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FRANK WALSH'S. Irish, Reel. Named after flute player Frank Walsh, County Sligo, a contemporary and neighbour of famed fiddler Paddy Sweeney. According to Gregory Daly (liner notes to CHC 009), Walsh spent tine in New York in the 1930's, where he played regularly with Michael Coleman and Paddy Killoran.
Source for notated version:
Recorded sources: Coleman Music Center CHC 009, tin whistle player Peter Walsh (d. 2000, of Powellsboro, near Tubbercurry, son of Frank Walsh) - "The Coleman Archive, vol. 2: The Home Place" (2005. Various artists).