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CLAREMAN'S HORNPIPE. AKA and see "Fáilte Go h-Éirinn," "Hatter's Hornpipe," "O'Mahoney's Hornpipe," "Old Cork Hornpipe," "Peter Wyper's (2)," "Prendville's Hornpipe." Irish, Hornpipe. D Major: G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Frank Roche printed the tune in his Traditional Irish Music, vol. 3 (1927) as "Fáilte go h-Éirinn," while Francis O'Neill included it as "Hatter's Hornpipe" one of his later collections, O'Neill's Irish Music (1915). Denis Murphy and Julia Clifford recorded the tune as "O'Mahoney's Hornpipe." Paul de Grae notes that Josephine Marsh recorded this tune on her first album, calling it "Tony Dalton's" after her source.