From the playing of Ciaran Tourish. Dancers I know love this tune because the rhythm of the first section brilliantly complements the footfalls of a soft-shoe jig step.
A great modal tune, not in D Major but in G hypolydian.
This lovely jig was already posted: https://thesession.org/tunes/469
It’s not G hypolydian, it’s D hypolydian aka D MAJOR.
What are you, ancient Greek? c’mon. At least advance to the middle ages and call it Ionian.