Tune that always follows Rolling in the Barrel

Tune that always follows Rolling in the Barrel

Kevin Burke and Martin Hayes do this tune at the end of Rolling in the Barrel that sounds like a variation. However when the variation kicks in it is played as a double reel, instead of single like the rest of the tune. The A part resembles the A part of Drowsy Maggie, and the B part resembles the B part of Ruined Old Cottage in the Glen, which is a third lower than the B part of Rolling in the Barrel at it’s highest note. Is there another name for this tune, and perhaps it just got conjoined to this one through repetitive association? I wonder how many people would be thrown off If I played this setting at a session?

X: 1
T: Rolling In The Barrel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: reel
K: Ador
DE{G}ED BE{G}E2 | B2 AF DE{F}ED | DE{G}ED BE{G}E2 | B2 Ac BE{G}ED |
DE{G}ED BE{G}E2 | dBAF DE{F}ED | DE{G}ED BE{G}E2 | BdAc BE{G}ED |
e2 ge bege | d2 df a2 fd | e2 ge bege | dBAc BE{G}ED |
e2 ge bege | d2 df a2 fd | efge fdec | dBAc BE{G}ED |
T: Kevin Burke and Martin Hayes final variation
|:\
E2 BE dEBE | dBAF DE{F}ED | E2 BE dEBE | BdAc BE{G}ED |
E2 BE dEBE | dBAF DE{F}ED | afge fdec | dBAc BE{G}ED :|
|:\
Bdef gfed | B2 AF DE{F}ED | (3Bcd ef gfec | dBAc BE{G}ED |
(3Bcd ef gfed | ABAF DE{F}ED | afge fdec | dBAc BE{G}ED :|

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Re: Tune that always follows Rolling in the Barrel

It’s not that WWII music hall favourite Roll OUT the Barrel is it?

Re: Tune that always follows Rolling in the Barrel

The classic Clare set is Rolling in the Barrel/In the Tap Room/The Earl’s Chair

I agree that In the Tap Room sounds superficially like Rolling In the Barrel—personally, I get it tangled with a tune like Drowsy Maggie or Man of the House more than anything!

Re: Tune that always follows Rolling in the Barrel

Thanks, that’s definitely the tune I was hearing there.

Re: Tune that always follows Rolling in the Barrel

The Morning Dew follows rolling in the barrel

Re: Tune that always follows Rolling in the Barrel

In the Tap Room has become my new favorite tune. I’m thinking I might "accidentally" play it the next time Drowsy Maggie comes up at a session