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Flagstone of Memories

“Flagstone of Memories” great reel composed by Vincent Broderick. I learned it after a session in McCarthy’s in Coore during  Willie Week. It was a great session with my friends Tom Delany and Sammi König and we were joined by Josephine Marsh. It was the first time I had the chance to play with Josephine and I really enjoyed it !

X:1
T:Flagstone of Memories, The
R:reel
C:Vincent Broderick
M:4/4
K:G
B2BA BAGA|B~D3 EGGA|B~D3 EGGA|BddB A2GA|
B2BA BAGA|B~D3 EFGA|B~d3 egge|1 dBAB G2GA:|2 dBAB G2Bd||
|:g2ge f2fd|e2ed BAGA|Bdef g2gd|Bdef gdBd|
~g3e f2fd|efed BAGA|B~d3 egge|1 dBAB G2Bd:|2 dBAB G2GA||

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