Seems like the list of recordings is never very accurate on here.
The Humours of Ballinlass
Here are the two versions mentioned above, namely in O’Neill’s and that played by Mary Crowley.
I’m not sure which version I prefer at the moment but have the feeling that Mary Crowley’s version will probably win the day. Her version is certainly stretching my playing technique with her triplets.
T: The Humours of Ballinlass
S: O’Neill’s 1001 page 161 no 942
GE ||: D2DF G2G2 | c3A BAGB | cBcd e2dc | (3cBA BG EAGE | D2EF G2B2 | c2cA Bdgd
| (3BdB GB (3AcA FA | G2GF G2 :||
ef ||: gfed e2ef | gede d3B | cBcd e2dB |1 (3cBA BG E2ef | gede d2B2 | (3BdB GB (3AcA FA
| G2GF G2 :||
2 (3cBA BG EAGE | D2EF G2B2 | c2cA Bdfd | (3BdB GB (3AcA FA | G2GF G2 ||