The Rose Of Drishane hornpipe

There are 4 recordings of a tune by this name.

The Rose Of Drishane has been added to 1 tune set.

The Rose Of Drishane has been added to 21 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: The Rose Of Drishane
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:fe|dA FA de fa|af bf a2 fg|af (3gfe fa gf|(3efe (3dcB A2 fe|
dA FA de fa|af bf a2 fg|af ba ge cd|ed (3ddd df:|
|:fg|a3b af df|g3a g2 fg|(3agf (3gfe fa gf|(3efe (3dcB A2 fe|
dA FA de fa|af bf a2 fg|af ba ge cd|ed (3ddd d2:|
X: 2
T: The Rose Of Drishane
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: fe | dAFA de (3fga | baab a2fg | af (3gfe fagf | (3efe (3dcB A2fe |
| dAFA defa | baab a2fg | afba gecd | eddc d2 :|
|: fg | a2ab afdf | gfaf g2fg | (3agf (3gfe fagf | (3efe (3dcB A2fe |
| dAFA de (3fga | baab a2fg | afba gecd | edec d2 :|

Two comments

The Rose Of Drishane (hornpipe)

Source: "The Smoky Chimney" by Eoghan O’Sullivan, Gerry Harrington, Paul De Grae
Transcription: gmp

The Rose Of Drishane, X:2

This is a really nice Sliabh Luachra hornpipe. It has a bit of a Northumbrian feel, as many of the local hornpipes tend to, but I don’t know of any relations it has. Drishane is near Millstreet in the southern part of the region and is host to a beautiful castle. Interestingly it made it into O’Neill’s (#1631), a testament to its history as it was likely given by Edward Cronin, who would’ve left the area in the 1880’s.

Johnny O’Leary and Denis Murphy turn it over for Seamus Ennis:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYEz71R8J8A


Jack O’Sullivan turns it over as one of two Tom Billy hornpipes:
https://soundcloud.com/thady-quill/rose-of-drishane-owen-osullivans-hornpipes?in=thady-quill/sets/john-osullivan-music-from