Moher Reel (1) (The)
X: 1 T:Moher Reel R:reel Z:id:hn-reel-847 M:C| L:1/8 K:D e2 (3cBA eAcA | eAcA Bcdf | eAcA eAcA | BdcA BAFA | eAcA eAcA | eAcA Bcdf | e2ce dcBA |1 FABc dfaf :|2 FABc dABc || |: dAFA dfec | dAFG ^GABc | dAFA dfec |1 dcBA ^GABc :|2 dcBA Bcdf || eAcA eAcA | eAcA Bcdf | e2 (3cBA eAcA | (3Bcd cA BAFA | e2 (3cBA eAcA | eAcA Bcdf | e2ce dcBA | FABc dcBA || K:G |: G2BG F2AF | G2Bd gedg | e2ce dBGB | A2FA DAFA | G2BG F2AF | G2Bd gedg | e2ce dBGB |1 A2FA G2dB :|2 A2FA G2 (3eee ||
MOHER REEL, THE. AKA and see "Abbey Reel (The)," "Kilfenora Reel (7)," "Turf Man's Union (The)," "Turfman's Union," "Union Reel (2)." Irish, Reel. A Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). The key is sometimes given as 'D' major rather than 'A' mixolydian. The influential north County Clare Kilfenora Céilí Band recorded the tune in the late 1950's as "Union Reel (2)," and the tune has been referred to as "Kilfenora Reel (The)" as a result. The band was All-Ireland champion for three consecutive years, 1954-1956.