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X:1 T:Seamus McManus S:Alan Ng N:Adapted from a version from harper Turner Collins, who learned it in Missouri Z: id:ng-other-22 Transcribed by Alan Ng alan@alan-ng.net 14 Jan. 2003 F:http://www.john-chambers.us/~jc/music/abc/mirror/polyglot.lss.wisc.edu/ng-other.abc K:GMaj M:3/4 L:1/4 d/g/|e d B|G>A B/G/|E>G G/E/|D2 (3D/E/F/| G>F G/B/|e d B|A>^G A/B/|A2 (3B/c/d/| e d B|G>A B/G/|E g>f|e>f g/e/| d B G|A E F|G>F G/A/|G2:| L:1/8 GE|DG Bd BG|DG Bd BG|EG ce cG|EG ce cG| DG Bd BG|DG Bd BG|DF Ac AF|DF Ac AF| DG Bd BG|DG Bd BG|E2 g3f|e3f ge| d2 B2 G2|A2 E2 F2|G3 F GA|G4:|**



SEAMUS McMANUS. AKA - "Shamus McManus Waltz." Canadian, Waltz (3/4 time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB. Traditional.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: - Joe McIsaac (Cape Breton, Nova Scotia) via Seamus and Manus McGuire (Co. Sligo, Ireland) [Matthiesen].

Printed sources : - Matthiesen (Waltz Book II), 1995; p. 52.

Recorded sources: - Folk Legacy Records FSE 078, Seamus & Manus McGuire - "Humors of Lissadell" (1980). Arc Records ARC-527, Joe MacIsaac - "The Sound of Cape Breton" (c. 1965)



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