Irish bagpipes solo, Edison Bell Winner 5219. This very curious item is a "Set Dance" in the later sense of the term, a group of tunes for group dancing, as opposed to the specialty Set Dances for a single dancer, such as the Blackbird or the Job of Journeywork, which Walsh also recorded. "Single, Double, Hornpipe" is on the label, but this trio of tunes are a polka, double jig, and a one part reel. Polkas were sometimes called "Single reels" and presumably that is what "Single" refers to. The polka is "Maggie in the Woods," the jig and reel sound familiar to me as well. The old name for these "Sets of Dances" was Quadrille, and the Roche Collections published by Munster fiddler Frank Roche around 1912 (now available in one volume from Ossian publishing) have some quadrilles, none of which match Walsh's tunes, but many more of these quadrilles are in old collections and manuscripts.