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Girls of Banbridge (The)

I learned “The Girls of Banbridge” at a workshop with Terry Bingham during the Russell Memorial Weekend a few years back. I don’t remember hearing this jig in sessions but I think it’s a really nice tune nonetheless.

X:1
T:Girls of Banbridge, The
R:jig
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:D
|:AFA dcB|BAG FED|FAF FED|CEE E2B|
AFA dcB|BAG FED|faf gec|edc d2B:||
|:AFA dfa|agf efg|faf ged|cee e2B|
AFA dfa|agf efg|faf gec|edc d2B:||

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