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Gaelic Club (The)

“The Gaelic Club” is not a common session tune, but I’ve loved playing it for many years now. I learned it from Hugh & Colm Healy’s album “Macalla na hÓige” and it was also recorded in 2015 by my friends Tom Delany and Caroline Keane with their band FourWinds.

X:1
T:Gaelic Club, The
R:jig
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:Amin
|:cBA AGE|ABA ABc|BAG BdG|Bdg GAB|
cBA AGE|ABA c2d|e2e dcB|cAA A2B:||
|:ceg gec|ceg dBG|ceg gec|BGG GAB|
cBA AGE|ABA c2d|e2e dcB|cAA A2B:||

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