T: Humours Of Ballinafauna
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EFG A2B|c2A (Bcd)|ege dBG|(A3A2):|
|:^g|a2e a2e|(abc') (bab)|g2e g2e|edc BAG|
a2e a2e|(abc') (bab)|gfe dBG|A3 A2:|
Also known as Humors Of Ballinafauna.
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Humours Of Ballinafauna has been added to 1 tunebook.
I’ve heard the Humours of Ballinafauna played by the Cottars after Miss Casey’s Jig on their album, Forerunner.
You can hear that set on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqaWJpI7_Vo
There are various tune variations on Tune Archive, https://tunearch.org/wiki/Annotation:Humors_of_Ballinafauna_(The)
Various alternate tune names are "Sugrad Baile-na-Fanad", "Sugra Beul-Ata-na-Fanad", "Jackson’s Coggie" (also spelled "Jackson’s Coge"), "Jackson’s Coggie in the Morning", and especially "Humors of Mullin-a-fauna", as it was titled in what might be the oldest archives.
Speaking of archives, here are some of the old sources:
Book: R.M. Levey – First Collection of the Dance Music of Ireland (1858, No. 70, p. 28)
Book: P.M. Haverty – One Hundred Irish Airs vol. 3 (1859, No. 290, p. 144)
Book: O’Neill - Dance Music of Ireland: 1001 Gems (1907), No. 391
Here is a picture of the 1859 printing, tune number 290 on page 144:
The sheet music in this book was designed for the piano.