We are pleased to offer you a smattering of Irish tunes for the feast of St. Patrick. Whether or not our daily deeds are as grueling as St. Patrick's, there's nothing like good music to put the sun back in the sky. You will hardly find a melody more pleasant to the ear or rhythmic for the foot than an Irish one—whether it's about a fair maiden, a pint of drink, or being decimated in battle.
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