Winter Apples (1)
X:1 T:Winter Apples M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel B:O'Neill's Music of Ireland. 1850 Melodies, 1903, p. 280, no. 1513 Z:François-Emmanuel de Wasseige K:G (3def|!segno!g2 (fd) edBA|GABG AGEF|GFGA BABd|(3efg (af) gfed| g2 (fd) edBA|GABG AGEF|GFGA BABd|(3efg af g2H|| (ef)|(3gab (eg) b2 (ag)|(3fga (df) a2 (gf)|(3gab (eg) b2 (ag)|(3fga (df) e2 (ef)| g b2 b b2 ag|f a2 a a2 gf|(3gag bg (3fgf af| edef gbaf!segno!|]
WINTER APPLES  ("Uballide Geimread" or "Uballa Geimrid"). AKA and see “Boston Rattlers',” "Connemara Stockings," “Hobb’s Favorite,” "Galway Reel (1)," "Kilrush Races." Irish, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. See also P.W. Joyce’s “Typrid Lasses,” a close variant. The "Kilrush Races" title comes from early-mid 20th century Cree, Co. Clare, concertina player Stack Ryan, who heard the tune from a traveling player at Kilrush Races.