Source: Alan & John Kelly
This sounds like a cousin of Lord McDonald’s:
Sliabh Luachra fiddler, Denis Murphy played a typically ‘straight up’ version of this tune, something like this:
DGBG AGBG|DGBG AE~E2|DGBG AGAB|d2ed BGG2:|
BddB d2ef|g2fg eA~A2|B/c/d ed Bdgd|BdAd BGG2|
BddB d2ef|g2fg eA~A2|B/c/d ef g3e|dBAd BGG2||
First tune http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU3RLJuILT0
is as played by Catherine McEvoy at Cuisle Cheoil. She likes to hold those bottom Ds in the A part for another quaver, which of course is always a nice blast on the flute.
Like D2BG AGBG|DGBG AE~E2|D2BG ~A2AB|dged BG~G2:|
Re: The Glentaun
The Glentaun, X:4
Simplified version, close to the Denis Murphy / Julia Clifford version. As played here at sessions in Austin.