T: Do It Fair
R: slip jig
F2 A ABA B3 | B2 e e2 d cBA | F2 A ABA B3 | A d d2 A FED :|
faf f2 d f2 a | b2 e e2 d cBA | faf f2 d f2 a | A2 d d2 A FED |
faf f2 d f2 a | b2 e e2 d cBA | faf efe d3 | A2 d d2 A FED ||
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Do It Fair has been added to 15 tunebooks.
Found this online at JC’s and thought it was kinda fun…
This sounds familiar. It’s very similar to a three part slip jig called Barney Bralligan but I’d hesitate to say it’s the same tune - close cousins, perhaps.
Barney Bralligan: https://thesession.org/tunes/1429
first or second cousins…
This is a lovely little tune until you get to the second part: it doesn’t get a prize for originality!
this 3/4 version of Dance Ti’ Thy Daddy
The title "Do it fair" occurs in both the Reilly and the Sutherland MSS of Drumreilly, Co. Leitrim.