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Bobby Casey, Annagh, Mullagh & London, fiddle

Date and venue of recording unknown
Recorded by John Joe Healy
John Joe Healy Collection Tape 23


Bobby Casey, image copyright Peter Laban


Items 1 – 5 and 6 – 11 possibly recorded in two separate venues

1. Jig: Jackson's (.03 – 1.46)
2. Reels (7): Reel of Bogie/Green Fields of Rossbeigh/New Customs House/Kitty’s Gone A-Milking/Music in the Glen/Rakish Paddy/Wheels of the World (1.47 – 12.43)
3. Jigs (3): Ship in Full Sail (Farewell to Whisky)/Tenpenny Bit/Humours of Ennistymon (12.46 – 18.28)
4. Hornpipes (3): Leitrim Fancy/The Cuckoo/Western Hornpipe (18.30 – 24.23)
5. Reels (4): Gan ainm/Miss Johnson's/Flowing Bowl/Laurel Groves (24.26 – 29.19)
6. Set Dance: Three Sea Captains (29.24 – 32.55)
7. Reels (4): Tempest/O'Rourke's/Daisy Field/Sporting Nell (33.00 – 38.15)
8. Air: The Youth that belonged to Milltown (38.17 – 42.54)
9. Jigs (3): Scatter the Mud/Fasten the Leg in Her/Coleman's Cross (42.54 – 46.30)
10. Reels (3): Salamanca/My Love is in Americay/Moving Bog (46.33 – 53.29)
11. Air: An Coulin (53.32 – 58.50)

Bobby Casey and Ian Roome, 1998, photo Peter Laban

Bobby Casey and Ian Roome, 1998. Photo © Peter Laban




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