Recorded by Matt Molloy on "Stony Steps" as "Sean Maguire’s".
Also recorded by Declan Masterson and "Craobh Rua".In the English language, it is "Lomanach Cross".
The following variant of this tune was recorded by the Skylark (Andy McNamara, Gerry O’Connor et al) as The Spinner’s Delight:
~B3A GBdB | cBAG FGAF | DG~G2 ~A3B | cBAG FGAF |
DG~G2 ~B3A | GBdB c2Bc | dBcA BGAG | FGAc BGG ||
B | dg~g2 bg~g2 | defg afgf | dg~g2 dgge | fdcA BGGB |
dg~g2 bg~g2 | defg afgf | dg~g2 dg~g2 | ~a3g fdcA ||
Sean Maguire’s/Lomanach Cross
I just learned this great tune. I’d like to know, anyone play this single, or the first part double and the turn single? When I had it on Friday we could not decide about double or single so I’m curious. I was looking up the history for the tune and found from the FC that on the Tribute to Packie Duignan tape, Patsy Hanley plays the tune AAB AAB A. How do you do it?
I have this in a set after Josephine Keegan’s Cap and Bell.
The Fourpenny Bit
Is the title it appears under in O’Neill’s.
Mcsherry´s “Sean Maguire´s” from Tripswitch
T: Cros An Lomanaigh
|~B3A GBdB | cBAG FGAF | DG~G2 ~A3B | cBAG FGAF |
DG~G2 ~B3A | GBdB c2Bc | dBcA BcAG | FGAc BGG ||
B | dg~g2 bg~g2 | defg af (3gfe | dg~g2 bgge | fdcA BGGB |
dg~g2 bgaf | defg af (3gfe | dg~g2 dg~g2 | ~a3g fdcA ||