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Garrett Barry’s

I learned “Garrett Barry’s” as one of my first jigs, from my friend Stéphane Germain here in Doolin. It is a common session tune associated with the blind piper Garrett Barry from Inagh, in Co. Clare.

X:1
T:Garrett Barry’s
R:Jig
M:6/8
K:Dmix
|:DEF ~G3|AGE c2A|dcA d2e|fed cAG|
~F3 GFG|AGA cde|dcA GEA|DED D2A:||
|:dcA d2e|fed ege|dcA c2d|ege dcA|
dcA d2e|fed ege|dcA GEA|DED D2A:||

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