Humours of Thuama
The McNamara Family "Leitrim’s hidden treasure" has this tune on it.
Already in the database, but in C – see “The Cloon”, posted by Dow a year ago.
Cloon reel - Border Collies
Here’s the way the Border Collies recorded it:
D:Border Collies: Unleashed
d|fedB ~A3F|FEDF ~A3d|fedB ~A3F|FEDE FEEd|!
fedB ~A3F|FEDF ~A3B|d2fd ~a3f|1edBA FEE:|2edBA FEE2||!
d2fd adfd|~a3b afef|d2fd adfd|ABde feef|!
d2fd adfd|~a3b afea|bafd e2fe|1dBAF FEE2:|2dBAF FEE||!
See https://thesession.org/tunes/1644 The Cloon reel, for a slightly different version in the key of C!
Another C version
I have this as The Humours of Toomagh from the playing of the Lewis family (I think - though not from their "Weeds in the Garden" album). I cannot remember for the life of me which recording I learnt it from, but this is the version I got anyway. It is very, very similar to the Cloon reel given above, but definitely given by the Lewis family under this name. Cracker of a tune in either case.
Found out where it came from. A 1970’s French compilation LP called "Irlande - Vol. 1 Héritage Gaëlique Et Traditions Du Connemara"