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Flowing Tide (The)

“The Flowing Tide” is a hornpipe that is very much associated with the playing of the legendary Chris Droney, concertina player from Bell Harbour.

RIP Chris Droney (1924-2020).

X:1
T:Flowing Tide (The)
R:Hornpipe
M:4/4
K:G
|:G2GB dGBd|GBdg bgag|(3efg dg Bdge|dBAG edBA|
G2GB dGBd|GBdg bgag|(3efg dg Bdge|dBAB G2BA:||
|:G2GB AGED|gfge dBGA|cABG AGEG|cABG AG (3EFG|
DGBd B2AB|cABG AG (3EFG|DGBd gdBG|DGFA G2BA:||

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