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Golden Keyboard (The)

“The Golden Keyboard” is great reel composed by accordion player Martin Mulhaire from East Galway. I associate this tune with my good friend Kevin Finucane, a fine fiddle player who lives in Ruan, near Ennis, and one of the nicest man you could meet.

X:1
T:Golden Keyboard, The
R:reel
C:Martin Mulhaire
M:4/4
K:Edor
BGEF GFGA|B2gB fBeB|BGEF G2AG|(3FED AD BDAF|
~E3F ~G3A|B2gB fBec|d2dc dBAF|DFAF GEE2:|
|:B~e3 B~e3|Beef edBc|d~A3 f~A3|dfec dBAF|
~E3F GFGA|B2gB fBec|d2dc dBAF|DFAF GEE2:|

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