78 Eatonwood Green slip jig

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X: 1
T: 78 Eatonwood Green
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Ddor
"D5"[DA]6cBG|A3d3cBG|"G5"B3-B2A BAG|dBG"D5"A6||
"A"e3a3ged|ecAa3aed|"C"ecG EGc edc|"G"dBG DGB dBd||
"Dm"d2f Ade fed|"C"ecg cef gfe|"F"afc' ea_b c'ba|"Bb"_bdf dba gab|
"Dm"adf dag fga|"C"gce cgf efg|"Dm"fed Ade fed|"C"edc Gcd eee||
"Bb"f2g1/2f1/2e6|"A"e2f1/2e1/2d6|^cde feg fed|fed e^cA GFE||
"D5"dAd fed def|"C5"e3 efe =cCG|"A"A^cA EAc edc|"Dm" DFA dfa d' z2||

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78 Eatonwood Green

This is my best shot at Rich Mullin’s “78 Eatonwood Green,” a song he wrote after staying in Ireland for a bit in honor of the place they stayed. This was originally performed on Hammer Dulcimer with the D part played on a classical guitar. The E part doesn’t really have a melody, so I wrote some notes to flesh out the chords that had no melody with them.

As performed by The Ragamuffin Band, it goes:
A, A, B, A, A, B, A, C, C, A, A, B, A, D, D, A, A, B, A, E

Each parts ends with a double bar so you can tell which part is which.

Studio recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj0UUQJKCS4&ab_channel=RichMullins-Topic

Live performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eYj7vP67dA&ab_channel=RagamuffinArchive