G|A2 AG A3 F|GEAF GEEG|A3 c BGG2|BdBG c3 B|
GAAG A3 F|GEAF GEEG|A3 c BGG2|1 BdBG cAB:|2 BdBG c3||
d|e3 d efg2|G3 F GAEG|A3 c BGG2|BdBG c3 d|
e3 d efg2|G3 F GAEG|A3 c BGG2|BdBG cAB||
Also known as The Balintore Fancy, Ballintore Fancy, The Ballintore Fancy, The Kerry, Rowesome’s.
There are 10 recordings of this tune.
Rowsome’s has been added to 4 tune sets.
Rowsome's has been added to 53 tunebooks.
Joe McKenna, The Irish Low Whistle, track 4, first tune, followed by The Ballintore Fancy.
The same set is called a set of single jigs on Leo Rowsome, The King of the Pipers, track 2, and this tune is called The Kerry Jig (http://www.irishtune.info/tune/3147/), but to my ear it’s played as a reel, and only the second tune is played as a slide.
The same set is called "The Ballintore Fancy" on The Bothy Band, Old Hag You Have Killed Me (LP: Polydor Super 2383 417), side 2, track 4. Paddy Keenan comes in with this after an introductory piece (Ng’s irishtune.info #3148) that sounds as if it were written as a counterpoint to this tune. Both parts are played single, instead of double first part, single second as played by Rowsome and the Bothies.
See here for the 2nd tune as played in the set by TBB https://thesession.org/tunes/1437
I have just came across a reel in the O’Neill’s DMI (1001)
"Tim the market man", tune N° 690. both tune share more or less the same melody.
See https://thesession.org/tunes/2188 for the jig/slide version