T: Din Tarrant's
E>F |:GE BE |GE BA/G/ |FD AD |dD A2 |
Be ed |Be ed |Bd BA |1 G/E/D E>F :|2 G/E/D E2||
|: d>B GB |D/E/F/G/ A2 |c>A FD |EF GB |
d>B GB |D/E/F/G/ A2 |c>A FD |EF G2 :|
There are 25 recordings of this tune.
Din Tarrant’s appears in 2 other tune collections.
Din Tarrant's has been added to 42 tunebooks.
The liner notes on Whistle Stop say that Din Tarrant’s and Bill the Weaver’s are the same tune, but this is the one Brian Hughes plays, not the other entry for Bill the Weaver’s.
As far as I know, Din Tarrant’s is usually played with the A and B parts switched. I entered it the way I heard it on Whistle Stop, though, because I think it sounds better.
Bmin version here https://thesession.org/tunes/1914
Key signature: E Dorian / e minor
Submitted on June 26th 2003 by gian marco.
Submitted on January 10th 2004 by gian marco.
I went to Gaelic Roots to hear the Sunday night concert, at Boston College 1997
And Johnny O’Leary played this Din Tarrant’s Polka along with another one which I still don’t know the name. The tunes are listed as the Lonesome Polkas on the Gaelic Roots Cd for that year.
I just played an album on WOMR this past Monday the 23rd 2020 and finally had a name for
1st of Lonesome Polkas. The album was Mighty Session! Kells Music 1997