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Concertina Reel (The)

“The Concertina Reel” is a common session tune that I associate with the great accordion player Bobby Gardiner, with whom I played a few sessions at the Roadside Tavern in Lisdoonvarna.

X:1
T:Concertina Reel, The
R:Reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
|A2FA BAFA|A2FA BAFA|B2cA BAcA|BAcA BAFA|
A2FA BAFA|A2FA BAFE|FABc dedB|AFEF D2 (3EFG:||
|:A~d3 A~d3|AddA BAFA|B2cA BAcA|BAcA BAFA|
A~d3 A~d3|AddA BAFE|FABc dedB|AFEF D2 (3EFG:||

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