This is the basic melody of the tune composed by Conor McCarthy who plays it on a Kincora B/C accordion on the recording "Ace Á Deuce." The notes indicate that the tune was "… named for our home in Barefield."
It’s a nice tune for a C/G concertina, too. This is it with some triplets from the first pass through the tune.
T: The Ballycarroll
=B | cAG (3FGF F | BGF (3EFG C | BGF (3EFG C | FAd cA=B |
cAG (3FAF C | BGF E2C | (3B,CB, D CcB | AFE F2F |
cAG FEF | BGF EGC | BGF EGC | FAd c (3AB=B |
cAG (3FGF F | BGF E2C | (3B,CB, D CcB | AFE F2F ||
fcA (3FGF ^F | GBd GBd | fcA FEF | (3EFG C EGC |
fcA (3FGF ^F | GBd GBd | (3B,CB, D CcB |1 AFE F2F :|2 AFE F3 ||
Hi… I wrote this jig after building a new home in Ballycarroll Barefield Ennis Co. Clare… It was also recorded in The Ivory Stairs (p.oreilly)