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Anderson’s

Anderson’s is a very common session tune. I have known this reel for a very long time, from sessions all over County Clare. The second part is sometimes played first.

X:1
T:Anderson’s
R:reel
M:4/4
K:D
a2fa bafb|a2fd edBd|a2fa bafb|afef defg|
a2fa bafb|a2fd edBd|A2FB ABdf|afef d2dB||
ABdf e2dB|A~F3 EFDB|ABdf e2df|afef dedB|
ABdf e2dB|A~F3 EFDB|ABdf e2df|afef defg||

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