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  • Shaun Davey’s

    I first came across this polka on the album "Béal Tuinne", a live recording from St James' Church in Dingle, combining poems of the Gaeltacht writer Caoimhin Ó Cinnéide with tunes composed by Shaun Davey. It is a beautiful album featuring Séamus Begle...

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  • The One After It, X:3

    July 24, 2016. I was taught this version #3 as "Paddy Kelly's Jig" yesterday at a tune workshop in Bristol. Lovely tune, well worth learning but probably not the easiest to absorb by ear in one sitting!

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  • Trip To Ashbourne

    I got this transcription from Louise herself during a worhshop at the Celti'cimes festival in the French Alps.

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  • The Morning Lark, X:3

    Recorded at 'Fleadh Nua' festival in Ennis, 2014. Cnat in bar 2 is unexpected and nice.

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  • Re: The Cobbler’s Hornpipe

    It's in Playford. And also in the Winder collection. andyhornby.net/winders.html

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