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ec217 Coleraine:

This fine double jig, named for a town in Northern Ireland, is a favorite in New England contra dances. This one-page arrangement includes three parts, melody, descant, and harmony, and can be played as a solo or ensemble on accordions or other instruments. It is bundled in a set of four pages: treble clef for C instruments, alto clef for viola, bass/tenor clefs for cello, and treble clef Bb transposition. Chords are given for guitar or accordion.

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