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Scatter The Mud

“Scatter The Mud” is a jig that I learned from the playing of Charlie Piggott, who recorded it on the album The Lonely Stranded Band together with concertina player Miriam Collins and Joe Corcoran on bouzouki.

X:1
T:Scatter The Mud
R:jig
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:Ador
|:eAA BAG|EAA ABd|eAA BAB|dBG GBd|
eAA BAG|E2A AGE|GAB dge|dBA ABd:||
eaa g2e|dBG GBd|eaa g2a|bag a2g|
eaa g2e|dBG AGE|GAB dge|dBA ABd|
eaa g2e|dBG GBd|eaa g2a|bag a2g|
eaa g2e|dBG A2E|GAB dge|dBA ABd||

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