Con Cassidy's Jig (2)

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X:1 T:Con Cassidy's (Jig) [2] T:Sit-In Jig M:6/8 L:1/8 Z:Transcribed by Paul de Grae K:G B3 BAB|d2 c A2 F|GAG GFG|B2 A A2 B| c3 cBc|e2 d B2 c|ded cBA|1G3 G2 A:|2 G3 deg|: f2 d def|gfg a2 g|f2 d ded|c2 A A2 g| f2 d def|gfg a2 g|fed ed^c|1d3 deg:|2 ded cBA||

CON CASSIDY'S (JIG) [2]. AKA and see "Crossing the Oily River," "Sit-in Jig." Irish, Jig (6/8 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'. An untitled jig from Teelin, County Donegal, fiddler and storyteller Con Cassidy, named after him by the group Altan due to lack of a formal title. Donegal fiddler Packie Manus Byrne has a version he calls "Crossing the Oily River." The first strain of the tune appears as the first strain of "Sligo Quadrille No. 2", noted as part of a quadrille set in the 1844 music manuscript collection of County Longford musician Thomas M. Kernan.

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Recorded sources: - Green Linnet SIF-1109, Altan - "The Red Crow" (1990). Green Linnet GLCD 3090, Maiaread Ni Mhaonaigh & Frankie Kennedy - "Ceol Aduaidh" (1983/1994). Danny Meehan - "Navvy on the Shore."

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