Item number 1310119,
74 pages. Song List: After The Battle Of Aughrim (Irish Air/March With Drones) - DAC Tuning After The Battle Of Aughrim (Irish Air/Expanded) - DAC Tuning Will Ye No' Come Back Again? - DAA Tuning - Composed by: Lady Carolina Nairne Will Ye No' Come Back Again? - DAD Tuning - Composed by: Lady Carolina Nairne The Ash Grove - DAA Tuning The Ash Grove - DAD Tuning Air Falalalo (Elemental) - DAA Tuning Air Falalalo (Elemental) - DAD Tuning Air Falalalo (Reharmonized) - DAA Tuning Air Falalalo (Reharmonized) - DAD Tuning Greensleeves - DAA Tuning Greensleeves - DAD Tuning Waly, Waly (Elemental) - DAA Tuning Waly, Waly (Reharmonized) - DAA Tuning Road To Lisdoonvarna (Elemental) - DAD Tuning Road To Lisdoonvarna (Ornamented) - DAD Tuning Irish Washerwoman - DAD Tuning Irish Washerwoman - DGD Tuning Kesh Jig - DAD Tuning Kesh Jig - DGD Tuning Kesh Jig (Lower Octave) - DAD Tuning Kesh Jig (Lower Octave) - DGD Tuning Swallowtail Jig - DAA Tuning Swallowtail Jig - DAD Tuning Swallowtail Jig (Ornamented) - DAA Tuning Swallowtail Jig (Ornamented) - DAD Tuning Lilting Banshee - DAD Tuning Another Jig Will Do - DAD Tuning Rocky Road To Dublin I - DAD Tuning Rickett's Hornpipe - DAA Tuning Rickett's Hornpipe - DAD Tuning Rights Of Man - DAD Tuning Merrily Kissed The Quaker's Wife - DAD Tuning Merrily Kissed The Quaker's Wife - DGD Tuning O'Keefe's Slide (Elemental) - DAD Tuning O'Keefe's Slide (Melody) - DAD Tuning O'Keefe's Slide (With Chords) - DAD Tuning Rakes Of Mallow - DAA Tuning Rakes Of Mallow - DAD Tuning Sally In The Garden - DAA Tuning Glass Island Reel - DAD Tuning Red-Haired Boy - DAD Tuning Brachanloam (With Drones) - DAD Tuning Brachanloam - DAD Tuning The Braes Of Tulliement - DAD Tuning Southwind - DAA Tuning Southwind - DAD Tuning Slane "Be Thou My Vision" - DAA / DAD Tuning
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