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Hug The Bundle

I learned “Hug The Bundle” from uilleann piper Brian McNamara. He recorded this strathspey on his album “Fort of the Jewels”, which is one of my favourite piping albums. This tune has no connection with Doolin though and I never heard it anywhere. Still love it though!

X:1
T:Hug The Bundle
R:Strathspey
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Edor
|E2EB BA (3Bcd|D2DA AG(3FED|E2EB BA (3Bcd|(3efg fg edBA|
EFGA BA (3Bcd|D2DA AG(3FED|E2EB BA (3Bcd|(3efg fd e2ee||
|efga beeg|f2df f2df|efga beeg|f2df e3d|
efga beeg|f2df afd2|afge fedf|edBd edBA||

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