Leitrim Quickstep slip jig

Also known as James Byrne’s, The Leitrim Quickstep, The Periwig Jockey.

There are 10 recordings of a tune by this name.

Leitrim Quickstep has been added to 46 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: Leitrim Quickstep
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
D|:Gzg dBG GFG |EFG A2G FED|Gzg dBG GFG |EFG AGF G2D:|
|:AFD AFD DEF|GAB c3 BAG|AFD AFD DEF|GAB cAF Gz2:|
X: 2
T: Leitrim Quickstep
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
AFD AD/E/F A2 D |[1 G>AB cAF G2 :|[2 G>AB cAd G2 |]
X: 3
T: Leitrim Quickstep
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|: dfa afd dcd | Bcd efd cBA|dfa afd dcd |1 Bcd edc d2A:|2 Bcd edc d3||
|:ecA AcA edc|d2e fef fga|ecA AcA edc|1d2f edc def:|2d2f edc d (3ABc|

Five comments

“The Leitrim Quickstep” ~ somebody has to say something? :-/

X: 2
T: The Leitrim Quickstep
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
R: slip jig
K: G Major
6/8 ~ ?
|: D |\
G2 g dBG GBG | E2 A ABG FED |
G2 g dBG GBG | EE/F/G AFD G2 :|
|: B |\
AFD ADF AFD | GG/A/B cAG FED |
AFD AD/E/F A2 D |[1 G>AB cAF G2 :|[2 G>AB cAd G2 |]

This tune

like this tune! thanks for posting

Harry Bradley’s Tap Room Trio

I found this same music but played in A, the disc of Harry Bradley "Tap Room Trio", with Jesse Smith and John Blake, under the name "James Byrne’s". I have a question, though, does anyone know if the quickstep is a dance form?
Harry Bradley’s version:
X: 41
T:Leitrim Quickstep
T:James Byrne’s (Tap Room Trio - Harry Bradley)
M:9/8
L:1/8
R:slip jig
K:Amaj
|: dfa afd dcd | Bcd efd cBA|dfa afd dcd |1 Bcd edc d2A:|2 Bcd edc d3||
|:ecA AcA edc|d2e fef fga|ecA AcA edc|1d2f edc def:|2d2f edc d (3ABc|

Correction

Correction: in Harry Bradley’s CD this tune is in D