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Gerry’s Beaver Hat

“Gerry’s Beaver Hat” is a common jig. I learned it from the playing of Cathy Custy, who recorded it on her lovely CD “An Ceoltoir Fanach”.

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T:Gerry’s Beaver Hat
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|:DFA d2e|fdB BAF|A2A dAF|E2E GFE|
DFA d2e|fdB BAF|AFA dAF|1 DED D2E:|2 DED D2A||
|:dfa afd|gfg fef|dfa afd|cee ecA|
dfa afd|g2g f2f|BdB AFA|DED D2A:||

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