By the man himself, I believe (the comments on the recording of Double Play suggest so).
Glackin’s Trip to Dingle
Great tune but (with all due respect to Paddy) works for more instruments if transposed up to G. I’ll post the higher version to the ABC section of this website.
“Paddy’s Trip to Dingle” ~ rescued duplication in G
Submitted on December 17th 2011 by Zouki.
T: Glackin’s Trip To Dingle
C: Paddy Glackin
DG ~G2 DB ~B2 | Dc ~c2 AFGE | DG ~G2 DB ~B2 |[1 defd cAGF :|[2 defd caGA ||
|: B2 gB aBgB | B2 cB AGFA |[1 B2 gB aBgB | defd cAGA |[2 DB ~B2 Bc ~c2 | defd cAGA ||
dgfd cAFG | G2 FG cA A2 | dgfd cAFG|G2FG G3 A |
dgfd cAFG | G2 FG ABdB | DB ~B2 Bc ~c2 | defd cA |]
Not sure that "because it works for more instruments" is a reason to post it again, but the duplication was swiftly dealt with 🙂
Awesome tune this 🙂
Liz Carroll and John Doyle
Great version here. It’s the first tune.
Re: Paddy Glackin’s Trip To Dingle
Sounds fabulous in C though