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Tune Req: Angus Polkas

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Subject: Angus Polka
From: GUEST,Joe McNally (banjo@terracom.net)
Date: 20 Jan 00 - 10:36 AM

Greetings,

I am looking for the sheet music for two Celtic polkas..."Angus Polka #1"...and "Angus Polka #2". I heard them on a Boys of the Lough recording a while back. I would appreciate any help.

Thank you

Joe McNally

P.S. Please respond to my home e-mail (banjo@terracom.net)


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Subject: Angus Polkas
From: GUEST,Joe McNally e-mail: banjo@terracom.net
Date: 25 Jan 00 - 08:19 PM

Greetings,

Does anyone have sheet music for the following polkas?... "Angus Polka #1" & "Angus Polka #2". I heard them a few years back on a recording by the Boys of the Lough. I certainly don't need anything pretty, just the melody line...the chord progression would be nice, but I can cipher on that myself if need be.

May the bird of paradise fly up your nose.

Joe McNally


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