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Fifty Great Celtic Jigs

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Being continually featured in popular movies and music, Irish music is as popular as ever.

Compiled by Gregory Mahan, an Irish whistler for over 16 years, this collection offers a wide variety of jigs, from well-known favorites such as The Butterfly and the Kesh Jig to tunes which may not be as well known at your local pub, such as Gander in the Pratie Hole and Maid at the
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Kindle Edition, 39 pages
Published November 28th 2011 (first published November 14th 2002)
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Gregory Mahan (1969-) was born in Richardson, Texas, but spent the majority of his life in and around the greater Houston area. Gregory fell in love with the works of Andre Norton at a very young age, and soon became a voracious reader of science fiction and fantasy works. He began crafting stories for his friends and family at the age of 8 when he asked for (and received!) a typewriter as a Chris ...more
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