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Jenny’s Wedding

“Jenny’s Wedding” is a common session tune that I learned from Noel O’Donoghue and Sean Vaughan through various sessions at O’Connor’s. I also associate this tune with Paddy Keenan, who recorded it on his album “Na Keen Affair”.

I recorded “Jenny’s Wedding” back in 2015 for a 30 tune-a-day challenge, you can watch the video below.

X:1
T:Jenny’s Wedding
R:Reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
|:D2FD ADFD|Adde fded|cAAB =c2cd|eaag edcA|
D2FA dfed|cAAB cdeg|fdec d2cA|1 BdAG FDDE:|2 (3Bcd AG FDDA||
d2fd Adfd|cAAB cdec|d2fd Adfd|(3Bcd eg fddc|
d2fd Adfd|cdef g2fg|afge d2cA|BdAG FDDA|
d2fd adfd|ecAB cdec|d2fd adfd|Bdeg fddA|
d2fd adfd|(3Bcd ef g2fg|afge d2cA|BdAG FDDE||

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