O'Dwyer's Hornpipe (2)
X:1 T:O'Dwyer's Hornpipe  M:C L:1/8 B:Darley & McCall - Feis Ceóil Collection of Irish Airs (1914, No. 29) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:C c>GE>G F>AG>F|E>DE>G c>EF>D|E>Gc>B c>BA>G|F>ED>E F>GA>B| c>GE>G F>AG>F|E>DE>G c>EF>D|E>Gc>G A>fd>B|c>Gc>G c4:| |:e>cc>B c>eg>e|d>c (3ABc c>ef>d|e>c (3GAB c>eg>e|d>AB>A G4| A>FF>E F>Ac>A|G>E (3GAB c>ed>c|G>c (3edc A>fd>B|c>Gc>G c4:|]
O'DWYER'S HORNPIPE . AKA and see "Ballymanus Fair," "Blacksmith's Hornpipe (1) (The)," "Blanchard's Hornpipe (2)," "Egg Hornpipe," "Fisher's Hornpipe," "Lord Howe's Hornpipe," "Sailor's Hornpipe (2)," "First of May (2) (The)," "Wigs on the Green." Irish, Hornpipe. C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. A version of the tune best known as the widespread and transnational "Fisher's Hornpipe," although there are numerous other titles including many local and regional titles and "floating" titles that have become attached. The "O'Dwyer's" title appears in a list of tunes in his repertoire brought by Philip Goodman, the last professional and traditional piper in Farney, Louth, to the Feis Ceoil in Belfast in 1898 (Breathnach, 1997).