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Dooney Rock

A composition of fiddle player Sean Ryan, “Dooney Rock” is part of a set recorded by James Cullinan & the late PJ Crotty on their album “Happy To Meet”. The first tune of the set is “Happy to Meet, Sorry to Part” and the last one “The Humours of Ballingarry”.

X:1
T:Dooney Rock
C:Sean Ryan
M:6/8
L:1/8
R:jig
K:Ador
|:AGE EDE|GAB cBA|GDB, G,B,D|GAB cBA|
AGE EDE|GAB c2d|eag edB|1 BAG A2B:|2 BAG A2G||
|:Ace ~a3|bag edB|GBd g2g|age dBG|
Ace a2a|bag edB|GBd ~g3|edB A2G:||

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