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Boys of Ballisodare (The)

“The Boys of Ballisodare” is a popular session tune which I learned from Christy Barry, Terry Bingham & James Devitt. It is very often played before another reel called “The Five Mile Chase“.

Watch the video for “The Boys of Ballisodare” below.

X:1
T:Boys of Ballisodare
R:Reel
M:4/4
K:G
d~G3 dGeG|d~G3 BAAB|d~G3 dedB|AcBA GED2|
d~G3 dGeG|d~G3 BAA2|B~d3 eBdB|AcBA GED2||
g2ga b2af|~g3a b2af|gfga bgaf|gfed (3Bcd ef|
gfga bgaf|g2ga bgeg|bgaf gedB|AcBA GED2||
B~d3 Bdgd|Bdgd BAAc|B~d3 eBdB|AcBA GED2|
B~d3 Bdgd|Bdgd BABd|e~B3 eBdB|AcBA GED2||

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