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Glenside Cottage (The)

“The Glenside Cottage” (also known as “The Old Ruined Cottage In The Glen”) is a reel I learned from Terry Bingham’s album. It is the first tune of a set that Terry learned from Jackie Daly, the great accordion player from Sliabh Luachra who now resides in Miltown Malbay. The second tune in the set is “I Have No Money“.

X:1
T:Glenside Cottage
M:4/4
R:Reel
K:Edor
|B2AF DEFA|B2Ad Bdef|dBAF DEFA|BdAF FEEA|
B2AF DEFA|B2Ad Bdef|dBAF DEFA|B2AF FEEA||
|BeeA BddA|Bdef gfed|Beed Bdef|dBAF FEEA|
BeeA BddA|(3Bcd ef g2ga|bgaf gfed|BdAF FEEA||

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