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You can also check out wwwfreesheetmusic.net Lots of good celtic, folk , and universal music. Also has midi files to listen to. Pretty coolcheers

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Kevin it is HIGHLANDLY appreciated!

 

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There's a good version of this in sheet music form in The fiddler's fake book by David Brody. It's a great book and an excellent resource for tunes of this sort. Can be found fairly inexpensively online, especially for the amount of material in it.

 

Also, a recorded version I like is on an album called The hammered dulcimer (theres fiddle too so dont be fooled by the title) from Bill Spence & Fennig's All Star String Band. It's paired up with another tune called the boys of wexford, which is a fairly simple tune, and they go real well together in my opinion. It seems whenever i play one i have to play the other too or i feel like incomplete...lol.

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Frost said
 It's paired up with another tune called the boys of wexford, which is a fairly simple tune, and they go real well together in my opinion. It seems whenever i play one i have to play the other too or i feel like incomplete...lol.

Lol I always play Turkey in the Straw with it.  I'll check out the Boys of Wexford though. 

 

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I am glad this popped up.  I needed the sheet. yahoo!!  (thanks Kevin and Pierre)

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