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from the Petrie Collection ca 1840 - MIDI Kitty Magee- Traditional Irish Jig, the ancient and perhaps the oldest known version - MIDI Lament for Charles Mac Cabe, by Irish harper Turlogh O'Carolan MIDI - multitrack Lanagan's Ball - Irish jig, without the lyrics MIDI Lark in the Morning - Irish Double jig in E minor - Dorian - MIDI Loch Lavan Castle - Irish reel (and perhaps Scottish also) becoming Americanized MIDI Mac Allistrum's March - Irish / Scottish March (funeral march for Alisdair Mac Allistrum, a Scot killed while fighting against English Parliamentarian forces under Lord Inchequin in Ireland in the 1600's) MIDI Maggie in the Woods - Irish polka - MIDI Maid Behind the Bar - Irish Reel, and a good session tune - MIDI Merry Men - 18th Century jig and 6/8 fife march, "Merry Men Home from the Grave" - MIDI Merrily Kiss the Quaker's Wife - Irish jig, three part double jig, in G - MIDI Minstrel Boy to the War Has Gone - Irish/Everywhere, Thomas Moore 1800's - MIDI Monaghan Jig, The - Three part Irish double jig - multitrack MIDI Mooncoin Jig - Irish Double jig in A mixolydian - MIDI Mr.
Grimgruffinhoff - Irish 18th centuryhumorous song, 6/8, Key of C, with lyrics - MIDI Munster Cloak - Irish 16th/17th century harp tune, Key of G, with a harmony part - MIDI - MIDI Melody My Wild Irish Rose - actually American.
Petrie, Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Miss Randon's Dance John & Andrew Gow, Scottish - 18th/early 19th Century - in Am duet with a bass part for piano, cello, bass - MIDI Mr.
Burns - MIDI Avenging and Bright - Irish, Thomas Moore song, early 1800's - MIDI Ballykeel Jig, A fast driving Irish jig that goes from D mixolydian to D ionian mode - MIDI Banks of Inverness, Celtic - Irish, with Scottish associations - MIDI Banshee - or Mac Mahon's - Fast Irish reel, with a minor key bridge - MIDI Battle of Aughrim, Irish, after the battle in the 1690's Jacobite wars.
Also used in the 2013 film "The Lone Ranger", along with the "William Tell Overture" - MIDI Blackbird MIDI Blarney Pilgrim, Irish Jig, a great three part jig - MIDI Bolt the Door (Jack's Health) - Two part Irish Jig - MIDI Bonaparte Crossing the Alps - Irish, Scot, American - MIDI Boys of Wexford, Irish March, 19th Century, and perhaps 1798(?
- MIDI Auld lang syne - Scottish - Robert Burns - the familiar tune. - MIDI Auld lang syne - Scottish - Robert Burns - a less familiar tune - MIDI Banks of Spey - Scots - One of the great William Marshall strathspeys from the 1700s - MIDI Battle of the Kegs/Maggie Lawder - Scottish, as Maggie Lawder-American Rev War, as ................................. 1743-5, and a good wedding song - MIDI Dainty Davie - Scottish song in 6/8 - Indelicate lyrics - Burns song - MIDI De'il Amang the Taylors, (Devil Among the Tailors), the Scottish ancestor of Devil's Dream - MIDI Donald Dhu - Scottish, song - 18th Century MIDI Faery Dance, by legendary Scottish fiddler Niel Gow - Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Fairly Shot on Her, 18th century Scottish/northern English 64 bar jig.
Francis Hopkinson's "Battle of the Kegs" - MIDI Bedding of the Bride - 18th/19th century Scottish dance tune, from Simon Fraser - MIDI Bonnie Annie, by 18th century Scottish fiddler Daniel Dow, reel, playable as strathspey - MIDI, arranged as strathspey, then as a reel - multitrack Campbell's Farewell to Redcastle - Scottish, Americanized to a reel MIDI Carlin's Daughter (Carlin Is Your Daughter Ready), Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Catch and Kiss the Romp - Scottish Reel - MIDI Charlie Is My Darling - Scottish Jacobite Song about Bonnie Prince Charlie, in Dm - MIDI Charlie Is My Darling Em - Scottish Jacobite Song about Bonnie Prince Charlie, in Em - MIDI Charlie Is My Darling with bass - Scottish Jacobite Song about Bonnie Prince Charlie, in Dm, bass line - MIDI Charlie Is My Darling Em with bass - Scottish Jacobite Song about Bonnie Prince Charlie, in Em, with bass - MIDI Colonel Mc Bain's Reel - Scottish, Robert Bremner 1769 - original Key of G minor, three partswith dance instructions- MIDI Colonel Mc Bain's Reel in Dm- Scottish, three parts set in Dm mixolydian (C key signature) Robert Bremner 1769 - - MIDI Come O'er the Stream Charlie, Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Croagh Patrick, (also Haste to the Wedding) Scottish, 18th Century - two parts plus bass - MIDI Cuckoo, (the Cuckoo) American and British Isles traditional song, instrumental, in A minor - MIDI Cuckoo's Nest, American, British, Scottish, Irish traditional fiddle tune/song in D and D mixolydian- MIDI Da Mihi Manum - "Give me Your Hand" old harp air by Rory Dahl O'Cathain c. Plays like a 16 bar jig with three extra variations - MIDI Farewell to Whiskey - Scottish - Niel Gow's lament, now often played as a reel MIDI A Fig for a Kiss, A very nice 9/8 in E minor from England, Scotland and Ireland - MIDI Firth of Cromartie, John & Andrew Gow, Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Gaelic Air, a Highland air collected by P.
(However, it just might have been composed for an English ballad opera.) MIDI Irish Washer Woman, Murphy's - Irish jig, with a bass line - version from Murphy's Collection of 1809, with some more modern parody lyrics MIDI Jackson's Morning Brush - 18th century Irish jig, by Walker Jackson, the "piping rector".