Jerry Daly's Hornpipe (1)
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JERRY DALY'S HORNPIPE  (Crannciuil Diarmaid Ui Dalaig). AKA and see "Bonaparte Crossing the Alps," "Boney over the Alps," "Old Woman's Hornpipe (The)," "Poor Old Woman (1)," "Poor Woman (The)," "Sean Bean Bhocht (An)," "TSeanbhean Bhocht (2) (An)," "Shan Van Vocht (2) (The)". Irish, Hornpipe. A Mixolydian (O'Neill/Krassen): A Dorian (O'Brien, O'Neill/1001). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Bayard (1981) states that the tune was collected in the 19th century and printed in the early 20th century, presumably having found it in Captain O'Neill's collection. Bayard speculates, albeit without directly specifying the evidence, that the hornpipe versions developed from a song air usually known as "Logan Water." Jerry Daly was Francis O'Neill's brother-in-law, the husband of his sister Nancy, who together had a "convivial Irish-born family" and who, following Francis, also emigrated to Chicago.