Ghaoth Aniar Andeas (An)
X: 1 T: An Ghaoth Aniar-Aneas T: The Southwest Wind M: 6/8 L: 1/8 R: jig K: Dmix |: E/F/G |\ A2 A AdB | cAG E2 F | DGG DE/F/G | AGE cGE | AB/A/G AdB | cAG E2 F | D2 G AGE | GED D- :| |: De |\ f2 d edc | Adc A2 e | f2 d ef/e/d | cA^G A2 e | fdd ed/d/d | cAB c2 d | cAG EAG | ED/D/D D- :|
G(H)AOTH ANIAR ANDEAS, AN (The South West Wind). AKA and see "Connie the Soldier," "Coffee and Tea (2)," "Humors of Abbeyfeale," "Jimmy the Tailor," "Cherry Grove Jig," "Old Firm Jig (The)," "Aineen's Double," "Bacach na Cleithe," "Maire Inis Toirc." Irish, Double Jig. D Mixolydian ('A' part) & D Major ('B' part). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. D Dorian ('A' part) & D Dorian/Major ('B' part). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Petrie said the song "Máire Inis Toirc" was sung to this air, though Breathnach states it was not sung to it in Cois Fhairrge at the time he was writing. Petrie also published two setting of the tune, a jig called "Bacach na Cleithe" (obtained from Patrick Coneelly, a piper, in 1840) and a song called "Banish Misfortune."