Irish bagpipes solo, HMV IM525. Jackson was an 18th century piper/composer who gave his name to many fine tunes, most famously this one, which lends itself well to the pipes with room for cranning and staccato passages. Patsy Touhey recorded a typically intricate three part version on a wax cylinder, with one of his trademark flurries of notes in the third part. The Clare Jig is the title in John Roche's collection for the tune now called the Mug of Brown Ale. The next tune in Roche's book after the Clare Jig is the Maids of Tramore, which Leo also recorded. This is a version of Scatter the Mud but with a different second part.
More of Leo's 78 RPM recordings may be heard on the CD "Classics of Irish Piping" on the Topic label. Leo's 50s LP Ri Na Bpiobairi (The King Of The Pipers) has also been reissued on CD. Walton's has published an excellent book of Leo's transcriptions, the Leo Rowsome Collection of Irish Music.