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The Yorkshire Trip.
An English three part Slip Jig, published by John Johnson in 1744. Also in William Vickers Northumbrian manuscript of 1770.
Played on Hammered Dulcimer, English Concertina, Fiddle, Tenor Banjo & Bodhran.
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3 hours ago, John Wild said:

Notes in the Vickers book (The Great Northern Tune book, Part 1)  give an alternative title, The trip to York.

Oooh how delightful a trip to York..nowadays it's so busy and packed with visitors, traffic,  and noise; I will suggest another variant: "Fleeing the York mob ".. 😊

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