GB GB | GB c/B/A/G/ | FA DA | DA A/G/F/A/ | GB GB | GB c/B/A/G/ |FA FA | FA d/c/B/A/ | 1), 1858; No. L: 1/8 64, p. 26 To raise the "sinking funds"when sinking. 136, p. 62. 1), 1951; No. "Road To Boston" is another tune which these two fiddlers play frequently for the dances but not at the local sessions. Ruth (Pioneer Western Folk Tunes), 1948; No. Balls Up, Galway Piper, High Could Cap, Jolly Sailor, La Pitoune, Lhigey, Lhigey, Mallow Fling, Na Racairide Ua Mag-Ealla, Notre Dame University Fight Song, Piping Tim Of Galway, The Rakes Of London, The Rakes Of Mall, The Rakes Of Malta, The Rakes Of Marlow, The Rakes Of Mellow, The Rigs O’ Marlow, The Rigs Of Marlow, Romping Molly, Tim’s Reel, What A Bloody Balls Up. M: 2/4 gf/e/ d/e/d/c/ | B/A/B/c/ d/c/B/c/ | c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ | BG Gz |] Raking as at Mallow. England; North-West, Northumberland. Outside of Ireland too ~ Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, England, Denmark, South Africa, Canada, the U.S.A. ~ this little number and various dances that became associated with it ~ spread. |: ge dc | Bc d2 | ge dc | Ba A2 | Deputy Mayor of Mallow, Noel O’Connor launches ‘The Rakes of Mallow’ CD and cassette Vol. X: 6 Kennedy (Fiddler's Tune-Book, vol. Ever after live in strife, 4: Fine Tunes), 1983 (revised 1991, 2001); p. 13. gf/e/ .d.c | .B.c .d.B | c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ | BG Gz | I like to play this in D on a D whistle; shifting it up a few keys makes the fingering slightly easier to do at speed and you get that wonderful piercing top D starting the downwards run in the B part. 204. 8. 21, p. 8 (appears as “Rakes of Mall”). Dancing Continued! Also known as K: Gmaj 5. "Rakes of Mallow" has also been employed for either a polka or a single step dance in the North-West (England) morris dance tradition. The Rakes Of Mallow has been added to 57 tune sets. gf/e/ dd/c/ | Bc de/f/ | gf/e/ dc/B/ | eA Af/a/ | The song is about the rakes from the town of Mallow, a town in County Cork. Sym (Sym's Old Time Dances), 1930; p. 25. USA; Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York State, Massachusetts, Maine. |: gf/e/ dc | Bc d2 | gf/e/ dc | Bg A2 | |: d |\ L: 1/8 “The Rakes of Mallow” is a traditional Irish song , about the rakes from the town of Mallow (Co Cork). R: country dance GB GB/B/ | G>B c/B/A/G/ |FA F/G/A/G/ | FA D2 | |: d |\ Russell (The Piper's Chair), 1989; p. 17. The tune has sometimes been linked in New England with the dance "Morning Star," and mid-20th century called Ralph Page used it as an accompaniment to a dance he called "Ladies' Whirligig." ~ published in Burk Thumoth’s book, "Twelve Scotch and Twelve Irish Airs", c. 1742 ~ "With Variations, set for the German Flute, Violin or Harpsichord by Mr Burk Thumoth." One time naught but claret drinking, Try avoiding it like the plague, and everyone will think you’re fantastic. Lhigey, Lhigey gys y vargey, Lhigey, Lhigey gys y vargey, Bayard (Dance to the Fiddle), 1981; No. Try to learn the dance!-Hindi cinema, often known as Bollywood and formerly as Bombay cinema, is the Indian Hindi-language film industry based in Mumbai (formerly Bombay). ~ or was it just a name the recorder teacher chose to give it? See also the tune under the name “Romping Molly” in Shaw’s Cowboy Dances (1943). The Rakes Of Mallow appears in 5 other tune collections. Standard tuning (fiddle). GD G>A | G/A/B/c/ d2 | cA d/e/d/c/ | BG G :| gf/e/ dc | B/G/(3A/B/c/ d(3d/e/f/ | gf/e/ dc | B/G/B/d/ Ae/f/ | Z: John Chambers L:1/8 T: Rakes of Mallow, The Cushing (The Fifer's Companion No. On the Isle of Man this is known as ‘Lhigey, Lhigey’ and it is a children’s singing game. |: gf/e/ dc | B/A/B/c/ d2 | gf/e/ dc | B/A/B/c/ A2 | This page was last edited on 11 September 2019, at 02:21. If you are a member of The Session, log in to add a comment. .G.B .G.B | .G.B .d.B | c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ | BG Gz | " The Rakes of Mallow " is a traditional Irish song and polka. K: GMaj |: (3D/E/F/ |\ Lives the Rakes of Mallow. Live the Rakes of Mallow. ‘Rakes’ appears to be short for 'rakehell', which itself stems from the Old Icelandic word reikall, meaning "wandering” or “unsettled." B: Burk Thumoth’s "Twelve Scotch and Twelve Irish Airs", 1742 11, p. 46. I’ll have to remember to add a different take or two of this melody to the comments here. We play this tune regularly at our local session because the two fiddle players like it. gf/e/ d>c | Bc dB/d/ | gf/e/ dc | Bd Ad | G2 B2 G2 B2 | G2 B2 d2 d2 | cBAG FGAB | G4 G2 z2 || Mallow is located in County Cork, in the province of Munster. K: G GB GB | GB c/B/A/G/ | FA DA | FA d/c/B/A/ | Ghuilley, Ghuilley, gow inneen. – 8 bars Since both of the fiddlers also play for contra dancing and folk dancing, yes they play "Rakes Of Mallow" for the dances as well. akes Of Mallow, The 1), 1805; No. K: GMaj If the link is red you can create them using the form provided. T: Sandy Lent the Man His Mill Other copies of the song are in The Charmer, 3rd. Bronner (Old Time Music Makers of New York State), 1987; No. L: 1/8 g2 fe d2 c2 | B2 AG c4 | B2 AG A2 GF | G4 G4 :| Racking tenants, stewards teasing, O: 1733 1814, p. 341. T. Crofton Croker quotes the words of the original song in “The Popular Songs of Ireland” (1839), of which the first verse is as follows:— Beauing, belling, dancing, drinking, .G.B .G.B | .G.B c/B/A/G/ | .F.A .F.A | .F.A d/c/B/A/ | T: Rakes of Mallow A distanced version was entered into the c. 1841 music manuscript collection of Henry Hudson, a Dublin dentist and an early collector. Keller (Giles Gibbs Jr., His Book for the Fife...1777), 1974; p. 11. GB GB | GB d2 |c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ |BG G2 :| "Steve Eulberg talks more about the reel rhythm and teaches Lives the Rakes of Mallow. Hime (Forty Eight Original Irish Dances Never Before Printed with Basses), Dublin, 1804; No. Membership is free, and it only takes a moment to sign up. |: g2 e2 d2 c2 | B2 c2 d4 | g2 e2 d2 c2 | B2 a2 A4 | It’s been used to teach litl’ dancing girl their ‘seven’s’. Printed sources : - Aird (Selection of Scotch, English, Irish and Foreign Airs, vol. Let’s see some of them, please?! Beauing, belleing, dancing, drinking, (3b/a/g/ (3a/g/f/ (3g/f/e/ d/c/ | (3B/A/G/ (3c/B/A/ d2 | (3e/d/c/ d/B/ A/c/B/A/ | G2 G2 :|, X: 8 I just heard a Gael Force rendition of this on bagpipes with awesome guitar and heavy percussion. Page 31 ~ #119 AKA – “Rakes of Malta,” “Rakes of Mellow," "Le râteau de mallon"/"Rakes of Mallon." |: (3d/e/f/ |\ It has been used for solo stepping and for sets ~ all sorts of dances and dancing ~ big circle, sicilian, longways, contras, squares, 4-hand, couple, etc… I’ve had the pleasure of playing it with a slew of different folks and for a slew of different dances, and we always had fun with it, as did the dancers, who quickly took it to heart and could be heard to hum or lilt it after having danced to it… Wishing to spend all their days in Its chorus and lyrics where penned by Mary Travers (aka La Bolduc) c.1930 it seems. "Rakes of Mallow" has also been employed for either a polka or a single step dance in the North-West (England) morris dance tradition. Hey, it’s a free world, they can suck on a pint if any of those tunes they consider naff or dag happen to find air at a session they’re party to… The silliness in them is part of their charm, but some people take this music far too seriously… |: GB GB | GB c/B/A/G/ | FA FA | FA d/c/B/A/ | Breaking windows, cursing, sinking The term is a combination of "Bombay" and "Hollywo He was music editor of The Citizen or Dublin Monthly Magazine from 1841-1843, and had collected the tune from "Mrs. (Maggy) Foley," evidently a singer who was the source for several airs in Hudson's manuscript (see "Catherine Ogly" and "My High Caul Cap"). Alan Ng’s Irishtune.info [2] M:4/4 A copy of the 1740's, given as eight four-line verses is in NLS MS 6299. K: G The bit that went missing…, I woke up lilting it this way and then playing it on various instruments the same, and other ways too… 133. 190A–G, pp. Karpeles & Schofield (A Selection of 100 English Folk Dance Airs), 1951; p. 33 (appears as "Rigs O' Marlow" in an strathspey setting). https://tunearch.org/w/index.php?title=Annotation:Rakes_of_Mallow_(The)&oldid=388458. I have also heard this played in a ‘march’ way. O'Brien (Jerry O'Brien's Accordion Instructor), Boston, 1949. This tune has been recorded together with, http://www.frmusique.ru/texts/b/bolduc/pitoune.htm, http://www.celtic-sheet-music.com/musicofireland.html, http://www.celtic-sheet-music.com/oneills/TheRakesOfMallow.pdf, "The Rakes of Mallow" & "Allen’s Irish Fiddler", http://www.oldmusicproject.com/allans.html, http://www.earlygaelicharp.info/sources/thumoth.htm, http://www.pipers.ie/imco/BTEISA47-TheRakesofMallow.HTM, http://www.mtrecords.co.uk/articles/summers.htm, "The Rakes Of Mallow" ~ 1742 ~ courtesy of Bent Allpress’s link above, "The Rakes of Mallow" ~ having a bit of fun, http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/m2/f7/13533.mp3, http://www.labolduc.qc.ca/la-bolduc-son-oeuvre/paroles-des-chansons/2.html. This tune is most often heard as part of a set dance, not just in ireland, but in New England also. For a more detailed search, take a look at the kinds of information page. The dance for this week is a relatively easy Irish ceili dance that’s good for beginners and experienced dancers alike. gf/e/ d2 | B>c d2 | cA F/A/d/c/ | BG G :| S. Johnson (Kitchen Musician No. 10. gf/e/ dc | BG c2 |c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ |BG G2 :|]. Jane Keefer’s Folk Music Index: An Index to Recorded Sources [1] There are some in amongst the ‘new breeds’ that frown on such tunes and choose to ignore them, avoid them. There were specific dances that were danced to this tune, solo, couple and group… The earliest time base I can take it back to, from living memory, is the late 1800s in Eire/Ireland… I’ll see if I can find any notations for dance…and possibly older printed sources. X: 3 http://www.celtic-sheet-music.com/ Very cool. Spending faster than it comes, In America an early version appears in the music manuscript copybook of Henry Livingston, Jr. Livingston purchased the estate of Locust Grove, Poughkeepsie, New York, in 1771 at the age of 23. Click through for notes and video links. yllabus of rish ances as danced at the arry lough in Berkeley, California. While the gents are swinging with left arms the lady on the left should step into the gents position. K: Gmaj http://www.earlygaelicharp.info/sources/thumoth.htm T: The Rakes of Mallow (Jolly Sailor) gf/e/ dc | B>c dB | c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ | BG G :| It is similar to the tune of The Rigs of Marlow, from which it may have been adapted. Moffat (Minstrelsy of Ireland), 1897; p. 21. gf/e/ dc | Bc d2 | gf/e/ dB | ce A2 | Click on any of them to find tunes that match. Columbia 33505-F (78 RPM), O'Leary's Irish Minstrels (paired with "Jack McGrale's Jig"). GB GB | G/A/B/c/ dA/G/ | FA FA | F/G/A/B/ cB/A/ | Source for notated version: - Lewis Jilson (Bernardstown, Mass.) Hear the 1935 recording by Robert Lemieux and Hector Charbonneau (fiddle and accordion) at the Virtual Gramophone [5] (as "Le râteau de mallon"/"Rakes of Mallon"). GB GB | GB d>B | c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ | BG G :| T: Rakes of Mallow, The One of the early printings of the tune is in the collection of Burke Thumoth, 1745 (as “Rakes of Marlow”), and Paul Gifford has found it in a manuscript of Danish hakkebraet (dulcimer) tablature under the title "Rakes of London," dated 1753. R: march Four stylii were used to transfer this record. R: polka, reel, march, country dance…, X: 5 Smollet Holden (A Collection of Old Established Irish Slow and Quick Tunes, vol. Appears as "Heights of Alma"). Learn The Rakes of Mallow. This is likely to have originally been part of the early wire strung harp repertoire. The elderly Dunham was Henry Ford's champion fiddler in the late 1920's. |:GB GB | GB c/B/A/G/ |FA FA | FA d/c/B/A/ | Ghuilley, Ghuilley, gow inneen. gf/e/ d/e/d/c/ | B/A/B/c/ d/c/B/c/ | gf/e/ d/e/d/c/ | B/A/B/e/ AB/d/ | 31, p. 8. It was background music for a PBS TV series called Sharp’s Rifles a few years ago, where it was used as a march. I play this at 18th Century Rendezvous along with Road to Boston. Laurence. There’s a reference here (1-29) : The Rakes Of Mallow has been added to 724 tunebooks. Still for mellow water crying; Turn and link left arms and dance anticlockwise finishing up between his two partners (4b). L: 1/8 Click on any of them to find tunes that match. X:1 The trios consist of a gentleman with two ladies on his right. – 8 bars The gents link right arms in centre, and, with Promenade Step, dance round clockwise (4 bars), turn and link left arms, dancing anticlockwise, each finishing up between his two partners (4 bars) E. Swing out. Woodchopper (Square Dance Calls with Music and Instructions), 1940; p. 46. |G2 B2 G2 B2|G2 B2 cBAG|F2 A2 F2 A2|F2A2 BAGF| The melody is still heard in English sessions in modern times, although considered a ‘beginner’s tune’, and it is widely recognized throughout the English-speaking world, and despite its Irish-sounding title, the tune's provenance has not been established. K:G Hughes (Gems from the Emerald Isle), London, 1867; No. G2 B2 G2 B2 | G2 B2 cBAG | F2 A2 F2 A2 | F2 A2 BAGF | 33, p. 125. K: GMaj See also listings at: g2 fe d2 c2|B2 c2 d4 |cBAG FGAB |G4 G2 z2|, Interesting take, but there’s no way this sits well as a ‘fling’. The song was written about the Creagh family who came from Doneraile, seven miles away. The song is also in the 4th ed. GB GB | GB cA | BA/G/ AG/F/ | G2 G2 :| Dots to be found here ~ Bluebird B-4937 (78 RPM), Robert Lemieux and Hector Charbonneau (1936, as "Le râteau de mallon"/"Rakes of Mallon"). The title appears in a list of the repertoire of Maine fiddler Mellie Dunham. |: D |\ R: polka Live the Rakes of Mallow. g2 fe d2 c2 | B2 c2 d4 | g2 fe d2 c2 | Bc d2 A4 | This tune is just ubiquitous in Scottish Country Dancing; I don’t think I went to a ceilidh or school dance in my youth when this didn’t pop up somewhere. 14. Russell (1989) calls it a “prosperous little town” today, and one which has attracted industry and population because of the good land nearby. (3bag (3agf (3gfe dc | (3BAG (3cBA d4 | (3edc dB AcBA | G4 G4 :| Bayard (1981) wrote that the title stemmed from the 18th century when the town of Mallow, County Cork (on the river Blackwater between Limerick and Cork City) was a well-known spa and known as the “Irish Bath” [the city of Bath, in England, was famous as a spa]. Live the Rakes of Mallow; Rakes of Mallow A Long Dance in Reel Time, for any even number of trios, danced to the tune of the same name, or any other reel. Formation: O … g2 fe d2 c2 | B2 c2 d4 | cBAG FGAB | G4 G2 z2 |], "Kerr’s Third Collection of Merry Melodies" Bacchus’ true begotten sons, The earliest appearance of the tune is in Walsh’s Caledonian Country Dances (1733). “Rakes of Mallow” was prominently featured in director John Ford’s film The Quiet Man, starring John Wayne (filmed in the village of Cong, Ireland), as the theme for the fight scene when the town comes alive. 145–148. Listen to The Rakes of Mallow - Single by Dance to Tipperary on Apple Music. Live the Rakes of Mallow. Bruce Olson gives a good history of the song at the Digital Tradition Mirror, and writes in part: Although widely known, the widely known version of this song is usually somewhat expurgated. Road to Boston is a fife tune which I have been told was played by General Greene’s troops as they marched north from Rhode Island to help our colonial brethren up in Boston during the Revolutionary War. M: C Two Hand Country Dance Rakes of Mallow Waves of Tory Denis Murphy's Reel Set Dancing North Kerry Set Rakes of Mallow Tento tanec vznikl na ceilí v Irish College v Omeath, protože na tancovačce příÅ¡lo více dívek než chlapců. GB DB | GB d>B | c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ | BG G>D | Notated, renotated and published by Terry Clyde F. O'Neal II, Edited and copy read many times by Lee Thompson-Herbert, 1996 About this syllabus If you don't An important land-owner in the Hudson Valley, and a member of the powerful Livingston family, Henry was also a surveyor and real estate speculator, an illustrator and map-maker, and a Justice of the Peace for Dutchess County. gf/e/ dd/c/ | Bc dB/d/ | c/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ | BG Gf/a/ | AKA and see "Heights of Alma (1) (The)," “Jolly Sailor,” “Piping Tim of Galway,” “Rakes of London,” "Rigs o' Marlow," “Romping Molly.” Irish (originally), English, Scottish, American; Air, Polka, Reel or March. [Linscott]; Les Weir, 1976 (New York State) [Bronner]; seven southwestern Pa. fifers and fiddlers [Bayard]; Bob Fleck (Michigan) [Johnson]. T: Rakes Of Mallow, The This tune is played a lot in the film The Quiet Man starring John Wayne, hi i have grown up with this sort of music all my life, im a dancer, and now am learning it on the fiddle have you got any tips to help me with this tune 🙂. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. M: 2/4 Then like politicians, thinking I try to give some of the variations Johnny Doherty gave in playing the tune by writing out the repeats, AABB ~ M: 4/4 This means that ornamentation takes a back seat to keeping a steady rhythm. Last tune in "Medley of Irish Polkas"). 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