This tune is also on JC’s database in F, together with a slightly different version in G and in 2/4, as follows:
d2|:g2bg fgaf|g2d2- d2=cd|edcB cBAG|1 FGAB cdef:|2 FGAF G4:|
|:B2dB dBdB|c2ec ecec|1 B2dB dBdB|cBAG FGAc :|2 Bdgb c’afa | g2b2 g4:||
Both versions in JC’s come with chords, which I’ve stripped out for the purposes of this posting.
Nice tune. It has more of a hornpipe feel to it than a reel.
Reel Or Hornpipe?
I don’t know about you but this tune definately sounds like it should be a hornpipe!!
“New England Fiddler’s Repertoire”
by Randy Miller and Jack Perron, first published in 1983.