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MULQUEEN'S. AKA and see "Free and Easy (2)," "Kerry Lasses (4) (The)," "Spinkle Shanks (1)," "Tinker's Reel (1)." Irish, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Sometime known as "Mulqueen's No. 1." The Mulqueen's title first appears on the Boys of the Lough album "Regrouped" (1980) as "Mulqueen's," and De Danann's recorded it on "Song for Ireland" (1983, as one of "Mulqueen's Reels").

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Prior (Fionn Seisiún 3), 2007; p. 14. Sullivan (Sully's Irish Banjo Book).

Recorded sources : - Green Linnet SIF 1122, Kevin Burke - "Open House" (appears as untitled reel). Ossian OSS 79, Boys of the Lough - "Regrouped" (1980). Sugar Hill SU 1130 De Danann - "Song for Ireland" (appears in the set "Mulqueen's Reels"). Jackie Daly (et al) - "Doolin Point" (2002).

See also listing at :
Alan Ng's [1]

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