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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2005 1:25 pm 
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08/25/05 Markus Asunta returns with: "Here's a few tracks from a project that is aimed to eventually result a CD release. There is an old Finnish hymn called Jeesus sana elämän (Jesus, word of life) followed by the Kerry Reel and a set of reels with Sporting Paddy and Drunken Landlady. The type of hymns that the one enclosed represents are usually sung unaccompanied, slowly and taking long breaks between verses. They are the form of traditional Finnish music that's closest to my heart so I thought I'd do a bit of experimenting with these two traditions. Hopefully someone other than me will enjoy it too." (saved in flute)

Tony Higgins reposts the slow air, Dear Irish Boy, thinking I improved upon it. (I just listened to the older version, and sadly, I haven't.) Anyway, heh, heh, I've already gone to the trouble and it's on a different whistle, so here it is. Also posting: an air/reel of same melody (name unknown) with Drunken Landlady. (saved in reels)

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