Lovely tune - is this your own?
I think the end of the high part is not perfect yet - so I add to the traditional process of transformation:
(3fga f ege|d2e fz:|
This is an old trad tune. It’s in O’Neill’s.
A comment from feadogboy would have been nice.
This is O’Neill’s version (from the oldmusicproject.com)
d/2B"^Segno"||cAF G2G|ABc AdB|cAF GFG|Ade fed|
cAF G2G|ABc AdB|cAF GFG|Adc d2"^Fine"||
g|fed efg|ecc gcc|fed efg|age d2(d/2e/2)|
fed efg|eccgcc|faf (e/2f/2g)e|d2e "^Dal Segno al Fine"fed|]
a lovely jig
We did indeed learn this from O’Neill’s, while searching for tunes having to do with Ballinamore. Ballinamore, Co Leitrim was where fiddler Ed McDermott hailed from, our first introduction to "the pure drop"
As swisspiper notated, the more we played it, the further it got from the "canonical" version.
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I got this lovely jig from Joe Derrane’s playing on the recording The Boston Edge. Joe claims he "picked it up over the years". In his notes, he says he does not know the name of the tune.
The Boys Of Ballinamore, X:3
Setting in D major from Joe Derrane’s playing on The Boston Edge.
Boys of Ballinamore
This is certainly the same jig as the Boys of Ballinamore. Derrane plays this one in D major, and the usual settings (e.g., O’Neill’s) are in D mixolydian.