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Humours of Scarriff (The)

“The Humours of Scarriff” is quite a common session reel, which I learned from my friend Thierry Masure during a visit at his house near Miltown Malbay a few years ago. Thanks Thierry!

X:1
T:Humours of Scarriff (The)
R:Reel
M:4/4
K:Ddor
d2de f2ed|cAGc AcGc|Adde f2ed|cAGE EDDG|
Adde fded|cAGc AcG2|Adde f2ed|cAGE EDD2||
ecgc acgc|ecgc eaag|ecgc acgc|edcd edd2|
ecgc acgc|ecgc eaag|abag eged|cAGE EDD2||

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