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Little Katie Taylor

Little Katie Taylor is a composition of Limerick flute player Paddy Taylor. I learned this reel from Terry Bingham during the Russell Memorial Weekend back in 2013 I believe.

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T:Little Katie Taylor
M:4/4
R:Reel
K:D
|:D2FA GEAG|FDFA d2ef|geag eddc|ABAG EFGE|
D2FA GEAG|FDFA d2ef|geag eddc|1 ABAG FDDE:|2 ABAG FDD2||
|:fdfa g2ag|fdfa gbag|fdcA G2FG|ABcA dcAe|
f2fa geag|fdfa gbag|fdcA G2FG|AFGE FDD2:||

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