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X:1 T:Sean Hayes R:Barn Dance M:2/2 L:1/8 B:James Morrison - "How to Play the Globe Accordion Irish B:Style" (1931, No. 28, p. 25) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:D A,2|F4 G>FG>B|A2d2 dcB>A|F4 G>FGB|E6A,2| F4 G>FG>B|A2 d2f2e2|d>AF>A B>GE>C|D6|| (3dcd|e2d2 F3d|c2B2 E4|C>DE>F G>AB>c|(3efe (3dcB A2 (3dcd| e2d2F3d|c2B2 E4|C>DE>F G>AB>c|(3dcd f>e d2:|]

HAYES' FAVOURITE. AKA - "Sean Hayes'." Irish, Barndance (2/2 time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. "Hayes Favorite" was recorded in 1936 in New York by the great Sligo fiddle player James "The Professor" Morrison (who paired it as the following tune to "Belle of the Ball (2)"). Sean Hayes led a music-hall dance band in the United States in the 1930's.

Additional notes

Printed sources : - James Morrison (How to Play the Globe Accordion Irish Style), 1931; No. 28, p. 25.

Recorded sources : - Coleman Center CD CC004, Phillip Duffy & Kevin Brehony - "The Mountain Road" (1999. Various artists. "A Compilation of tunes popular in South Sligo"). Old Hat Music OH!02, "The Old Hat Dance Band" (1992).

See also listing at :
Alan Ng's [1]

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