Setanta’s Revenge march

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X: 1
T: Setanta's Revenge
R: march
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmin
G2 GF/G/ BG GF/D/ | F>G A>G F/D/d- d/c/A/F/ |
G>A GF/G/ B/G/ (3B/c/^c/ d2 |1 c>A G>F G/B/G- G/B/A//G//F/ :| [2 c>A G>F G/B/G- G/d/g/a/] |
|: bg gf/d/ bg gf/d/ | f>g a>g f/d/c- c/d/g/a/ |
[1 bg gf/d/ bg gf/d/ | f>g a>f g/b/g- g/d/g/a/ :|
[2 g>a gf/d/ gf/d/ fd/B/ | c>B G>F G/B/G- G2 |]

Two comments

Re: Setanta’s Revenge

You had me Googling there to find out more about Setanta and why he should be seeking revenge. I know it was the name of a band who used to play mainly Irish music in Scotland, and also the name of a now defunct TV sports company. But it goes back to old legends, and still no final answer about the revenge! Sorry, but I just like to know the background to tune titles!
"Cú Chulainn was an ancient Gaelic hero warrior who was gifted with superhuman strength, speed and skill. Setanta was his name as a young boy and his parents were Dechtire and Lugh. At the age of five Setanta left home to join the Red Branch Knights, the army of the king Conor Mac Nessa, who was his uncle."