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Cronin’s Hornpipe

“Cronin’s Hornpipe” is a popular tune that I learned from Terry Bingham. I also associate this tune with my good friend Adrian McMahon, a great flute player from Kilfenora. Adrian likes to play it after “The Rights of Men”, which makes a really nice change.

X:1
T:Cronin’s Hornpipe
R:Hornpipe
M:4/4
K:G
BA|:GABd dBde|gage dega|bage dBGA|BAAG AcBA|
G2GB d2de|gage dega|bage dBAB|1 G2GF G2BA:|2 G2GF G2fg||
|:afd^c dega|beed e2ga|bgaf gedB|BAAG AcBA|
GABd dBde|gage dega|bage dBAB|1 G2GF G2fg:|2 G2GF G2BA||

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