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Boys of Ballisodare Folk Festival. Recording 4 [sound recording] / [various performers]

Moore, Eilish, Kildare/Dublin, singing in English A1, 2;
O'Donoghue, Ambrose, mandolin A3;
Cannon, Sean, lilting A6;
singing in English A4, 5, 7, 8, 9;
Crehan, Junior, fiddle A10-12;
Crehan, Ita, whistle A10-12

Running Order:
1. Song: The Banks of the Lee
2. Song: The Work Song
3. Reel: Untitled
4. Song: The Banks of the Bann
5. Song: The Plains of Waterloo
6. Jig [lilt]: The Pipe on the Hob
7. Song: The Shores of Amerikay
8. Song: Pat Cooksey's Verses
9. Song: An Bonnan Bui
10. Air: Caoineadh an tSagairt (The Priest's Lament); Reel: Caislean an Oir
11. Jigs: The South West Wind, My Love You Are
12. Set dances: The Drunken Gauger, The Humours of Bandon

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