Culaidh jig

Culaidh jig

Hi everyone,
Anyone heard or know of the tune "culaidh jig" ? If so, do ye have sheet music for it?
Maybe it has other name/s.
Can’t find it anywhere.
Hoping the collective wisdom here can help. God’s blessing on ye all thanks so much!

Re: Culaidh jig

Nothing on the web except for OAIM’s VR Sessions Set #27: The Mist Covered Mountain | Culaidh Jig | Cliffs of Moher. Unknown if dots are available after paying for the course.

Re: Culaidh jig

Google tells me ‘culaidh’ is Scots-gaelic. It means uniform or costume. Alternatively there is a Loch Culaidh. It is unfortunate that OAIM chooses to spell (mangle) Cuil Aodha, since it is IS the Cuil Aodha which is commonly played in a set with The Mist Covered ountain.

Re: Culaidh jig

The tune is called after a village Coolea pronounced Cool A, in Co. Cork.

Re: Culaidh jig

Ye people are AWESOME!! mystery solved. Thanks so much for taking the time to post on my query
Postie , yeah that’s where I first saw "culaidh"
Confusion no more!
Have a great week and thanks again!

Re: Culaidh jig

So, which tune was it?

Re: Culaidh jig

"So, which tune was it?"

The jig?

Re: Culaidh jig

"The tune is called after a village Coolea"

BTW ‘Coolea’ is the Anglicised spelling of ‘Cuil Aodha’.