The Road To Corofin jig

Also known as Miss Blair’s Fancy.

There is 1 recording of a tune by this name.

The Road To Corofin has been added to 8 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: The Road To Corofin
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
g2 e |:"G"dBG GFG |"D"AFD D2 D |"C"EFG "D7"ABc |"G"BGB "D7"ABc |
"G"dBG GFG |"D"AFD D2 D |"C"EFG "D"AFD |[1 "G"G3 G2 g :|[2 "G"G3- G Bc ||
|:"G"dzd dBd |"C"gfg "G"dBG |"C"cdc "G"BcB |"A7"ABG "D"FED |
"G"ded dBd |"C"gfe "G"dBG |"A7"EFG "D"AFD |[1 "G"G3- G Bc :|[2 "G"G2 z |]
X: 2
T: The Road To Corofin
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
B/c/ | dBG GBG | AFD DFD | EFG ABc | BAG FED |
dBG GBG | AFD DFD | EFG AFD | G3 G2 :|
B/c/ | dBd dBd | gfg dBG | cec BdB | ABG AFD |
dBd dBd | gfg dBG | EFG AFD | G3 G2 :|

Three comments

The Road To Corofin

T:Miss Blair’s fancy
traced to Francis O’Neill: "The Dance Music of Ireland" (1907) no. 168, as played by Kilfenora Ceili Band on their self-published album "Century" (2009) https://thesession.org/recordings/3317

Re: The Road To Corofin

This was published in a number of Scottish 18th century collections (e.g. Aird v5 c1801, Archibald McGoun c1807, The Caledonian Museum c1810) under the title "Mrs Blair of Blair’s Jigg" (in Aird it’s Mr Blair of Blair’s Jig).

The Road To Corofin, X:2

As found in Aird’s Selection volume 5 (c1801).