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Holly Bush (The)

“The Holly Bush” has been one of my favourite reels for a good number of years. It was composed by Finbarr Dwyer and you can also hear it played in E sometimes. Adam & Dave Shapiro recorded this tune on their album “Cape To Clare”.

X:1
T:Holly Bush, The
C:Finbarr Dwyer
R:Reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Dmix
|:A2FA DAFA|ABde fded|c~G3 EGG2|cedc AGFG|
A2FA DAFA|ABde fded|cGG2 cedc|AFGE DEFG:|
|:Add^c defg|adde dcAB|c2cB cdeg|aged cAGc|
Add^c defg |adde dcAB|cedB cAGc|AFGE DEFG:|

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