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Lilting Banshee (The)

“The Lilting Banshee” is a very common session jig and it was the second tune I ever learned. My friend Stéphane taught it to me on tin whistle during my first summer in Doolin, back in 2006.

X:1
T:Lilting Banshee, The
M:6/8
R:Jig
K:Ador
|:EAA EAA|BAB G2A|Bee edB|dBA GED|
EAA EAA|BAB G2A|Bee edB|1 dBA A2G:|2 dBA A2g||
|:eaa age|dBA G2A|Bee edB|def gfg|
eaa age|dBA G2A|Bee edB|1 dBA A2g:|2 dBa A2G||

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