Fasten the Leggin' (1)
X:1 T:Fasten the Leg in Her  L:1/8 M:6/8 S:O'Neill - Dance Music of Ireland: 1001 Gems (1907), No. 120 Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G d/c/|B2B BAB|GBd gdB|A2A AGA|Bee dBA| B2B BAB|GBd gfg|efg f<ag|fdd d2:| |:e/f/|gag fgf|ede fdB|ABA AGA|Bee dBA| gag fgf|ede fdB|def e<ag|fdd d2:||
FASTEN THE LEGGIN' . AKA - "Daingnig an cos orrti," "Fasten the Leg in Her," "Fasten the Leg on Her," "Fasten the Wig on Her," "Johnny is So Long at the Fair (2)," "Noonday Feast (2) (The)," "Paddy Taylor's Jig (1)," "Port Vincent Hegarty, "Rambles with Rory." Irish, Double Jig (6/8 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB (Tubridy): AABB (Allan, Harker/Rafferty, Mallinson, Mulvihill, O'Neill): AA'BB' (Kennedy, Mitchell). The curious title variant "Fasten the Leg in Her," often used since the melody appeared in O'Neill's under that title, is perhaps a reference to horse racing, but may also be a garbled version (or vice versa) of "Fasten the Wig on Her" or perhaps "Fasten the Legging" (referring to an article of clothing). Of course, many see the title as a double entendre.
The tune was once very popular, and was recorded by famed Irish-American piper Patsy Tuohey on a cylinder in 1919, and in the 78 RPM era by County Sligo fiddler Michael Coleman (1891-1945) in New York (1934, paired with "Wandering Minstrel (The)" and "Coleman's Cross"). James "The Professor" Morrison, originally also from County Sligo, recorded the jig in New York in 1925 as "Rambles with Rory," as the second tune in a medley, paired with "Noonday Feast (1) (The)." As often happens with influential recordings, both tunes in a medley entered tradition with one title (usually the first tune named on the recording), thus "Fasten the Leggin'" has occasionally been referred to as "Noon-day Feast" as well.
"Fasten the Leg on Her (2)" is related in the first strain. See also "Humors of Cork (3) (The)," which is the first two parts of "Fasten the Leggin'" with an additional two parts composed by renowned Isle of Lewis piper Donald MacLeod  (1917-1982).