Anonn Is Anall jig

Also known as Annon’s Anall.

There is 1 recording of this tune.

Anonn Is Anall has been added to 5 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Anonn Is Anall
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
cde G2G|c2e dc2|g2e d3|g2e d3|
cde G2G|c2e dc2|gec d2e|c6||
g2e c2g|e2c dG2|g2e c2d|e2c ed2|
g2e c2g|e2c dG2|cde d2e|c6||
X: 2
T: Anonn Is Anall
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
GAB D2D|G2B AG2|d2B A3|d2B A3|
GAB D2D|G2B AG2|dBG A2B|G6||
d2B G2d|B2G AD2|d2B G2A|B2G BA2|
d2B G2d|B2G AD2|GAB A2B|G6|

Four comments

Anonn Is Anall

This is the original version of the lullaby ‘Anonn is Anall’ from the Feis Ceoil collection of Irish Airs. The tune was collected, like much of the material, in Co. Wexford in the late 19th century.

Anonn Is Anall, X:2

This transposed version in G was popular among older pipers, including Seamus MacMathuna, the piper from Coolree just outside of Wexford. I think Peadar Broe recorded it on The Drones and the chanters in the 70’s.

Re: Anonn Is Anall

Track #7, John :
I created a link and added the title as recorded on “The Drones And Chanter”, one of the first LP recordings of Irish music I ever bought. A very simple, but melodic wee tune.

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Re: Anonn Is Anall

Thanks for that Kenny. I had checked the recordings after my posting of the tune and saw it listed without an automatic link. I learned it from ‘Jimmy Mac’, as we referred to Seamus MacMathuna back about 1975 I’d reckon….yikes!