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reportedly rested there during his hunts.

the name of the big rock--named after the Earl of Clanrickard who

of it and changed the name to a shorter one, "The Earl's Chair," which was

townlands of Derryoober East and Derryoober West. He later thought better

it "Down between the two Derryoobers"--as he was sitting between the two

tune while sitting on a big rock in the Derrycrag Wood, and first called

player and an uncle of Mike Rafferty named Pakie Moloney. He composed the

that once more. The tune was supposedly composed by an East Galway flute

and Patrick Ourceau's new CD "Tracin'," a gorgeous album if I need to say

The story of the tune is told in the introduction to Gearoid O'hAllmhurain

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T:Earl's Chair, The
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D:Patrick Street 1.
D:Mary MacNamara.
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~e3f eB~B2|gB~B2 defg|afbf afeg|fedB ADFA:|

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