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Lost And Found (The)

I learned The Lost and Found from the the playing of Terry Bingham, who recorded it on his album Traditional Music from Doolin, Co. Clare. It was one of the first tunes I ever learned on the concertina and has been one of my favourites ever since. It is quite a common session tune too!

X:1
T:Lost And Found, The
M:6/8
L:1/8
R:jig
K:Gmaj
|:G2G dGG|edB dBA|G2G dGG|edB AGE|
G2G dGG|edB def|gfe dBA|1 B2e dBA:|2 B2e dBd||
|:g2g bge|f2f afd|~g3 bge|edB GBd|
g2g bge|fef a2a|bag agf|e2g edB:||

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