Rolling Wave (1) (The)

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ROLLING WAVE(S) [1], THE. AKA and see "Bill the Weaver's Jig (3)," “Humors of Glenflesk (The),” “Limerick Lass (The)/Lasses,” “Lonesome Jig (1) (The),” “Maguire's Kick," "Maguire's March (2)." Irish, Double Jig. Collector George Petrie (1790-1866) printed the tune as “The rebels' march in 1798,” and P.W. Joyce (1827–1914) gave it as “Rolling Wave (1) (The)” and “Humors of Glenflesk (The),” and notes that in Pigot's book it is linked with “Negus for Gentlemen." O’Neill calls it “Maguire's Kick” and “Ryan’s/Cole's” has it as “The Limerick Lass.” John Williams (on his self-titled solo album) recorded it as “Lonesome Jig (1) (The)."

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Vallely (Learn to Play the Tin Whistle with the Armagh Pipers Club, vol. 3), No. 3.

Recorded sources: - Green Linnet SIF 1041, Kevin Burke - "Portland" (1982). Green Linnet SIF 1101, Kevin Burke - "Playing with Fire: the Celtic Fiddle Collection" (1989).



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