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Jim Coleman’s

“Jim Coleman’s Reel” is not a tune I have heard very often. I learned it from James Kelly, Paddy O’Brien & Daithi Sproule on their album “Traditional Music of Ireland”. Seamus Tansey also recorded a nice version of this reel.

X:1
T:Jim Coleman’s
R:Reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Ador
|BAeA BAeA|B~E3 G2GA|BAeA (3Bcd ef|gedB BAA2|
BAeA BAeA|B~E3 G2GB|A2eA fAef|gedB BAA2||
|e~a3 bgaf|gedB GABd|e~a3 bgaf|gedB BAA2|
e~a3 bgaf|gedB GABd|e~A3 f~A3|gedB BAA2||

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