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Galtee Ranger (The)

“The Galtee Ranger” is a reel which I learned from my good friend Stéphane. It was recorded by Mary Bergin and also by Kevin Crawford on his album “In Good Company”, and it is sometimes called “Callaghan’s” as well.

X:1
T:Galtee Ranger, The
R:reel
M:4/4
K:D
AFFE FEDE|F2FE F2dB|A~F3 FEDE|FBBA FEEF|
AFFE FEDE|F2FE F2dB|AFFE FEDE|F2EG FDD2||
~A3B A~F3|ABde f~e3|fedc BcdB|ABde fedB|
~A3B AGFG|ABde f~e3|fedc BcdB|ABde fedB||

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