The Westmeath Hunt
The Westmeath Hunt: William Mullaly: The First Irish Concertina Player on Record
William Mullaly was the first and one of the best Irish concertina players to issue commercial records. His discs, made in the United States in the 1920s, have been immensely influential and have contributed greatly to popularising the concertina in Irish traditional music.
The entire collection of Mullaly's recordings has been newly remastered for this reissue CD by Harry Bradshaw. It is accompanied by 60-page illustrated booklet by Harry Bradshaw, Nicholas Carolan and Jackie Small.
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|Title:||The Westmeath Hunt: William Mullaly: The First Irish Concertina Player on Record|
|Publication Details:||Dublin : Viva Voce ; Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2011|
Jackson's thought, jig -- Lady Carbury, reel -- The races of Athlone, reel -- The green groves of Erin, reel -- The ivy leaf, reel -- Drumraney lass, jig -- Jug of brown ale, jig -- Within a mile of Dublin, reel -- The Westmeath hunt, reel -- The humours of Mullingar, reel -- Jackson's wife to the road, reel -- Little house under the hill, jig -- Tory Island, reel -- Miss Monroe's jig -- Salamanca, reel -- Peter Street, reel
|Main Performer:||William Mullaly, concertina|
|Corporate Author:||Irish Traditional Music Archive|
|Specifications:||1 sound disc (32 min., 38 sec.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet|
|Catalogue No.:||[No catalogue number]|
|Copyright:||Viva Voce ; Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2011|