Bill Harte

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Sonny Brogan - 1930s and 1940s
... In the 1930s and 1940s, alongside his close friend Bill Harte, he played with the Lough Gill Quartet ... Sonny gathered a lot of tunes from Bill Harte, some of which he would write down in tonic solfa for the record, and others which he simply committed to memory ... It has been said that both Bill Harte and Sonny Brogan "are reputed to have been among the pioneers who saw the potential for Irish music making in the button accordion pitched B/C ...

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