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Galway Hornpipe (The)

I learned “The Galway Hornpipe” from Hugh & Colm Healy’s album “Macalla na hÓige”. I always enjoy playing “The Good Natured Man” after it, I think it is a very nice change.

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T:Galway Hornpipe, The
R:Hornpipe
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FE|:D2FA dAFD|CDEF G2FE|D2FA dcdf|(3efe (3dcB (3ABA (3GFE|
D2FA dAFD|CDEF GEFG|AdcB AGFE|1 D2CE D2FE:|2 D2CE D2de||
|:f2fg fedc|B2BA BcdB|e2ef edcB|A2^GB A2Bc|
d2de fdAF|GFGA BdcB|AdcB AGFE|1 D2CE D2de:|2 D2CE D2FE||

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