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Jackie Coleman’s

I learned “Jackie Coleman’s” from Dympna O’Sullivan’s album “Bean Chairdín”. It is a popular reel around Doolin and I associate it with flute player Stéphane Germain in particular.

X:1
T:Jackie Coleman’s
R:reel
C:Jackie Coleman
M:4/4
K:D
|:AFF2 EDB,D|F2AF BFAF|E2BE dEBE|ABde fedB|
A~F3 EDB,D|F2FA BFAF|E2BE dEBE|1 ABde fddB:|2 ABde fdde||
|:fddc d2de|fddc dfaf|e~A3 eAfA|e~A3 cdeg|
fddc d2de|fddc dfaf|g2gf gbag|1 fgeg fdde:|2 fgeg fedB||

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