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Meelick Team (The)

“The Meelick Team”, is a composition of Eddie Kelly, fiddle player from East Galway. I associate this jig with the playing of Paddy Carty & Conor Tully, who recorded it on their classic album “Traditional Music of Ireland”.

X:1
T:Meelick Team (The)
C:Eddie Kelly
R:jig
M:6/8
K:Edor
|:Bee dBA|BAG EDB,|DEG Eed|BAG ABd|
ege dBA|BAG EDB,|DEG Eed|1 BAF E2A:|2 BAF E2d||
|:e2f gfe|beg fed|Beg beg|fed e2f|
g2g edB|BAF DFA|d2d fed|1 BAF E2d:|2 BAF E2A||

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