T: Johnny Micky's
A2 D FED A2 F G2 B|A2 D FED E2 F G2 B|A2 D FED A2 F G2 B|ABA GFE D6:|
d2 c A2 B =cBA G3| d2 c ABc d3 e3|d2 c A2 B =cBA G3|ABA GFE D6:|
Also known as Katie Scollard’s.
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Johnny Micky’s, track 17, first of two Johnny Micky’s slides on Monks 1st album Bráithre An Óil, but both share the same bars A4 and B4
"Johnny Micky played the concertina in the indigenous Duhallow and Sliabh Luachra style sometimes playing the two sides of the concertina in harmony. He learned a lot of his music from Jim Denny O’Sullivan of Cummer, Meelin and Dean Jack Tom O’Connor of the Commons, Newmarket."
Easy for fiddle and most cheerful, thanks.
Just noticed irishtune.info has this down as Katie Scollard’s, here as
three settings in A mix, one in D mix, and some interesting comments, but pretty much the same tune. One notes Katie Scollard was a concertina-playing neighbour of Terry Cuz Teahan, who recorded the tune.