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Ladies’ Pantalettes (The)

I don’t remember when I learned The Ladies’ Pantalettes, but it is a very common session tune. I associate this reel with concertina maestro Noel Hill, who plays this tune in one of my favourite videos ever (see below, it’s the first tune after the slow air).

X:1
T:Ladies’ Pantalettes (The)
R:Reel
M:4/4
K:G
BdcA G2GB|A~F3 c~F3|BdcA G2ge|fdcA AGGA|
BdcA G2GB|A~F3 c~F3|BdcA G2ge|fdcA AGG2||
fgaf g2fg|a2ag fdde|fgaf g2ag|fdcA AGG2|
fgaf g2fg|abag fdde|f2fg a2ag|fdcA AGGA||

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