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Joe Kilmurray’s

“Joe Killmurray’s” is a slip jig I learned from Peter Carberry and Pádraig McGovern, it is the opening tune of their wonderful album “Forgotten Gems”. I actually received this album as a birthday give from Tom Delany, great pick Tom, thank you so much !

X:1
T:Joe Kilmurray’s
R:Slip Jig
M:9/8
L:1/8
K:Emin
|:BGE EDE G2A|Bee edB dBA|BGE EDE G2A|Bcd AdG FED:|
ded cAF GA/B/c|ded def gfe|ded cAF G2A|Bcd AdG FED|
ded cAF GA/B/c|ded def gfe|fed cAF G2A|Bcd AdG FED||
|:~e3 ede f2d|efe edf afd|efe ede f2d|edB AdG FED:||
|:B2B edB G2A|Bee efg fed|Bee edB G2A|Bcd AdG FED:||

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