Kinda surprised this one isn’t already here, but my quick search came up dry, so maybe it isn’t. Anywho, although I play it a bit differently, this is the second of the Paddy Taylor jigs that would get played in a set around my local sessions. The first Paddy Taylor’s jig is this one: https://thesession.org/tunes/2719
Yeah I was surprised it wasn’t here as well, but I did as many little ABC searches as I could and it threw up nothing, but it’s such a good tune it really should be here. The three dotted crotchets in the first couple of bars mean you should never have to play this the same way twice! There’s millions of options for them.
Paddy Taylor’s Jig
James Kelly play this one on his "Capel Street" Tape and he also calls it "Paddy Taylor’s".
Confusion with a different tune…
On the Catherine McEvoy album, the tune labelled "Paddy Taylor’s" is a reel in D, not this tune. That same tune is on the last set on Tara Diamond’s album Seanchairde and is listed as "Little Katie Taylor."
They are both great tunes, but they are not the same.
There are at least 3 reels and 2 jigs known as "Paddy Taylor’s", and the only way to link a tune to a recording when confusion occurs is to do it in the "Comments".
Paddy Taylor’s No. 2
The second of Paddy’s two well-known jigs.
Also played in Amaj…
…by Finbarr Dwyer, on the ‘Pure Traditional’ / ‘Kitty’s Rambles recording’.
Already here: https://thesession.org/tunes/5430
Paddy Taylor’s, X:4, in Amaj
As played by Finbarr Dwyer with "John Dwyer’s" (‘Return to Burton’) on ‘Traditional Irish Accordion’
This seems to be quite a different tune to the usual Amix Paddy Taylor’s no2, and neither is it the Dmaj jig transposed.
It should probably have its own page…
Does it have another name?
T: Paddy Taylor’s
AG| |E3 ~d3 |Bee Bcd |BcA GED | B,CA, EDE |
EeB ~d3 |efe ded |BcA GED | EDE A2 :||
e | ~c2A BAG |ABA GED |B,CA, EDE | ABA GED |
~c2A BAG |EAA GAB |cBA Bed | BAG A3|]
ed | cEE BEE | ABA GED | B,CA, EDE |ABA GED |
~c2A BAG |EAA GAB |cBA Bed | BAG (A ||"last time"A6)|]
Re: Return to Burton Road - correction
Just to clarify (!), on ‘Traditional Irish Accordion’, the jig set on track 12: i) John Dwyer’s ("Finbarr Dwyer’s Favourite") https://thesession.org/tunes/1159 followed by: ii) Paddy Taylor’s, as transcribed above in setting #4
‘The Return to Burton Road’ is actually one of Richie Dwyer’s jigs, and Finbarr plays it on ‘Accordion Music from the Soul’, track 2, https://thesession.org/tunes/2055
along with ‘The Road South West.’
Paddy Taylor’s, X:3
From the Norbeck version
Re: Paddy Taylor’s
Oops, added that before I saw this was a dup. Adding on the other one.
Paddy Taylor’s, X:5
From the Norbeck version, which has it in Dmix.