Steel City slip jig

Steel City has been added to 6 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Steel City
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Emin
E2B A2G E2D|E2B B2A Bcd|E2B A2G EFG|A2D D2E FGA|E2B A2G E2B,|E2B B2A GAB|
d2d c2B A2G|FGF EFE D3:|:C2B, C2D E2F|G2F G2A Bcd|c2B c2B A2F|
G2G F2E DED|E2E D2E GEG|A2G A2B cBA|BcA B2A Bcd|e2B GBG E3:|
2
X: 2
T: Steel City
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Bmin
B2f e2d B2A|B2f f2e fga|B2f e2d Bcd|e2A A2B cde|B2f e2d B2F|B2f f2e def|
a2a g2f e2d|cdc BcB A3:|:G2F G2A B2c|d2c d2e fga|g2f g2f e2c|
d2d c2B ABA|B2B A2B dBd|e2d e2f gfe|fge f2e fga|b2f dfd B3:|

Four comments

C: ~ for composer & comment ~ please

A basic courtesy appreciated here, rather than just ‘dump-and-run’…

4 self-composed slip jigs and one French waltz out of 5 contribugtions

PLEASE! - basic considerations would include at least a cursory once over of the FAQs here, where you’ll find amongst the reasonable requests of our webmaster Jeremy:

Sounds like "the rocky road"!

😏

Definitely under that influence, and with the less common practice of maxing out this slip jig to twice the usual length for each part, which can cause a tune to drag like a sheepdog butt down across a grassy field…