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Con Cassidy’s (Jig)

“Con Cassidy’s” is a jig from Donegal which I learned from the playing of the great flute player Frankie Kennedy, who recorded it on his wonderful duet album with Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh. Hugh and Colm Healy also recorded it on their album Macalla na hÓige.

X:1
T:Con Cassidy’s
R:jig
M:6/8
K:G
|:B2B cBc|dgg d2g|fed cAF|Ggg d2c|
BAB cBc|dgg d2g|fed cAF|1 GAF G2A:|2 GAF GBd||
|:gGG fGG|efg d2c|BAG Aag|fed efg|
agf gfe|fed (3efg a|gfe def|1 gGG GBd:|2 gGG G2A||

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