This is supposed to be in 6/8 time, I’m not sure why the sheet music says 12/8. Also, the C in the 6th bar (or the 3rd, on the sheet music in 12/8) should be a C#. I corrected the ABC’s. Please bear with me, as it is the first tune I have posted!
I changed it to 12/8 because it was clearly a slide.
Just clarifying the time signature here ~ ‘feel the force’, in this case the clear 12/8 phrasing, a time signature which emphasizes the four beat phrasing and helps clarify within the bar that nice flow and swing typical of slides, as well as that usual ‘bump-ty bump-ty’ or | N2 N N2 N ~ | ( N = a generic ‘note’ or wild card )…
Gin Ainm Single Jig
This is tune 31 in PW Joyce’s Ancient Irish Music collection (1873). Title unknown by Joyce, who commented as follows:
"This spirited tune has remained in my memory since I was a child; and I could hardly help learning it, for it was a general favourite with fiddlers, pipers, and dancers."
Anyone recognize it?
It seems vaguely familiar. I wouldn’t be surprised if it turns out to be Scottish.
This tune is in O’Neill’s DMI as #397, written in 6/8 though its slidish side !
The jig version of this is already here as The Trip to Galway https://thesession.org/tunes/4269
Come In From The Rain, X:3
The jig version has a few settings in Dmin, so, here’s one for the slide.
Come In From The Rain, X:4
A few more alternatives.
Come In From The Rain, X:5
Closer to the original setting, with runs going into the each of the repeats for the A & B Parts.
This is the tune which follows "Tommy Gaffey’s" on Paul Smyth’s CD "Paul Smyth" (https://thesession.org/recordings/5101) (see https://thesession.org/tunes/12410). Paul turns it into a graceful little tune with nicely varied rolls, short rolls and cuts. If anyone knows it by another name, please comment here.
Jack Coen’s - Duplicate
This is "Come In From The Rain":