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Limestone Rock (The)

“The Limestone Rock” is a common session tune here in North Clare and the name is actually a reference to the Burren. This reel appears in O’Neill’s book as “Tit for Tat”. It is very often followed by “The Humours of Loughrea”, another great reel. I learned this set from Noel O’Donoghue.

X:1
T:Limestone Rock (The)
M:4/4
R:Reel
K:G
B~G3 AGFA|D~G3 A2dc|B~G3 A2AB|cABG A2dc|
B~G3 AGFA|D~G3 A2dc|B~G3 A2AB|(3cBA BG A2 (3Bcd||
e2dg e~B3|eBdB A2 (3Bcd|e~B3 g~B3|cABG A2Bd|
e2ed eaaf|gedB A2BA|GABd g2gb|agef gedc||

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