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Irish tunes for the Scottish and Irish war-pipes / compiled by William Walsh, Chicago ; arranged by David Glen, Edinburgh

The Irish Nation, air — Norin ni Cullinan (Little Nora Cullinan), march — Fainne geal an lae (The Dawning of the day), air — Fear an marsad (The marketman), air — Gillespie’s, hornpipe — The rambler’s rest, (Tie the bonnet), reel — Rocky road to Dublin, jig — One before we go, march — Kiss me sweetheart, air — How much has she got, jig — Three little drummers, (The tenpenny bit), jig — The black haired lass, reel — Cealleachin Fionn (Little Kelly the fair haired), air — The soldiers’ joy, hornpipe — Scatter the mud, jig — Dan Roger’s favourite, jig — The humours of Tralibane — The Templehouse reel — Rory O’More, jig — Nell Flaherty’s drake, jig or quickstep — Costla Bay, reel — Brian Boru’s, jig — County Down, jig or quickstep — Paddy Whack, jig — Larry Grogan, jig — Cameronian rant, reel — Wearing of the green, air — The peeler and the goat — The highway to Dublin, jig — The Yorkshire bite, reel — The Home Rule, jig — Skiver the quilt, jig — The Morgan rattler, jig — Maid on the green, jig — Paddy’s farewell to America, jig — The devil in Dublin, jig — The steam boat, jig — Saddle the pony, jig — Paddy Carey, jig or quickstep — The mysteries of Knock, jig — Will you come home with me, jig or quickstep — The green garter, reel — The merry harriers (The cup of tea), reel — Jimmy’s return (Dunrobin Castle), reel — Gramachree Molly, air — The spirits of whisky, jig — John Roy Stewart, reel — The thatcher, jig — The gallant Tipperary boys, march — Miss Kelly’s, Reel — Johnny the jumper, jig — The mountaineers’ march — The knee buckle, jig — The rakes of Irishmen (The ranting rake), jig — The boys from Mullingar, air — James O’Neill’s, Quickstep — Dandy Denny Cronin, reel — The flowing bowl, reel — The green linnet, reel — Mickey by the fireside, reel — The Gallowglass (Niel Gow’s lament for his brother), jig — Wasn’t she fond of me, jig or quickstep — The Land League, jig — Black eyed Biddy (John Campbell of the Bank) (The Linlithgow march) (The rock and a wee pickle tow), march — Skin the peeler, jig — Rakes of Mallow, quickstep — Seo slainte do’n piobaire (Here is good health to the piper) (The piper’s maggot), air — An cailin deas donn (The pretty brown girl), jig — Cahirsaveen (Cahirciveen) (Cumberland crew), air — Garry Owen, jig or quickstep — Grandfather’s pet, air — The fisherman’s frolic (Argyll is my name), air — The girl from Ireland, jig — Huish the cat, jig or quickstep — Condon’s frolics, jig or quickstep — The butchers’ march — The minstrel boy, air — Billy Barlow, jig — Fasten the leg in her, jig — Oh, dear what can the matter be, air — Kitty Quinn, air — The night cap, air — The night cap — The last rose of summer, air — Last rose of summer, air — The sporting boys, jig — Deoc an doruis (The parting glass), air — The rushy mountain, air — McDonnell’s rant, jig — Bean a tigh air tar (The woman of the house in the centre), reel — Holland is a fine place, air — Brian Boru’s, march — Big Dan O’Mahony (Fingal’s weeping), hornpipe — Helen O’Grady, jig — Domnall na greine (Donald of the sun) (Thady you gander), jig — The merry soldier, hornpipe — Rocky road to Dublin, jig — The red fox, air — Mrs Macleod of Raasay, reel