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Kilfenora Lass (The)

I learned “The Kilfenora Lass” from Tommy Peoples, it is on the “Fiddler’s Fancy” CD. When I learned this jig I thought it would be a common Kilfenora tune, but the truth is I actually never heard it in sessions.

X:1
T:Kilfenora Lass (The)
R:Jig
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:G
|:e2A BAG|EAA ABd|e2A B2A|BGG GBd|
e2A BAG|EAA ABd|efg dBA|BGF GBd:||
g2g efg|eag fed|gfg eag|fd^c def|
gfg efg|eag fed|efg dBA|BGF GBd|
~g3 efg|eag fed|g2g eag|fd^c def|
gfg aga|b2a ged|efg dBA|BGF GBd||

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