Terry Yarnell English & Irish Folk Music Collection

Undifentified Scottish tune

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  • Shelf mark

    1CDR0008133 (copy of C1005/26)

  • Subjects

    Irish folk songs and music

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  • Is part of (Collection)

    Terry Yarnell Collection

  • Recording locations

    Tom Moyland's bar, Co. Clare, Ireland

  • Performers

    Carty, Paddy (flute), Unidentified (fiddle)

  • Recordist

    Yarnell, Terry

  • Description

    Performance notes: Recorded during pub session after closing time

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This is an Irish tune variously called: 1) The Killavil Post 2) The Killavil Postman 3) The Sligo Polka It is played as a Barndance (4/4 time) or a polka (2/4 time) in either D maj or G maj key. Killavil is a Parish in South County Sligo, Ireland.

Posted by Brian Pundyke on 17/08/2012 10:38:00