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Séamus O'Mahony and Leo Rowsome sitting next to each other in a back garden, with Séamus holding his fiddle and Leo his pipes. Three girls are in the background playing.

Séamus O’Mahony: A Hidden Gem in ITMA. Part 3 / “Caill-taisce’ sa Taisce Cheol Dúchais Éireann. Uimhir 3

Highlighting three more tracks, Liam O’Connor continues his exploration of the 1952 reel-to-reel recording of Cork fiddle player Séamus O’Mahony (1900–1991). ITMA is indebted to Brendan E. O’Mahony, Seamus’ son who has generously allowed ITMA to freely share these recordings with the traditional music community.

Cherish the ladies, jig / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

The teetotaller, reel; Heathery breeze, reel / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

An chúilfhionn, air / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

Séamus O'Mahony, President of the ASTI, [1952?]