The title is used for dances at
At Bledington and Fieldtown this is a leapfrog dance.
Research by Mike Heaney established that the title is a corruption of the phrase “Glorious Year” – taken from a song titled ‘Now Comes on the Glorious Year’, which was published in 1709 in Thomas D’Urfey’s The Modern Prophets.
The Bledington tune appears to be based on the song’s melody. A completely different tune is used in the other two traditions.
The Morris Dancer, Volume 1, No. 8 (November 1980), pp12-14 https://themorrisring.org/document/morris-dancer-volume-1-no-8