This is from the Instruction book that came with my Acorn whistle. It is listed as being traditional. I omitted the ornamentation given in the book, but it’s the usual stuff: separate 2 adjacent same-pitch notes with cuts, replace dotted quarters with rolls.
Whiskey and Beer
The title of this in Cole’s is "Whiskey and Beer".
“Chwisgi A Chwrw” / “Whiskey and Beer” ~ slip jig
"Llodrau Tynn" / "Tight Britches - Breeches"
Key signature: G Major
Submitted on August 20th 2006 by ceolachan.
~ another take on this one but with a different B-part…
what would you use to from c to c#?
“Another Jig Will Do” ~ without repeating the B-part…
T: Another Jig Will Do
R: slip jig
|: ABA A2 G F2 G | ABA AGF G3 | ABA A2 G F2 G | A2 d d2 c d3 :|
A2 g f2 d e2 c | A2 B =c2 d c2 B | A2 g f2 d e2 c | A2 d d2 c d3 |
A2 g f2 d e2 c | A2 B =c2 d c2 ^c | d2 A A2 G F2 G | A2 d d2 c d3 |]
An old friend of mine used to write the name of this tune down like this: ‘another jiggledoo’ which makes the tune much funnier, and gives it an even better reason for playing.
Another Jig Will Do
A related tune, perhaps from the same mould, is a Gan Ainm from the Petrie Collection, in which it is tune #102. The link is https://thesession.org/tunes/9829
this jig is aptly named: Any other jig will do!