Mary Ann Pierson’s jig

Mary Ann Pierson's has been added to 5 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Mary Ann Pierson's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Ador
|: e2f g2f | e2f g2e | d2B G2B | d2B G2d |
e2f g2f | e2f g2e | d2B GAB | A3 A2z :|
|: A2B cBA | d2B G2A | B2A A>BA | GAB A2z |
A2B cBA | d2B G3 | e2e d2B | A3 A2z :|

One comment

Irish?

Tell me this isnt a heck of a good little jig… It came fom the fiddling of Mary Ann Pierson back in the 1930’s I lbelieve… in the state of Pennsylvania… and was taken down by my main man… Sam Bayard.

Bayard related the tune (in his ethnomusical expertise) to be a relative of "Peeler and the Goat", but he obviously was off his musical rocker with that comment. (He wasn’t always right…)