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Gatehouse Maid (The)

“The Gatehouse Maid” is a reel I learned from Noel O’Donoghue. after a lovely session together with Murty Ryan (accordion) and Seanie McGrath (bouzouki). This tune is very often played after “Down The Broom“, it is a popular sets which has been recorded several times. 

X:1
T:The Gatehouse Maid
M:4/4
R:Reel
K:Ador
A2Bd edBA|G2GA GED2|A2 (3Bcd edBd|egdB BAAG|
A2 (3Bcd edBA|~G3A GED2|A2Bd edBd|egdB BAA2||
a2ea agef|g2dg egdg|a2ea agab|gedB BAA2|
a2ab agef|~g3a g2ge|dega bgab|gedB BAAG||

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