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Charlie Harris’ Reel #2

This is the second tune of the Charlie Harris’ set which I learned from Stéphane, Adam Shapiro & Paul Dooley at a session in Cooley’s Pub (Ennistymon). “Charlie Harris’ Reel No.2” is also called “The Burren” or “Michael Cramer’s Reel”, but I’m not too sure about the original title. You can listen to the tune in the video below.

Click here for “Charlie Harris’ Reel No. 1”

X:1
T:Charlie Harris’ Reel #2
T:Burren, The
T:Michael Cramer’s
R:Reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
|:A3B A~F3|AFAd f2fg|afef d~B3|dBAF EFDF|
A2AB A~F3|AFAd f2fg|afef d2dB|1 Adfe d2dB:|2 Adfe d2de||
|:f2ed BAFA|dcdf a2af|g2fg edBc|dBAF EFDF|
A2AB A~F3|AFAd f2fg|afef d2dB|1 Adfe d2de:|2 Adfe d2dB||

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