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Humours of Ballymanus (The)

“The Humours of Ballymanus” is a slip jig I learned from Siobhan Peoples and Murty Ryan’s wonderful album “Time on our Hands”. Siobhan and Murty are two fabulous musicians who live in Ennis and in my opinion one of the best duet of the last 20 years in Irish music.

X:1
T:Humours Of Ballymanus
R:Slip Jig
M:9/8
L:1/8
K:D
|:A2A AGF AGF|A2A AGF Bcd|A2A AGF AGF|B2B B2A Bcd:||
|:dfa afd cBA|dfa afd fga|dfa afd cBA|B2B B2A Bcd:||
|:F2F dAF dAF|F2F dAF Bcd|F2F dAF dAF|B2B B2A Bcd:||

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