Annotation:Blooming Meadows (3)

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X:1 T:Blooming Meadows, The T:Lark on the Strand, The T:Primrose Glen, The R:jig D:Colm Murphy: An Bodhr\'an Z:id:hn-jig-111 Z:transcribed by M:6/8 K:G BA|:GEF ~G2A|BAG ABd|edd gdd|edB dBA| GEF G2A|BAG AB/c/d|edd gdB|1 AGF GBA:|2 AGF GBd|| |:~g3 efg|afd edB|Add fdd|ed^c def| ~g3 ~a3|bag fgf|edc BcA|1 BGF GBd:|2 BGF G|| P:Variations: BA|:GEF G2A|BAG AB/c/d|edd gdd|~e3 dBA| GEF ~G2A|BAG ABd|edg edB|1 AGF GBA:|2 AGF GBd|| |:~g3 efg|afd edB|Add fdd|ed^c def| ~g3 abc'|bag fgf|edc BcA|1 BGF GB/c/d:|2 BGF G||

BLOOMING MEADOWS [3], THE. AKA and see "Lark on the Strand (2)," "Lass on the Strand (3)," "Primrose Glen (The)," "Wicky Sears." Irish, Double Jig (6/8 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. Breathnach (1963) says the tune is sometimes incorrectly called "Lark on the Strand (2)," although this title seems to have stuck. The "Wicky Sears" title comes from Jerry O'Brien's Irish Folk Dance Music (Roxbury, Mass.).

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