Garryowen

"Garryowen", is an English transliteration of the Irish place-name Garraí Eóin (John's Garden), now part of the Irish city of Limerick. An Irish dance tune and song, it became popular as a march played by Irish regiments in the British army, and by formations in the American (most notably the "Fighting 69th" and Custer's 7th Calvary), Australian, Canadian and Italian militaries. Ludwig van Beethoven wrote two arrangements of the tune @ 1814.

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