I don’t like the submitted transcription very much. The transcriber has tried to save time and energy but has only ended up missing important bits of the tune in the B-part.
Here’s a simplified transcription of how it appears on Dervish’s Playing With Fire:
T: Buckley’s Fancy
G2BG dGBG|c3d efgz|G2BG dGBG|ABAG FA (3DEF|
G2BG dGBG|c3d efga|bgga gedB|1 GBAF GBdB:|2 GBAF GABd||
|:~g3a gede|g2bg ageg|~a3b ageg|agbg agef|
~g3a gede|g2bg agef|~g3a gedB|1 GBAF GABd:|2 GBAF GBdB||
is from the flute playing of Fergus McGorman, which your ears can access here:
Buckley’s Fancy, X:6
This version is from Leo Rowsome’s Collection of Irish Music. The tune is related to, but NOT the same tune as, After The Sun Goes Down.
After The Sun Goes Down