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  • Maloney’s Wife, X:2

    This is the lovely version I heard being played in a recording done by a piper and fiddler Sean McAloon. It's called Molly's Advice in that recording, I also heard of it being called Molloy's.

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  • The Canadian, X:2

    This is how it's played on the sample posted by ithaca-markb in the thread above / in the clip below:

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  • Canadian

    This is a tune I picked up in sessions in Glencolmcille, Co. Donegal where they played it as the first tune in a set ending with what they called "Pull Down the Blind".

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  • Piss Upon The Grass, X:4

    I found this sweet little jig at the ITMA website (port.itma.ie) in "Eight Original Irish Dances never before printed with Basses for the Piano-Forte & with Proper Figures for Dancing Book 1 & 2"; published in Dublin by Maurice Himes in 1804. It diff...

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  • Re: Zelda

    It is very popular in Catalonia and Occitania

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