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Templehouse (The)

The Templehouse is one of my favourite reels. I learned it from the legendary album
I gCnoc na Graí by Noel Hill & Tony MacMahon, it is part of the first set and follows another great reel, “The Humours of Castlefin“.

X:1
T:Templehouse, The
R:Reel
M:4/4
K:Em
|:EFGA BFAF|D2FD ADFD|EFGA B~E3|1 B2Ad BEED:|2 B2Ad BEEf||
g2ef gfeg|f2df afdf|g2ef gfed|BdAd B~E3|
g2ef gfeg|f2df afdf|~e3f gfed|BdAd BEED||

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