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Handsome Sally

“Handsome Sally” is a reel I learned from Stéphane and Adam Shapiro. They used to have a great sessions in Cooley’s Pub in Ennistymon. I believe they got this tunes tune from Catherine & John McEvoy’s CD “The Kilmore Fancy”.

X:1
T:Handsome Sally
M:4/4
L:1/8
R:reel
K:Edor
E2BE GEBE|E2BE AFDF|E2B,E GBdB|AFDE FEED|
E2BE E2BE|E2BE AFDF|E2BE GBdB|AFDE FEE2||
fedB A2Af|fedB AFD2|e2ef gfef|dBAG FDD2|
fedB A2Af|fedB AFD2|~e3f gfef|dBAG FEDF||

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