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LOGIER'S HORNPIPE. AKA and see "Miss Lacy's," "Old Man Quinn," "Sailor's Hornpipe (8)," "Savin Hill." Irish, English; Hornpipe. D Major (Blackman): G Major (O'Neill). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABBCC. A version of the hornpipe appears as an untitled tune in the 1883 music manuscript collection of Leitrim musician Stephen Grier. Grier was originally from Abbeylara, Granard, Co. Longford, but moved to Bohey in Gortletteragh, Leitrim, where he compiled a massive 1,000 tune manuscript (only a portion of which has survived). See also the related "Old Man Quinn," also from O'Neill, collected by from Chicago Police Sergeant James Early, an uilleann piper. Early had the tune from his fellow piper and elderly relative from Cloone, James Quinn (b. 1805), and the tune was thus named for Early's source.