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Apples in Winter (version)

This is a version of the well-known jig Apples in Winter (standard setting here). I got it from Jack Talty and Aine Bird on the album “Tunes In The Church”, and it comes from the playing of Tom Carey and Solus Lillis I believe.

X:1
T:Apples In Winter
M:6/8
R:Jig
K:Edor
|:BEE dEE|BAG FEF|DED FDF|ABc ded|
BEE def|gag gfe|dBB AFF|1 FEE E2A:|2 FEE E2f||
gfe edB|g2e edB|d2e dFF|ABc def|
gfe edB|gfe edB|g2g efg|bge e2f|
g2e edB|gfe edB|d2e dFF|ABc def|
eBB def|gag gfe|dBB AFF|FEE E2A||

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