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Maid Behind The Bar (The)

The Maid Behind The Bar is one of the most common reel in Irish Music, but I have to admit we don’t hear it in Doolin very often. I learned it from Chris Droney, the legendary concertina player from Bell Harbour, Co. Clare.

X:1
T:Maid behind the Bar, The
R:reel
M:4/4
K:D
|:FAAB AFED|FAAB ABde|fBBA Bcde|f2af efdB|
~A3B AFED|FAAB ABde|fBBA BcdB|1 AFEF D2DE:|2 AFEF D2De||
|:f~a3 fdde|fdad fdd2|efga bee2|gebe gee2|
faa2 b2af|defd e2de|fdBA BcdB|1 AFEF D2De:|2 AFEF D2DE||

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