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 Post subject: 01/12/05 Old Joe's Jig
PostPosted: Wed Jan 12, 2005 9:27 pm 
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01/12/05 Welcome to new poster, who sends Old Joe's Jig, played on a Burke Narrow Bore Brass D.

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http://tinwhistletunes.com/clipssnip/newspage.htm Officially, the government uses the term “flap,” describing it as “a condition, a situation or a state of being, of a group of persons, characterized by an advanced degree of confusion that has not quite reached panic proportions.”


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Just found this one. It's one of my favorite jigs, and this playing is really lovely.

Carol


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Which draws my attention to the fact that I never put the person's name in. I copy and paste from email messages- that's how most of the stuff gets loaded. I hope this fine player will step forward and amend the omission. I think that if they had requested anonymity, I would have said so. (did I spell that right?)
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Thanks Carol, that's very kind - glad you enjoyed it!

Tony, it looks like you've found the original e-mail and put my name on now. I hadn't noticed the omission to be honest, but thanks anyway for sorting it out!

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Sam, please post more tunes!

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You know, I keep meaning to but never get around to it... There are a few other tunes that I recorded around the same time if you look around C&S, including a slowish rendering of the Trip to Athlone that I quite like. There are also some recordings from a few years back, however, and they grate on the ears a bit when I listen now!


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Sam, I didn't fix any thing. You found your name on the jig's page, which I didn't think of looking at...Now, I can put your name on the newspage. (rolls eyes at self).
Tony

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