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O’Neill’s Hornpipe

Moderate (Grades 4-6)
1 minute
World music
Voice + guitar
Instrumental parts
Not available
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An enjoyable Irish traditional hornpipe that also gives the guitarist a good workout in arpeggio playing in the key of A major. More music & info at www.guitarlessonsdundrum.com

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