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Humours of Lissadell (The)

I learned “The Humours of Lissadell” after a weekend trip to Inishbofin with Tom Delany, Caroline Keane and a few others in 2014, it was like the “tune of the weekend”. It is quite a common session tune and often followed by “The Queen of May”.

X:1
T:Humours Of Lissadell (The)
R:reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Edor
|:e~B3 eBdB|A~F3 EDB,A,|B,~E3 B,EGE|F~B3 FBdf|
e~B3 eBdB|A~F3 EDB,A,|B,EED EFGA|(3Bcd ed e2gf:||
|:e~B3 A2FA|d2df edef|d~f3 dfbf|afdf edBc|
d2fd BcdB|A~F3 ABde|f2ef dfbf|afdf e2gf:||

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