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John Kelly's Polka/The Cuil Aodha Polka

John Kelly's

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The first polka is actually a version of a reel called Scotch Mary. The second is named after the Cuil Aodha (pronounced "Coolea") townland in County Cork, right down in the south- western area of Ireland. Both tunes come from the playing of fiddler James Kelly.



This song is part of my Irish Collection; check out other tunes and songs from the Irish Collection Index.


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