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Title: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Clive Williams on February 01, 2019, 02:20:17 PM
Hi folks - this month's winner at the 3rd time of asking!

Paddy Carey's - a 48 bar jig with plenty of drive; is it English, or Irish? Well, no-one really knows but it's certainly popular in England. Fits beautifully on one row. And here's Chris Wood and Andy Cutting playing it - it's the first tune here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ct-oGOAQAzk

Plenty more context and some ABC here: https://thesession.org/tunes/2902

Might have to crack the one-row out for this one :-)

Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: folkbluesnbeyond on February 01, 2019, 04:42:20 PM
I took Clive at his suggestion to post Paddy Carey as theme of the month in January, https://youtu.be/hrFrc44lx-A

I may rework it before the end of the month, perhaps a different speed or key, but meanwhile.

All the best

Bill
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: penn on February 05, 2019, 10:38:56 PM
I'm very fond of the Knight & Squeezy version and so I have been voting for this for a couple of months or so. I had a go at it last month for the “alternative” totm but it didn't quite work out, so I've been practising harder since then.
So... here’s mine.

https://youtu.be/1UN3iCcnDa0 (https://youtu.be/1UN3iCcnDa0)

Gren
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 05, 2019, 10:54:12 PM
As usual I'm trying not to watch before I've got my own version going (which is actually close, but also as usual, I can't remember it 2 minutes later).
Enjoying this tune, and playing the DG a lot because of it.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Mcgrooger on February 06, 2019, 04:43:46 PM
Here's my offering for this month warts n' all.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRh4DQ9eXSo
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Ransom on February 06, 2019, 06:08:07 PM
Here's my offering for this month warts n' all.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRh4DQ9eXSo
If I could grow warts like that, I'd show 'em at the county fair!
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 06, 2019, 11:54:20 PM
Can I share a piano accordion (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahRz6ntx-l0) version for inspiration? Left hand is something special, but tune playing is equally restrained.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Mcgrooger on February 07, 2019, 01:20:14 PM
After struggling most of yesterday to get this tune towards recording standard on any of my 2 rows I thought I'd give it a go on my one row 4 stop. Wish I'd done this in the first place!  Recorded under room lights last night so the colour's a bit washed out.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYoYje1fp0A
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Dick Rees on February 07, 2019, 01:33:42 PM
After struggling most of yesterday to get this tune towards recording standard on any of my 2 rows I thought I'd give it a go on my one row 4 stop. Wish I'd done this in the first place!  Recorded under room lights last night so the colour's a bit washed out.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYoYje1fp0A

Agreed!  I'm liking the one row versions a lot.  Totally unambiguous.  Time to dig out the old Hlavacek and have a go.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 07, 2019, 10:31:44 PM
A slightly unfulfilling version - rushing and clumsy. I'll practise it given a chance and re-video. Just done in case this is my only opportunity. Unlisted as not polished enough yet.
Paddy Carey's (https://youtu.be/SyQlGDgZTqQ)
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Rees on February 07, 2019, 11:05:41 PM
A slightly unfulfilling version - rushing and clumsy. I'll practise it given a chance and re-video. Just done in case this is my only opportunity. Unlisted as not polished enough yet.
Paddy Carey's (https://youtu.be/SyQlGDgZTqQ)

Yes, but you have great rhythm in your right hand. Excellent version.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Ellisteph on February 08, 2019, 11:55:54 AM
Been playing this set for dances for many many years, during which time it has been subjected to the various corruptions (or warts as Mr. McGrooger might call them) you can hear in this video. There you go, that's how I play it now.

https://youtu.be/ge7rYke16gY
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 08, 2019, 12:52:27 PM
Very secure playing, Ellisteph.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Tufty on February 08, 2019, 12:57:24 PM
Quite a standard version, played on a D/G Tommy. The set is completed by "Morgan Rattler", this is one of our standard session sets.
https://soundcloud.com/tuftyabc/paddy-careymorgan-rattlermp3
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Ellisteph on February 08, 2019, 01:54:21 PM
Quite a standard version, played on a D/G Tommy. The set is completed by "Morgan Rattler", this is one of our standard session sets.
https://soundcloud.com/tuftyabc/paddy-careymorgan-rattlermp3
Snap! I suspect we're not the only ones playing these two together. Nicely done Tufty.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Dick Rees on February 08, 2019, 02:17:57 PM
Been playing this set for dances for many many years, during which time it has been subjected to the various corruptions (or warts as Mr. McGrooger might call them) you can hear in this video. There you go, that's how I play it now.

https://youtu.be/ge7rYke16gY

Nice!  Particularly like the litlle grace note "cuts" invoking the pipes/fiddle/whistle articulations.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 09, 2019, 10:04:20 PM
I've written an equal length jig to go after Paddy Carey's. Put in a B chord for Gena. If thirds in, you need to play A major chords at times, and Am7 at others.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: howard mitchell on February 10, 2019, 02:22:15 PM
Here's the version from Kerr's Merry Melodies Vol. 4 with a fourth part.

https://youtu.be/wNcGbgoSmvE (https://youtu.be/wNcGbgoSmvE)

Played with just two stops, bandoneon tuning.

Mitch
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Clive Williams on February 10, 2019, 06:27:32 PM
Here's an attempt at playing it a bit slower than i normally would.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYfML0afnBM

Video quality seems to be down today; settings on the webcam I think. Played on a Castagnari Mory in D/G.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Ellisteph on February 10, 2019, 10:41:28 PM
Here's the version from Kerr's Merry Melodies Vol. 4 with a fourth part.

https://youtu.be/wNcGbgoSmvE (https://youtu.be/wNcGbgoSmvE)

Played with just two stops, bandoneon tuning.

Mitch
Well done for finding a fourth part Mitch. Great performance as always & good to hear you playing again.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on February 10, 2019, 11:53:50 PM
Here's an attempt at playing it a bit slower than i normally would.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYfML0afnBM

The more I listen to that the more I really like it, Clive.
Is that in C on a GC with the usual basses?
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Clive Williams on February 11, 2019, 08:47:58 AM
Here's an attempt at playing it a bit slower than i normally would.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYfML0afnBM

The more I listen to that the more I really like it, Clive.
Is that in C on a GC with the usual basses?

Thanks - no, it's in G on a D/G. I have tricked out unisonoric basses on it though, which means I can do all manner of droney things that are normally impossible.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on February 11, 2019, 08:55:12 AM


... it's in G on a D/G. I have tricked out unisonoric basses on it though, which means I can do all manner of droney things that are normally impossible.

Seems like the magic works. Sounds great.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: howard mitchell on February 11, 2019, 10:47:14 AM

Well done for finding a fourth part..... Mitch.

Thanks.  I did also consider this polka version -
https://tunearch.org/w/index.php?title=File:Paddycarey.jpg&filetimestamp=20150619021429&

Mitch
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 12, 2019, 10:44:02 PM
Here's another bash (https://youtu.be/R6ffa1zfTKg). With some variants added at the end. A bit tighter, but a bit stiffer.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Ellisteph on February 12, 2019, 11:00:37 PM


Thanks.  I did also consider this polka version -
https://tunearch.org/w/index.php?title=File:Paddycarey.jpg&filetimestamp=20150619021429&

Mitch
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I'd really like to hear how that sounds if you have time to do a recording Mitch
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Ellisteph on February 13, 2019, 10:22:10 AM
Here's another bash (https://youtu.be/R6ffa1zfTKg). With some variants added at the end. A bit tighter, but a bit stiffer.
Interesting variations - looking forward to your final version.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Fred on February 20, 2019, 02:26:13 PM
Here are my interpretations. Plural because I've recorded it two times.

Once with my C/F Hohner Viktoria Club:
https://soundcloud.com/laubblaeser/paddy-careys-take-1

And once with my trusty D/G Loffet Graet e Breizh:
https://soundcloud.com/laubblaeser/paddy-careys-take-2

Both times playing on the inner row of those instruments.

Lovely tune but definitely out of my comfort zone - I've barely played any irish tunes before and thus have no idea what to do with my left hand. :D
Feedback appreciated as always. Which one did you like better? The tremolo of ye olde Hohner or rather the dry sound of the 440hz Loffet?
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Stiamh on February 20, 2019, 03:33:55 PM
Lovely tune but definitely out of my comfort zone - I've barely played any irish tunes before and thus have no idea what to do with my left hand. :D

Irish jigs are tricky - tricky that is if you want to make them sound Irish, which of course may not be your primary consideration. But if you do want to make this tune sound Irish, you will have to pay attention to the internal rhythm of the groups of three quavers within the 6/8 bar.

Your three notes are all squashed up at the start of the beat - sort of ba-da-dum [pause] ba-da-dum. You need to stretch them out to fill the beat and ideally make them uneven, with the middle note either being the shortest of the three or getting the least emphasis and volume. No need to emphasise the first note of the three unduly, by the way, in fact that is another mistake that people often make.

When you get it right your three notes will sound like diddle-dee diddle-dee (with no pause in the middle).

This is tricky. I have spent many years teaching Irish music to people who didn't grow up with it (on fiddle, whistle, and box) and this one of the hardest things to get across. The first requirement is to be able to hear what is meant, to hear how it is done.

As I said, you may not be concerned about making this tune Irish, of course, in which case you can happily ignore the above.   (:)

Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Fred on February 20, 2019, 03:44:55 PM
Lots of interesting stuff to consider right there, Stiamh. Thanks for taking the time to explain it roughly. Do you happen to have a recording of Paddy Carey's which you would consider appropriate in terms of rhythm?
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Stiamh on February 20, 2019, 04:28:51 PM
Lots of interesting stuff to consider right there, Stiamh. Thanks for taking the time to explain it roughly. Do you happen to have a recording of Paddy Carey's which you would consider appropriate in terms of rhythm?

Feeling I might have opened a bit of a can of worms here.... I'll get back to you in a few hours with some thoughts and I hope some examples.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 20, 2019, 06:07:25 PM
Fred, this is close to the polka version that someone uploaded a link to (sheet music - a few posts above).
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Eshed on February 21, 2019, 01:14:29 AM
Feeling I might have opened a bit of a can of worms here.... I'll get back to you in a few hours with some thoughts and I hope some examples.

A good can of worms in all honesty, I've lately been going to an Irish session around here, and your post makes a lot of sense, so thanks!
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Stiamh on February 21, 2019, 02:38:20 PM
Lots of interesting stuff to consider right there, Stiamh. Thanks for taking the time to explain it roughly. Do you happen to have a recording of Paddy Carey's which you would consider appropriate in terms of rhythm?

Feeling I might have opened a bit of a can of worms here.... I'll get back to you in a few hours with some thoughts and I hope some examples.

I think Andy Cutting plays the tune nicely in the clip that Clive posted at the top of this thread. He makes the three notes in a group stretch over the whole beat (not falling into the trap of "polka-izing" the rhythm by playing all the notes too short at the start of the beat). Most of the posters in the thread play it like a jig, though in a very vigorous fashion with the oom-pah bass pattern that makes the tune sound more English than anything.

If you really wanted to Irish-ify your jig playing I think it would be a good idea to start by eschewing a constant bass and really concentrating on the internal rhythm of the groups of three notes. But in any old jig, whether English, Scottish or Irish (no harm in treating Paddy Carey as an English or not particularly Irish piece), you want to avoid scrunching up the notes as I tried to say in my first comment.
 
I don't want to hijack the thread (or put anyone else off posting) so let's leave it there. If more detail or discussion is wanted, we could do it via pm or start a new topic in teaching in learning maybe for everyone to contribute their ideas.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Helena Handcart on February 21, 2019, 07:07:09 PM
I learnt this tune rather too long ago to be able to play it well - that is, I learnt it in my early days of playing and never really revisited and re-learnt it properly. I'll try to do that over the next couple of days. In the meantime, on the subject of the tune's origin, I shall just leave this here:

Paddy Carey's Fortune (https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015096441368;view=1up;seq=1)
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Stiamh on February 21, 2019, 07:20:17 PM
A "nate" find, Helena! but what a ghastly piece of shamroguery...
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Helena Handcart on February 21, 2019, 07:38:40 PM
A "nate" find, Helena! but what a ghastly piece of shamroguery...

Ah well, I guess the tunes don't mind eh? Still, I always like to know where a tune comes from if at all possible... call me a pedant, 'cos I am  :|||:
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Mike Hirst on February 21, 2019, 08:00:38 PM
on the subject of the tune's origin, I shall just leave this here:

Paddy Carey's Fortune (https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015096441368;view=1up;seq=1)

I'm glad you did that, it saved me from entering the fray.

Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Ransom on February 25, 2019, 12:39:16 AM
This is as far as mine will get this month.
Warning, it's a little more garbage than usual =)

https://youtu.be/UCXiuGxSr48

But I did put some work into polishing Lounge Bar, and it's coming out really nice. So no regrets, really.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Fred on February 25, 2019, 02:00:46 AM
This is as far as mine will get this month.
Warning, it's a little more garbage than usual =)

https://youtu.be/UCXiuGxSr48

But I did put some work into polishing Lounge Bar, and it's coming out really nice. So no regrets, really.

Awesome attempt! I think you nailed down the B part pretty well but have to put in some more work to get the transitions between the parts right. Keep going, you still got a few more days to record it again! :D
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on February 25, 2019, 08:36:23 AM
But I did put some work into polishing Lounge Bar, and it's coming out really nice. So no regrets, really.

IMHO, The Lounge Bar is more worthy of your time.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Ransom on February 25, 2019, 02:57:21 PM
Awesome attempt! I think you nailed down the B part pretty well but have to put in some more work to get the transitions between the parts right. Keep going, you still got a few more days to record it again! :D

Yeah, but I'm headed out of town, so I think that's the end of the line for the shortest month.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 25, 2019, 05:49:06 PM
Well done for committing to playing for us to hear. Lots of it sound great (as does the box). We can all see past the flaws. Perhaps we shouldn't always aim for perfection or nothing.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Fred on February 25, 2019, 06:34:21 PM
Perhaps we shouldn't always aim for perfection or nothing.

!
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Gena Crisman on February 27, 2019, 09:05:20 PM
Perhaps we shouldn't always aim for perfection or nothing.

I decided I agree! Since you kindly wrote a B major chord in just for me, I had to have a good stab at Paddy's Buddy for this one. Unfortunately, the A music for it keeps tripping me up, but, only if I just played Paddy Carey right before! Since I'm out tomorrow evening, this is where I'm at and it'll just have to do!

I arranged chords as best I could for Paddy Carey, since I didn't instantly trip over it in a book. Besides, being a 48 bar jig, if you don't change key or do anything fancy you can end up playing the same chords constantly. I figured I should play around a bit with it, especially in contrast to the chordplay at work in playandteach's tune. I've included my arrangement for it at the end of this post - maybe it's too much, I'm not sure, but, it sounds good to me - particularly fond of the C chord under the G in the 7th bar of the B music.

In other news, I'm also experimenting with some studio lights to try and lighten up the room a bit, but ended up having them aimed somewhere else completely almost since otherwise they were ending up reflecting off of the many glossy surfaces of the melodeon. They improved things a lot though, the shutter speed and ISO for my phone's camera was a lot better (so, it was getting more light so there should be less digital noise and things should look less blurry & be more detailed) - specifically ISO without the lights was ~1000, with the lights it was around ~200. They really need to be placed almost orthogonally to the camera, to help prevent the reflections - there's not quite enough space in the right places yet. Unfortunately, my phone still did get very warm and ended up dropping a lot of frames towards the end of the recording. However, I can't blame it since it probably recorded 15+ minutes of 1080p video before I managed to get through both tunes. I also cropped out some stuff (eg my glamorous face, but also a bunch of my jeans and a toolbox) in an effort to make the melodeon larger and more central the video, while also having both ends at least partially in focus. This reduced the the final output down to 720p, which seems more than fine. Audio this month is care of my mum's H2n, placed on a table about a meter away from me.

I played this on a 'new' 3v Oakwood, with the following stop configuration:
3 voice: on
Low Bass Fundamental: off
Chord Thirds: on

Paddy Carey & Paddy's Buddy (Pete Seago)
https://youtu.be/lpLsCKk6LFU

The arrangement I aimed to use for Paddy Carey:
Code: [Select]
X:134
T: Paddy Carey
P:ABCABC
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K:Gmaj
P:A
|:"G"D2G GFG | "b"B2"G"G GFG | "C"E2A "e"A2"C"B | "Am7"cAG "D"FED |
"G"D2G GFG | "b"B2"G"G "Em"G3 | "d"FE"G"D "D"DEF | "G"GAB "d"A2"G"G :|
P:B
|:"G"G2B "C"c2e | "g"d2"D"e "G"dBG | "G"G2B "a"c2"C"e | "b"dB"G"G "D"A3 |
"Em"G2B "Am"c2e | "Bm"d2e "G"dBG | "C"G3 "Am7"BAG |1 "D"FEF "G"G3 :|2 "D"FEF "G"G2B ||
P:C
|:"C"c2A ABA | "G"B2G GAG | "D"F2G "b"A2"G"B | "Am"c2A "D"FED |
"C"c2A ABA | "G"B2G G3 | "d"FE"G"D "D"DEF | "G"GAB "d"A2"G"G :|
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: playandteach on February 27, 2019, 11:28:21 PM
Well now. Not only do you write with authority, but it seems you play that way too. Great precision and energy. Great way to finish the month. Thanks for taking the time to learn and record both pieces (but of course, it's especially warming to hear someone play one of my tunes).
I owe you a pint.
Pete
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Fred on February 28, 2019, 12:04:10 AM
Gena, very well played. That shrug at the end is the icing on the cake. :D
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Anahata on February 28, 2019, 12:15:38 PM
Another last-minute production from me:
https://youtu.be/e6QV2ViRXMA
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Anahata on February 28, 2019, 12:27:20 PM
Just got round to listening to Gena's video of Paddy Carey and Paddy's Buddy.
I think I glanced at Pete's PDF before, but didn't think I'd be interested in learning the tune.
Now I do, and one of the best things you can say about a performance is that it makes you want to learn the tune, so thanks to both of you, for a great job of both writing and playing!
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: george garside on February 28, 2019, 12:59:32 PM
nice one Gena!.  I particularly like your good 'foot tapping' rhythm.


george
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Jesse Smith on February 28, 2019, 01:55:08 PM
Another last-minute production from me:
https://youtu.be/e6QV2ViRXMA

Scrappy maybe, but I always appreciate how you find interesting things to do on the basses without overegging the harmonic complexity of these simple tunes. I especially like the drone on the D in the B part the second time through.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Gena Crisman on February 28, 2019, 06:45:59 PM
Thank you all - Pete, Fred, Eshed, Anahata & George - for the kind words!

(but of course, it's especially warming to hear someone play one of my tunes)
didn't think I'd be interested in learning the tune.
Now I do, and one of the best things you can say about a performance is that it makes you want to learn the tune

It's a rare joy for myself, but I know the feeling! I do think there is certainly something special about sharing, and seeing other people performing a piece you've written - I think it helps keep folk alive. So, I tried to do it justice, and aim to continue in the vein of writing, sharing and playing music where I can. Thank you once again, Pete, for penning it.

Another last-minute production from me:
https://youtu.be/e6QV2ViRXMA

I always enjoy and admire the sheer variety you're able to inject in your left hand. I'm finding I can write a pleasing-to-me & maybe a bit fanciful (or arty-farty (http://forum.melodeon.net/index.php/topic,23528.msg280406.html#msg280406) ;)) bass line, but, that's how it is for the whole tune every time through. With a musical genre that's based on repeats, I think you're doing great work in championing the solo melodeon.
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Clive Williams on March 01, 2019, 06:23:34 AM
Great stuff Gena! Thanks all; time for the next tune! As ever, late contributions can still be added to the end of this thread even though we've moved on!
Title: Re: Tune of the Month for February 2019: Paddy Carey's
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on March 02, 2019, 11:06:10 AM
Late entry alert.
I was planning to record this with a couple more parts worked out from thhe Whitaker score, but I'm never going to find the time so here is my recording of the work in progress a couple of weeks ago. The four parts I play are all in the original score (but not exactly how I've done them   :D). The fourth part  is in William Winters manucscript.

https://soundcloud.com/greg-bradfield-smith/paddy-careys-fortune