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Kilmaley Jig (The)

I learned The Kilmaley Jig from Terry Bingham’s CD “Traditional Irish Music from Doolin, Co. Clare”, which is one of my all-time favourites. He follows this tune with “Billy McCormick’s“, another lovely jig. Kilmaley is a parish here in Co. Clare, close to Ennis.

X:1
T:Kilmaley Jig, The
R:jig
M:6/8
K:G
|:G2G GBd|edB dBA|GFG GBd|edB AFD|
G2G GBd|edB gag|edB AGA|1 BGF G2D:|2 BGF G2B||
|:def gfg|afd edB|def g2g|afd e2B|
[1 def gfg|afd efg|edB AGA|BGF G2B:|
[2 def gbb|faa efg|edB AGA|BGF G2D||

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