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An Chóisir

I don’t remember where I got this slide, “An Chóisir”, exactly, but I think it was during one of my visit to Dingle in West Kerry.
Séamus Begley & Steve Cooney play a great version of that tune on their legendary album “Meitheal”.

X:1
T:An Chóisir
T:Johnny O’Leary’s
R:Slide
M:12/8
L:1/8
K:Bmin
|:F2B BAB d2e faf|e2e efe c2e a3|
F2B BAB d2e faf|1 e2d B2A B3 G3:|2 e2d B2A B3 d2e||
|:f3 efe ded c3|BAB c2B A2F F2E|
F2B BAB d2e faf|1 e2d B2A B3 d2e:|2 e2d B2A B3 G3||

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