I have no provenance for this one.
Might not be duplicated
Sorry, they are not exactly the same. Very similar though.
I checked that one out before I posted the it.I thought that "The Bride’s" was different enough to be a seperate tune.
A nice link slainte and definitely a related tune. Another link to another tune with a similar ‘A’ music is: www.thesession.org/tunes/1153 ‘the Brisk young lads’ also called ‘the Bung in your eye’. I also have this one as ‘Mary the Maid’ ( and also called ‘Bung your eye’) I found this in The Second fiddler’s Tune-book edited by Peter Kennedy in association with the E.F.D.S.S. copyright 1954 and reprinted 1965 and bought for the princely sum of 3 shillings and six pence (sterling).
I frequently use a tune called ‘Hurry the jug’. This also has a very similar ‘A’ music but I like the ‘B’ part very much. I will get round to submitting the ABC for it shortly.
Hurry The Jug
T: Hurry the Jug
K: E min
EFE G2A | BAG FEF | DED FEF | A2d AFD | EFE G2A | BEG FGA | BdB AGF | E3 B3 :||
AFA d3 | def edB | AFA d2A | BAG FED | E2e efg | fed e3 | E2e e2f | g2e feB | AFA d3 | def edB | AFA d2A | BAG FED | EFE G2A | BAG FGA |BdB AGF | E3 B3 ||
These tunes all remind me of Lannigan
Yes! I agree they do have some similarities to Lanigan’s Ball. I wonder which is the ‘mother’ of these tunes. Are there any other offspring?
“The Brisk Young Lads”/”Bung in Your Eye” Hetty’s link linked ~
Key signature: a minor
Submitted on November 24th 2002 by incommunicado.
Many of these tunes are very similar but I also know The Bride’s Jig as Earl of Dunmore or Lord Dunmore.