Milford Haven

This is a jig. Its usually in the major mode, and here it appears first in C major, but I've also given it a treatment in the relative minor of A minor. This arrangement works if you play it Major, Minor and then back to Major. Its quite a wide ranging second part, and flutes and whistles will need to transpose octaves to keep it in range, but its fun to play!

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