Cogue in the Evening

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Cogue in the Evening

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 Also known as    Cosa Buidhe Arda Dearga, Yellow Legs
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    Ireland
 Genre/Style    Irish
 Meter/Rhythm    Slip/Hop Jig
 Key/Tonic of    
 Accidental    
 Mode    
 Time signature    9/8
 History    
 Structure    
 Editor/Compiler    James Goodman
 Book/Manuscript title    James Goodman music manuscripts, Vol. IV
 Tune and/or Page number    pp. 4-5
 Year of publication/Date of MS    mid-19th century
 Artist    
 Title of recording    
 Record label/Catalogue nr.    
 Year recorded    


COGUE IN THE EVENING. AKA and see "Cosa Buidhe Arda Dearga," "Yellow Legs." Irish, Slip Jig. 'Cogue' is perhaps 'cogie', a word meaning a drinking vessel. The tune is attributed by collector James Goodman to the famous 18th century uilleann piper Walker 'Piper' Jackson of the townland of Lisdaun, parish of Ballingarry, Aughrim, County Limerick. O'Neill gives the tune as "Yellow Legs."

Printed source: Goodman, vol. 4; pp. 4-5.