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Anthony Frawley’s

“Anthony Frawley’s” is a very common jig in the Doolin area. I don’t remember where or when I learned it, but I associate this tune with Christy Barry, Terry Bingham and Kevin Griffin who recorded it for a TG4 program during the summer of 2014.

I recorded the tune a few years ago, check out the video below!

X:1
T:Anthony Frawley’s
R:Jig
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:Gmaj
|:GED GBA|GED G2A|GED GAB|dBA B2A|
GED GAB|def g2a|bag ege|1 dBA ABA:|2 dBA ABc||
|:d2d edB|def gfe|dBd edB|ABA ABc|
d2d edB|def g2a|bag ege|1 dBA ABc:|2 dBA ABA||

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