In and Out the Harbor (1)
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IN AND OUT (OF) THE HARBOR . AKA and see "Down with the Mail," "Jenny Tie Your Bonnet," "Kilkee Lasses," "Rambler's Rest (The)," "Tie the Bonnet", "Upstairs in a Tent (1)." Irish, Reel. A Mixolydian/dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). An early version of the reel can be found in the mid-19th century music manuscript collection of D. Curtin of Sliabh Luachra as "A Favourite Reel" (No. 12, p. 5). Brendan Breathnach, in his Ceol Rince na hÉireann III (1985, No. 96)) notes that "In and Out the Harbor" was a County Clare title for this tune. The melody belongs to a family of more or less related tunes that includes: "Cottage in the Grove (2) (The)," "Faraway Wedding (1) (The)," "Gravelled Walks to Granny (The)," "Highland Man that Kissed his Granny (1)," "Jenny Lace your Tight," "Jenny Tied the Bonnet Tight," "Lassie Tie Your Bonnet," "Lassies Tie Your Bonnets," "Lizzie's Bonnet," "Peggy on the Settle." See "In and Out the Harbor (2)" for the tune that is usually played under this title.