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'''CRONIN'S REEL [1]'''. AKA and see "Johnny Cronin's Reel," "Kitty O'Neill [4]." Irish, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABC. Kerry fiddler Johnny Cronin (1934-1991), for whom the reel is named, emigrated from Gneevegullia, Co. Kerry, to New York in the 1960's and became a fixture of the New York Irish music scene for some 25 years. He was a contemporary of Andy McGann (who influenced him greatly), and was known for his colorful, boisterous character. He was the brother of fiddler Paddy Cronin.  
 
'''CRONIN'S REEL [1]'''. AKA and see "Johnny Cronin's Reel," "Kitty O'Neill [4]." Irish, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABC. Kerry fiddler Johnny Cronin (1934-1991), for whom the reel is named, emigrated from Gneevegullia, Co. Kerry, to New York in the 1960's and became a fixture of the New York Irish music scene for some 25 years. He was a contemporary of Andy McGann (who influenced him greatly), and was known for his colorful, boisterous character. He was the brother of fiddler Paddy Cronin.  
 
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'''© 1996-2010  Andrew Kuntz. All Rights Reserved.'''
 
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Engraver Valerio M. Pelliccioni
 
Engraver Valerio M. Pelliccioni
 
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