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Bó Mhín Na Toitean

“Bó Mhín Na Toitean” is a strathspey I learned a long time ago when I was still in Switzerland. It comes from the playing of the great Donegal band Altan.

X:1
T:Bo Mhin Na Toitean
M:4/4
L:1/8
R:Strathspey
K:Ador
|:A2 e2 e2 dB|d2 ef ge a2|A2 e2 e2 dB|eg ed BA GB|
A2 e2 e2 dB|d2 ef ge a2|eg ed e/f/g ed|B2 AG A2 BG:||
|:A2 a2 a2 ge|d2 ef ge a2|A2 a2 a2 ge|dg ed BA GB|
A2 a2 a2 ge|d2 ef ge a2|eg ed e/f/g ed|B2 AG A2 BG:||

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