Barna Lica Stone (The)

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 Book/Manuscript title    Treoir (vol. 38 No. 2)
 Tune and/or Page number    pp. 37-38
 Year of publication/Date of MS    2006
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BARNA LICA STONE, THE. Irish. The tune is attributed to Irish fiddler Dan Cleary (1918-2004), of Ballinamere, County Offaly. Cleary played a number of instruments, including the uilleann pipes, piano and tin whistle, and was a member of a number of céili bands in the mid-20th century, notably the Ballinamere Céili Band, which won All-Ireland titles in the mid-1950's (see Treoir, vol. 38, No. 2, 2006, pgs. 37-38).

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