Kenny's flute recordings

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Willie Clancy Week 1982 - the only year I heard Matt Molloy in Miltown - short audio clip of "The Piper's Despair" :
https://youtu.be/lGzmRpcMrcg
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Following on from the above :
https://youtu.be/NYE1cqhV1-A
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3 reels from the best session I ever heard :
https://youtu.be/c2FajtCYKFs
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This thread has just hit over 100,000 "views. I'm quite pleased about that :)
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Frankie Kennedy playing a selection of tunes for a flute class at the Willie Clancy Summer School 1981 :
https://youtu.be/hfxVl6ZYUlE
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Session from Willie Clancy week 1991 :
https://youtu.be/iUUaov_3Wws
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Willie Clancy Week pub session 2001 : "Cooley's / The Wise Maid / The Jolly Tinker" :
https://youtu.be/Tq3MxFBbxcg
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Peter Horan playing "The Maid Of Mount Cisco / The Shaskeen / The Bag Of Spuds" on flute :
https://youtu.be/hJwWoh0GCjg
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Fred Finn and Peter Horan : "The Scotsman Over The Border / The Tenpenny Bit" :
https://youtu.be/jy2MkGIlXDI
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Group from Belfast, "Curlew" - 1980s :
https://youtu.be/wgexLkXBNKE
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Paddy Taylor : "The Boy In The Gap" [ title track from his 1970s LP record ]
https://youtu.be/KFzO2pRQaJE
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"The Farewell", composed by William Marshall, played by "Dordan". A rare example of Mary Bergin on flute :
https://youtu.be/zRljXb_6Ru0
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Mick Woods : "The Music In The Glen / The Green Fields Of America" :
https://youtu.be/x52l6D8Losk
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Paddy Taylor - 2 very unusual slides. I have never heard anyone other than Paddy Taylor play them. I did transcribe them on "thesession.org" a few years back :
https://youtu.be/3DW3RRYt9HY
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The original title of this tune is still a mystery to me, 37 years after the recording was made. One of the best flute tunes I ever heard -
refer to video caption.
https://youtu.be/oNEa3i674II
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