Máire na Sop
X:278 T:M\'aire na Sop M:C| R:Reel L:1/8 B:Treoir 1977 N:As played by John Doherty. K:AMin ed | cE E2 cded | cE E2 G2 AB | cE E2 cded |cAGB A2 AB | cE E2 cded | cE E2 G2 AB | cBcd eaed |cAGB A2 || ag | eaag efed | cdef g2 ag |eaag efed | cAGE A2 ag | eaag efed | cdef g2 fg |(3agf (3gfe (3fed ed | cAGB A2 || AB | cded cded |cE E2 G2 AB | cded cded | cAGB A2 AB | cded cded |cE E2 G2 AB | cdeg fded | cAGB A2 |]
MÁIRE NA SOP' (Maire of the wisp). AKA - "Mary o' the Wisp," "Mary O'Wisp." AKA and see "Fintown Reel," "Irish Molly," "Knocknagow Reel," "My Love is Far Away." Irish, Reel. Ireland, County Donegal. A Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABB'CD. The reel was popularized by Donegal fiddler Francie Dearg O'Byrne, although it was also in the repertoire of John Doherty. However, it is most often nowadays known under the title "Scotch Mary." See note for the companion tune "Mol na Tiarna/Moll and Tiarna."