You’ll find a version of this tune in Johnny O’Leary’s book ‘Of Sliabh Luachra. Page 61, tune no. 105.
It is also called O’Keefe’s in the book.
It is paired, on one of Johnny’s records, with the Londonbridge Hornpipe.
Pretty much a G version of "An Gasur Mor".
Sure is - thanks errik.
“An Gasur Mor”
Key signature: D Major
Submitted on January 31st 2005 by errik.
The three-part version of this tune, published as "The Waterford Hornpipe" in one of the early 19th-century O’Farrell tunebooks, is older than the four-part version pubshed by Francis O’Neill as "O’Dwyer’s." Three-part versions survived in Sliabh Luachra and in Donegal (see "An Gasur Mor" from Johnny Doherty). P.W. Joyce had it as "Prime’s" in one of his books.
By the way, to make it a four part hornpipe, the third part that is inserted is:
dc|BcAB G2 AG|FGEF D2 dc|BcAB G2 Bd|egfa gedc|BcAB G2 AG|FGEF D2 dc|BdBG AcAF|G2 GF G2|
O’ Dwyer’s Hornpipe played by John Rea, a hammered dulcimer player from Northern Ireland, who died in 1983.