X:1 % T:Ribbonman's March M:2/4 L:1/8 R:March N:Stanford thought it might be possible that all the high N:'g' notes in the second part were natural. B:Stanford/Petrie - Complete Collection (1905, No. 993) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:A E|A>B cd|e>f ed|cA d/c/B/A/|GE E>G| A>B cd|e>f ed|cA B/c/d/B/|cAA|| f|=g>a ef|=g>a ge|cA d/c/B/A/|GE E2| g>e ef|g>a ge|cA B/c/d/B/|cA A>f| g>e ef|g>a ge|cA d/c/B/A/|GE E>E| A/G/A/B/ cd|e/d/e/f/ e/d/c/B/|cA B/c/d/B/|cAA||
RIBBONMAN’S MARCH, THE. Irish, March (2/4 time). A Major/Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The may refer to the 19th century Ribbonmen  of Ireland, an agrarian populist (but secret) movement that opposed the Orange (Protestant) order. Its objective was to prevent landlords from changing or evicting their tenants.