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Jimmy Duffy’s No 1

I learned the “Jimmy Duffy’s Barndances” from my friend Stéphane Germain, and I believe he learned himself when he used to live in County Leitrim. This set of Barndance is one of our favourites, which we enjoy playing on the Sunday afternoon session at Gus O’Connor’s Pub.

Click here for the second tune of the set, “Jimmy Duffy’s No 2”.

X:1
T:Jimmy Duffy’s No.1
R:Barndance
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:G
|:BGDG B2B2|BAGB d2d2|efgd B2cB|AGFG A2Ac|
BGDG B2B2|BAGB d2d2|efgd B2cB|1AGFA G2GA:|2AGFA G2Bd||
|g2gd B2B2|BAGB d2d2|efgd B2cB|AGFG A2Bd|
g2gd B2B2|BAGB d2d2|efgd B2cB|AGFA G2Bd|
g2gd B2B2|BAGB d2d2|efgd B2cB|AGFG A2Ac|
BGDG B2B2|BAGB d2d2|efgd B2cB|AGFA G2GA||

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