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Little Black Pig (The)

“The Little Black Pig” is a version of the well known jig “The Walls of Liscarrol”. I learned this tune from the playing of Doolin’s own Micho Russell.

X:1
T:Little Black Pig (The)
M:6/8
R:Jig
K:Dmix
|:ABA DFA|ded dcA|GEE cEE|GEG c2c|
A2A DFA|ded dcA|GEE cEE|DED D2G:||
|:d2d ecA|dcd ecA|GEE cEE|GEG c2c|
dcd ecA|d2d ecA|GEE cEE|DED D2G:||

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