This is the "Jackie Coleman’s" "Patrick Street" play on their "On the fly" album. I think it’s not posted yet. It’s a nice tune in a great set on a marvelous recording I think.
The whole set is #2 on the album and the names of the tunes are:
Martin Wynne’s (non of those three we all know and not #4 either), Jackie Coleman’s (Edor) and Malynn’s Fancy.
I think Malynn’s Fancy is a version of the Boys of Ballinahinch, but what a great version it is played by the lads!
Sweet tune I like the high b’s
Looks a bit like "The Humours of Castlefin" to me.
Humours of Castlefin
In fact it’s probably a version of the Humours of C. I prefer the second part of Jackie Coleman’s version because it’s a bit special with the high b’s as Premierflute already noticed.
The Celtic Crane
This is an alternative setting of a tune I learned in the early 1990’s from Brendan Mulvihill. I remembered him calling it "Charlie Lennon’s." Recently, I heard this setting being played by John Carty. I played the Mulvihill setting for him and he confirmed that it was in fact the same tune. Carty’s name for the tune was "The Celtic Crane." Not totally sure, but I seem to recall Carty crediting the authorship of the tune to Arty McGlynn. I have nosed around on the internet looking for references to the tune (including on thesession.org) and haven’t turned anything up. It must be a fairly common tune, I have heard it around. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if it had a couple of other names.
Some similarities to the Houmours of castlefinn
It’s actually already in the DB as Jackie Coleman’s reel:
Including a comment by Kenny who supposed it was a version of HoC as well… 🙂
Identical to The Celtic Crane
Definitely the same tune as the Celtic Crane: