    Planxty Drury    1034 — Cf Lee Carolan p 22; DOS no 43.  {6:8g ~ 8||8:| ~ 51 44}

4/125a   [Car] 10   [Planxty Drury] An other setting — Cf Crosby Irish pp 239–44; B1 p 6. See 3/213a.  {6:8d ~ 16:|:20!|!  = 12+4+12+4+4 ~ 11 53}

4/125b   [Car] 11    Young Terence McDonough  Slow — Cf Surenne SI pp 50–51.  {3:4g ~ 16:|:16|| ~ 512 111}

4/125c   [Car]  12    Im asleep and dont awake me — At end of tune, ‘This air differs considerably from Táimsi am chodla etc as sung by the peasantry or played by pipers. I am of opinion that the other is the original version & that Carolan did not compose but harmonise it. J.G.’ Cf Amateurs companion p 50; Lynch p 67; Surenne SI p 156.  {3:4g ~ 8||2x16|| ~ 611 113}

4/126a   [Car] 13    Connor O’Reilly    1035 — See 4/228d, 4/228e.  {Cg ~ 15:|:16::  = 4+4+7?+4x4 ~ 5133 5117}

4/126b   [Car] 14    Catherine Ogie    1036 — Cf Orph Caled 1 p 44, no 22; Hime’s pocket book 1 p 42; Amateurs companion pp 26–27.  {Cc ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 5111 3212}

4/126c   [Car] 15    Planxty Sudley — Cf B2 p 68. See 3/210a.  {Cc ~ 32||  = 4x8 ~ 1113 5557}

4/126e–127   [Car] 16    Concerto — Cf OFPC 1 p16 (copying error by JG with added half bar and misplaced barlines).  {2:4d ~ 16:|:16|| ~ 1117 5435}

4/127a   [Car] 17    Port Gordon — Cf OFPC 1 pp 50–51.  {Cg ~ 16:|:16||  = 8x4 ~ 1132 2253}

4/127b   [Car] 18    Devotion — Cf OFPC 1 pp 52–53.  {3:4c ~ 8:|:24||  = 4x8 ~ 321 751}

4/127c   [Car] 19    Grace Nugent    1037 — Cf B1 p 31.  {Cd ~ 8:|:16||  = 6x4 ~ 1135 3151}

4/128a   [Car] 20    Planxty O’Connor    1038 — Cf Lee Carolan pp 9–10 Dennis O’Connor (DOS no 122).  {6:8d ~ 11:|:18|| ~ 37 35}

4/128b   [Car] 21    Planxty O’Neill — MS 7348 p 26. Cf Lee Carolan pp 4–5 Mrs O’Neill (DOS no 136).  {Cg ~ 13||11|| ~ 5133 6317}

4/128c   [Car] 22    John Kelly — MS 7348 p 27. Cf Lee Carolan p 1.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 11 72}

4/128d   [Car] 23    Conor O’Reilly of Clounish — MS 7348 p 28. Cf Citizen 3, June 1841, tune no 21. See 4/126a.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 51 54}

4/128e–129   [Car] 24    Connor [sic] O Reilly — MS 7348 p 33. Cf Citizen 4, September 1841, tune no 31. See 4/126a.  {6:8g ~ 4:|:8|| ~ 51 54}

4/129a   [Car] 25    Rambles to Teague [sic] — MS 7348 p 38. Cf Mullhollan SIST p 38a; DubMMag February 1842, tune no 5.  {3:4g ~ 16||16||4||11||14|| ~ 111 334}

4/129b   [Car] 26    O Reilly of Athcarne — MS 7348 [p 42]. Cf DubMMag May 1842, tune no 16; DOS no 138, from JG. 171b is a copy. See 4/18c The lads that thresh the barley.  {Cd ~ 8:|:12:|: ~ 5133 4465}

4/129c   [Car] 27    John Nugent of Coolamber — MS 7348 p 44. Cf Lee Carolan p 7 (DOS no 107).  {6:8g ~ 3x8:|: ~ 61 15}

4/130–31    The Olga Waltz — Piano, Mrs G, 2 staves. Cf Densari “Olga”.  {3:4f ~ 16||16||17(1+16)||1||16|| ~ 511 334}

4/131a    Kittys Rambles to Youghal    1039 — Cf gnp p 131; Howe Omnibus p 45 Lady’s triumph or Katy’s rambles. See 4/80d.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 36 13}

4/131b    Jackson’s Lake — Cf Jackson JCIT p 6 Jackson over the water; OFNIM p 35. See 2/166a.  {6:8f ~ 9:|:8:|: ~ 77 11}

4/131c    McDonnell’s Rant — Cf OFNIM p 23. See 3/21a The cuckold old man (part 1).  {9:8g ~ 4:|:4:|: ~ 311 312}

4/131d    The Waterford HornpipeOFNIM p 24. See near copy 1/60b Dwyer’s.  {Cg ~ 3x8:|: ~ 3112 7555}

4/132a   [Car] 28    Planxty Johnson — Solo. MS 7348 p 94, duet. Cf Moore no 3 [1810] tune 3.  {d ~ 12||16|| ~ 1153}

4/132b   [Car] 29    George Reynolds — MS 7348 p 103. Cf Lee Carolan p 8 (DOS no 157).  {6:8d ~ 8||8:|: ~ 11 35}

4/132c   [Car] 30    The O’Connor — MS 7348 p 131. Cf Lee Carolan p 9 (DOS no 115 Maurice O’Connor).  {6:8g ~ 8 two cadences ||2x8|| ~ 31 46}

4/132d   [Car] 31    Air    1040 — MS 7348 p143.  {Cd ~ 16:|:16:|:  = 4x8 ~ 3255 6551}

4/133a   [Car] 32    Planxty McDermott — MS 7348 p 143. Cf Lee Carolan p 5 Mrs McDermot (DOS no 81); Mulholland AIA 1 p 4.  {Cg ~ 15||11|| ~ 1556 1556}

4/133b   [Car] 33    Planxty Crofton — MS 7348 p 144. Cf Lee Carolan p 26 Sir Edward Crofton (DOS no 22).  {6:8g ~ 9||6||16|| ~ 11 51}

4/133c   [Car] 34    Planxty McDermott Roe — MS 7348 p 144. Cf Lee Carolan p 23 Mr Edmond McDermot Roe (DOS no 85).  {6:8g ~ 16||12|| ~ 33 11}

4/133d   [Car] 35    Planxty Daly — MS 7348 p 145. Cf Lee Carolan p 13 James Daly (DOS no 31).  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 61 24}

4/134a   [Car] 36    Planxty Mervyn — MS 7348 p 145. Cf Lee Carolan p 25 Mervyn Spratt Esq. (DOS no 156).  {6:8c ~ 12||8||s ~ 16 55}

4/134b   [Car] 37    Planxty Sterling — MS 7348 p 145. Cf Lee Carolan p 13 Mrs Sterling.  {Cc ~ 13||13|| ~ 1172 1514}

4/134c   [Car] 38    Planxty Burke — MS 7348 p 146. Cf Lee Carolan p 27; Hibernian muse p 63 (DOS no 14).  {6:8g ~ 3x8|| ~ 26 45}

4/134d   [Car] 39    Mr Jas Crofton — MS 7348 p 146. Cf Lee Carolan p 26 (DOS no 23).  {Cc ~ 8||16|| ~ 4311 3311}

4/135a   [Car] 40    Mr Patk Kelly — MS 7348 p 146. Cf Lee Carolan p 22 (DOS no 74).  {6:8c ~ 10||8|| ~ 15 42}

4/135b   [Car]  41    James Betagh — MS 7348 p 147. Cf Lee Carolan p 24 (DOS no 4).  {Cc ~ 18||16|| ~ 1542 1357}

4/135c   [Car] 42    Maurice O’Connor — MS 7348 p 147. Cf Lee Carolan p 22; Hibernian muse p 27 (DOS no 117).  {Cc ~ 2x16|| ~ 1111 3333}

4/135d   [Car] 43    Chas O’Connor — MS 7348 p 149. Cf Lee Carolan p 2; Mulholland AIA 1 p 21 (DOS no 125).  {6:8g ~ 8||12|| ~ 11 63}

4/136a   [Car] 44    Doctor Delany — MS 7348 [p 148]. Cf Lee Carolan pp 23–24; Hibernian muse p 20 (DOS no 32).  {Cc ~ 8||10||16|| ~ 4443 3311}

4/136b   [Car] 45    Lord Louth — MS 7348 p 148. Cf Lee Carolan p 20; Hibernian muse p 20 (DOS no 77).  {6:8c ~ 8 two cadences ||15|| ~ 61 73}

4/136c   [Car] 46    Miss Murphy — MS 7348 p 149. Cf Lee Carolan pp 18–19.  {Cc ~ 8||12|| ~ 3525 1575}

4/136d–137   [Car] 47    Col. Manus O’Donnell — MS 7348 p 149. Cf Lee Carolan p 19 (DOS no 126).  {6:8c ~ 18||16|| ~ 23 11}

4/137a   [Car] 48    Lady Dillon — MS 7348 p 150. Cf Lee Carolan p 16 Young Lady Dillon.  {Cc ~ 8:|:9:|:10|| ~ 16 11 3111}

4/137b   [Car] 49    Michl O’Connor  slow — MS 7348 p 150. Cf Lee Carolan p 16 (DOS no 121).  {Cg ~ 12:|:16|| ~ 1134 6427}

4/137c   [Car] 50   Lord Dillon — MS 7348 p 151. Cf Lee Carolan p 16 (DOS no 34).  {Cg ~ 16:|:18|| ~ 1176 5353}

4/137d   [Car] 51    A Jigg — MS 7348 p 154. Cf Lee Carolan pp 5–6 (DOS no 57 Jig to Captain Higgins).  {6:8g ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 31 34}

4/138a   [Car] 52    Doctor O’Connor — MS 7348 p 151. Cf Lee Carolan p 14 (DOS no 119).  {6:8c ~ 16||16|| ~ 11 11 33 33}

4/138b  [Car] 53    Mrs Garvey — MS 7348 p 152. Cf Lee Carolan p 14 (DOS no 49).  {3:4c ~ 36|| ~ 135 327}

4/138c   [Car] 54    Madam Cole — MS 7348 p 152. Cf Lee Carolan p 12. {Cc ~ 16||16|| ~ 3355 6651}

4/138d–139   [Car] 55    Mr Nugent — MS 7348 p 153. Cf Lee Carolan p 10 (DOS no 108 Mrs Nugent).  {Cg ~ 18||19|| ~ 1534 4275}

4/139a   [Car] 56    Mrs Crofton — MS 7348 p 153. Cf Lee Carolan pp 8–9.  {Cg ~ 16:|:12|| ~ 1264 6454}

4/139b   [Car] 57    Mrs Costelloe — MS 7348 p 154. Cf Lee Carolan pp 11–12.  {Cd ~ 7||15|| ~ 5525 5744}

4/139c   [Car] 58    Mrs O’Connor — MS 7348 p 154. Cf Lee Carolan p 6. {Cg ~ 12||13  = 8+5|| ~ 1234 5564}

4/139d   [Car] 59    Counsellor Dillon — MS 7348 p 156. Cf Lee Carolan p 21; DOS no 38.  {6:8c ~ 6:|:6|| ~ 21 65}

4/140a   [Car] 60    Planxty Ward — MS 7348 p 155. Cf Lee Carolan p 6–7 Mr William Ward; DOS no 167.  {6:8d ~ 8||16|| ~ 62 35}

4/140b   [Car] 60    Captn Higgins — MS 7348 p 155. Cf Lee Carolan pp 5–6; DOS no 57.  {Cg ~ 8||13|| ~ 1645 3421}

4/140c   [Car] 62    Mrs Edwards — MS 7348 p 156. Cf Lee Carolan pp 3–4.  {Cg ~ 12||12|| ~ 1115 1132}

4/140d   [Car] 63    Major Shanly — MS 7348 p 156. Cf Lee Carolan p 3.  {Cd ~ 8||18|| ~ 5111 7565}

4/141a   [Car] 64    Mr Moore — MS 7348 p 157. Cf Lee Carolan pp 2–3 John Moore (DOS no 103).  {Cc ~ 8||16|| ~ 1641 4617}

4/141b   [Car] 65    Jigg — MS 7348 p 157. Cf Lee Carolan p 3, after John Moore (DOS, jig part of no 103 John Moore).  {6:8c ~ 2x8|| ~ 16 53}

4/141c   [Car] 66    Honble Thos Burke — MS 7348 p 157. Cf Lee Carolan pp 13–14.  {Cg ~ 9  = 8+1||12|| ~ 5177 5557}

4/141d   [Car] 67    Planxty Power — MS 7348 p 159. Cf Lee Carolan p 8 David Poer Esq. (DOS no 153).  {Cg ~ 11|15|| ~ 1115 1324}

4/142a   [Car] 68    Mr Waller — MS 7348 p 158. Cf Lee Carolan p 2 (DOS no 165).  {3:4g ~ 23||23|| ~ 121 122}

4/142b   [Car] 69    Mrs Trench — MS 7348 [p 158]. Cf Lee Carolan p 7  {6:8c [read key f] ~ | 8:|8|| ~51 42}

4/142c   [Car] 70    Madam Maxwell — MS 7348 p 159. Cf Lee Carolan p 13.  {Cg [read key c?] ~ 8||16|| ~ 5651 3551 4/142d   [Car] 71    Young O’Connor — MS 7348 p 158. Cf Lee Carolan p 25; Mulholland AIA 1 p 30.  {6:8g [read key c] ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 11 21}

4/143a   [Car] 72    Mrs O Donnell — MS 7348 p 160. Cf Lee Carolan p 15.  {Cg ~ 15||15|| ~ 1134 5117}

4/143b   [Car] 73    Mrs Harwood — MS 7348 p 160. Cf Lee Carolan p 18 (DOS no 54).  {6:8c ~ 16||12|| ~ 13 35}

4/143c   [Car] 74    Mrs O’Connor of Ballinagar — MS 7348 p 161. Cf Lee Carolan p 19b.  {Cg ~ 9||12||  = 8+1+8+4 ~ 5112 7435}

4/143d   [Car] 75    A jigg — MS 7348 p 161. Cf Lee Carolan p 24, after Mr James Betagh (DOS, jig part of no 4 James Betagh).  {6:8g ~ 16||16|| ~ 31 24}

4/144a   [Car] 76    A Jigg — MS 7348 p 162. Cf Lee Carolan p 17, after Young Lady Dillon; DOS, jig part of no 35 Lady Dillon. {6:8c ~ 16|| ~ 55 17}

4/144b   [Car] 77    Mrs [or Mr?] Garvey — MS 7348 p 162. Cf Lee Carolan p 15 Mrs Garvey (DOS no 50).  {Cc ~ 13||20|| ~ 1353 3266}

4/144c   [Car] 78    Harry McDermott Roe — MS 7348 p 162. Cf Lee Carolan p 15 (DOS no 80).  {Cc ~ 8||7|| ~ 5415 3616}

4/144d   [Car] 79    Carolans Maggot — MS 7348 p 163. Cf Lee Carolan p 21 (DOS no 189).  {Cg ~ 4||4||6|| ~ 5611 1116}

4/144e–145   [Car] 80    Colonel Irwin — MS 7348 p 163. Cf Lee Carolan p 21 (DOS no 60).  {Cc ~ 9  = 8+1||8|| ~ 1565 2724}

4/145a   [Car] 81    Miss Noble — MS 7348 p 164. Cf Lee Carolan p 23 (DOS no 106).  {6:8c ~ 12||11||  = 8+4+8+3 ~ 52 77}

4/145b   [Car] 82    Elevation — MS 7348 p 164. Cf Lee Carolan p 17 (DOS no 194).  {Cg bars (1 to 15) 3:4g (bars 16 to 46) ~ 11||4| [|]31|| ~ 1211 3117}

4/145c   [Car] 83    The good Bishop of Clogher — MS 7348 p 165. Cf Lee Carolan p 17b (DOS no 89).  {6:8c ~ 8:|:15|| ~ 31 15}

4/146a   [Car] 84    Carolans Frolick — MS 7348 p 163. Cf Lee Carolan p 27.  {6:8g ~ 8:|:16:|: ~ 51 13}

4/146b   [Car] 85    Bryan McGuire — MS 7348 p 166. Cf Lee Carolan p 5 (DOS no 95).  {Cg ~ 23|| ~ 5116 175 4}

4/146c   [Car] 86    Loftus Jones — MS 7348 p 166. Cf Lee Carolan p 11.  {Cc [read key f] ~ 17||24  = 3x8|| ~ 1176 5435}

4/146d–147   [Car] 87    Lady Blaney    1041 — MS 7348 p 169.  {2:4g ~ 16||24|| ~ 5643 2115 (2 bars) or 54 21 64 35 (4 bars)}

4/147a   [Car] 88    Sir Festus Burke — MS 7348 p 170. Cf B3 p 34. See 3/213b.  {2:4d ~ 26  = 8+18||18|| ~ 11 31 56 42 (4 bars)}

4/147b   [Car] 89    Planxty Hugh O Donnell — MS 7348 p 175. Cf B3 p 47.  {6:8c ~ 16||16!|! ~ 51 72}

4/148a   [Car] 90    Planxty Coote — MS 7348 p 173. Cf B3 p 26 Planxty Charles Coote. See 3/212b.  {Cc ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 3525 4235}

4/148b   [Car] 91    Young James Plunket — MS 7348 p 173. Cf B3 p 26.  {Cg ~ 16|| ~ 1111 6633}

4/148c   [Car] 92    Fanny Power — MS 7348 p 174 (duplicates bar 3 and later deletes it: JG retains the duplication). Cf B3 p 49. See 3/211b.  {6:8d [read a?] ~ [8]:|:8|| ~ 11 42}

4/148d   [Car] 93    The Princess Royal — MS 7348 p 182. Cf B3 p35.  {2:4]c ~ 8||12:|: ~ 3215 3215}

4/148e   [Car] 94    Planxty Miss Burke — MS 7348 p 183. Cf B3 p 43.  {6:8d ~ 8!|8|| ~ 11 72}

4/148f   [Car] 95    Emon Dowdall  con spirito — MS 7348 p 185. Cf B3 p 77.  {Cf ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 5525 7531}

4/149a   [Car]    Doctor John Hart — MS 7348 p 186. Cf B3 p 23.  {3:4a ~ 16||16|| ~ 535 531}

4/149   [Heading]  Ceolta Cearbhalláin go Duige seo — Large script [end of  batch of Carolan tunes] 4/149b    West’s Hornpipe — MS 7348 p 2. Cf Kerr’s Caledonian p 25; Cameron p 42.  {Cd ~ 8||8|| two cadences each part ~ 1355 1355}

4/149c    Miss Carroll’s Hornpipe — MS 7348 p 2. Cf OFNIM p 51.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 1362 3116}

4/149d    I will neither spin tow nor flax  allegro con spirito — MS 7348 p 125. Cf DubMMag July 1842, tune no 23.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:4:|: ~ 325 514}

4/149e    The Hurlers March  molto vivace — MS 7348 p 125. Cf DubMMag July 1842, tune no 24; P-S no 990.  {6:8c ~ 8:|:8|| two cadences each part ~ 67 65}

4/150a    Hornpipe — MS 7348 p 13. Near duplicate of 1/243a. See 3/25a Miss Brown’s hornpipe.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 1551 2752}

4/150b    Grand March in Bluebeard — MS 7348 p 13; cf Shaw For the gentlemen16; Hamilton HUT 1 p 98.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 5532 1122}

4/150c    Wraggs Foot March — MS 7348 p 31.  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 1155 1135}

4/150d    Sean bhean bhochd [bochd?]— After the first part: ‘The second part to be repeated in chorus Thus’ [all of first part with limited variation. After the second part: ‘This following part addes when played as a Quadrille’. MS 7348 [p 123]. Cf DubMag March 1843, tune no 12.  {2:4a ~ 1st part 8||8||; 2nd part 8||8||; 3rd part 16|| ~ 1st part 33 53 21 2 5 (4 bars); 2nd part 33 63 21 25; 3rd part 17 73 17 63}

4/150e    Did you not see him — MS 7348 p 123. Cf DubMag March 1843, tune no 11.  {3:4g ~ 8||8:|: ~ 112 445}

4/151a    I will not be deceived again  Larghetto agitato — MS 7348 p 125. Cf DubMMag July 1842, tune no 21.  {3:4g ~ 24||  = 3x8 ~ 367 224}

4/151b    Maguire’s Lamentation  mournfully not slow — MS 7348 p 183. Cf B3 pp 28–29.  {3:4d [read g] ~ 8||8!|! ~ 513 312}

4/151c    The Wheelwright  Distinctly & briskly — MS 7348 p 183. Cf B3 p 28; Surenne SI pp 136–37. See 3/27c  (a copy?).  {2:4d ~ 8||12||  = 5x4 ~ 13 53 32 62 (4 bars)}

4/151d    I do not Incline — MS 7348 p 175. Cf B3 p 65; Surenne SI p 30.  {6:8g ~ 2x8|| ~ 51 32}

4/151e    Celia Connallon  By Tom Connallon 1650  Slow [L marg] — MS 7348 p 185. Cf B3 p 91.  {2:4d ~ 8|!8!| ~ 36 34 22 25 (4 bars)}

4/151f    Dandy Jim — By Dan Emmett (the originator of black-face minstrel shows in the USA). MS 7348 p 188. Cf Ethiopian songs 108; Davidson’s universal melodist 1 p 43.  {2:4c ~ 16||  = 4x4 ~ 16 35 16 31 (4 bars)}

4/152a    Lucy Neal  Andante — MS 7348 p 188. Cf Ethiopian songs 108 pp 2–3.  {2:4c ~ 24|| = 4x4 +8 ~ 11 11 11 62 (4 bars)}

4/152b    Lilly Baker — MS 7348 p 188. Cf Ethiopian songs 2nd series pp 1–3.  {2:4g ~ 8||8|| ‘chorus’ 8|| ~ 11 33 11 22 (4 bars)}

4/152c    Charmin’ Isabel — MS 7348 p 188. Cf Ethiopian songs 2nd series pp 4–6.  {2:4g ~ 8||8 ‘chorus’ || ~ 34 51 32 32 (4 bars)}

4/152d    “Who dat knockin’ at de Door”, — MS 7348 p 189. Cf Ethiopian songs 2nd series pp 6–7.  {2:4g ~ 21|| ~ 54 52 54 13 (4 bars)}

4/152e    Cloe’s to be my wife — MS 7348 p 189. Cf Ethiopian songs 2nd series, p 9.  {6:8g ~ 12|:4|| ~ 56 53 42 15}

4/152f    Murphy’s Weather eye — MS 7348 p 189. Cf Alexander Flowers p 65.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8|: ~ 32 16}

4/153a    Rory O’More — Piano, Mrs G. Three double staves. Cf Lover Rory O’More; Surenne SI p 149.  {6:8 [f] ~ 16+half||DC ~ 52 57}

4/153b    Jim Browne    1042 — MS 7348 p 189.  Minstrel song in the style of ‘Old Zip Coon’ or ‘Turkey in the straw’. Cf Ryan p 44 Old Zip Coon (part 1). See 4/158e.  {2:4c ~ 8||8|| ~ 11 55 34 22 (4 bars) or 1113 5551 (2 bars)}

4/153c    Boatman Dance — Has been attributed to Dan Emmett (the originator of black-face minstrel shows in the USA). MS 7348 p 190. Cf Russell Dance boatman.  {2:4d ~ 23|| ~ 65 65 65 53 (4 bars)}

4/153d    Ole Rosin de Bow    1043 — Widely popular folk and minstrel song in USA and elsewhere. MS 7348 p 190. Cf Kerr 1 p 29.  {6:8g ~ 2x8| ~ 13 35 51 6 6}

4/154a    Sir Roger De Coverly — Piano, Mrs G, two double-staff lines joined by curly brackets. See 1/80c.  {9:8g ~ 4:|:4:| ~ 115 227}

4/154b  •  The Fox-hunters Jig    1044 — Piano, Mrs G, four double-staff lines joined by straight lines. See 1/257b.  {9:8]g ~ 4x4:|:8||DC ~ 334 332}

4/155a    St Clairs Hornpipe    1045 — MS 7348 p 190.  {Cg ~ 8!|!8:|: ~ 1577 6151}

4/155b    The Irishman    1046 — MS 7348 p 191.  {Cd ~ 8||8|| ~ 5553 1115}

4/155c    Paddy Whack — MS 7348 p 192. Parts 1, 4 & 5: cf OFPC 1 pp 26–27 (parts 1, 3 & 4); parts 1–2: cf Edin repos music 3 p 35. See 3/73b The pig under the pot.  {6:8g ~ 8||4x8:|: ~ 11 63 16 75}

[End of copying from NLI 7348]

4/155d    The Cossack March — Cf Ganter Cossack’s march.  {Cd ~ 16  = 8+$8||Fine 8||$ ~ 1115 2221}

4/156a    The 4th Dragoon Guards March — Cf Hull p 3 Grand slow march; Ashman p 3. See 1/173a (more dotted version) which is closer to JM 4131.  {Cg (bars 1–16) d (bars 17–32)?  [illegible]~ 4x8:|: ~ 1113 5114}

4/156b    The Grand Scotch March — Cf Howe Omnibus complete p 117, Hamilton HUT 1 p 142.  {Cd ~ 4x8:|: ~ 1151 5551}

4/156c–157    Duke of Wurtemburgh’s March — Non-traditional.  {Cd [d major but parts 3–4 b minor] ~ 2x8:|:‘Minore’8:|:8||DC ~ 1113 5553}

4/157a    King of Prussia’s March — Non-traditional. Cf PON MS /5, no 11 Prussias march.  {Cd ~ 8:|:12:|: ~ 5554 3332}

4/157b    Duke of Rutlands March — Non-traditional.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| both parts two cadences ~ 3127 1113}

4/157c    Duke of Yorks March — Cf Gentleman’s companion p 48.  {Cd [key change last part?] ~ 8:|:12:|:Trio 7||8||DC ~ 1133 5515}

4/157d  •  Irish March of the 45th Regiment    1047  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 56 51 56 42}

4/157e    Quick March in The Battle of Prague — Cf Hamilton HUT 1 p 124, attributed to Kotzwarra.  {2:4d ~ 8:|:8||DC ~ 53 31 22 11 (4 bars)}

4/158a  •  Sean bhean críona an dranntáin    1048 — JG:] ‘not’ [?]. Cf OFNIM p 36 Stad erro rogura stad stad or Stay easy you rogue stay stay; P-S nos 1288–89. See 1/93a When the cock crows it is day.   {6:8g ~ 8:|:8:|:14||DC ~ 12 44 12 22}

4/158b    Mooreheads Hornpipe — Cf Hime 1802 no 1. See 3/102c Sir Barry’s march (part 1).  {Cd ~ 8:|:8:|: ~ 1115 2224}

4/158c    Sleep on, Sleep on, my Cathaleen Dear — Cf OFPC p 18.  {Cg ~ 4:|:8:|: ~ 4442 1361}

4/158d    The Lasses of Irvine — Cf Bremner Scots reels p 36 Irvin Stiple.  {Cg ~ 4:|:4 two cadences || ~ 1135 6724}

4/158e  •  The Tralee Hornpipe    1049 — Cf Ryan p 44 Old Zip Coon (part 1). See 4/153b Jim Browne.   {Cbflat ~ 3x8:|: ~ 1315 5551}

4/159a    Dear Mary    1050 — Cf Duff Choice selection p 22 [Untitled] Slow.  {Cbflat ~ 3x8:|: ~ 1117 5553}

4/159b    Can I believe thee Dear Kitty  andante — Non-traditional.  {6:8f ~ 8:|:14:|: ~ 15 65}

4/159c    The Highland Watch  Slow — Cf OFNIM p 45.  {Cg ~ 8:|:16|| ~ 3131 3177}

4/159d    Slow March — Non-traditional.  {Cc ~ | $ 8:|:8||DC $ ~ 1122 3153}

4/159e    The Hermit of Killarney — Cf OFNIM p 17; Holden ISQT 1 p 26; Surenne SI p 92. See 2/176c. See also 2/36c, 4/85e Adieu adieu thou faithless world.  {Cg ~ 4:|:4|| ~ 1151 3325}

4/160a  •  Lochaber    1051 — Cf Crosby Caledonian p 30. See 1/212c Lochaber no more, 3/102b Orange and green, 4/44a Limerick’s lamentation.  {3:4g ~ 16||16||  = 8x4| ~ 333 433}

4/160b    The Cottage Quadrille — Non-traditional.  {6:8d ~ 8:|:8||DC 8||DC ~ 15 15}

4/160c    Éadmoin a Chnoic  Slow — Cf Tunes p 1a (same version with substantial variations); OFNIM p 21; O’D 1850 p 218. Different version from 1/17b.  {3:4g ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 132 316}

4/160d    Carolans Dream — Cf MS 7348 p 165; OFNIM p 27.  {Cc ~ 8:|:8|| ~ 3217 3273}

4/160e    Domhnall — Solo. Cf Moore no 4 1812 song 5; Mulhollan SIST p 48 Donald. See 4/9b, duet.  {Cd ~ 2x8|| ~ 3315 7535}


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Version history

of Annotated index of all the tunes in the order of the manuscripts

Version 1.0 as of 10 October 2013 (original) Version 1.1 as of 19 June 2015

Items updated:

1/90c • 174,  1/243a • 593,  1/264c • 272,  1/266–67 • 275,  2/10c • 606,  2/53a • 615,  2/171b • 687, 3/45a • 715, 3/49a • 355,  4/39c, 4/150a,  4/151f,  4/153c,  4/153d • 1043,  4/158a• 1048

Version 1.2 as of 22 November 2015

Changes made to presentation of Breathnach codes for tunes in 2:4 and 6:8 time:

2:4 tunes now presented—default—as two bars (four stresses per bar **** ****) or else as four bars (two stresses per bar ** ** ** **) with a space separating the bars of code. In doubtful cases both versions are given.

6:8 tunes are now presented as ** ** (two bars) or, if expanded, as ** ** ** ** (four bars).

In many items the codes have been revised or expanded (not listed here individually).

Other items updated:

  1/26b • 58,   1/31b • 72,   1/34b • 80,   1/36b• 84,   1/39a • 90,   1/50c • 524,   1/58c • 126,   1/61c • 530,   1/62a • 128,   1/64b • 132,   1/67a • 137,   1/70a • 533,   1/102c • 546,   1/116c • 190,   1/126a  1/181c • 566,   1/210b • 574,   1/217b,   1/222a • 586,   1/229b • 223,   1/246c • 598,   1/253a • 250,   1/263d • 269,   1/264c • 272,   1/264d • 600,   1/266–67 • 275,   2/2a • 601,   2/48a • 608,   2/49a,   2/51a,   2/52b • 614,   2/57d • 629,   2/130c• 640,   2/131c • 642,   2/136c,   2/154c • 662,   2/166c • 681,   2/171a • 686,   2/171b • 687,   2/175c • 691,   2/180c • 697,   3/3b • 284,   3/3c • 285,   3/26c • 708,   3/60a • 386,   3/67a • 728,   3/81b • 758,   3/98c • 774,   3/111c • 796,   3/112a • 797,   3/120a • 457,   3/128b • 805,   3/129c • 809,   3/132a • 816,   3/133b, • 827,   3/134c • 822,   3/136b • 827,   3/140a • 832,   3/146c • 848,   3/147b • 850,   3/150a • 858,   3/150b 859,   3/169b • 892,   3/181a • 911,   3/185 b • 490,   3/187b • 492,   3/200b • 503,   4/2a • 930,   4/4b • 935,   4/48e • 961,   4/52d–53 • 968,   4/58b • 973,   4/59a • 974,   4/59c • 975,   4/60b • 977,   4/65e • 988,   477d • 1000,   4/84c • 1021,   4/85b • 1022,   4/153b • 1042,   4/158e • 1049
Version 1.3 as of 27 October 2016

Live links are now provided to the recently available facsimiles of TCD's Goodman manuscripts, hosted on the ITMA site goodman.itma.ie. Links are also now provided to the facsimile pages containing 70 of the song-texts mentioned in this index.

Items updated:

1/19c • 40,     1/126a,   1/220b • 583,     2/52a • 613,     2/143b • 650,     2/164b • 679,     3/46c • 718,     3/99b • 431,     4/47d • 958,  

Version 1.4 as of 7 August 2017

Hyperlinks have been updated.

Item updated:

1/44c • 107 :

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ERRATA TO THE PUBLISHED EDITION OF TUNES OF THE MUNSTER PIPERS 2

Page 14, no 551 The Humours of Flip: there is an unamended metrical irregularity in bar 5. The first three notes of the bar should be amended thus (crotchet followed by dotted quaver and semiquaver):

Page 49, no 639 sliabh na m-Ban: the final note of the tune should be Fsharp, not G.

Page 89, no 742 Humours of Glynn: in the last bar of part 2 the last two notes should be semiquaver B, crotchet A. The last note of part 4 should be A.

Page 95 no 758 Wallop the ladies: the last note of part 2 should be D, not C.

Page 97, no 763 ‘Kiss the Maid behind the Barrel’: 3/84b (not 3/84d)

Page 135 no 881 The lowlands of Scotland: the second-last note of part 1 should be D sharp, not E sharp.

Page 166, no 954 Willy o’er the Mountains: the double repeat bar line at the end of bar 6 should be placed at the end of bar four instead.

Page 172, no 971 Gráine Mhaol: the metrical irregularity in bar 4 should be amended thus:

Page 187, no 1033 Burns’ Farewell: 4/78b (not 4/78d)

Page 204, no 1042 Jim Browne: 4/153b (not 4/153a)

Page 204, no 1043 Ole Rosin de Bow: 4/153d (not 4/153c)

Page 207, no 1048 Sean bhean críona an dranntáin: 4/158a (not 4/158)

Page 245: Closing bracket missing in 2nd line of first paragraph

Page 252, in index of titles, Dicksey Land: part 3 is a reel (not part 2 is a reel)

Page 258, missing from index of titles: Irish Dance • jig • 4/117