A Feg For A Kiss

No connection with Doolin but I love this tune ! It is a version of the well known slip jig "A Fig For A Kiss" that I got from the playing of Bryan O'Leary. Bryan got this tune from Paddy Cronin orginially. It appears as "A Feg For A Kiss" in Bremner's collection from 1757 and that's the oldest print of the tune that's known, which is why I published it under this name.
For a change there is a little video of me playing the tune as opposed to the usual sound recording. Note that it's really a E flat in the 4th bar of the 2nd part... I just don't have one on my concertina due to some specific note adjustements....

X:1
T:Feg For A Kiss, A
T:Fig For A Kiss, A
T:Two In A Gig
R:Slip Jig
M:9/8
L:1/8
K:Emin
E2B BGE BGE|FDF AFd AFD|EFG ABc BGE|e2B AGF E2B,|
E2B BGE BGE|FDF AFd AFD|EFG ABc BGE|e2B AGF E2d||
eBe geg bge|dAd fdf afd|eBe geg bge|gfe Be^d e2d|
eBe geg bge|dAd fdf afd|g2e edB BAF|d2B AGF E2D||

fegforakiss