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Song Name: Old MacDonald Had A Farm (Diatonic) By: Frederick Thomas Nettleingham derivation
Posted By: EarthDogHarpin Difficulty: Beginner
Key: Any Genre: Children
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio: Old MacDonald Had A Farm (Diatonic)
Created: 2013-01-29 10:32:44 Modified: 2013-01-29 10:32:44
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Old MacDonald Had A Farm (Diatonic)
derrived from Frederick Thomas Nettleingham's "Tommy's Tunes" circa 1917
For any key Richter tuned diatonic

7   7   7  6   -6  -6  6     8    8   -8 -8  7
Old Mac Donald had  a  farm, EE - I - EE- I -O.

6   7  7   7    6  -6  -6 6        8    8   -8  -8   7
And on his farm he had a (animal), EE - I - EE - I - O.

6    6    7       7           7     6   6    7        7           7
With a (animal's noise twice) here, and a (animal's noise twice) there,

7    7    7             7    7  7              7 7  7     7   7       7
here a (animal noise), there a (animal noise), everywhere a (animal noise twice),

7   7  7 6    -6  -6 6     8    8   -8  -8   7
Old MacDonald had  a farm, EE - I - EE - I - O.
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