Carolan's Ramble to Cashel
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CAROLAN'S RAMBLE TO CASHEL. Irish, (Moderate or slow) Air (3/4 time). E Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Composed by blind Irish harper Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738). The Rocks of Cashel was the site of an ancient Irish fortress upon which was later built a large cathedral to which many made pilgrimage. O'Sullivan (1958) points out, however, that there are a score of places in Ireland named Cashel, including one in County Roscommon that must have been locally familiar to O'Carolan.