One recording of a tune named
The Rakes Of Kildare
With a tune named
The Jolly Beggarman

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.

The Jolly Beggarman (hornpipe) is also known as An Carrowath, An Giolla Ruadh, The Auld Rigadoo, The Beggar Man, The Beggarman, Danny Pearl’s Favorite, Danny Pearl’s Favourite, Gilderoy, Guilderoy, Injun Ate A Woodchuck, The Jolly Beggar, The Jolly Beggerman, The Journeyman, The Little Beggar Man, The Little Beggarman, The Little Beggerman, The Old Rigadoo, The Old Soldier With The Wooden Leg, The Red Haired Boy, The Red Haired Lad, The Red Headed Irishman, The Red-Haired Boy, The Redhaired Boy, The Rigadoo, Thy Redhaired Lad.

All Ages by Green Tea

  1. The Rakes Of Kildare
  2. Red-Haired Boy
  3. Blue-Note Riff