Byrne’s Mill slip jig

There is 1 recording of a tune by this name.

Byrne's Mill has been added to 5 tunebooks.

Download ABC

Two settings

X: 1
T: Byrne's Mill
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
e |dcA G2 A FDD | GFG A/A/AG ABc |\
dcA G2 A FDD | dB/c/d edc dfe |
dcA G2 A FDD | GFG A/A/AG AA/B/c |\
dcA G2 A FDD | dB/c/d edc dcB ||
A2 d dAd fga | g2 g afd cAG |\
A/A/Ad dAd fga | g2 f edc d2 B |
A2 d dAd fga | gfg afd cAG |\
A/A/Ad dAd fga | g2 f edc d2 e ||
f/f/fg e/e/ef dcA | dcA cAG FGA |\
f/f/fd edc AA/b/c | dB/c/d edc d2 e |
f/f/fg e/e/ef dcA | dcA G2 A FDD |\
f/f/fd edc dcA | dcA GEA D2 |]
ABC
X: 2
T: Byrne's Mill
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: e |dcA G2 A FDD | GFG A2 G ABc |\
dcA G2 A F2 D | d[Ac]d edc d2 :|
|: B |A2 d dAd fga | g2 d afd =cAG |\
A2 d dAd fga | g2 f edc d2 :|
e |f2 g e2 f d=cA | dcA =cAG F2 A |\
f2 d edc Abc | d[Ac]d edc d2 e |
f2 g e2 f d=cA | dcA G2 A FDD |\
f2 d edc d=cA | dcA GE[CA] D2 |]
ABC

Two comments

“Byrne’s Mill” C: Joe Liddy

S: Padraig McGovern & Peter Carberry, from their CD "Forgotten Gems", track6, the 1st tune of 3
B/2nd part, bars 2 and 6 of this transcription, beat 1 ~ rolled = | ~g3 afd cAG |\

Another transcription can be found here, courtesy of Bill Black:
http://www.capeirish.com/
http://www.capeirish.com/webabc/collections/liddy2/liddy2-tunes.txt

Joe Liddy had two printed collections, no longer in circulation, though Custy’s seems to have copies of Volume 1:
"The Leitrim Fiddler, Volumes 1 & 2"
http://www.capeirish.com/webabc/collections/coll-index.html

Joe Liddy ~ 1916 - 1992

http://irishtunecomposers.weebly.com/
http://irishtunecomposers.weebly.com/joe-liddy.html

"Leitrim multi-instrumentalist Joe Liddy composed over 100 tunes which were published in 1981 by Comhaltas CeoltoirĂ­ Eireann in the book Joe Liddy - ‘The Leitrim Fiddler’.

This collection reveals Liddy as an inventive composer with his own distinctive style. Whilst the majority of his tunes are either undiscovered or played in small circles, there are a few tunes which have been recorded several times and as such are in general circulation in the tradition. These tunes include Palmer’s Gate, The Red Bee and The Kilcloon. ~"