One of De Dannan’s early albums, sorry can’t remember the name. There, as in other places, it’s played in A rather than E
The Tailor Small’s
Jackie got this tune from his father, who was a tailor by trade.
De Dannan’s recording
On the classic De Dannan recording Jackie Small’s jig is played in Dm, perhaps because they used a C melodeon. Flowers of Spring and Jackie Smalls sound great played on a one-row melodeon.
Lovely version - just the right timing…
The video makes more sense than the dots for the tune itself only begins to make sense when played against a drone or other suitable harmonic background…
Tailor Smalls jig
Track 8, jigs: “The Trip to Athlone” / “Patsy Geary’s” / “Tailor Small’s”
Whistle player Robert MacGowran & guitarist is Ruairi Kelly
CD: "Basically: Traditional Irish Music Whistle and Guitar"
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Gan Ainm 2
I have absolutely no idea what the name of this tune are either, so I don’t hope it’s duplicate. I have heard this one with De Dannan live At The Embankment 1976 on TG4 played after https://thesession.org/tunes/12442 . If anyone know the name I will be glad.
It’s "Jackie Small’s" https://thesession.org/tunes/489
Thanks for the name Gary, and so it was a duplicate….