Hennessey's Hornpipe (1)

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HENNESSEY'S HORNPIPE [1]. AKA and see "Pretty Maggie Morrissey." Irish, Hornpipe. The tune was recorded by accordion player P.J. Conlon in the 78 RPM era as "Hennessey's Hornpipe."

Additional notes

Recorded sources : - Decca 14004 (78 RPM), Angus Chisholm (1934). Decca 12186 (78 RPM), Hugh Gillespie (1938. Appears as 2nd tune of "McKenna's Farewell").

See also listing at :
Hear Hugh Gillespie's recording at Capeirish.com [1] (paired with "Liverpool Hornpipe")

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