T: Garrett Barry's
|:(3A,B,C|DEFA GEC2|AGAB cdec|dcAc d3e|(3fgf ed cAGE|
F3A G3c|AGAB cdec|dcAG EAGE|D2DC D2:|
|:(3ABc|dcAc d3e|fagf egfe|dcAB c3d|eg (3fed ecA2|
dcAc d3e|fagf egfe|dcAG EAGE|D2DC D2:|
There are 6 recordings of this tune.
Garrett Barry’s has been added to 4 tune sets.
Garrett Barry's has been added to 25 tunebooks.
This hornpipe version of the well-known jig was learnt off Kevin Burke and Jackie Daly’s classic recording, “Eavesdropper.” The CD doesn’t come with the sleeve notes, so I am not sure where it comes from. Perhaps, it’s their invention. But it sounds like K. Burke is trying to emulate Bobby Casey or Junior Crehan’s playing style on the track, so it might come from Co. Clare.
Nice one, Slainte!
I’m happy to be reminded of this tune. Great for the fiddle, C-whistles, etc.
I’m not so familiar with his history, but did Garret Barry himself come from Clare?
>so it might come from Co. Clare.
Mr. Edigar, have a look at this discussion thread: https://thesession.org/discussions/11490
Hope it helps.
As a keyless flute player myself, I would play this hornpipe in Edor. I’ll post the version in the flute-friendly key, hopefully in a couple of days.
Garrett Barry was a blind piper from Inagh, in between Ennis and Ennistymon, Co. Clare