Rose in the Gap (The)

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X:1 % T:Rose in the Gap, The M:C L:1/8 R:Reel N:seven measures only in the last strain in the ms. S:Rev. Luke Donnellan – “Oriel Songs and Dances", S:Journal of the County Louth Archaeological Society (vol. II, No. 2, 1909; No. 63) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:Edor FA|BABc B2 AF|B2E2E2 FA|BABc B2 AF|A2D2D2 FA| BABc B2 AF|AFAB d2 de|fedc (3Bcd AF|A2D2D2 de|| fedc (3Bcd AF|B2E2E2 de|fedc (3Bcd AF|A2D2D2 de| fedc (3Bcd AF|AFAB d2 de|fedc (3Bcd AF|A2D2D3B|| e2 eg f2 eg|f2e2e2B2|e2 eg f2 eg|f2d2d2B2| e2 eg f2 ed|fedc d2 de|fedc (3Bcd AF|A2D2D3F|| E2 EG FEDE|F2E2E2F2|E2 EG FEDG|F2D2D2F2| E2 EG FEDE|AFAB d2 de|fedc (3Bcd AF||



ROSE IN THE GAP, THE. Irish, Clog or March (whole time). E Dorian and Bm. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABBCC: ABCD (Donnellan)

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Rev. Luke Donnellan (“Oriel Songs and Dances", Journal of the County Louth Archaeological Society, vol. II), No. 2, 1909; No. 63

Recorded sources: - Compass 7 4433 2, 2006 & Vertical Records, John McSherry & Donal O’Connor – "Tripswitch" (2006).



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