Jenny Pippin reel

Also known as Jennie Pippin, Jenny Nettles Fancy, Sineidin Pippin.

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

Jenny Pippin has been added to 22 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Jenny Pippin
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
A|BADA dADA|BADA defd|BADA dADc|dBAF E2D:||
d|dfaf bfaf|dfaf g2fe|dfaf bfaf|dBAf e2dc|
dfaf bfaf|bfaf g2fg|agfe dBAB|dbaf e2d||
X: 2
T: Jenny Pippin
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
B|BADA dAFA|BADA defd|BADA dAFA|1 dcdf e2d:|2 dbaf e2d||
d|dfaf bgaf|dfaf (3gag fe|dfaf bgaf|dBAf e2 dd|
dfaf bgaf|bgaf g2 fg|agfe dBAB|dbaf e2d||
# Added by Moxhe .

Six comments

A right rollicking reel from my archives. Not played as often as it might be but it comes up in sessions sometimes. I like to play the g2 in bars 2 and 6 as a triplet.

Mando-friendly

I love it! This charming melody practically plays itself on the Mandolin. Does anyone have a bit of history on this tune?

I’ll make an entirely uneducated guess that it comes from a stable not so far from "The High Road To Linton". Anyone care to shoot me down on this?

So, now we’re back to apples😉

Jenny Pippin

Patsy Touhey recorded this on wax cylinder about a century ago. A Boston publication of the 1950s, Jerry O’Brien’s Folk and Dance Music of Ireland, gives an apt alternate title for it - the Anvil Reel.

Jennie Pippin

This reel appears in O’Neill’s Dance Music of Ireland - 1001 Gems (1907), p. 107, no. 583, as Jennie Pippin, Sineidin Pippin.
According to tunearch.org, this tune is also known as Jenny Nettles Fancy.

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