One recording of a tune named
The Rakes Of Kildare
With a tune named
Father O’Flynn

The Rakes Of Kildare (jig) is also known as The Barn Door, The Barndoor, Cum Y çhenn Oanrey çheh, Cum Yn Çhenn Oanrey Çheh, Cum Yn Shenn Oanrey Cheh, Fagamaoid Súd Mar Atá Sé, Get Up Early, Jim McBride’s, Leave That As It Is, Let Us Leave That As It Is, McBride’s, The Old Barn Door, The Old Barndoor, The Race Of Kildare, The Rake Of Kildare, The Rakes Of Kildare Retreat March.

Father O’Flynn (jig) is also known as At The Top Of Cork Road, At The Top Of The Cork Road, Father O’Flynn, Father O’Flynn’s, Fr. O’Flynn, On The Top Of Cork Road, The Rollicking Irishman, Ten Penny Bit, Top Of Cork Road, The Top Of Cork Road, Top Of The Cork Road, The Top Of The Cork Road, Yorkshire Lasses, The Yorkshire Lasses.

Another Measure: Scottish Country Dance Music From The 1950's, Volume 2 by Adam Rennie And His Scottish Country Dance Quartet

  1. Father O’Flynn
  2. The Rakes Of Kildare
  3. Pet Of The Pipers