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Laccaroe (The)

“The Laccaroe” is a tune I learned from my friend JB Samzun, who plays fiddle. He got this lovely reel from the playing of Pat O’Connor and it is also know as “The Old Ashplant” or “Eonach Mhic Coilín”.

X:1
T:Laccaroe (The)
R:reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Edor
BEGE DEGA|BEGE d2BA|BEGE DEGA|BGdB A2GA|
BEGE DEGA|BEGE d2BA|BEGE DEGA|BddB A2GA||
Beed BAGA|(3Bcd ef gfed|Beed BAGA|BedB A2GA|
Beed BAGA|(3Bcd ef ~g3a|bgaf gfed|BddB A2GA||

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