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Concert Reel (The)

One of my favourite reels! “The Concert Reel” is quite common in sessions around here but I remember learning this tune from Noel O’Donoghue (flute) and Kevin Finucane (fiddle) in particular, they played it a one of the Riches of Clare concerts a few years back. It is very often played after another great reel, “The Hare’s Paw“.

X:1
T:Concert Reel, The
R:reel
M:4/4
K:Ador
|:A2GB A~E3|GABG A2AB|dBAB G2GB|d2eB dBAc|
BAGB A~E3|GABG ABcd|e~a3 gedB|1 GBdB BAAG:|2 GbdB BAAg||
|:eaag eaag|edef gedB|d~g3 a2ga|bgab gedg|
eaag eaag|edef gedB|d~g3 edge|dBGA BAAg:||

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