T: Eleanor Neary's
|: DFA GFE | EDD CDE | =FEF GFG | A/B/cA dAF |
DFA GFE | EDD CDE | =FAc GEC | D/E/D^C D2 A, :|
|: DFA dAA | BAB AFD | DFA dAA | B/^c/dB ABc |
dBd cAc | BGB AFD | DFA G/F/EC |1DED D2A,:|2DED D3||
Also known as The Chicago.
There are 3 recordings of this tune.
Eleanor Neary’s appears in 1 other tune collection.
Eleanor Neary’s has been added to 1 tune set.
Eleanor Neary's has been added to 12 tunebooks.
The first jig played by Liz Carroll in this video. Also recorded on the 1995 album Trian II, of which Liz Carroll was a member. Can’t find much concrete info about the tune, but it’s possibly one of Liz’s compositions. The group CrossHarbour do a version of it and call it the "Chigago jig".
From the insert accompanying "Trian II" :
"Eleanor Neary [ piano ] and her husband Jimmy [ fiddle ], spent a lot of time both encouraging and dazzling the younger musicians growing up in Chicago - "Eleanor Neary’s" is just one of the unique tunes that Liz learned from Eleanor".
Great! Thanks Kenny.