The Smoky Chimney hornpipe

Also known as Ivy Leaf, The Ivy Leaf, The Smokey Chimney.

There are 15 recordings of a tune by this name.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with The Rose Of Drishane (a few times).

The Smoky Chimney has been added to 43 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: The Smoky Chimney
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
(3ABc|dc de fd AF|GF GA BG E2|ef (3gfe cA Bc|de fd AD FA|
dc de fd AF|GF GA BG E2|ef (3gfe cA Bc|df fe d2:|
|:de|fd fg af df|gf ga bg eg|fg af de fd|(3efe (3dcB A2 Ae|
fd fg af df|gf ga bg ef|af (3gfe fd ec|1Ag fe d2:|2Ag fe de fg||
|:a2 ^g2 a3 f|fe ^df e2 c2|B2 A2 B2 ^G2|1EB ^GB A2 (3efg:|2EB ^GB A2 AB||
|:c2 a2 c2 Ac|dB b2 B2 Bc|de f^g ag af|(3efe (3dcB c2 AB|
c2 a2 c2 Ac|dB b2 B2 Bc|de f^g ag af|1(3efe (3dcB A2 AB:|2(3efe (3dcB A2||

Six comments

The Smoky Chimney (hornpipe)

Source: Harrington, Gerry Eoghan O’Sullivan,Paul de Grae\The Smoky Chimney
Transcription: gmp

way to go Gian! great tune from one of my favorite albums.

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Hey i no that!

yeah i learnt this one @ a workshop in Maghery N.Ireland summerschool. but we didnt learn the third part.

lovely tune.

Third Part is from “Kitty O’Neil’s”

Padraig O’Keeffe added third part to "The Smoky Chimney," but he lifted from an old American "sand dance" called after the dancer Kitty O’Neil. O’Keeffe may have gotten it out of one of the several tune books that included the old two-part version of Kitty’s tune, which was later expanded into the seven-part "Kitty O’Neil’s Champion Jig" (aka "Kitty O’Shea").

Re: The Smoky Chimney

This is "Johnston’s Hornpipe" in Koehler

Re: The Smoky Chimney

And "Ivy Leaf" in Ryan’s Mammoth Collection, where it is attributed to Zeke Backus