Annotation:Buck From the Mountain (The)

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BUCK FROM THE MOUNTAIN, THE. AKA and see "Clog du couronnement," "Clog du petit mousse," "Hanover Hornpipe," "McElligott's Fancy," "Pioneer Clog (The)." Irish, Hornpipe. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. This was the title of the tune used on a popular recording by flute player John McKenna (1880–1947), of Tents, Tarmon, Co. Leitrim, made in New York in 1925 (paired with "McPartland's Style"). It was more recently recorded under this title by fiddler Frankie Gavin (on his album ""Croch Suas É/Up and Away") and by the group Danú (on "All Things Considered"). See also the related American "Hanover Hornpipe" in fife repertoire and "Pioneer Clog (The)" published by the White-Smith Company in 1907.

Additional notes

Recorded sources : - Gennett 5649-B (78 RPM), John McKenna (1925). Shanachie 78049, Danú - "All Things Considered" (2002).

See also listing at :
Alan Ng's [1]
Hear the 1955 recording by flute player Charlie Higgins at the Internet Archive [2] [3] ("Buck from the Mountain (The)"/"McPartland's Style").

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