X: 1 T: Little Ark S: "Johnny O'Leary of Sliabh Luachra" (#4 as gan ainm) Z: B.Black L: 1/8 M: 4/4 R: reel K: G G2 GA/B/ dedB|cABG AGEB|G2 GB d4|e/f/gfa gedB| G2 GB dedB|cABG AGEF|G2 GB d2 d2|e/f/gfa g4 || gabg aged|egge dB B2|gabg aged|e/f/gfa g4| gabg aged|efge dBBA|G2 GB d2 d2|e/f/gfa gedB ||
LITTLE ARK. AKA and see "Highland a' Choille," "Loudon's Bonnie Woods." Irish, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The tune is popular as a schottische in Scotland, notes Nigel Gatherer, under the title " Louden's Bonnie Woods." In County Donegal the tune is played set as a Highland called "Highland a' Choille." The first two bars are nearly identical (although transposed) to A. Clarkson's (Fife) "Mr. G. Patterson's Reel," although the remainder of the tune differs.