the mullingar races

This is quite a common hornpipe in the area but it goes around with different names. I've listed it under "The Mullingar Races" as it is the name I found in O'Neill's book. Terry Bingham recorded it on his album as "Byrne's Hornpipe" but I actually learned it at a session with Noel O'Donoghue and Sean Vaughan and they call it "Dinny O'Brien's Hornpipe". To Listen to the tune, please watch the video below !

X:1
T:Mullingar Races, The
T:Dinny O'Brien's
R:Hornpipe
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:G
|:G2BG ABcA|defd gfdc|B2Bd cBcA|GBAF DEFD|
G2BG ABcA|defd gfdc|B2Bd cAFG|1 AGGF G2 (3dBA:|2 AGGF G2Bd||
|:g2ga gfdf|g2bg afde|f2fg a2ag|fde^c d=cAF|
G2BG ABcA|defd gfdc|B2Bd cAFG|1 AGGF G2Bd:|2 AGGF G2 (3DEF||

mullingarraces