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Christy Barry’s Jig No. 2

This is the second tune of the Christy Barry’s set. It is also known as “The Butlers of Glen Avenue” and was composed by banjo player Anthony Sullivan, but it is widely known as “Christy Barry’s Jig No. 2”.

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X:1
T:Christy Barry’s No. 2
T:The Butlers Of Glen Avenue
C:Anthony Sullivan
M:6/8
L:1/8
R:jig
K:G
|DEG EDB,|DEG B2B|DEG B2e|dBe dBA|
DEG EDB,|DEG ~B3|d2d gfe|1 dBA G2E:|2 dBA GBd||
|:gab age|deg B2B|gab gab|dBd e2e|
g2b age|deg ~B3|d2d gfe|1 dBA GBd:|2 dBA G2E||

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