Smile of Nancy Barlow (The)

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X:1 T:The Smile of Nancy Barlow M:6/8 L:1/8 Q:"Lively" B:O'Neill's Music of Ireland. 1850 Melodies, 1903, p. 52, no. 297 Z:François-Emmanuel de Wasseige K:Gm G/F/| (D2G) (G2A)|B3 (A2G)|(F2A) (c2A)|(G2F) D2c| (d2f) (c2d)|B3 (A2G)|(F2A) (c2A)|G2G G2|| c| d2d (d2B)|c3 (f2A)|(G2A) (B2A)|(GF2) D2C| (D2G) (G2A)|B3 (A2G)|(F2A) (c2A)|G2G G2(G/F/)|| (D2G) (G2A)|F3 FGA|(B2G) (A2F)|(G2F) D2c| (d2f) (c2d)|B3 (A2G)|(F2A) (c2A)|G2G G2|]



SMILE OF NANCY BARLOW, THE (Smigead Anna Ni Barlaig). Irish, Air (6/8 time, "lively"). G Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB (O'Neill/1915): ABC (O'Neill/1850).



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John Ennis and son Tom, c. 1902

Source for notated version : - "Ennis" [O'Neill]." Piper and flute player John Ennis, was a Chicago policeman and sometimes journalist, originally from Kildare, as active in the Chicago Irish music scene from the 1890s to about 1919, and in New York City in the 1920s. He was president of the Irish Music Club in Chicago around 1905 and contributed some thirty-four pieces to the O'Neill collections.

Printed sources : - O'Neill (O’Neill’s Irish Music), 1915; No. 33, p. 25. O'Neill (Music of Ireland: 1850 Melodies), 1903; No. 297, p. 52.

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