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Maho Snaps (The)

“The Maho Snaps” is a lovely little jig that I got from Terry Bingham during the Russell Memorial Weekend a few years back. I believe Terry got this tunes from Cathal McConnell, the flute player with The Boys Of The Lough.

Watch the video of “The Maho Snaps” below!

X:1
T:Maho Snaps, The
R:jig
M:6/8
K:G
|:G2D GBd|gdB GAB|cBc EFG|AFD DEF|
G2D GBd|gdB GAB|cBc EFG|1 AGF G2D:|2 AGF G2B||
|:dBd ece|fdf gfe|dBd efg|fd^c dBc|
dBd ece|fdf gfe|dcB Aaf|1 gGG G2B:|2 gGG G2D||

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