X:1 % T:Boyle's Reel M:4/4 L:1/8 R:Hornpipe K:D fg|a>fd>f b>^ge>c|d>cd>f e>dc>B|A>cd>f e>dc>B|A>aa>b a2 f>^g| a>ba>f g>ag>e|f>ae>c d2 e^g|f>de>c d>BA>G|F>DE>C D2||F>^G| A>FD>F A>FD>F|A>=cd>e f>ed>c|B>^GE>G B>GE>G|e2 e>c Acea| f>df>a g>fe>f g>fe>c d2 e^g|f>de>c d>BA>G|F>DE>C D2||
BOYLE'S REEL. AKA and see "Salamanca (1)." American, Hornpipe. USA, southwestern Pa. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. This tune is the much better known "Salamanca" with the parts reversed. Bayard's source learned the tune from John O'Boyle, a traveling salesman and fiddler who stayed with the source when he worked his routes through the county. The two would stay up long into the night playing and exchanging tunes.