Julia Clifford’s jig

Also known as Art O’Keeffe’s.

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

Julia Clifford’s has been added to 2 tune sets.

Julia Clifford's has been added to 23 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: Julia Clifford's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amix
|:e|fdf gfg|fdf gfg|eaa ecA|BcB B2e|
fdf gfg|fdf gfg|eaa ecA|1 B2A A2:|2 B2A A2B||
|:c3 ece|faf ece|faf ecA|BcB BAB|
cAc ece|faf ece|faf ecA|1 B2A A2B:|2 B2A A2||
X: 2
T: Julia Clifford's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amix
|: e |f2 f gfg | fdf gfg | eaa ecA | B2 A Ace |
fd/e/f gfg | fdf gfg | eaa ecA | B2 A A2 :|
|: B |cA/B/c ece | faf ece | f/^g/af ecA | BcB B2 d |
cAc ece | f/^g/af e2 e | faf ecA | B2 A A2 :|
X: 3
T: Julia Clifford's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
e | fdf g2e | fdf g2f | eaa ecA | BcB Bce |
fdf g2e | fdf g2f | eaa ecB | ABA A2 :||
B |c2e ece | faf ece | faf ecA | BcB BAB |
c2e ece | faf ece | faf ecB | ABA A2 :||

Nine comments

I hope this isn’t already here (I searched!). My source comes from a 1970’s recording by the American group, How to Change a Flat Tire, which they call, "Art O’Keefe’s." There is a similar version on the Mick Moloney/Robbie O’Connell album, "There Were Roses" - no doubt an easier recording to find - with the title here.

“Julia Clifford’s” ~ other possibilities

X: 2
T: Julia Clifford’s
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: jig
K: Amix
|: e |\
f2 f gfg | fdf gfg | eaa ecA | B2 A Ace |
fd/e/f gfg | fdf gfg | eaa ecA | B2 A A2 :|
|: B |\
cA/B/c ece | faf ece | f/^g/af ecA | BcB B2 d |
cAc ece | f/^g/af e2 e | faf ecA | B2 A A2 :|

Art O’Keeffe’s

Track 1, 2nd tune on The Living Stream by Jackie Daly & Matt Cranitch

Art O’Keeffe’s Jig

I got this from a whistle & flute player called Deidre, she played it with The Humours of Lisheen. There seem to be other Art O’Keeffe’s up here but only slides. It may have another name but I don’t know it.

Re: Julia Clifford’s

Oops, looks like I doubled up, I didn’t know it was called Julia Clifford’s. Should I delete my version? It’s pretty much the same as the first.

Re: Julia Clifford’s

Nope, it has a few subtle differences.

Re: Julia Clifford’s

Cheers #NfldWhistler, I’ll keep it up :-)