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Raggle Taggle by Walter Starkie Litt. D., subtitled "Adventures with a Fiddle in Hungary and Roumania", recounts an exploration of the Balkan Gypsy culture of the era between the two World Wars. RAGGLE-TAGGLE. By. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. One of the most delightful travel books of the Fall lists. The author, a professor in an Irish University, plays hookey and follows gypsy trails through Hungary, Transylvania, and Roumania, carrying his fiddle as a passport to the hearts and lives. Laddie Reday & Mick Morris. The Author of the Raggle Taggle Fleet. Ladislaw (Laddie) Reday came to Australia as a 2nd Lt US Army in ,with a group of US Army Officers who were to raise the US Army Small Ships Section by commandeering,purchasing and leasing vessels that had a shallow draft from ports on the East Coast of Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand, . Modern recordings seem to prefer "The Raggle Taggle Gypsy," such as those of The Waterboys, Celtic Thunder, and The Chieftains featuring Nickel Creek. -- BDD (talk) , 8 June (UTC) Support, but noting that we need to preserve both page histories, and both talk pages.