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Apples in Winter

“Apples in Winter” has been one of my favourite jigs for a very long time. I first learned it from a session recording I made of Yvonne Casey, Terry Bingham and my friend Stéphane.

X:1
T:Apples In Winter
M:6/8
R:Jig
K:Edor
|:BEE dEE|BAG FGE|D2D FDF|ABc ded|
BEE BAB|def g2e|fdB AGF|1 GEE E2A:|2 GEE E2d||
efe edB|g2e fdB|ded dBA|DFA def|
efe edB|def g2a|bgb afa|gee e2d|
e2e edB|g2e fdB|ded dBA|DFA def|
edB def|gba g2e|fdB AGF|GED E2A||

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