Off She Goes

The popular fiddle tune "Off She Goes” was popular throughout the British Isles and North America. Some sources say that, in the days of sailing, it was a tradition for the fiddle player to sit on the deck of the ship playing “Off She Goes” as the ship departed harbor.

The date of origin and the composer's name are still unknown today. However, “Off She Goes” is found in several 19th century musicians’ manuscripts. In French-Canadian collections, this melody is known as “La Danse des Sutins.” This jig is also known as Gigue Du Bonhomme, The Lancer's Quadrille, The Lancer's, The Launch, Off She Goes To Miramichi, Off We Go, and Humpty Dumpty,

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