Cutting at the Broom

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CUTTING AT THE BROOM. AKA and see "Lad and the money is all my own," "Churlish Husband," "Intrepid," "Lass and the Money is All My Own (The)," "Portpatrick," "Port Patrick." English, Jig. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The melody appears in the c. 1840 music manuscript collection of John Rook, a musician from Cumbria. The melody was published in 1757 as "Intrepid (The)" in Charles and Samuel Thompson's Compleat Collection of 200 Favourite Country Dances, vol. 1.

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