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X:1 T:Sláinte na n-Gaodal M:C L:1/8 Q:”Andante” B:Batt Scanlon – The Violin Made Easy and Attractive (1923, p. 20) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G D2|G2 (G>A) B2 AG|A2 (A>G) E2 zD|G2 (G>F) G2 (Bd)|(e4 d2)zd| e2 (e>d) B3d|(cB)(AG) E3D|(.GG) (Bd) e2 (dB) |(A4G2)|| D2|(G>A) B2 (BA)|G2 (G>E) D3D|G2 (G>F) G2 (Bd)|(e4d2) zd| e2 (ed) B2 (Bd)|(cB)(AG) !fermata!E3 D|(G>G) (Bd) !fermata!e2 (dB)|(A4 {G}G2)||

SLÁINTE NA NGAODHAL. AKA and see "Loch Lomond (1)," "Red is the Rose." Irish, Air or March (4/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The air is a famous Scots melody known as "Loch Lomond," also used as a air for the song "Red is the Rose."

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Roche (Collection of Traditional Irish Music vol. 3), 1927; No. 40, p. 11. Scanlon (The Violin Made Easy and Attractive), 1923; p. 20.

Recorded sources: -BMG 09026 60916-2, The Chieftains - "An Irish Evening. Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast" (1992).

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