Two recordings of
Byrne’s
With
The Devil Is Dead

Byrne’s (hornpipe) is also known as The Byrne, Byrnes, Byrnes’, Cornphíopa Uí Bhrion, Cornphíopa Uí Bhroin, Crannciuil Ui Broin.

The Devil Is Dead (march) is also known as Baggy Britches, Bímse Féin Ag Iascaireacht, Bonnie Lass Come O’er The Burn, Bonnie Lass Come Ower The Burn, The Braes O’ Mar, Braes Of Mar, The Braes Of Mar, Braes Of Marr, The Braes Of Marr, The Braes Of, Bras Of Mar, Deirtear Go Bhfuil An Diabhal Marbh, The Devil’s Highland Fling, Jenny Will You Marry Me, Jenny Will You Marry Me?, Jenny Won’t You Marry Me?, Jenny, Will You Marry Me?, Johnny Will You Marry Me, Johnny Will You Marry Me?, Johnny Won’t You Marry Me?, Johnny, Will You Marry Me?, The Lasses Of Donnybrook, Love Will You Marry Me, Love Won’t You Marry Me, Love Won’t You Marry Me?, Love, Will You Marry Me ?, Love, Won’t You Marry Me?, Marḃ An Ḋiaḃal, Molly Will You Marry Me?, Some Say The Devil Is Dead, Some Say The Devil Is Dead And Living In Killarney, Some Say The Devil’s Dead, Some Say The Devil’s Dead Highland Fling.

Selected Jigs Reels And Songs by De Danann

  1. Love Will You Marry Me
  2. Byrne’s

The 4th Irish Folk Festival - CD #2 by Various Artists

  1. Love, Will You Marry Me ?
  2. Byrne’s