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Jim Lavin - Bucks of Oranmore, Lord Gordon

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Published on Jun 3, 2012

Brother of Paddy, whose piping was featured in the last clip uploaded to this playlist. This is from Jim's cassette tape "Ceol an Mhála," i.e., Music of the Bag. I only have a dub of this, so am not sure who Jim's compadre we hear at the end is. As he points out, Jim plays an unusual setting of the Bucks, starting on what is now the second part of five. We see the same in old printed versions, such as the "Bucks of Cranmore" in the Scottish publication Kerr's Merry Melodies. The old Clare fiddler Patrick Kelly also started on the second part.

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