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Thanks to JeffS for putting the idea out there. :)

Post those clips, fluters!

Contributions from other than Youtube are fine, too.

Here's Séamus Egan playing a reel:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu26Y0DXyT8
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Pádraig Rynne and Brian Duke and company:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGrovGLpdUU

Man, that tuning slide is way out there. Sounds okay, though. And I notice that the 'zouk is a Foley. :thumbsup:
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There was a vide of Mike Rafferty floating out there for awhile. Anyone have it?
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Flute and whistle player with The Munster Men

A few random recordings of mine on YouTube
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I think this is the Seamus Tansey link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abi-lhnXoSY

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yeah. thanks for the brilliant idea JeffS. :moreevil:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8db_RRCf4Y
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Not sure about Harry's feelings about these videos. The guy who took them didn't ask for permission at all.

At the end of the workshop H. offered us some extra tunes to work with at home. He encouraged us to record them so as to learn them more easily. Some guys coming from other workshop made in and stayed for some minutes to listen to him. The clips were recorded by one of them. These tunes were played and shared in a friendly and private way. Not to be spread all over the net.

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Kevin Crawford via Custy's playing Colonel Frasiers
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herewith one of the easiest-on-the-eyes fluters, Ms. Mulcahy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jxq3a6e555Y
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