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X:1 T:Have you seen, or have you heard M:C L:1/8 R:Air Q:"Slow" B:Smollet Holden - Collection of favourite Irish Airs (London, c. 1841; p. 6) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G B>A|G2 FE D3E|G3A G>AB>G|A2 A>B A2 G>A|B2 AG E2 B>A| G2 FE D3E|~G3A GABc|d4 edcB|d2 G2G2:| |:(GA/B/)|~c3d e2 dc|B4 dBAG|G4 TA4{GA}|B2 AG E2 B>A| G2 F>E D3E|G3A GABc|d4 (ed)cB|d2 G2G2:|]

HAVE YOU SEEN OR HAVE YOU HEARD. AKA and see "A Mháire! is deas do gháire." Irish, Air (4/4 or 6/8 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB (Petrie): AABB (Holden). An Irish version of "(My) Ain Kind Dearie (O)/My Ain Kind Dearie," part of a family of tunes in both duple and triple meter. See note for "annotation:Baile Bheachain." See also "Sweet Innisfallen" and "Widow Machree."

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - "Vide Holden's vol. From old MS of Father Walsh" and "As sung by (the Irish collector) Mr. Joyce's father" [Stanford/Petrie].

Printed sources : - Smollet Holden (Collection of favourite Irish Airs), London, c. 1841; p. 6. Stanford/Petrie (Complete Collection), 1905; Nos. 640 & 641, pp. 160-161.

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