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The Auld (Old) Triangle

Made from re-purposed bronze, the old triangle provides a dryer jingle. Fits on 14 inch drum or larger. You can also hang it on your cymbals. Each one is unique and handmade to order.

The auld (old) triangle refers to the large metal triangle which was beaten each morning to waken prisoners in Mountjoy Jail, Dublin. The song is featured in the writer of the song Dominic Behan's writer brother, Brendan Behan's 'The Quare Fellow'. Brendan Behan was once an inmate of Mountjoy Jail.

The Auld (Old) Triangle

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