Annotation:Scatter the Mud (1)

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X:1 T:Scatter the Mud (1) T:1st Setting M:6/8 L:1/8 R:Jig B:O'Neill's Music of Ireland. 1850 Melodies, 1903, p. 180, no. 966 Z:François-Emmanuel de Wasseige K:Am d|eAA B2{c/B/}A|eAA ABd|eAA B2{c/B/}A|BGG GBd| eAA B2{c/B/}A|eAA ABd|edc BcA|BGG G2:| K:G |:d|gfg efg|fag fed|gfg efg|afd d2d| gfg efg|fag fed|edc BcA|BGG G2:|]

SCATTER THE MUD [1] (Sgaipp an munloc). AKA and see “Eviction (The),” “Harry's Loch,” “Kilfenora Lass,” “Maid of Tramore," "New Glenath (The)," "Noonday Feast (The).” Irish, Double Jig (6/8 time). A Dorian ('A' part) & G Major ('B' part). Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The first part is shared with O'Neill's second setting, “Spatter the Mud [2],” although the second strains differ. Older titles for the tune include William Bradbury Ryan's "Eviction (The)" (1883) and Canon James Goodman's "New Glenath (The)" (mid-19th century). The Kilfenora Ceili Band recorded the jig in the late 1950's as "Harry's Loch."

Renowned County Sligo/New York musician wikipedia:James_Morrison_(fiddler) (1893-1947) recorded the jig in 1925, where it is called "Noon-day Feast" on the label (paired with "Rambles with Rory" AKA "Fasten the Leggin' (1)").

Additional notes

Printed sources : - O'Neill (Music of Ireland: 1850 Melodies), 1903; No. 966, p. 180. Songer (Portland Collection, vol. 2), 2005; p. 180.

Recorded sources : - Columbia 33277-F (78 RPM), James Morrison (1925. As "Noon-day Feast"). Topic 12TS 337, Jack & Charlie Coen - "The Branch Line" (1977).

See also listing at :
Jane Keefer’s Folk Music Index: An Index to Recorded Sources [1]
Alan Ng’s [2]

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