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Green Fields of Woodford (The)

“The Green Fields of Woodford” is the last jig of the set recorded by Alan & John Kelly that is quite popular around Doolin. The first tune of the set is “Ned Coleman’s” and the second one is “Old Joe’s”.

X:1
T:Green Fields of Woodford
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:Gmaj
|:dBA G2E|EDE G2d|edB dBA|Bee ege|
dBA G2E|EDE G2B|AGE A2B|GED D2d:||
|BGG dGG|edB dBA|BGG dGG|edB AGA|
BGG dGG|edB dBG|AGE A2B|GED D2d|
BGG dGG|edB dBA|BGG dGG|edB AGA|
BAB deg|age dBG|AGE A2B|GED D2d||

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