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Rookery (The)

The Rookery is a great reel that was composed by flute player Vincent Broderick. It is quite a common session tune, which was taught to me by my friend Tom Delany. I also associate this tune with Caitlín Nic Gabhann, a wonderful concertina player from County Meath.

X:1
T:Rookery, The
C:Vincent Broderick
R:reel
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:G
|:BGAG EGDG|EGDG EGDE|G2Bd egdg|egdg edBA|
G2GA BABd|e2ed efga|bgag egge|1 dBAc BGGA:|2 dBAc BGG2||
|:b2gb a2ga|bagb aged|GABd egdg|egdg edBA|
G2GA BABd|e2ed efga|bgag egge|dBAc BGG2:||

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