Spatter the Dew (2)
X:1 T:Spatter the Dew  M:9/8 L:1/8 R:Slip Jig S:O’Neill – Dance Music of Ireland: 1001 Gems (1907), No. 446 Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:Emin EFE E2F G2F|DED D2B AFD|EFE E2F G2B|AFA dAG FED:| E2B B2F G2F|E2(B B2)G AFD|E2B B2F G2B|AFA dAG FED| E2B B2F G2F|E2(B B2)G AFD|E2B AB^c dcB|AFA dAG FED|| B2e (e/f/ed) e2d|B2(e e2)a fdB|A2(d d2)^c d2B|A2e d2B AFD| B2e (e/f/ed) e2d|B2(e e2)a fdB|fga efg d2A|B2^c A2G FED|| BdB AGA G2F|EFE E2B AFD|BdB ABA G2B|AFA dAG FED| BdB ABA G2F|EFE E2B AFD|B^cd ABc dcB|AFA dAG FED||
SPATTER THE DEW  (Sciap an druct). Irish, Slip Jig (9/8 time). E Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABCD. Melodically, this tune seems to cover much the same ground as the more frequently played slip jig "Kid on the Mountain (1) (The)," albeit it is itself a distinctive tune. Paul de Grae notes that "Spatter the Dew (2)" is related to "Bogadh Faoi Shúsa" in P.W. Joyce's collection, obtained from the Irish music collection of Cork musician and music collector William Forde (c.1795–1850) and that all three tunes cover "similar melodic material, assembled in different ways".
- Paul de Grae, "Notes on Sources to Tunes in the O'Neill Collections", 2017.