Learnt from a friend in Sydney. Aslightly different version appears on Arty McGlynn and Nollaig Casey’s album "Lead The Knave":
|:d2cA GEEG|A/A/AGE A/A/AD2|d2cA GEEG|A/A/AGE D4:|
c3d egge|eaag egge|c3d egge|abge d2ed|
c3d egge|eaag egge|f2ed cAGB|Add^c defe||
The Sporting Days Of Easter
Whilst tune browsing today I discovered this to be a version of a tune called "The Sporting Days Of Easter", which can be found at JC’s index (#191566). Anyone come across this tune before?
Source: Waifs And Strays (Traditional Irish Music From County Clare) by Michael Hynes And Dennis Liddy
Mistake in the 2nd bar
The 2nd bar world be |ABAG ~A3B|
This tune was already posted as "The Sporting Days of Easter": https://thesession.org/tunes/1440
S:Michael Hynes and Denis Liddy - Waifs and Strays
Bc|d2cA GE~E2|ABAG ~A2B|d2cA GE~E2|ABGE D4:|
cBcd eg~g2|a2ag egge|cBcd eg~g2|abge d3c|
cBcd eg~g2|a2ag egg2|fged cAGB|Add^c defe|
Has again been recorded by Michael McGoldrick on his new album ‘Wired’ It is played in a set with ‘The Crosses of Annagh’ and ‘Sporting Nell’.
first tune found here
McGoldrick´s version Wired
T: Micho Russell’s- Paddy in the smoke
D: Mike McGoldrick
d2cA GEEE|(3AcA GE (3AcA D2|d2cA GEEE|(3AcA GE DEGA|
d2cA GEEE|(3AcA GE (3AcA D2|d2cA GEEE|(3AcA GE D4|
c3d eg~g2|gaag egge|c3d eg~g2|a2ge d3e|
c3d eg~g2|gaag egge|fged cAG2|Add^c defe||
Frank Neylon’s, X:5
While this setting bares a few differences, including a third part played in the B section, it seems nice enough to post. Neylon followed this with a single reel: ( https://thesession.org/tunes/7788#setting31681 ).
Frank G. Neylon was a fluter from Corofin, Co. Clare who emigrated to Boston either in the late 1940’s. Neylon played with the Kilfenora Ceili Band and on Radio Éireann before emigration, and then recorded four sides for O’Byrne DeWitt under the label "Copley" with Paddy Cronin. These are lovely and two of them can be heard below. While in Boston, Neylon played in The Tara, New State, and Connaught Ceili Bands at various times with such Boston greats as Sean McGlynn, Brendan Tonra, Eamon Flynn, Tommy Sheridan, Larry Reynolds, and the aforementioned Paddy Cronin. He is known for his "energetic playing and round sound".
Neylon solo: http://www.capeirish.com/tune_vault/boston_cce/clare-reels.mp3
Frank Neylon and Paddy Cronin:
Re: The Sporting Days Of Easter
Related to "The Lady’s Cup of Tea" from the Goodman collection: https://thesession.org/tunes/8096