Dinny Delaney’s Jig
Lovely tune picked up from the playing of John Carty. He plays it after one of Jogn mcHugh’s jigs on "At it again". Lovely playing John.
Oh yes, apologoies for the over simplification of the tune in the notation but it takes me too long to write it out. have a listen instead. Cheers
Not the Dinny Delaney’s that I know.https://thesession.org/tunes/185/comments
Good reminder of this tune. Haven’t played it for years but it’s the same version as Dafydd that I know.
Harry Bradley recorded this together with Emmet Gill on his latest solo recording, citing Connemara melodeon player Johnny Connolly as the source. It seems to be based on the song of the same title.
I really like that chord sequence the backers do last time through on the B-part: G-B7-Em-C-G. Great stuff!
Repeal of the Union
Sorry, this isn’t what Harry Bradley recorded as Bean Paidín. Please ignore my comments above.
Anyway, here’s John & James Carty playing the jig: http://source.pipers.ie/Media.aspx?mediaId=4866
The tune as written here is a weird version of the tune recorded by Dinny Delaney, and seems fairly unique to John Carty. The more standard version (and that recorded by Delaney) is here: https://thesession.org/tunes/11446
Harry Bradley does indeed play the tune on "The Night-Rambler’s Companion", but again plays the more standard version, coupled with Bean Paidín
Re: Dinny Delaney’s
I’m sure that many get this one confused with Slip Jig.