Connor’s Horse jig

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Connor's Horse has been added to 3 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Connor's Horse
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Ador
|: cBA BAG | EFG AGB | cBA BAG |[M: 9/8] E2G A3 A2B |
[M:6/8] cBA BAG | EFG AGB | cBc dcd |1 eAA A2B :|2 eAA A2F ||
|: GFG g3 | eaf ged | efg a3 | aba age |
GFG g3 | eaf ged | cBc dcd |1 eAA A2F :|2 eAA A2B ||
2
X: 2
T: Connor's Horse
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Ador
|: cBA BAG | EFG AGB | cBA BAG | E2G A2B |
cBA BAG | EFG AGB | cBc dcd |1 eAA A2B :|2 eAA A2F ||
|: GFG g3 | eaf ged | efg a3 | aba age |
GFG g3 | eaf ged | cBc dcd |1 eAA A2F :|2 eAA A2B ||

Five comments

Connor’s Horse

From the playing of Patrick Moran & Chris Andrews.

They listed it as (Newfoundland) traditional on their album "No Place Like Home" liner notes. Aside from the two bars of 9/8 (crookedness), reminds me of a few Irish/Scottish tunes - cannot put my finger on which.

Re: Connor’s Horse

That’s similar, granted up an octave for most of the part.

The first tune that ended up coming to mind was The Castle (https://thesession.org/tunes/273 ), probably because of the identical first & fifth bars from some settings.

Re: Connor’s Horse

Agreed. One could even utilize the B part of this tune as a varied repeat of the B part of The Castle jig.