Saddle The Pony jig

Also known as Curraig Diamuid Do’n Capall Beg, The Humours Of Glendart.

Saddle The Pony has been added to 3 tune sets.

Saddle The Pony has been added to 77 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Saddle The Pony
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: d3/2e/f ddB | AFA AFA | def ddA | Be/e/e edB |
d3/2e/f ddB | AFA AFA | gg/f/e fdB | AFD DFA :|
|: BF/F/F AD/D/D | FEF AFD | BF/F/F ADA | AFD EFA |
BF/F/F AD/D/D | FEF AFD | gg/f/e fdB | AFD DFA :|
X: 2
T: Saddle The Pony
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: BF/F/F AD/D/D | FEF AFD | BF/F/F ADA | AFD EFA |
BF/F/F AD/D/D | FEF AFD | gg/f/e fdB | AFD DFA :|
|: d>ef ddB | AFA AFA | def ddA | Be/e/e edB |
d>ef ddB | AFA AFA | gg/f/e fdB | AFD DFA :|

Six comments

Saddle Another Pony

This is another tune called Saddle The Pony, I got it from Levey’s Dance Music of Ireland, no.43. The abc I’ve uploaded shows where I play some triplets not in Levey’s dots. I’ll upload the guitar tab to my website shortly, watch this space.

Does anyone know if there are any recordings of this tune?

This tune looks very like Humours of Glendart with the A and B parts reversed. Saddle the Pony is a different jig altogether which interestingly is often played in a set following the Humours of Glendart.

Humours of Glendart

I would agree Bannerman. This is just a version on Humours of Glendart and is not related to Saddle the Pony.

I assume that fact it is called Saddle The Pony in Levey’s means at least one person in the 1850’s when his book was put together knew the tune by that name? Either that or it is a misprint.

“The Humours of Glendart”

Submitted on May 25th 2001 by Jeremy.
https://thesession.org/tunes/45

& this turned around to that ~

X: 2
T: Humours of Glendart, The
T: Saddle The Pony
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: jig
K: Dmaj
|: BF/F/F AD/D/D | FEF AFD | BF/F/F ADA | AFD EFA |
BF/F/F AD/D/D | FEF AFD | gg/f/e fdB | AFD DFA :|
|: d>ef ddB | AFA AFA | def ddA | Be/e/e edB |
d>ef ddB | AFA AFA | gg/f/e fdB | AFD DFA :|