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Sunday parade   Sunday afternoon... the town centre
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Older accordianists...   ...and younger ones   Two happy lads
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A family group Boys from Dublin
and Mayo
Boys from
Session outside
Bob Smith's pub
Inside the pub:
Ben and Yvonne
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Roma musicians
late Sunday
Indian restaurant:
Rosie wearing
my jacket
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Our B & B   Boats on the canal    
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Monday morning
street session
The same,
only younger
Outside the
Bridge House
A hot banjo
Dancing in the
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Another young group   An Uileann piper   Another hot
banjo player
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  A unique bodhrán The front
session in
Lynch's pub
"I love
diddly diddly
The back
session in
Lynch's pub
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Myself and
2 whistle-players
from Carlow
Guitarist Ken
from Dublin
A singer from Armagh 3 A.M. sing-song
in De Brúin's
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A breakfast... ...sing-song


Street session: The Curtin sisters - Gretta on concertina and Catherine on flute - and Anne-Marie Fitzgerald on fiddle from Brosna, Co. Kerry. They play a selection of reels. The first tune, composed by Ed Reavy, is "The Hunter's House", and the last reel is "The Reconciliation".

Dancing (polkas)


Reels: Girls of Mount Cisco

Song: The Old Triangle


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