Dublin Streets slip jig

Also known as The Streets Of Dublin.

There are 3 recordings of a tune by this name.

Dublin Streets has been added to 3 tune sets.

Dublin Streets has been added to 44 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Dublin Streets
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Emin
G2A BGE BGE | F2G AFD AFD | G2A BGE BGE | dcB AGF E3 :|
e2f g2a bge |d2e f2g afd | e2f g2a bge | dcB AGF E3 |
e2f g2a bge | ded d2f afd | gbg faf ege | dcB AGF E3 ||
# Added by hetty .
X: 2
T: Dublin Streets
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Emin
G2A BGE BGE | F2G AFD AFD | G2A BGE BGE | dcB AGF E3 :||
e2f g2a bge | d2e f2g afd | e2f g2a bge | dcB AGF E3 | e2f g2a bge | ded d2f afd | gbg faf ege | dcB AGF E3 ||
G2B E2B BAG | F2A D2A AGF | G2B E2B BAG |1 B/c/dB AGF DEF :||2 B/c/dB AGF E3 ||
g2e g2e edB | f2d dcd fed |1 g2e g2e edB | dBG GBd e2f :||2 gfe fed ecA | B/c/dB AGF E3 ||
E2F G2A BGE | D2E F2G AFD | E2F G2A BGE | BcB AGF E3 :||
eBe e2f gfe | dAd d2e fed | eBe e2f gfe | dcB AGF E3 :||
# Added by hetty .

Eight comments

My interest in ITM started some 35+ years ago relying mainly on books obtained through my local library. I’ve recenly looked back at my earlier collection and this is one of the tunes from it. I regret now not having made a note of its origin, can anyone help? It relates strongly with ‘A Fig for a Kiss’ submitted June 9th 2002 by Josh Kane but is sufficiently different for me to submit it here. The chord structure is almost identical but the arrangement of notes are not.

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Yes! Deirdre’s ‘A’ music is vertually Dublin’s ‘A’ music. I will be putting all three together out of interest. Watch this space!!

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Fancy a Kiss from Deirdre in Dublin

tune no.1 = Dublin Streets
tune no.2 = A Fig for a Kiss
tune no.3 = Deirdre’s Fancy

G2A BGE BGE | F2G AFD AFD | G2A BGE BGE | dcB AGF E3 :||
e2f g2a bge | d2e f2g afd | e2f g2a bge | dcB AGF E3 | e2f g2a bge | ded d2f afd | gbg faf ege | dcB AGF E3 ||

G2B E2B BAG | F2A D2A AGF | G2B E2B BAG |1 B/c/dB AGF DEF :||2 B/c/dB AGF E3 ||
g2e g2e edB | f2d dcd fed |1 g2e g2e edB | dBG GBd e2f :||2 gfe fed ecA | B/c/dB AGF E3 ||

E2F G2A BGE | D2E F2G AFD | E2F G2A BGE | BcB AGF E3 :||
eBe e2f gfe | dAd d2e fed | eBe e2f gfe | dcB AGF E3 :||

Could play each separate tune twice or treat it as a six part slip jig.

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I play "Dublin Streets" in a set with the ubiquitous "Butterfly" slip jig. As a harpist, I find slip jigs easier to play at speed than reels, and these two have a nice light bouncy feel to them.

I play "Dublin Streets" in a set with the ubiquitous "Butterfly" slip jig (c)

khutchins, so do I :-). May be, because this couple is really perfect!

I know this tune as "The Streets of Dublin" (Much the same, I know) and have been learning to play a two part version on The Harp.

I’m delighted to find the six part version here and I’ll likely add it to my repertoire for fiddle and mandolin too. Not that I keep lists or anything like that but you know what I mean. ;-)