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Glen of Aherlow (The)

“The Glen of Aherlow” is a great reel composed by Sean Ryan, fiddle player from Nenagh, Co. Tipperary. I associate this tune with my friend Paolo Cerato, an accordion player from Italy who has been living in Co. Clare for many years.

X:1
T:Glen of Aherlow, The
R:reel
C:Sean Ryan
M:4/4
K:Edor
|:B2AF BFAF|E2EF EDB,D|B2AF BFAF|DFAF FEE2|
B2AF BFAF|EDEF EDB,A,|B,EE2 DEFA|dBAF F~E3:||
|:e~B3 egfe|d2fd Adfd|eBB2 egfe|dBAF F~E3|
eBB2 egfe|d2fd Adfd|~B3d egfe|dBAF F~E3:||

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