Coleman's Cross (4)
X: 1 T: Coleman's Cross  M: 6/8 L: 1/8 R: jig K: Edor |:d|B2e efe|~B2e efe|A2d ded|~A2d ded| B2e efe|B2e g2a|bag agf|gee e2:| |:f|gdB ~G3|~F3 AFD|GB/2c/2d efg|fdc def| gdB ~G3|~F3 AFD|GB/2c/2d efg|fdc d2:|
COLEMAN'S CROSS . AKA and see "Champion (2)," "John Kimmel's Jig," "Kimmel's Jig (2)," "Paddy Ryan's Favorite Irish Jig," "Smash (The)." Irish, Jig (6/8 time). E Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Coleman's Cross is a placename in County Sligo, a once-popular place for crossroad dances. This is a variant of the last two parts of a four-part piece known as "Champion (2)." It was recorded in New York by accordion player John J. Kimmel on 78 RPM in 1916 under the title "Smash (The)."