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An Sean Duine

I learned the jig “An Sean Duine” from my friend in Switzerland Geneviève, who plays the accordion. I think she got it on Mick O’Brien’s CD “The Morning Dew”.

X:1
T:An Sean Duine
M:6/8
L:1/8
R:jig
K:Ador
|:GAB dBA|GAB B2A|GAB edB|dBA A2D|
GAB dBA|BAB g2e|fed edB|1 dBA A2D:|2 dBA A2B||
|:dBB gBB|dBB d2e|dBB gfg|edB A2D|
GAB dBA|BAB g2e|fed edB|1 dBA A2B:|2 dBA A2D||

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