Annotation:Joe Ryan's Barn Dance

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X: 1 T:Joe Ryan's Barndance M:4/4 L:1/8 R:barndance D:Cherish the Ladies: New Day Dawning Z:Devin McCabe K:A (3EFG |: A2cA E2FD | CDEC A,2Bc | d2c2B2A2 | F4- FdcB | !A2cA E2FD | CDEC A,2Bc | dcdf e2G2 |1 A6 (3EFG :|2 A6 (3efg || |:~a2 ~g2 ~f2 e2 | f2 e2 c3c | d2 c2 B2 A2 | F4- FdcB | !A2cA E2FD | CDEC A,2Bc | dcdf e2G2 |1 A6 (3efg :|2 A6 (3EFG ||

JOE RYAN'S BARN DANCE. AKA and see "Auchadon House," "Auchdon House," "Haughton House," "Kilnamona (The)." Irish, Barn Dance. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. A renaming of the Scottish tune "Auchdon House" from West County Clare fiddler Joe Ryan (d. 2008), who recorded it on his album "An Buchaille Dreoíte." Ryan apparently picked it up in Dublin from a musician who heard it played in the Shetland Islands.

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Recorded sources : - Green Linnet GLCD 1175, Cherish the Ladies - "New Day Dawning." Green Linnet GLCD 1187, Cherish the Ladies - "One and All: the best of Cherish the Ladies" (1998. Learned from a tape of Inagh, County Clare, fiddler Joe Ryan, a cousin of Joanie Madden's mother).

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