Julia Clifford: O'Rahilly's Grave [Air] & She Didn't Dance and Dance & Denis Murphy's [Slides]

Julia Clifford recorded playing a set of tunes in Monkstown, Dublin, in May 1985.
The first is a lament which can be found on the classic Claddagh Records album The Star Above the Garter, which was first released in 1969.
The second is a slide version of the well-known slip jig My Mind Will Ne'er Be Easy, and the last is a slide associated with Julia Clifford's brother, Denis Murphy.

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Comment by Conor Daly on July 31, 2011 at 16:39

She is was agile  for her age lovely stuff

Comment by Dick Glasgow on July 25, 2011 at 16:17

This wonderful video sparked a rather interesting debate on Fiddle & Bow technique, over on the session.org.

Perhaps it'll have the same effect on our members, here. ;-)

Cheers,

Dick

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