Anon. - The Cat In the Corner - Tab

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Frank Nordberg

Anon. - The Cat In the Corner - Tab

Post by Frank Nordberg » Sun Feb 03, 2013 4:27 pm

Here's my solo guitar arrangements of a good old double jig from Francis O'Neill's 1907 collection "Music Of Ieland" (known to Irish folk musicians simply as "The Book").

I've made two different arrangemets, one for fingerpicking/classical guitar:
The other one is mainly for those who play with a plectrum but it can also be fingerpicked and it may be a good idea to combine the two if you want to repeat the tune (and you probably do):
If you don't want the tablature, you can find the music in standard notation only at:
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Re: Anon. - The Cat In the Corner - Tab

Post by fuyioioih » Sat May 30, 2015 11:08 am

Thanks. I've been away from the forum for a while and am glad to see that tablature is being offered.

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