E>F GA | Be dB | A>B AF | EF D2 |
E>F GA |Be dB | AF dF | FE ED :|
Be e d/e/ | f>e dB | Be e d/e/ | f>e d2 |
Be e d/e/ | f>e dB | AF dF |FE E2 :|
There are 15 recordings of this tune.
Gorman's has been added to 11 tunebooks.
I couldn’t find this anywhere; it’s a relatively simple Sliabh Luachra polka I learned years ago. I don’t know who plays it, where it comes from, or who it’s associated with, but feel free to fill in those details / point me to the undoubtedly obvious version elsewhere.
Here’s how it’s played: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zsq1C-vFlHI
A few duplicates/versions/relatives:
That B parts shows up in a number of Edor/Ador polkas it seems. I’ll always associate that with the first polka (Tralee Gaol) in this song: