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Brady’s Set #2

Lucy Farr

6
8

1 2
Brae Riach

6
8

2
1

2
The Braemar gathering
P.M. G.S. McLennan (Scotland)

6
8
Braes of Acklebrie,The. BF11.03
Browne A hand (England)
= 200
2
2

NB

NB
Braes of Auchentyre Reel
3
3
2
4

3
3

3
The Braes of Auchtertyre

tr

tr

tr

tr
Braes of Balwhedar
Braes of Breadalbane
= 128

4
4

Am Am Am Am E Am
Am Am Am Am E Am
C G C G C G Am E
C G C G C Dm E Am
The Braes of Lochiel
Braigh Loch Iall
Scotland

6
8
The Braes of Mar
The Devil’s dead
Scotland

4
4
Brando
Tre Martelli: Omi e Paiz 1b

6
8
Brando
Tre Martelli: Omi E Paiz 1a

6
8

1 2
Brando ’d Gamondi (Andrea Sibilio)
Tre Martelli: Omi e Paiz 1c

6
8

Brandy Bottle (not available here)


England
Branle
France
= 220

2
4

1 2

Branle
AAB Claude Gervaise (France)
= 220
4
4
Branle Bacchanale
France
= 84 ,

, ,

,
Branle Bacchanale
France
= 84 ,

, ,

Branle d’Écueille
Trad. (France)

6
8
Branle de Bourgogne
Jacques Moderne (16th century) (France)
= 200

Branle de Bourgogne
trad
= 210
2
2
Branle de Bourgogne
Jacques Moderne (France)
= 200

Branle de Champagne
AAB Claude Gervaise (France)
= 210
2
4

1 2
Branle de Gouloux
France

6
8

Branle de l’Official
Trad. (France)
= 220
8
2
Branle de la Haye
Trad. (France)
= 220
8
2
Branle de la Montarde
Trad. (France)
= 220
8
2

Branle de la torche
Branle du chandelier
Trad. (France)
= 220
8
2
Branle de Malte.
Trad. (France)
= 150
8
2

Branle de Pierrot
FRANCE
= 150
6
8
Branle de Rat
France

4
4

6
8

Branle de village
trad (France)
= 95
2
4

1 2
Branle de Village
France
= 84
2
4
Branle des chevaulx
Trad. (France)
= 220
8
2
Branle des hermites
France
= 200
8
2

Branle des sabots


Trad. (France)
= 220
8
2
Branle du curé
FRANCE
= 150
2
4

Branle Gay
France
= 100

,
Branle Gay
France
= 84

Branle simple
Jacques Moderne (France)
= 170
4
4
Branle simple
Jacques Moderne (France)
= 150

Branle simple
Jacques Moderne (France)
= 140
4
4
Branle simple
Jacques Moderne (France)
= 180

Branles de villages 1
France

4
4
Branles de villages 2
France

2
4

Branles de villages 3
France

2
4
Branles de villages 4
France

2
4
Branohm 1
= 120
4
4
Branohm 1
Maire Breathnach
= 120
4
4
Branohm 2
Maire Breathnach
= 120
4
4

1 2
Branohm 2
= 120
4
4

1 2
Branohm1 revisited
Maire Breathnach
= 130
4
4
Bransle des lavandières
France
= 200
8
2
Bransle des pois
Trad. (France)
= 120
2
4

= 80

Braw, Braw Lads o Galla Water

4
4
Bre Devojce-Pod Ona
Yugoslavia
= 108
A C Gm C Dm
4
4

C Gm
B C F C

Gm
Bread ’N’ Butter
Ward Allen

2
4

4 times
Bread Street
Taz Tarry

4
4
3

3
Break the Windows. BF11.20
Browne A hand (England)
= 120
6
8
Break Yer Bass Drone
Gordon Duncan
Break Yer Bass Drone
Gordon Duncan
Breeches Full of Stitches

2
4
Breeches Full of Stitches

2
4

Breeches Full of Stitches

2
4
Breeches Full of Stitches

2
4

Breeches Full of Stitches

2
4
Breeches the
trad.

6
8

1 2

1 2

1
Breen’s Reel

4
4
3
3

3 3

3
Brefni O’Reilly
Ed Reavy

2
2
3

1 2

3 3

1 2
Bregovsko
Bulgaria
= 240
A E
6
8

A C Am C

1 2 Am Am

C
C
Bregovsko
Bulgaria
= 240
6
8

1 2
Bremen Waltz,The. CJF.216
England
= 120
p
3
4

Fine f Minore
f D.C.
Brenda Stubbert
Jerry Holland (Cape Breton)
= 200
Am G

4
4

Am

G Em Am Am

Am G

Em Am Am

G Am
G Em Am

Brenda Stubbert’s
Jerry Holland

4
4
Brenda Stubbert’s
Jerry Holland (20th Century Cape Breton)

2
Brenda Stubbert’s
Jerry Holland (20th Century Cape Breton)

2
Brenda Stubbert’s Reel
Jerry Holland, Cape Breton

4
4

2
Brenda’s New Fiddle
Paul S. Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)
= 316
Brenda’s New Fiddle
Paul S. Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)
= 316
Brendan McGlinchy’s
Splendid Isolation
Brendan McGlinchy

4
4
Brendan McMahon’s
Brendan McMahon’s

4
4
Brendan Mulvihill’s Choice
Jerry Holland, SOCAN (20th Century Cape Breton)
= 333
Brendan Tonra’s
Andy McGann’s
Brendan Tonra

6
8
Brendan Tonro’s

6
8
Brennan’s Fancy
Brennan’s
John Brennan from Sligo
Brennan’s Favourite

6
8

variations

2
John Brennan’s
Brest Nots. GS.012
Breast Knots?. GS.012
England
= 240
2
4

Breton 6/4 #2
France
D2 ||
6
4
Breton #6 in G
France

6
4
Breton #6 in G
France

6
4
Breton tune
France

4
4
Breton Tune
Traditional
= 140
4
4
Breton tune
France

4
4
Breugestanz
Trad Yiddish
= 90
2
4
Brezon valse
ABCB

3
4

1 2
Brezon valse - Valse/Walzer/Waltz

3
4

1 2
Brian Borouhme
A Am Am a G

6
8

Am Am Dm
G g F F E7 E7

B
Am C C

G G C

C E7 Am
Brian Boru’s March

6
8

1 2

1 2

1 2
Brian Boru’s March

6
8

1 2

1 2

1 2
Brian Maguire

4
4

2
4

4
4
Brian O’Lynn

6
8
Brian O’Lynn
Trad

6
8
Brian O’Lynn

6
8

1 2

Version 2:

1
2
Brian O’Lynn (2)
= 100
6
8

1.
Tam o’ the linn cam up the gait,
Wi’ twenty puddings on a plate,
And every pudding had a pin,
"We’ll eat them a’," quo’ Tam o’ the linn.

Tam o’ the linn had nae breeks to wear,


He coft him a sheep’s-skin to make him a pair,
The fleshy side out, the woolly side in,
"It’s fine summer cleeding," quo’ Tam o’ the linn.
Tam o’ the linn, he had three bairns,
They fell in the fire, in each other’s arms;
"Oh," quo’ the boonmost, "I’ve got a het skin;"
"It’s hetter below," quo’ Tam o’ the linn.

Tam o’ the linn gaed to the moss,


To seek a stable to his horse;
The moss was open, and Tam fell in,
"I’ve stabled mysel’," quo’ Tam o’ the linn.

2.
Tam o’ Lin’s daughter scho sat on the stair,
And, "wow," quo scho, "Father, am na I fair?
There’s mony ane wed wi an unwhiter skin."
"The deil whorl’t aff," quo Tam o’ the Lin.

Tam o’ Lin’s daughter scho sat on the brig,


And, "wow," quo scho, "Father, am na I trig?"
The brig it brak, and she tummel’d in--
"Your tocher’s paid," quo Tam o’ the Lin.

3.
Tam o’ the Linn was a Scotsman born,
Fa la linkum, feedledum.
He had a cap of a hunter’s horn.
Fa la linkum, feedledum.

The wrong side out, and the right side in,"A very gude cap," quo Tam o’
With my feedledum, &c.

.................
Tam o’ the Linn’s gaen doon to the moss,
Fa la, &c.
Seeking a stable to stable his horse,
Fa la, &c.
The night being mirk, the mare fell in,
"Ye’re stall’d for the night," quo Tam o’ the Linn.

Tam o’ the Linn was no very wise,


Fa la, &c.
He had three shillings and bought a grice,
Fa la, &c.
The grice gaed out but she never came in--
"We’ve lost our grice," quo Tam o’ the Linn.

Tam o’ the Linn and his wife’s mither,


Fa la, &c.
They fell baith in the fire thegither,
Fa la, &c.
Tam being undermost gat a brunt skin,
"Take turn about, mither," quo Tam o’ the Linn.
Brian Quinn’s
Ed Reavy

2
2

3 3

3 3

3 3 3
2
Brian Tobin’s Reel
Emile Benoit
= 120
Briars,The. JC.194
England
= 120

MS includes Dance Instructions.


Bric-a-Brac Schottische. GHW.045
England
= 240
2
4
TRIO
Brickland Races. BF13.061
England
= 180

4
4
Brickmakers,The. JB.32
Brickmaker’s Frolic,The,aka. JB.32
England
= 240
2
4
Brid Harpur’s
G C G
6
8

Am D7 G

C G C G G

C G D7

G C G D7 G
Brid Harpur’s
A D A
6
8

Bm E7 A

D A D A A

D A E7

A D A E7 A
Bridal Jig
G D Em Am G
6
8

D7 G D Em

Am G D7 Em

D Em G D Em Bm

Em D Em

G D 1 Em 2 G
Bride of the Winds
Jim Magill
C G7
6
8

C C G7

C C D7

G7 C C

D7 G7 C
The Bride’s a bonny thing
Shetland

6
8
Bride’s Favorite
O’Brien’s

6
8
The Bride’s Favorite
O’Brien’s

6
8

4
Bride’s Favourite

6
8
Bride’s Favourite
Trad

6
8

1 2

1 2
The Bride’s Favourite

6
8

1 2
The Bride’s march
Shetland

12
8

4
Brides Bells,The. GS.011
England

2
4

cr

cr
Bridge of Athy
Bridge Over the River Ash
= 200
2
8

1 2
= 280
3
4

= 550
2
8
= 280
3
4

= 450
2
8
Bridget’s Mazurka
Jeff McKeen, Liberty ME
D D D
3
4

A D D

G A 1 D 2 D

F m Em A

A D F m Em

A
1 D 2 D
Bridget’s Mazurka
Jeff McKeen, Liberty ME
D D D
3
4

A D D

G A
1 D 2 D

F m Em A

A D F m Em

A
1 D 2 D
Da Brig
Shetland

6
8
Bright Vision
Aisling Gheal

= 80
4
4
3
3

3
Bright was the morning. FK.01
England
= 80
3
4

Bright was the morning cool was the air


Serene was all the sky
When on the waves I left my dear
The centre of my joy
Heaven & nature smiling were and nothing sad but I
Brighton Camp

4
4
Brighton Camp

4
4

3
3

3
Brighton Camp
AABBCCDD
A G G C G

4
4

G D7 G G C

D7 G
B G D7

G D7 G A7 D7

G G C D7

G C G D7 G

G A7 D7 G

G C D7 G
D
G D7 G D7

G G D7

G G C D7 G
Brighton Camp
= 182
4
4
Sa ys my aul’ wan to your aul’ wan
Will ye come to the Wa x ies dar gle?

Sa ys your aul’
Sure I ha ven’t got

wan to my aul’ wan,


a far thing.

I’ll go down to Mon to to w n


To see un cle Mc Ar dle

A nd ask him for


For to go to the Wa

a half a crown
x ies dar gle
Brighton Camp. JC.105
England
= 220
2
4

Song text exists. See Deacon.


Brighton Races
England

2
4
Brighton Waltz. CJF.075
England
= 30
3
8
Brigid Of Knock
Ed Reavy
3
4
4

3
Britain Strike Home

3
4
Britain Strike Home. JWDM.27
Britons Strike Home. JWDM.27
England

3
4
Britain’s
= 180
Britches Full of Stitches
Breeches Full of Stitches

2
4
Britches Full of Stitches
Breeches Full of Stitches

2
4
The Britches Full of Stitches
O! The Britches Full of Stitches

2
4
The Britches Full of Stitches
O! The Britches Full of Stitches

2
4

British Grenadiers

2
4
British Grenadiers

2
4

British Grenadiers

2
4
British Grenadiers
ABB G D G D7

4
4

G G D7 G D7

G
B

Am G D G D

G D G D7 G
British Hero,The. BC.32
England
= 120
**
6
8

The key signature of D major is probably wrong. C major gives a plausi


British Hero,The. BC.32
England
= 120
**
6
8

The key signature of D major is probably wrong. C major gives a plausi


British swing (N. Pignol)
Trad Mag No 42

2
4

1 2

2
Briton Polka. GHW.011
England
= 110
NB
2
4
Briul de la Fagaras
Romania
= 120
A E A
2
4

A D D E

A D E
Briul Pe Opt
Romania
= 112
2
4

1 2

1 2
Briuletul
Romania
= 160
A
2
4

Em Cm Em

Em Cm

Em A Em A Em A A
Briuletul
Romania
= 180
E B E
2
4

B E

E B

E B A
Broad Sword Hornpipe. BF14.14
England
= 160
4
4
Broadcove Bride
Dougie MacDonald

1 2

1 2
Broadcove Bride
Dougie MacDonald (20th century Cape Breton)

an occational variation for bars A1 and A2


Broadcove Bride
Dougie MacDonald (20th century Cape Breton)

an occational variation for bars A1 and A2


Brocca Reel
Liz Carroll
S
D.S.
Broderick’s
Vincent Brodericks

4
4

3 3

3 3
Broderick’s Pub
Paul S.Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)

6
8

2
Broderick’s Pub
Paul S.Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)

6
8

2
Broderick’s, Vincent
Brodericks
Vincent Broderick

6
8

2
Broken Pledge
Broken Pledge
The Broken Pledge
3

Variations:

3
The Broken Pledge

3
The Broken String
Andy Hornby (England)

3
4

1 2

Copyright Andy Hornby


The Broken-Legged Chicken
Trad
3 3

3 3

3
Bromley bells
England

2
4

1 2

1 2
Bromsberrow Heath Reel
Trad
= 128
4
4

1 2
Bromsberrow Heath Reel
Trad
= 128
4
4

1 2
Broom Jig
Trad

2
4
Broome
The bonny bonny Broome

= 200
4
4
Brose and Butter
= 100
9
8

Gi’e my love brose, brose,


Gi’e my love brose and butter,
Gi’e my love brose, brose,
Yestreen he wanted his supper.

Jenny sits up in the laft,


Jocky wad fain hae been at her,
There came a wind out of the wast,
Made a’ the windows to clatter.
Gi’e my love, &c.

A goose is nae good meat,


A hen is boss within,
In a pye there’s muckle deceit,
A pudding it is a good thing.
Gi’e my love, &c.
Brosnan’s
Gan Ainm
= 160 3
4
4

2
The Brothers
Brown Chest
Brown Chest
= 141
4
4
Brown Coffin
An Comhra Donn

4
4
The Brown Coffin
An Comhra Donn

4
4
Brown Joak

6
4
Brown Paper Hornpipe. FK.30
Johnston’s Hp.,aka. FK.30
"by Thos. Pickering, MS 40 p.27" (England)
= 160
Brown William (Illiam Dhone)

3
4
Browne’s Hornpipe. BF13.038
England
= 160
4
4

3 3

3 3
Bruce and Helen Osborne’s Waltz
Bruce Osborne -- April 22 1991

3
4

3
Bruce Osborne’s Reel
Bruce Osborne -- Dec.30 1992

2
4
Brudemarsch #1
Denmark

2
4

1 2
Brudemarsch #2
Denmark

2
4

D.C.

Brudemarsch #3
Denmark

2
4
Brudlå{}t frå{}n Öje Kapell
Sweden

2
4

Fine
Brudmarsch efter Klockarfaster
Sweden
= 130
4
4

Andrastämma

4
4
3

Brudmarsch from Voss


Hans Brimi (Norway)

4
4

1 2

1 2
Brudpolska frå{}n Indal
e. Gunbritt Hermansson (Sweden)

3
4

1 2

Hä räck nog te torsdan!


Brudvals efter Brännlund
Sweden
= 160
dm dm am
3
4

dm dm dm am

dm dm dm am

dm dm dm am dm

Komp:
dm: am dm

3
4
Bruise Hill
The Five Servants
The Ballybunnion Polka

2
4
Brumley Brae
W.McPherson
D
4
4

Em A7

D Em E7

A7 D D

Em E7 A7

G A7 D G D
Brunswick (La). CJF.059
La Brunswick. CJF.059
Brunswick Quadrill No.5. CJF.059
England
= 90
f

2
4

3 3 3
f

ff

sf D.C.
Brunswick Waltz. CJF.145
England
= 60
3
8

Brunswick. WM.081
England
= 32
P
3
8

Lots of P’s & F’s under the staff,definitely copied from print,but I
can only get them to show above the staf
Brunswick. WM.114
England
= 30
p
3
8

Brunswick. WM081
* * (England)
= 32
P
3
8

Lots of P’s & F’s under the staff,definitely copied from print,but I
can only get them to show above the staf

Brunswick. WM114
* (England)
= 30
p
3
8

*
Brussels Waltz,The. CJF.133
England
= 50
3
8
Bryan O’ Lynn
Ireland

6
8
Bryan O’Lynn
The Cockled Old Man
Brian O’Lynn

6
8

1 2

2 Variations
1 2

1 2
Bryan O’Lynn

6
8

1 2

1 2
Bryllupshopsa fra Thy
C.E. Lundgaard Jensen

2
4
Norge
Bryllupshopsa fra Thy
C.E. Lundgaard Jensen

2
4
Buachaill On Eirne
Scotland

3
4
Bubbling Wine
Paddy O’Brien (Nenagh)

Variations
Bubbling Wine
Paddy O’Brien

Variations
Bubbling Wine
Paddy O’Brien

Variations
Bucimis
A (4x)
Am
8+7
8

B (4x)
G Am Am G Am

C
G Am fine Am

D A

Gm A E A

Gm A Gm A
F A Gm A

Gm A G A

E7 A B7 E
Buck Fever Rag

4
4

1 2

1 2
Buck Fever Rag

4
4

1 2

1 2
Buck from the Mountain
McElligott’s Fancy
The Bucket
England

9
8

The Bucket

9
8
Bucket,The. HSJJ.171
England
= 120
9
8
Bucket,The. HSJJ.171
England
= 120
9
8
Buckley’s Fancy
Buckley’s Fancy

4
4
3

3
Buckley’s Fancy

4
4
3

3
Bucks of Oranmore
Bucks of Oranmore
= 200 3 3
3

1 2

3 3

1 2
3

3 3 3
3 1

3 3

3 2

3
1

3
Bucks of Oranmore
Bucks of Oranmore
Ireland
3
4
4

3
3

3
The Bucks of Oranmore
1

2
The Bucks of Oranmore
1

2
The Bucks of Oranmore
3

3
3

3
Buddy Fraser’s Reel
Jerry Holland, SOCAN
Buff Coat Hath No Fellow,The. HA12
She Wants A Fellow,aka. HA12

= 140
6
4
Buffalo Gals
A G G D7
4
4

C D7 G G

C D7 G D7 C G

D7 G C

G D7 G
Buffalo Girls

4
4
The Buffoon Dance
Buggy Ride Jig
INTRO
D7 G
6
8

G Am

D D D7 G D7

G G G E7

Am D D

Am D7 1 G 2 G G
Bugle Horn,The. BF13.085
England
= 200
2
4
Bugle Horn,The. BF13.093
England
= 200
2
4
Bugle Horn. JC.075
England
= 180
2
4
Bugle Horn. JC.134
England
= 180
6
8
Bugle Waltz No.1. CJF.104
England
= 60
3
8

3
* *

Minore
Bugle Waltz No.2. CJF.105
England
= 60
3
8
3

Bugle Solo
3
Bugle Waltz No.3. CJF.106
England
= 60
3
8

Bugle Solo
Bugle Waltz No.4. CJF.016
(England)
= 60
3
8
3

Bugle Solo
*
The Bugle
The Lady in the boat
England

6
8
Buisson Fleuri

3
4
Bulgarian (?) 1
Bulgaria ?
Am

11
16

Dm A Am

E Am Am Em

A Am E Em A Am E Em A D A Am

Am Am Em

Am Em Am Em Am D A Am
Bulgarian (?) 2
Bulgaria ?
E Dm

2
4

E Dm E

Dm

E Dm E

Dm E

Dm
E

E Dm E Dm

E E

Dm 1 E 2 E
Bulgarian (?) 4
Bulgaria ?
G

7
16

Am

Am Em

1 Am 2 G Dm G
Dm G G
Bulgarian (?) 5
Bulgaria ?
Hm
15
16

Hm A Hm

Hm

H
Bulgarian (?) 6
Bulgaria ?
A
2
4

F m Hm F m

Hm F m F m

E F m

F m
Bulgarian (?) 7
Bulgaria ?
G C G G C D7 G
9
16

D G D G A7 D

Em Am D G Am

Em Am G Am

G Dm Am Gm

A Gm

A Am
G Dm Am G Am

Bulgarian (?) 8
Bulgaria ?
= 120
D Dm D Dm
2
4

G Gm G Gm A A7 A A7 D F B

C F 1 B C

F 2 G Gm A A7 D
Bulgarian (?) 9
Bulgaria ?
Am Dm Am Dm
13
16

Am G C

G Dm Am C

Dm Am

G 1 C 2 Dm Am
Bulgarian Tune

2
4

1 2
Bulgarian Tune

2
4

1 2
Bulgarian tune (from Emma)
Bulgaria
tr tr
11
8

tr tr

tr tr

tr tr tr

tr
Bulgarian tune (from Roddy)
Bulgaria

12
8
Bull Beer
Paul S. Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)
Bull Beer
Paul S. Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)
Bumper?????????

2
4

1 2

1 2
Bunch of Green Rushes

1 2

1 2

2
Bunch of Green Rushes
Bunch of Keys
Bunch of Keys
Traditional
= 200
4
4

1 2

1 2
Bunch of Keys
bunch of keys

4
4
Bunch of Roses Schottische. GHW.036
England
= 120
4
4
The Bunch of Roses

6
8

1 2
Bundle and Go

6
8

1 2

1 2
Bundle and Go
Trad.

6
8

1 2
Bundle and Go
Trad.

6
8

1
Bundle and Go Jig

6
8
Bung Your Eye
A Am Am G

6
8

G Am Am G Am E7

B
Am C C

G G C

C E7 Am E7 Am
Bung Your Eye.

6
8
Bunker Hill
3

1 2
1 2
Variations:

3
2
1 2
Bunker Hill
Bunker Hill

3
Bunker Hill
3
4
4

3 3
3

3 3
3

3 3 3

3
1 2

The Bunny’s Hat


Dave Lim

3 3
Bunyan’s Orchard
Taz Tarry

4
4
Burdett,The. JC.044
England
= 120
6
8
Burke’s

6
8
Burke’s

6
8
The Burnt Old Man

6
8
Burt Feintuch’s Trip to Cape Breton
Brenda Stubbert, SOCAN (20th century Cape Breton)

2
Bury Fair

4
4
Bush in Bloom
The Bush in Bloom

1 2
The Bush on the Hill
The Lowdown Jig

6
8

1 2

1 2
Busindre Reel
José Angel Hevia
= 200
4
4
Busker Brag
G7 C
4
4

G7

C C

F D

1 G(tacit)

1 2 G C
Butcher Row

6
8
BUTCHER’S HORNPIPE
1
3
2

3
Butcher’s Hornpipe (not available here)
England

Butcher’s March

6
8
Butcher’s March

6
8

1 2

1 2
Butcher’s March

6
8
Butcher’s Row

4
4
Butchers Hornpipe. GS.093
England
= 160
4
4
Butchers Hornpipe. JB.12
England
= 350
3
2
3 3

3 3

3 3
cr
Butchers of Droitwich
Andy Hornby (England)

1 2

1 2

Copyright Andy Hornby


The Butlers of Glen Avenue
Tony Sullivan

6
8
3
The Butlers of Glen Avenue
Anthony Sullivan

6
8
Butter Side Up
Andy Hornby (England)

9
8

Copyright Andy Hornby


Butter’d Peas. WM.084
England
= 200
2
4

qu

qu

1st cu set to the 2nd cu,foot it and turn your partner.1st Gent down
the middle with 2nd Lady,his partner with 2nd Gent,1 cou cross
over,below 3cu? go up to top?,cast off
Butter’d Peas. WM084
* * (England)
= 250
2
4

1st cu set to the 2nd cu,foot it and turn your partner.1st Gent down
the middle with 2nd Lady,his partner with 2nd Gent,1 cou cross
over,below 3cu? go up to top?,cast off
Butter-Milk and Pratees Jig

6
8
Buttered Peas
A
G D7 D7
2
2

D7 G C G D7

B
G G Am D7

G D7 G

C G D7 G
Buttered Peas
England

2
2
Buttered Peas
trad

2
2
Buttered Pease

2
2

Buttered Pease.
Stumpie

2
4
Buttered Pease. BF13.042
England
= 180
2
2

crot

qu

qu
Butterfly

9
8
Butterfly

9
8
Butterfly

Butterfly
Tommy Potts

9
8
Butterfly

9
8
Butterfly
Tommy Potts
= 130
9
8
The Butterfly
John Potts

9
8
The Butterfly
Tommy Potts

9
8
The Butterfly
Ireland

9
8
The Butterfly
Tommy Potts

9
8
The Butterfly
John Potts

9
8
The Butterfly
Tommy Potts

9
8
The Butterfly

9
8
Buttermilk Mary

6
8

1 2

1 2
Buttermilk Mary
Trad
A (E7) A D A

6
8

Bm E7 A D A

E7 A A D

A Bm B7 E7

A E7 D A D A E7 A
Buttermilk Mary
Trad
A

6
8

D A Bm E7 A

D A E7 A

A D A Bm

E7 A E7

D A D A E7 A
Butternut Jig
Bruce Osborne -- Apr.26 1991

6
8
The Button Hole

2
4
By Jove I’ll be free
Moderato
3
8
By the Hush
= 132
4
4

It’s by the hush, me boys


I’m sure that’s to hold your noise,
And listen to poor Paddy’s narration.
For I was by hunger pressed,
And in poverty distressed,
And I took a thought I’d leave the Irish nation.

Chorus:
So, here’s you boys,
Do take my advice;
To Americay I’d have youse not be farin’
For there’s nothing here but war,
Where the murdering cannons roar,
And I wish I was at home in dear old Erin.
I sold me horse and plough,
Me little pigs and cow,
And me little farm of land and I parted.
And me sweetheart, Biddy McGhee,
I’m sure I’ll never see,
For I left her there that morning, broken hearted.

Chorus

Meself, and a hundred more,


To America sailed o’er,
Our fortune to be making, we was thinking;
But when we landed in Yankee land,
They shoved a gun into our hand,
Saying," Paddy, you must go and fight for Lincoln. "

Chorus

General Mahar (Meagher) to us said,


"If you get shot or lose your head,
Every murdered soul of you will get a pension."
Well, in the war I lost me leg
All I’ve now is a wooden peg;
I tell you, ’tis the truth to you I’ll mention.

Chorus

Now I think meself in luck


To be fed upon Indian buck
In old Ireland, the country I delight in;
And with the devil I do say,
"Curse Americay, "
For I’m sure I’ve had enough on their hard fighting.
Byker Hill and Walk Ashore

4
4
Byrne’s

3
Byrne’s

3
Byrne’s Hornpipe

3 3

3
Byrne’s Hornpipe. FK.26
"MS 38 p 140" (England)
= 160
Bytt Lasses Brudmarsch
Sweden

4
4

1 2
2 4
4 4

1 2