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Paddy Casey, Spanish Point & Swindon, UK, fiddle

Recorded in Caseys’ home, Spanish Point and in Swindon, UK, date unknown (after 1990)
Recorded by John Joe Healy

John Joe Healy Collection Tape 21



Items 1 – 17: Recorded at ‘Old house’ (Caseys' in Spanish Point)
Items 18 – 23: Recorded on a St Patrick’s Day for local UK radio programme ‘Swindon Sound’

1. Air: Sliabh na mBan (.01 – 2.19)
2. Set dance: King of the Fairies (2.20 – 5.43)
3. Waltz: Hills Around Tralee )5.45 – 7.53)
4. Air: Teddy O’Neill (7.55 – 9.27)
5. Reels (2): Flowers of Edinburgh/Gan ainm (9.30 – 12.40)
6. Waltzes (2): Miss McKinney's/Men of the West (12.42 – 15.47)
7. Air: Gan ainm (15.48 – 18.10)
8. Reels (2): Bunch of Keys/Shaskeen (18.12 – 21.10)
9. Air: The Youth that belonged to Milltown (21.11 – 23.28)
10. Polkas (2): Ballymote Polka/Gan ainm (23.30 – 26.38)
11. Jigs (3)/Slide: Courtney's Favourite /Fasten the Legging/Leg of the Duck (?)/John Kelly's slide (unfinished) (26.40 – 30.32)
12. Air: An Coulin (30.34 – 33.45)
13. Air: Danny Boy (33.48 – 36.53)
14.Waltzes (2): My Heart in in the Highlands/Gan ainm (36.54 – 40.37)
15. Air: Róisín Dubh (40.38 – 42.48)
16. Tune: Gan ainm (42.50 – 44.45)
17. Air: Sliabh na mBan (44.47 – 47.00)

From ‘Swindon Sound’
18. Introductory talk between radio presenter and Paddy Casey (47.02 – 47.36)
19. Set Dance: King of the Fairies (47.36 – 49.49)
20. Interview with Paddy Casey about learning fiddle, etc. (49.49 – 50.29)
21. Interview with Pat Burke and Mike English about St Patrick’s traditions and founding of Irish Association in Swindon (50.29 – 58.11)
22. Interview with Paddy Casey about background (58.11 – 59.46)
23. Jig: Lark in the Morning (unfinished, tape runs out) (59.46 – 1.01.06)

 



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