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Bog Carrot Reel (The)

“The Bog Carrot Reel” is not a very common tune… I remembered my friend Sammi, a great fiddle player from Switzerland, playing it. But I actually learned this from a lovely CD by fiddle player Diarmuid O’Brien on which he is joined by different box players on each track. He plays this tune after “Tom Dowd’s Favourite” (aka “John Egan’s) and he is joined by Donie Nolan for the set. Donie is a regular visitor to Doolin and a joy to play with.

X:1
T:Bog Carrot Reel, The
R:reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Dmaj
FAdA BdAB|dBAF E2EG|FAdA BdAB|dBAF EFDE|
FAdA BdAB|dBAF E2EG|FAdA BdAB|dBAF EFD2||
|:f2fe defg|afdf e2de|fgfe defe|dBAF EFD2:||
afdf afdf|ge=ce ge=ce|afdf afdf|ge^ce d2fg|
afdf afdf|ge=ce ge=ce|afge fdec|dBAF EFDE||

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