I'm a Man in Myself Like Oliver's Bull (1)

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I'M A MAN IN MYSELF LIKE OLIVER'S BULL [1]. AKA and see "An Chailleach is a Ceag ar a Gualainn," "Kitty's Ramble," "Kitty's Rambles," "Rambles of Kitty )(The)," "Kitty's Rambles to Youghal," "Heart of My Kitty for Me," "Heart of My Kitty (The)," "Heart of My Kitty Still Warms to Me," "Murray's Maggot," "Linehan's Rambles," "Strop the Razor (1)," "Cobbler (2) (The)," "Dan the Cobbler," "Ladies Triumph (3) (The)," "Young Ettie Lee." Irish, Jig. D Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Joyce (1909) explains that the Olivers were the local landlords of his boyhood home in County Limerick around 1840-1850. At that time the name of the tune was quite a common saying among the locals, and was applied to a confident, self-reliant person.

Source for notated version:

Printed sources: Joyce (Old Irish Folk Music and Songs), 1909; No. 88, p. 46.

Recorded sources: See also listing at:
Alan Ng's Irishtune




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