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Coachman’s Whip (The)

“The Coachman’s Whip” is a composition of flute player Vincent Broderick from Co. Galway. I learned it from my friend fiddle player Thierry Masure, with whom I have enjoyed sharing tunes for several years.

X:1
T:Coachman’s Whip (The)
R:Reel
C:Vincent Broderick
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:G
|:d2BG DGBG|E2BE dEBE|d2BG DGBG|FGAc BGGB|
d2BG DGBG|E2BE dEBE|FGAB cdef|1 gdcA BGGB:|2 gdcA BGGE||
|:D2DE G3B|d2BG DGBG|E2BE dEBE|dBAG EAGE|
D3E G2GB|d2BG DGBG|FGAB cdef|1 gdcA BGGE:|2 gdcA BGG2||

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