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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2007 8:39 pm 
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5/15/07 Welcome to Stian Olsen, who sends "a double jig called Jimmy Ward`s jig. I play a nontunable chieftain (new style) low G."

Gian Marco returns with: "The path you can't see", a tune written by me and played on a Doug Tipple flute in G." (saved in orig)

Steffen Gabriel sends, "The Trip to Pakistan (a reel which I learned from a video of a D. Williams session from kerrywhistles.co.uk) Sean Reid's Favourite (reel, which I found on Clips&Snips) Butler's of Glen Avenue (jig, known from Lúnasa's album "Otherworld") The Kilmovee (a nice jig I learned from my flute teacher Claus Steinort) The Rolling Wave (a jig which was one of the first irish tunes I ever heard without even knowing that it was irish...) All tunes are played on my Bleazey blackwood high D."

Arbo Doughty sends: "a set of reels: Elsie Brogan's/unknown/Pigtown Fling. These were recorded on a Hawkes and Son flute. I am playing along with myself, double barrelled if you will."

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