Larry Redican’s jig

Also known as The Legacy.

There are 17 recordings of a tune by this name.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with Dancing Tables (a few times), The Green Banner (a few times), The Land Of Sunshine (a few times), The Maids Of Selma (a few times) and Scatter The Mud (a few times).

Larry Redican's has been added to 35 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Larry Redican's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
G3 BAB|GBd gab|G3 BAB|dBA AGE|
G3 BAB|GBd gab|age edB|1dBA ABA:|2dBA ABd||
ege edB|ded dBd|ege edB|gdB ABd|
ege edB|ded def|gfg efg|1dBG ABd:|2dBG AGE||

Six comments

Larry Redican’s (jig)

Source: Jack and Charlie Coen - "The Branch Line"
Transcription: g.m.p.

John Carty plays a version of this a step lower on his "The Cat That Ate The Candle" album.

There’s a nice version on Kitty Hayes and Peter Laban’s CD ‘They’ll Be Good Yet’ (track 1) that has elements of this setting and of the simpler setting mentioned above (follows on after Newport Lass and Mist on the Meadow which works well).

Disambiguation

For those looking for a slip jig named ‘Larry Redican’s’, please read:

There is a ‘Larry Redican’s’ slip jig played by Jimmy Keane on the album "The Big Squeeze: Masters Of The Celtic Accordion".

Larry did compose this tune this tune but called it ‘Lough Key’. Search Tunes for Lough Key and you’ll find it. I’ve noticed that the Big Squeeze recording has been posted on youtube too

Happy playing!