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Cavan Reel (The)

I got “The Cavan Reel” at a session with Terry Bingham & Yvonne Casey at McGann’s Pub. Mary MacNamara also recorded it on her album “Blackberry Blossom”, and it is known as Mike Flannagan’s as well.

X:1
T:Cavan Reel, The
T:Mike Flannagan’s
M:4/4
L:1/8
R:reel
K:Edor
BEED E2ed|B~E3 FDFA|BEE2 Bcdf|edBA FEFA|
BEED E2ed|B~E3 FDFA|BEE2 Bcdf|edBA FEDF||
G2dG eGdG|G2dB AFDF|G2dG eGdG|efdB AFDF|
G2dG eGdG|G2dB AFDF|EFGA Bcdf|edBA FEFA||

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