Callaghan's Reel (1)
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CALLAGHAN'S (REEL) . AKA and see "Doon Reel (1) (The)," "Galtee Rangers (The)." Irish, Reel. Ireland, County Kerry. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Source O'Leary identified this as 'another Doon reel', and explained that all the Doon reels came from Cal Callaghan, a fiddler and farmer in Doon, Kerry, and a contemporary of Tom Billy Murphy; his nephew was fiddler Padraig O'Keeffe who learned his uncle's tunes and called them "Doon reels." The tune has been called "a Kerry classic." Currently a set of three reels is popular in the South-west of Ireland, recorded in various combinations by the famous Sliabh Luachra fiddlers Julia Clifford, Denis Murphy and Padraig O'Keeffe. It consists of "Galtee Rangers (The)," "Glountane Reel" and "Callaghans," and, says Paul de Grae, if you start "The Galtee Rangers" in a session, chances are that everyone will continue into the other two after it."