(Irish Songs and Stories).
LIAM WALSH (Irish Pipes).
ALVIN KEECH (Banjulele Banjo).
FODEN WILLIAMS in Selections from his Repertoire.
LIAM WALSH. "The Butcher's March.""Saddlc the Pony," Irish Jig.
RONALD GOURLEY in Songs at the Piano.
Song, " Widow Machree "Country Song, " The Maid of the Sweet Brown Knowe " ALVIN KEECH in Syncopated Songs with Banjulele Banjo.-LIAM WALSH. " The Rambling Pitchfork,"- Irish
" The Portlaw Reel," Irish Reel.
Improvisations and Whistling
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