New York Jig (3) (The)

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X:1 T:New York Jig [3] T:Kitty of Coleraine [2] T:Paddy's Resource L:1/8 M:6/8 K:G D|GFG DB,D|GBd e2d|gdB BAB|cBc E2F| ~G3 DB,D|GBd e2d|gdB BAB|cEF G2:| |:D|GBd GBd|GBd cBA|GBd efg|fdc def| geg fdf|ede dBG|cBc Adc|BGF G2:|



NEW YORK JIG [3], THE. AKA and see "Belle of the Kitchen (1)," "Kitty of Coleraine (2)," "Paddy's Resource (1)," "Rover (2) (The)." Irish, Jig (6/8 time). The "New York Jig" title for the tune stems from c. 1960's and comes from a Bobby Gardiner recording, although New York musician and researcher Don Meade believes it may derive from its inclusion in the repertoire of the the New York Ceili Band. There is some similarity in the first strain to "Pride of Slieve Aughty."


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