Tullamore Harbour jig

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

Tullamore Harbour has been added to 1 tune set.

Tullamore Harbour has been added to 10 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Tullamore Harbour
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: [Dd] |G2 B dB[Gg] | gaf gdB | [G2g2] d edB | edB AFD |
G2 B dBg | gaf g2 A | DFA dcA | GAF G2 :|
|: D |GBd g2 g | dgb gdB | ecA BAG | FAF D2 D |
GB/c/d g3 | d2 b gdB | DFA dcA | GAF G2 :|
X: 2
T: Tullamore Harbour
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: [Dd] |GGB dBG | gaf gdB | G2 d edB | edB AFD |
GGB dBg | gaf g2 A | DFA dcA | GAF G2 :|
|: D |GBd g3 | dgb gdB | ecA BAG | FAF D2 D |
GBd g2 g | dgb gdB | DFA dcA | GAF G2 :|

Five comments

“Tullamore Harbour” ~ C: John Brady

# a ‘lesl’ transcription and notes were ~
Posted by Peter Laban 6 years ago / 2007
https://thesession.org/tunes/6456

There are more Brady tunes not included in the book ("The Slopes of the Longridge"), here’s one that some of us were discussing elsewhere sometime ago. It was pointed out the title is tongue in cheek as Tullamore Harbour would be something like the home port to the proverbial Swiss Navy…

T:Tullamore Harbour
C:John Brady
S:Mike Rafferty
H:The Longridge Ceili Band includes John Brady from Offaly.
H:The Tullamore Harbour is in Co. Offaly.
D:Longridge Ceili Band LP
Z:lesl
M:6/8
K:G
d |\
GGB dBG | gaf gdB | Gzd edB | edB AFD |
GGB dBg | gaf gz A | DFA dcA | GAF GzD |
GGB dBg | gaf gdB | gzd edB | edB AFD |
GGB dBg | gaf gz A | DFA dcA | GAF GzD ||
GBd ~g3 | dgb gdB | ecA BAG | FAF DzD |
GBd ~g3 | dz b gdB | DFA dcA | GAF GzD |
GBd ~g3 | dgb gdB | ecA BAG | FAF DAD |
GBd gz g | dgb gdB | DFA dcA | GAF G2 |]

# Posted by Peter Laban 6 years ago / 2007

“Tullamore Harbour”

Nice tune! ;)

X: 2 “Tullamore Harbour Jig” C: John Brady

S: Mike Rafferty
H: The Longridge Ceili Band includes John Brady from Offaly
H: The Tullamore Harbour is in Co. Offaly.
D: LP - Longridge Ceili Band
Z: lesl

"It was pointed out the title is tongue-in-cheek as Tullamore Harbour would be something like the home port to the proverbial Swiss Navy…"

# Posted by Peter Laban - December 4th, 2006

Tullamore Harbour by John Brady

The harbour in Tullamore is a canal harbour. Lovely tune. Rest in peace, Johnny Brady.

Thanks ironhills ~ will have to check it out, with a hip flask of Tullamore Dew’s single malt, which also makes a really amazing Irish coffee…