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Around The Fairy Fort

“Around The Fairy Fort” is a barndance composed by Vincent Broderick. I picked it up at a session in McCarthy’s of Coore during Willie Clancy Week 2014, from my friend Samuel König, a great fiddle player from Switzerland. It is usually followed by an other barndance from Vincent Broderick called “The New Broom”, which I also learned at that session.

X:1
T:Around The Fairy Fort
C:Vincent Broderick
R:Barndance
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Dmaj
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|:d2d2 d2cd|e2e2 e2fe|defg agfe|f2B2 B2AB|
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|:F2DF A2FA|B2FB A2DE|F2DF A2FA|B2E2 E2DE|
F2DF A2FA|B2FB A2FA|dcBA BAFE|F2D2 D2DE:||

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