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X: 1 T:James Gannon's Barndance R:barndance C:traditional O:Irish D:Michael Coleman, 1891-1945 D:Mike MacDougall, Tape for Father Hector D:Kinnon Beaton, Saturday Night Lively N:Contacts ... N:..... Cranford Publications <> Z:This abc transcription is for personal use only, Z:provided this notice remains attached. Z:Paul Stewart Cranford <> L:1/8 M:C| F: K:G z2|B2 AB e2 dB|d2 cA E2 FG|A>AA>B c<AEF|GABG D2 B,2|! B/c/B AB e2 dB|d2 cA E2 FG|A>AA>B c<AFA |G2 g2 g2:|! |:gf|e^def gfga|b2 d2 d2 (3ded|cBAB cdef|g2 B2 dgfg|! e^def gfga|b2 d2 d2 (3ded|cBAB cdef|(3gag fa g2:|!

GANNON'S. Irish, Barn Dance (4/4 time). "Gannon's" was recorded separately by James Morrison, Paddy Killoran and Michael Gorman. James Gannon was Gorman's fiddle teacher in County Sligo.

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Recorded sources : - Decca 12158 (78 RPM), Paddy Killoran (1938. The label only gives "If there were't any Women in the World" as the title, but it is a two tune medley. "Ganon's" is the first tune. James Morrison also recorded the same medley).

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