Reels: James Murray’s / Porthole of the Kelp / The Watchmaker / The Spinning Wheel

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The first tune was composed by Sligo flute-player James Murray from the townland of Ogham, Tubbercurry, while the second is a composition of noted Clare fiddler Bobby Casey. The set continues with a tune that appeared under the title ‘Neils Gowan’s Second Wife’ in “The Gunn Book”, a mid-19th century manuscript collection compiled by Fermanagh fiddler John Gunn. Concluding the set is a version of the reel ‘Miss McDonald’s’ which appeared in O'Neill's “Music Of Ireland” (1903).

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from Ainneoin na stoirme / In spite of the storm, released September 15, 2013
James Murray's - composed by James Murray
Porthole of the Kelp - composed by Bobby Casey

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