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Killarney Boys of Pleasure (The)

I learned “The Killarney Boys of Pleasure” a good few years back on the tin whistle from my good friend Johannes Perritaz, a great flute player from Switzerland. This reel is quite common in sessions around Clare.

X:1
T:Killarney Boys of Pleasure
R:reel
M:4/4
K:Edor
|:E2ED E2FA|BFAF DEFA|B2Bd e2fe|dBAF DEFD|
E2ED E2FA|BdAF DEFA|B2Bd e2fe|1 dBAF FEED:|2 dBAF FEE2||
|:Beed Beed|B2AF DEFA|f2fe defe|dBAF DEFA|
Beed Beed|B2AF DEFA|f2fe defe|1 dBAF FEE2:|2 dBAF FEED||

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