Ballinara Ora jig

Also known as Ballinamona Ora.

Ballinara Ora has been added to 5 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Ballinara Ora
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
F |"D"D3/2E/D "Bm"d3/2e/f |"Em"e3/2d/B "D"d2 f |"A"e3/2d/c "G"Bcd |"D"AFD "A"E2 F |
"D"D3/2E/D "Bm"d3/2e/f |"Em"e3/2d/B "D"d2 f |"A"e3/2d/c "G"Bcd |"D"AFD "A"E2 E |
"Em"B3/2G/E E3/2G/B |"Em"B3 G2 G |"D"A3/2F/D D3/2F/A |"D"A3 F2 E |
"Em"B3/2G/E E3/2G/B |"A"e3 c3- |"A"c2 F "D"dAF |"A"GEC "D"D2 z |
X: 2
T: Ballinara Ora
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
DS|:DED dcd|edc d2f|edc Bcd|[1ABG F2A:|2ABG FAA||
BGE EGB|B3G3|AFD DFA|A3F3|
BGE EGB|e3 c2c|dAF GEC| D3-D2 DS|

Two comments

The Lass Wi a Tocher

The Robert Burns song "The Lass Wi a Tocher" uses this tune which I believe is Irish. I cannot find it online anywhere so have transcribed this from a recording.

Ballinara Ora, X:2

From "Flowers of Irish Melody", Belfast 1848, as "Ballinamona Oro", but the Irish title would probably be "Baile na Móna Óró". Ballinamona/Baile na Móna is the name of at least two villages in Ireland, one in Co. Cork and one in Co. Wexford. The name means "Town of the bogland/moor".