Rolling in the Barrel (1)

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X: 2 T: Rolling in the Barrel (1) M: 4/4 L: 1/8 Q: 350 S: Luke O'Malley vol 1 Z: Transcribed by Bill Black R: reel K: Edor E2 (3E^DE BE~E2 | dBAF DEFD | E2{F} (3E^DE BE~E2 | dBAd BEE2 | E2 (3E^DE BE~E2 | (3BdB AF DEFD | B,E~E2 BE~E2 | (3BdB Ad BEE2 || e2 (3gfe be (3gfe | d^cdf (3aba fd | e2 (3gfe be (3gfe | dBAd BEE2 | e2 (3gfe be (3gfe | de (3fed adfd | efgb (3aba fe | dBAd BEE2 ||



ROLLING IN THE BARREL [1] (Ag rolladh sa bhairille). AKA – “Roll Out the Barrel.” AKA and see "Blossom of the New Tree (The)," "Fitzgerald's Reel," "Granshaw Glens," "Ladies Tight Dress (The)," "Lord Edward," "Miss Fargherson's New Reel," "Rakes of Abbey (The)," "Short Way to Heaven (A)," "Scotch Bonnet (The)," "Scotch Maggie," "Tap Room (The)," "Bhaintreach na radaireacht." Irish, Reel. D Dorian: E Dorian (Breathnach, Harker/Rafferty, O’Malley). Standard tuning (fiddle). AB (O’Malley): AAB (Breathnach, Harker/Rafferty). Often recorded by County Clare musicians. The tune is related to “Tap Room (The)” (the title P.J. and Martin Hayes use) and “Youngest Daughter (The).” The reel was recorded by Kevin Burke as “Roll Out the Barrel," a name that is often interchangeable with "Rolling in the Barrel", however, although cognate, there are differences in the tunes that warrant separate entries.

See also Quebec versions of the reel under the title "Reel des colons," "Quadrille "Laurier" 6ème partie" and others, usually with parts reversed from "Rolling in a Barrel [1]."


Additional notes
Source for notated version : - the 1960 recording by Paddy Canney and P.J. Hayes [O’Malley]; a 1963 Radio Eireann recording of Clare musicians Paddy Canny (fiddle) and Peadar O’Loughlin (flute) [Breathnach]; fiddler Willie Kelly via New Jersey flute player Mike Rafferty, born in Ballinakill, Co. Galway, in 1926 [Harker].

Printed sources : - Breathnach (CRÉ V), 1999; No. 111, p. 57. Harker (300 Tunes from Mike Rafferty), 2005; No. 58, p. 18. O’Malley (Luke O’Malley’s Collection of Irish Music, vol. 1), 1976; No. 41, p. 21.

Recorded sources : - Belbridge 001, Bobby Casey – “Casey in the Cowhouse.” Claddagh CC60CD, Mary McNamara – Traditional Music from East Clare.” Dublin Records, “All-Ireland Champions—Violin: Meet Paddy Canny and P.J. Hayes” (1960).Green Linnet SIF-1110, Kevin Burke & Dale Ross - "My Love is in America: The Boston College Irish Fiddle Festival" (1991). Green Linnett GLCD 1181, Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill - “The Lonesome Touch” (1997). Green Linnet GLCD 1200, Lunasa – “Otherworld” (1999). Shamrock LP, Paddy Canny & P.J. Hayes - “All-Ireland Champions: Violin.” Spin CD 1001, Eoghan O’Sullivan, Gerry Harrington, Paul De Grae - “The Smoky Chimney” (1996. Learned from East Clare fiddlers Paddy Canny and P.J. Hayes).

See also listing at :
Alan Ng’s Irishtune.info [1]



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