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  • ...ipe teacher and pipe-maker William Gunn's '''Caledonian Repository of Music''' (1848), where "Sweet Molly" is given as an alternate title. The reel appears in Northumbrian musician William Vickers’ 1770 m
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  • ...nnet Makers of Dundee (The)]]” in his 1757 collection. The tune first appeared under the title “Sweet Mally” in Glasgow musician and publisher James Aird’s first volume of his '''Selection''' (1782)
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  • ...exact same tune appears in the c. 1840 music manuscript of Yorkshire fiddler Lawrence Leadley as "[[Molly Maloney]]." Perlman (1996) believes the third part (printed in his collection), collected in Prince ...0.us.archive.org/19/items/JosephSamuels-TheLandOfSweetErin1921EdisonCylinder/JosephSamuels-TheLandOfSweetErin1921edisonCylinder.mp3]<br>
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  • '''MOLLY MY DEAR''' (Maire a Run). AKA - "Ó Máire Dhlis," "O! Molly Dear," "[[O Molly My Dear]]." Irish, Air (3/8 time). G Major (most versions): F Major (O'Flannagan). Standard tuning ( ''O Molly my dear, I hear you're getting a man.''<br> ''For in spite of them all, sweet charming Molly, you're mine!'' ... (O'Sullivan/Bunting)<br>
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  • ...or-note the same as Yorkshire fiddler Lawrence Leadley's version, albeit under the title "[[Land of Sweet Erin]]," however, the tune is best-known as the Irish jig "[[Kinnegad Slashers (The)]]."
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  • '''MOLLY McCARTHY''' (Maire Ni Mic Cartaig). AKA - "Mollie McCarthy." Irish, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning ( ...eman and fiddler James Kennedy, born in Ireland the early 1860's. O'Neill described his playing as "sweet and expressive, as far as time and tone are concerned" ['''Irish Minstrels and Musicians''', p. 368]
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  • ...7) (The)]]," "[[Polly's Reel]]," "[[Ranting Widow (The)]]," "[[Short Way to Heaven (A)]]," "[[Sweet Molly (1)]]," "[[Tap House (The)]]," "[[Tap Room (The)]]," "[[Youngest Daughter (1) (The)]]." Scottish, Re Kerr ('''Merry Melodies, vol. 1'''), c. 1875; p. 6 (as "Sweet Molly").
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  • ...KERS OF DUNDEE, THE'''. AKA and see "[[Burnt Leg (The)]], "[[Corby and the Pyett (The)]]," "[[Sweet Molly (2)]]." Scottish, Reel or Strathspey. E Minor (Bremner). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Dundee was ...he Corby and the Pyett" (The Raven and the Magpie"). Aird (1785) and Kerr (1887) print it as "Sweet Molly." The melody appears in the music manuscripts of Long Island, New York, painter and fiddler William
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  • ...onnet Makers of Dundee (The)]]" and in Aird ('''Selections''', 1782) and Kerr (c. 1887) as "[[Sweet Molly]]."
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  • ...Irish ''Mall (Máire) Ruadh'', or Red (haired) Mary. This was a pipe tune written in praise of Miss Molly Roe, the daughter of Mr. Andrew Roe of Tipperary. The ten verses of the song attached to it were com ''The queen of all toasts—Molly Roe.''<br>
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  • ...amey (who played it as a strathspey) and was recorded by Joe MacLean (as a reel). See also "[[Sweet Molly (2)]]."
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  • '''LIFE OF MAN [2].''' AKA and see "[[Hopetoun House]]," "[[Sweet Mally]]," "[[Sweet Molly (1)]]" "[[Youngest Daughter (1) (The)]]." Scottish, Reel. E Dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB.
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  • ...Barrel]]," "[[Scotch Maggie]]," "[[Scotch Bonnet (The)]]," "[[Short Way to Heaven (A)]]," "[[Sweet Molly (4)]]," "[[Tap House (The)]]," "[[Tap Room (The)]]," "[[Youngest Daughter (1) (The)]]." Irish, Reel.
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  • ..."[[Baintreach na Radaireacht]]," "[[Youngest Daughter (1) (The)]]," "[[Hopetoun House]]," "[[Sweet Molly (4)]]," "[[Tap Room (The)]]," "[[Cock Your Pistol Charlie (2)]]," "[[Captain Murray's Reel]]," "[[Po
    776 bytes (102 words) - 16:37, 1 February 2014
  • ...Barrel]]," "[[Scotch Maggie]]," "[[Scotch Bonnet (The)]]," "[[Short Way to Heaven (A)]]," "[[Sweet Molly (1)]],” "[[Tap House (The)]]," "[[Tap Room (The)]]." Irish, Reel. E Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle
    2 KB (330 words) - 15:53, 1 April 2017
  • ...ain Murray's Reel]]," "[[Gooseberry Blossoms]]," "[[Polly's Reel]]," "[[Tap Room (The)]]," "[[Sweet Molly (1)]]," "[[Mountain Lark (7) (The)]]," "[[Youngest Daughter (1) (The)]]," "[[Hopetoun House]]," "[[B
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  • ...1922, No. 320) where he notes the tune was first published by Robert Bremner in c. 1760. “[[Sweet Molly (4)]]” is O’Farrell’s title in his '''Pocket Companion''', and the name in the mid-19th centur
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  • ...h. D Major (most versions): C Major (Howe). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB (Howe, O'Farrell): AABC (Sweet): AABBCC (Kerr, O'Neill). The tune was first published in the third volume of O'Farrell's '''Pocket ...African''' (1793), although there was no music in the play. Yorkshire fiddler Lawrence Leadley's "[[Molly Maloney]]" is almost note for not the same tune as 'Kinnegad'. Multi-instrumentalist John Rook, of W ...d Strays of Gaelic Melody'''), 1922; No. 237b. '''Ryan's Mammoth Collection''', 1883; pp. 93 & 105. Sweet ('''Fifer's Delight'''), 1964/1981; p. 30.
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  • ...(fiddle). AB (Bronner, O'Neill): AABB (Aird, Johnson/1983, Kerr, Linscott, O'Brien, Russell, Ruth, Sweet, Seattle/Vickers, Wade): AABBCC (Johnson, Karpeles, Kennedy, Raven). Bayard (1981) wrote that the ti ...e in the North-West (England) morris dance tradition. See also the tune under the name “[[Romping Molly]]” in Shaw’s '''Cowboy Dances''' (1943). Bruce Olson gives a good history of the song at the Dig Sweet ('''Fifer's Delight'''), 1964/1981; p. 56.
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  • ...gular. "Old Mother Flanagan" is a derivative of the Irish reel that goes variously by the names of "Molly Brannigan/Brallighan" (often with an accompanying adjective--'charming', 'pretty', etc.); see note f ''Recorded sources'': <font color=teal>Bay 727, "Kenny Hall and the Sweet Mills String Band." Ghe Records GR1001, Mike Cross - "Child Prodigy" (1979). Marimac AHS #3, Glen Sm
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