Annotation:Jackson's Delight (2)

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JACKSON'S DELIGHT [2]. AKA and see "Glanmorgan House," "Hills of Glenorchy (1)," "Hills of Glenurchie," "Hillside (The)," "House of Glenarkean," "I and my love in the hay all night," "Jolly Corkonian (The)," "My Love she slept in the Hay all night," "My Love in the Morning," "Peeler’s away with my Daughter (The)," "Rakes of Listowel (The)," "Rattling Boys of Paddy's Land (The)." Irish, Jig. The tune is a member of what Bayard describes as the huge "Hillside" family of tunes. O'Neill prints versions as "Hills of Glenorchy (1)" and "Jolly Corkonian," while mid-19th century Irish cleric and uilleann piper James Goodman gives it as "House of Glenarkean (The)" and "Glanmorgan House." The tune appears in Kerr's collection (IV, p. 23) as "Peeler’s away with my Daughter (The)." As "Rattling Boys of Paddy's Land (The)" it is in Fonn (II, 81). Breathnach (1996) finds the titles "My love she slept in the Hay all night" in Westmeath, "I and my Love in the hay all night" from Mrs. Murphy, Glen Collins, "My Love in the Morning" from Cork, the generic title "Jackson's Jig" from Clare and "Rakes of Listowel (The)" from Limerick.

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