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The Lament of the Spalpeen
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Sean Ryan's *† 
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Tamlin (Bb)
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Tamlin (Eb)
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The Breton Breeze
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The Lea Rig
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Ril gan aí­nm † †
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Kiss the Maid † 
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McDermott's
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Sliabh Geal gCua
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The Lakes of Ponchartrain
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The Kerry Reel
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The Scartaglen Polka
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Hector the Hero**
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The Sligo Reel
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Gilbert Clancy's Reel
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The Mason's Apron
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Amhrán A Leabhair
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Dusty Windowsills
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Planxty Dale Wisely*
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Morrison's Jig
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Matt Molloy's/The Dublin Reel
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The Tailor's Twist
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Turas Go Tir Na nOg
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The Fly By Night
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The Dunmore Lassies
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Cooley's Reel
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The Drunken Landlady
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The South Wind
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Róisín Dubh
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Sixpenny Money
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The Concert Reel
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La Polverita Fiera
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Lord Inchiquin
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The Homeruler
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Inisheer
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The Maid Behind the Bar
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This web site is created with the sole aim of sharing my enjoyment of the pennywhistle with others who are interested, for whatever reasons. There is no element of personal financial gain connected with this site. The recordings you find here are my own original recordings. They are freely available for download and non-commercial use. The tunes are mainly what I believe to be "traditional", though they may not be so in every case. I have no wish to violate any copyright or to tread on toes, and I encourage anyone who feels that they may have a legitimate grievance concerning any material on this site to
~ Mick

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*"Planxty Dale Wisely" © 2001 by David de la Barre.
**"Hector the Hero" : Mixed by Gary Humphrey who plays Overton tenor D whistle and MIDI piano sequence.   Mick plays Rose blackwood soprano D whistle and Yamaha flute.
†  For information about Gary Humphrey's hand-made whistles, please contact Gary directly by clicking or visit Gary's web page.
† † Q1 whistles, by Alba, are available only from Phil Brown. Check out Phil's website, Big Whistle Music
*† A special thank you to Big Whistle Music for providing both Tony Dixon's "Trad" whistle, and the amazing Syn Low D tuneable whistle by Erle Bartlett. Many thanks, Phil and Erle!

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Each tune has accompanying sheet music which, in most cases, closely represents the tune as actually played, but in some cases the sheet music only shows the bare bones of a tune, without ornamentation.

Please note that I have used whistles of different keys to make these recordings and so the notation will not always reflect the actual key you are hearing. The small whistle pictures found to the left of the tunes on this page represent the actual whistles I have used to play the tunes. Please move your mouse pointer over the images for details of each whistle.

I will be adding new tunes to this collection on a regular, if infrequent, basis so please do return when the fancy takes you and see what's new. Any new tunes will be posted at the top of the list for the convenience of returning visitors.

Enjoy, and thanks for visiting! :-)


Mick


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