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Mr. Bones

It was at an Irish bar South of San Francisco one evening in 1978. I had been playing flute for a Step …


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Mr. Bones

It was at an Irish bar South of San Francisco one evening in 1978. I had been playing flute for a Step …


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Mr. Bones

It was at an Irish bar South of San Francisco one evening in 1978. I had been playing flute for a Step …


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Mr. Bones

It was at an Irish bar South of San Francisco one evening in 1978. I had been playing flute for a Step …


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In Tune at Trinity

A few days ago, I had the opportunity to visit a Dublin exhibition named “In Tune: A Millennium of Music in Trinity …


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In Tune at Trinity

A few days ago, I had the opportunity to visit a Dublin exhibition named “In Tune: A Millennium of Music in Trinity …


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In Tune at Trinity

A few days ago, I had the opportunity to visit a Dublin exhibition named “In Tune: A Millennium of Music in Trinity …


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In Tune at Trinity

A few days ago, I had the opportunity to visit a Dublin exhibition named “In Tune: A Millennium of Music in Trinity …


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The keyed bugle

“We don’t develop in a box”, says Steve Dillon, referring to international music connections during the 19th century. The keyed bugle was …


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The keyed bugle

“We don’t develop in a box”, says Steve Dillon, referring to international music connections during the 19th century. The keyed bugle was …


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The keyed bugle

“We don’t develop in a box”, says Steve Dillon, referring to international music connections during the 19th century. The keyed bugle was …


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The keyed bugle

“We don’t develop in a box”, says Steve Dillon, referring to international music connections during the 19th century. The keyed bugle was …


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