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Ivy Leaf (The)

“The Ivy Leaf” is a reel I learned through various sessions, but I associate it my friend Tom Delany in particular, as well as accordion player Seán Vaughan. Micho Russell recorded a version of this tune also.

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T:Ivy Leaf, The
R:reel
M:4/4
K:Amix
A2ed cdec|Aece dBGB|A2ed cdec|AGEF GABG|
A~e3 a~e3|A~e3 dBGB|A2ed (3Bcd ec|AGEF GABd||
eaag ed (3Bcd|g2ge dBGB|eaag edcA|BGEF GABd|
eaag ed (3Bcd|g2ge dBGB|A2AB =cBcd|(3efg fa gedB||

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