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    Default Thomas Leixlip the Proud

    This was a BLAST to learn! Watch those pesky 16th notes!! They can sure throw you off if your 6/8 picking pattern isn't spot on (DUDDUD). I hope you enjoy this one!

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    Default Re: Thomas Leixlip the Proud

    Easier to embed it here:



    This sounds more like a waltz to me than a jig and at thesession.org it is transcribed both ways on two different pages. Funny also that it was erroneously attributed to O'Carolan. Still it is a nice rolling sweet tune and you play it very well.
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