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Cliffs of Moher

This is a version of the famous jig “The Cliffs Of Moher” that I got from my friend Chrisophe Guillemot, a great fiddle player and harpist from Brittany who spent a few summers in Doolin. It is also played in E minor at times.

X:1
T:Cliffs Of Moher, The
M:6/8
R:Jig
K:Dmix
|:Add d2c|Add cAG|ECC G,CC|EDC DEG|
Add d2c|A2d cAG|ECC G,CC|1 EDC D2G:|2 EDC D2D||
|:A2A GED|A2A GED|ECC G,CC|EDC DEG|
AGA GED|AcA GED|ECC G,CC|EDC D2D:||

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