'' Young Terence McDonough  ''

I Also enclosed = Sheet music, Midi, And an Mp3 of a Harper player By - Gráinne Hambly http://grainne.harp.net/

X:1 T:Young Terence McDonough T:McDonogh's Lamentation R:Air C:Turlough O'Carolan 1696 M:3/4 L:1/8 K:Bb G>F| D2 G2 A>^F|  G4   GA|B2 d2 cB |  c4  c2  | d2 g2  gf |d2 f2 d<c|B2 A2 G2 |  F4 G>A  | B2 A2  G2 |  g4   fg|a2 f2 fg |  f4 dc   | B2 A2  G2 |^F2 A2 Bc|d2 D2 GA |    G4    || G>F| D2 G2  G2 |  G4   GF|D2 B2 B2 |  B4   AG | F2 f2  f2 |gf ed  cB|db ag fe |  d4   dc | B2 B2  cB |A2 A2  A2|BA Bc d=e|  f4   dc | B2 B2  B2 |  A4   Bc|d2 D2 GA |    G4    ||

W:Was composed on the death of a famous young W:Catholic lawyer of Sligo. First printed in The W:Hibernian Muse, London 1787. The melody was W:used with Sir Walter Scott's poem "The Return to Ulster" W:and also with "The Moon Dimmed Her Beams".

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Thanks for all the info there Jim. I'll get amongst it all and sift everything for the links page etc. In the short term, if you've not already found it for yourself, I managed to track this version down and thought you might like it.




Its a great little tune. I might have to learn this one myself!






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