Mrs Dwyer’s hornpipe

Also known as Behind The Ditch In Pairc Anna, Flynn’s, Mike Sullivan’s, O’Malley’s March.

There are 5 recordings of this tune.

Mrs Dwyer’s has been added to 2 tune sets.

Mrs Dwyer's has been added to 31 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Mrs Dwyer's
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmix
DGGA B2 c2 | dedc A2 c2 |dGGA AGFA | GcAG FDCF |
DGGA B2 c2 | dedc A2 c2 | dGGc AGFA | G2 GF G2 z2 :||
dggf d2 c2 | dggf d2 c2 | dggA AGFA | GcAG FDCF |
DGGA B2 c2 | dedc A2 c2 | dGGc AGFA | G2 GF G2 z2 :||

Three comments

Mrs Dwyer’s

A quirky little barndance / hornpipe, taken from P.J. and Martin Hayes ‘The Shores of Lough Graney’.

I just listened to that album last night and noticed this tune, which I learned just a year ago from Pat O’Connor. It’s already here under a different title.

Re: Mrs Dwyer’s, Mrs. Ella Mae O’Dwyer

youtube’s caption: "Mrs. Ella Mae O’Dwyer, née Quill, from Athea in West Limerick (later of Ardgroom Co. Cork), playing a fling, followed by two reels, Toss the Feathers and Drowsy Maggie. Recorded in Cork in November 1982."
This hornpipe/fling (tagged under the title "Behind The Ditch In Pairc Anna", as referenced above at tunes/6615) is followed by a nice interview with Tony MacMahon, and the two reels.

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