Planxty Dermot Grogan jig

There are 6 recordings of a tune by this name.

Planxty Dermot Grogan has been added to 3 tune sets.

Planxty Dermot Grogan has been added to 26 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Planxty Dermot Grogan
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
A,DE|F3 EED|B3 ABd|e3 fde|fee dBA|B3 AAB|AFD FED|E2 F2 D2|E3 A,B,D|
|E3 FDE|FEE DFA|BA A/B/ dea|f2 ed BA|B3 AAB|AFD FED|EF D2 D2|D3:|
|:ABd |e3 fde|fee dfa|baa fab|afd fed|e3 fde|fee dBA|BA A/B/ dAF|D3 A,B,D|
|E3 FDE|FEE DFA|BA A/B/ dea|f2 ed BA|B3 AAB|AFD FED|EF D2 D2|D3:|
X: 2
T: Planxty Dermot Grogan
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
A2|:F3 E2D|B3 ABd|e3 fde|fee dBA|
B3 A2B|AFD FED|E3 F2D|E3 ADE|
|F3 FDE|FEE DFA|B3 d2e|f3 edA|
B3 A2B|AFD FED|E3 F2E|D3 D:||
|:A2 |e3 fde|fee dfa|baa fab|afd fed|
e3 fde|fee dBA|B3 dAF|D3 ADE|
|F3 FDE|FEE DFA|B3 d2e|f3 edA|
B3 A2B|AFD FED|E3 F2E|D3 D:||
# Added by JACKB .

Six comments

Planxty Dermot Grogan

"Planxty Dermot Grogan" is dedicated to the flute and accordion player Dermot Grogan from Derrytavrane, Mayo, who died far too soon in 2006 at age 48.

Apparently…

c: Holly Geraghty

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Dermot Grogan

http://midatlanticcce.wordpress.com/hall-of-fame/dermot-grogan/

"Dermot Grogan spent only five years in New York before returning to his native Mayo, where he passed away far too soon at the age of 48 on February 4, 2006. In those few years, however, his talent as a flute player and button accordionist, as well as his marvelous human qualities, made Dermot one of the most respected and best liked Irish traditional musicians in North America. ~ ~ ~

Dermot (on flute) can - be heard with guitarist Dónal Clancy on a beautiful hornpipe selection on the compilation Wooden Flute Obsession, vol. 2." ( disc 2, track 18 ) - Don Meade

https://thesession.org/recordings/1076

Planxty Dermot Grogan

Please, is it a composition of Jonathan Roche?

Planxty Dermot Grogan

Just to clear up any confusion… I (Holly Geraghty) composed "Planxty Dermot Grogan". This composition features on a CD I recorded in 2009 with Jonathan Roche entitled "Ceolmhar".