Garry Walsh’s jig

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Garry Walsh's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
|: ~c3 BGF | DEF ~G3 | DEF GFE | DEF EDC |
c2c BGF | DEF ~G3 | DEF GFE |1 ~D3 C3 :|2 ~D3 c3 ||
~d3 f2e | ~d2c AGF | DEF GFE | DEF ~G3 |
~d3 f2e | ~d2c AGF | DEF GFE | ~D3 c3 |
~d3 f2e | ~d2c AGF | DEF ~G3 | GAd ~g3 |
~d3 f2e | ~d2c AGF | DEF GFE | ~D3 c3 |]
2
X: 2
T: Garry Walsh's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: ded AGF | EFG ~A3 | EFG AGF | EFG AGF |
ded AGF | EFG ~A3 | EFG AGF |1 ~E3 D2A :|2 ~E3 D2d ||
|: ~e3 g2f | e2d BAG | EFG AGF | EFG A2d |
~e3 g2f | e2d BAG | EFG AGF |1 ~E3 D2d :|2 ~E3 D2A ||

Two comments

Garry Walsh’s

From the playing of Garry Walsh.

Listed as Gan Ainm on his album, so, not composed by him. Put his name on the title as a place holder for now, following the tradition of naming after who you picked up the tune from.

Wasn’t able to identify it after a few searches. Possibly originally set it Dmaj, though, it could work in Gmaj or Amaj (for whistles/flutes) with some re-working of the higher notes in the B Part.

Garry Walsh’s, X:2

A setting in Dmaj.