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a spinney is a small wood with undergrowth, a copse or thicket X: 1 T:The Spinney M:4/4 L:1/8 Q:180 C:Joe Liddy S:"The Leitrim Fiddler" (Dublin 1981) R:reel Z:BB K:Ador dB | "Am" A2 GA "G/B"EA"C"BA | "Em" eABA "D/F#" ge"G"dB | "Am" A2 GA "G/B"eA"C"BA | "Em"GEDB, "G" DEGB |! "Am" A2 eA "G/B"BA"C"eA | "Em" BAGF "D/F#"GA"G"Bd | "Am"eged "G/B" BA"C"GE | "Em"GBdB A2 :|! Bd |"Am" ea a2 "C" agab | "D add4" gaba bedB | "Am" A2 BA "C" eABd |"Em" g2 fg "G" edBd |! "Am" ea a2 "C" agab | "D add4" eged BAGB | "Am" A2 eA "C" BAGE |"G"DEGB "Em" A2 Bd ||! "Am" ea a2 "C" agab | "D add4" gafg edBd | "Am" eABA "C" gefd| "Em" edBA "G" GFGB |! "Am" A2 eA "C" BAeA | "D add4" gedc BAG[EB] | "Am"A2 Bd "C"gaba| "Em" gedB "Am" A2 ||



SPINNEY, THE. Irish, Reel (whole time). A Dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABC. Composed by County Leitrim fiddler Joe Liddy [1] (1906-1982). A spinney is a small wood with undergrowth, a copse or thicket.


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Printed sources : - Joe Liddy (The Leitrim Fiddler), 1981.






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