Twenty-two recordings of a tune named
The Ruined Old Cottage In The Glen

Also known as Cottage In The Glen, The Cottage In The Wood, The Glenside Cottage, The Glenside Cottage, Lovely Molly, Old Cottage In The Glen, The Old Ruined Cottage In The Glen, The Old Ruined Cottage, The Ruined Old Cottage.

A tune by this name has been recorded together with I Have No Money (a few times), Ambrose Moloney’s, An Tri Is A Rian, The Bag Of Spuds, The Belharbour, The Bog Carrot, The Boys Of Portaferry, The Bunch Of Green Rushes, The Clogger’s Quilt, The Crock Of Gold, Donal A’ Phumpa, Elizabeth Kelly’s Delight, The Gatehouse Maid, The Heather Breeze, The Hop Down, John Blessings’, John Brennan’s, Mick McGarry’s, Miss McGuinness, The Morning Dew, The Old Hag Of Galway, Think Before You Think Before You Speak, Up To Your Knees In Sand, The View Across The Valley, Within A Mile Of Dublin.

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  15. The Freewheeler by Dougal Adams, Ado Barker & Ben Stephenson
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  17. The Rushy Mountain: Classic Music From Sliabh Luachra 1952-77 by Various Artists
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