Sully's Irish Music Book, HM4002, ISBN 9780956503381

 

TUNES

REELS

Amazing Adventures of Dr Doctor Moriarty

Arkle Mountain

Bunch of Green Rushes

Coalminer's Reel

Connemara Shuffle

Drunken Tinker

Exile of Erin

Floating Crowbar

Galway Reel

Greenest Field in Ireland

Green Fields of Glentown

Hand Me Down The Tackle

Holy Land

Hurricane's Victory

John McNeill's

John Stenson's No 1

John Stenson's

Julia Delaney

Kev's Trip to Loch Gowna

Kilfenora Reel

Laurel Tree

Marian's Favourite* (AKA Marian Egan’s)

Martin Rocheford's

Martin Wynne's No 1

Mrs. Walsh's Dinner

Padraig's Favourite

Patsy Hanley's

Pat Walsh's Fancy

Queen of May

Rainy Day

Redigan's

Richard Dwyer's

Saint Ruth's

Sean Ryan's

Spike Island Lassies

Sully's Fancy

Sully's No.6

The Mountain Cottage

Sweeney's Dream

Taylor's Rambles

Tempest

Tinker's Daughter

Tony Ryan's No 2

Traver's No 1

Traver's No.2

Trip to Ennis

Trip to London

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Wheels of the World

Wild Irishman

JIGS

Butlers of Glen Avenue

Castle jig (Sean Ryan's)

Caves of Kesh

Fiddlers of Manchester

Garda's Cap

Gardener's Arms jig

Hare in the Corn 1

Hare in the Com 2

Mad jig

Marian's Trip to Collooney

Molloy's Favourite

Munster Jig

Onion Festival

Out in the Ocean

Pat Walsh's Jig

Roaring Barmaid

Segmented Jig

Sully's Geographical Rambles

Sully's Private Stock

Tebbutt's Geographical Rambles

Unknown

When the Cock Crows it is Day

HORNPIPES

Dingle Bay

Musical Tour of Ireland

Sully's

Sully's No.37.

Tony Ryan's Hornpipe

POLKAS

Ballydesmond

Jim Keefe's

Jim Keefe's,

Maids of Ardagh

Newmarket Polka

Top of the Maol

Tournmore Polka

SLIDES

Mary Willie's

The Priest

Where is the Cat?

SLOW AIRS

Cottage by Shaking Rock

The Death of Staker Wallace

O'Donnell's Lament

 

 

Correcting an error:

“The Butlers of Glen Avenue” has been wrongly attributed as CHRISTY BARRY’S JIG due to a well known Irish musician putting it

on a record - but not knowing the correct name (or writer of). In one case a group got the names right but mixed

up – “The Butlers” is often called “The Roaring Barmaid” and vice-versa!

 

I thank everybody for playing my tunes: it is a great compliment to me and I hope everybody will continue to enjoy

them. But I hope you can set the record right and give me the credit due.

 

Tony Sullivan (Sully), Halshaw Music, March 2013

Sully’s

Banjos

 
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