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Mother And Child (The)

“The Mother And Child” is a reel I learned from the playing of Micho Russell. The tune is also known as “The Yellow Cow”. John Williams recorded a nice version of this tune on his first solo album as well.

I also recorded this reel with Tom Delany on uilleann pipes as part of the Spirit of Doolin video series, see below.

X:1
T:Mother And Child (The)
S:Micho Russell
M:4/4
L:1/8
R:reel
K:Dmaj
A2GE FDD2|EFGG EFGG|A2GE FDDD|EFGE A2AG|
ABGE FDD2|EFGG EFGG|A2GE FDDD|EFGE A2AB||
cAA2 cde2|fAeA dcAB|c2AB cde2|fded d2ed|
cAAB cde2|fAeA dcAB|cAAB cde2|ffef d2dc||

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