Jig, G, Traditional Irish
Also known as: Have A Drink On Me; Come Have a Drink with Me
- Video – Mary MacNamara: The Killavil Jig / Have A Drink With Me (jigs) – from the album Traditional Music from East Clare. (Have a Drink with Me starts at time 1:42 in this recording.)
- Audio – John Whelan: Boys of the Town / Gallagher’s Frolics / Have a Drink with Me – played at slow tempo on button accordion. From John Whelan’s 2021 “Taking Time” Session Recordings Archive, Taking Time #25. Please consider contributing to John (tip jars at liked page) for making these recordings available.
Dots (Music Notation)
As always for traditional tunes, the musical notation and chords do not indicate the “right” way to play the tune, but are a useful reference.
Play from the Dots
Examples of sets that include this tune.
- Cordal Jig / Gallagher’s Frolics / Have a Drink with Me
- Boys of the Town / Gallagher’s Frolics / Have a Drink with Me
- The Killavil Jig / Have A Drink With Me
- Have A Drink With Me / Humours Of Glendart
References and Resources
For those who want to dig deeper, here are some other resources.
- Book – O’Neill’s 1001 Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes, Airs and Marches (This tune is number 20 in the book.)
- Webpage – TheSession: Have A Drink With Me (Jig) – crowdsourced sheet music, comments, and other information.
- Webpage – The Irish Traditional Music Tune Index: Have a Drink with Me