Andy Hehir’s jig

Also known as The Balls Of Liz Carol, The Lads On The Mountain, The Walls Of Liscaroll, The Walls Of Liscarrol, Walls Of Liscarroll, The Walls Of Liscarroll.

There are 15 recordings of a tune by this name.

Andy Hehir's has been added to 29 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Andy Hehir's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmix
dcA GED | AGE D2 E | GEE cEE | GAB c3 |
dcA GED | AGE D2 E | GEE cEE | GED D3 :|
dcd ecA | dcd ecA | GEE cEE | GAB c3 |
dcd ecA | dcd ecA | GEE cEE | GED D3 :|

Five comments

Transcribed from Elizabeth Crotty’s EXCELLENT album. I love it to death. I’m going on a "I like older albums like woah" kick for a bit and oh man… I just need more. I love it. LOVE IT!!!!


On "The Lonesome Touch," Martin Hayes calls this the Garden of Butterflies. I have no idea if that’s an accurate title.

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No, the correct title is "The Walls of Liscarroll": It’s normally played in Edor. Clare musicians sometimes play in a weird key though.

I know this one from the sessions at the Victory Cafe in Toronto, and it’s in O’Neill’s in the wrong key (too many sharps), as The Walls of Liscarroll. I like it with c#s between the d’s in the B part.

This is really a beautiful tune. Mrs. Crotty blows my mind.