T: Laoise Kelly's
cAF ~E3 |~A3 cde | deB BAB | gfe ^de=d |
cAF ~E3 |~A3 cde | dfb cea |1 BAG Aed :|2 BAG A2B ||
cee fee | aee edc | ~d3 ede | d2f fed |
cee fee | aee edc | ~d3 ceB |1 BAG A2B :|2 BAG Aed ||
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Laoise Kelly's has been added to 18 tunebooks.
This is from a video of Ernistine Healy playing concertina on the Comhaltas website.
This came up in a discussion recently which led me to post the original version, linked above. It’s been through "the folk process" to arrive at Ernestine’s version.
Does anyone have an alternative anme for the second jig in the set "Port na gCairdeanna" - I know it but can’t remember what as!
Would it be called the Cordal?
Thanks concertinaplayer - that helped - I don’t know the Cordal name (though I know a Julia Clifford’s - another alternate - though it’s JC’s Hornpipe that I play - different again) but the Cordal comments led me to Morgan Rattler https://thesession.org/tunes/2831
Thanks for the link, Kenny. I suppose this setting should really be in the comments section for your earlier tune submission. Interesting to hear the "folk process."
Laoise Kelly’s Jig-Trip to London (by Maurice Lennon) dupication
or duplication even
This is so funny, the version that Ernistine Healy plays, is different than the one Laoise Kelly plays on her album. Laoise Kelly does play "The Trip to London" as it was transcribed when it was first posted here. So that Ernistine Healy’s version is now called "Laoise Kelly’s" is pretty funny, to me anyway. I guess this is how tune names are formed ;)