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Doctor Gilbert’s

“Doctor Gilbert’s” is a great reel which I associate with Terry Bingham and Christy Barry. There is also another version of this tune known as “The Dispute At The Crossroads”,  is associated with the late John Doherty, the fiddle player from Donegal.

X:1
T:Doctor Gilbert’s
T:Dispute At The Crossroads, The
M:4/4
R:Reel
K:Edor
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DEED EDB,D|GEED EFGA|(3Bcd ed Bdgb|afdf efgf:|
|:e~B3 g~B3|defg afdf|g2bg f2af|edef edBd|
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