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X:1 T:Killavil Reel [1], The T:Mick Finn's T:Cill Abhaill R:reel N:Second part with variations D:Molloy, Peoples, Brady Z:id:hn-reel-480 Z:transcribed by henrik.norbeck@mailbox.swipnet.se M:C| L:1/8 K:D D2AD BDAD|D2AD BDAD|E2B# cEBE|E2 Bc dBAF| D2AD BDAD|D2AD BDAF|GFEF GABc|1 d2fd BdAF:|2 defd BdAB|| d2fd Adfa|g2fg egfe|d2fd Adfa|g2fg ~e3f| d2fd Adfa|g2fg edBc|dBBA Bcde|f2ed BdAB| defd adfa|gefd edBc|defd adfa|gefd ~e3f| defd adfa|g2fg edBc|dBBA Bcde|f2ed BdAF||



MICK FINN'S. AKA and see "Cill Abhaill," "Farewell Reel," "Killavil Reel (1) (The)," "Tilly Finn's," "Tom Steele (2)." Irish, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. Mick Finn is the name of a late fiddler from County Galway. However, 'Mick' was also the nickname of Michael Finn, father of famous Sligo fiddler Fred Finn, both from Killavil, Sligo. Given the connection with the alternate title ("Killavil Reel") it is likely the title refers to the Sligo Finn, not the Galway fiddler. The alternate title "Tilly Finn's" refers to a fiddle-playing daughter of Mick Finn, and sister of Fred Finn.


Additional notes



Printed sources : - Miller (Fiddler's Throne), 2004; No. 211, p. 131.

Recorded sources : - Green Linnet SIF 3018, "Molloy, Brady, and Peoples" (1985).

See also listing at :
Alan Ng's Irishtune.info [1]



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