Old Irish Folk Music and Songs: The Joyce Collection Part I



Old Irish Folk Music and Songs: The Joyce Collection Part I
ITMA Reference Number:3486-BK
Title:Old Irish Folk Music and Songs: A Collection of 842 Irish Airs and Songs Hitherto Unpublished / Edited with Annotations for The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland by PW Joyce
Publication Details:London ; New York ; Bombay ; Calcutta : Longmans, Green & Co. ; Dublin : Hodges, Figgis, 1909
Physical Description:xxxvi, 408 p. : music in staff notation ; 25 cm. (bound)
Format:Book
Subject:Ireland: Instrumental music
Ireland: Songs in English
Ireland: Songs in Irish
Author:PW Joyce
Language:English
Edition:1st
Contents:Mo chreach a’s mo dhiachairt -- Ráisiona Bhl’-a-Hubhla -- The Orangeman -- Moran’s return -- So now come away -- Pilib ruadh -- Cork and sweet Munster -- An bouchail breoighte — the sick boy -- Paddy’s green island — song air -- The angler -- Tom is gone to the fair — hornpipe -- Sweet colleen rue -- The river Roe — song air -- My sorrow is greater than I can tell -- The north of Amerikay -- An gadaighe grána (the goddhee grawna) -- Lightly tripping — a set dance -- An gamhuin geal bán -- Chalk Sunday — jig and song tune -- An seanduine crom -- Johnny from Gandsey (i.e. Guernsey) -- The piper’s wife -- The wedding ring — song air -- The lover’s story -- Cherish the ladies — jig -- Slán leat go bráth -- The Silvermines — reel -- Down with the tithes -- The ball at the hop — jig -- Machairidhe ’s nóinínidhe -- Knockfierna -- The Kerry jig -- Ye natives of this nation -- My darling is on his way home -- The crows are coming home -- Lament for Donoch an Bhaile-Aodha -- Billy from Bruff — jig and song air -- O, tabhair dham do lámh -- Ardlamon (in Limerick) — hornpipe -- Dwyer’s hornpipe -- If any of those children of hunger shall cry -- Miss Redmond’s hornpipe -- Long time I courted you, Miss -- Saddle the pony — song air -- The pearl of th’ Irish nation -- Mo bhrón a’s mo dhíth -- Ding, dong, bell -- ’Twas in the end of King James’s Street -- Ballinamona oro -- The night’s past and gone -- Captain John’s hornpipe -- Gaily we went and gaily we came -- One evening fair -- Song air — name unknown -- The pretty girls of Abbeyfeale -- Young Jenny the pride of our town -- Mairghread na Roiste -- The foggy dew -- Slieve Elva -- I bridled my nag -- The new-mown meadows — reel -- The spring lambs -- Prime’s hornpipe -- The flurry reel -- Old Jerry Doyle — jig -- Down through the broom — reel -- The chorus jig -- Roger the weaver — jig -- Kitty, will you marry me? -- The greyhound — hornpipe -- Cois taoibh a chuinn -- My fiddle — hornpipe -- Cock your pistol, Charlie -- The road to Kilmallock -- Walking by moonlight -- I rambled once — jig -- Glenloe — reel -- The banks of Glenoe -- Connolly’s ale — song air -- Along the ocean shore -- An buachaillín donn -- Hurry the jug -- The frost is all over — hornpipe -- The fifer’s reel -- Reel -- The rose of Cloonoe — song air -- Even and odd, like Tom with his hod -- I’m a man in myself like Oliver’s bull -- Acushla gal machree -- All around my hat -- Dainty Davy was a lad -- Glounthaun Araglin eeving -- Rory the blacksmith from Ireland -- The Queen’s County lasses — reel -- An ceannuighe sugach (canny-soogagh) -- Loch na Garr -- The girl of Knocklong -- The green wood -- Trip it along — jig and song air -- Mary Lee — jig and song tune -- Poor Jack Nunan -- An bouchail caol dubh -- The blacksmith’s hornpipe -- The rose that the wind blew down -- An cailín deas ruadh -- From thee Eliza I must go -- Ga gréine -- The enchanted white duck -- Richard’s hornpipe -- Móirín Ni Chealla — Moreen O’Kelly -- Farewell to Peggy -- Sho-ho, or lullaby -- When the snow and the frost are all over -- Foxy Mary -- Unto the East Indies we were bound -- There’s a chicken in the pot -- Then you shall be a true lover of mine -- I see the moon -- The shan van vocht -- Fraoch a’s aitenn -- I’ll go home in the morning and carry a wife from Ross -- Just in the height of her bloom -- Air mo ghabháil dhom air an m-bóthar Shligigh -- The lady in the boat -- The shamrock reel -- Reel -- The ‘claur bug dale’ -- The banks of the roses -- The fairy dance — reel -- The joys of wedlock -- The piper in the meadows straying -- Spla-foot Nance -- The matchmaker -- Moll Halfpenny -- The maid of my choice is sweet Kitty Magee -- Strike up, ye lusty gallants -- How are you now, my maid? -- The scolding wife -- When my love is near me -- King Charles’s jig -- My love is coming home -- Green sleeves -- Old Philip Armour -- The field white with daisies -- Airgead caillighe -- The bay and the grey -- A Mháire ’s a mhúirnín -- A Mháire, ’s a mhúirnín -- My love is all the world to me -- Do dhearcas an spéir-bhean na h-aonar na suidhe -- My Eveleen gave me a secret to keep -- O, where are you going, my pretty fair maid? -- Am I the doctor you wished for to see? -- An cnuicín ruadh -- Tá mé sásta le m’ stáid -- Reel -- Rockmills hornpipe -- Through the wild woods alone -- The raven’s nest -- Mo chailín donn deas as misi siubhal le chéile -- The chiefs of old times -- Caoin — keen or lament -- Jem the miller — song air -- An stail graoi -- My darling boy is far away -- While the stars were bright -- Come all ye fair maidens -- The cutting of the turf -- The dance by the old sally tree -- When I came to my true love’s window -- The fair girl making hay -- The gold-haired maid -- Air mo ghabhail dhom taoibh Bhaile-Atha-Cliath -- Mo stóirín o Mhúscraidhe -- Here’s a health to our leader -- The snug little girl from Bansha -- The thrush and the blackbird are singing -- The old rambler -- Aréir a téiríghig sceul dhom trém neulta -- Farewell to Kinsale -- Hammer and tongs — song air -- Sailing in the lowlands low -- The march of the months — song air -- The high-flier — song air -- He has come back to Erin -- A Sheádhain, a bhráthair ghaoil -- Mary from Blackwater side -- The cottage in the grove — reel -- A bhean-a-tighe -- The lark in the blue summer sky -- Kerry for me — song air -- Una’s new gown — jig and song tune -- The house of Clonelphin — jig -- The yew tree -- Is beag an tarrtháil gheóbhfus mo dhratháirín -- The green banks of the Maigue -- Areir as me ag machtnamh air bheartaibh an t-saoghail -- Annie O’Brien — a lament -- To Myross Wood I chanced to stray -- Fire on the mountains -- Kilkenny races -- Jig -- Across the bridge to Connaught -- Reel -- Hibernia’s lovely Jane -- The Maguire’s march -- An Irish minuet -- The convict of Van Diemen’s Land -- Newry mountain -- Drimin dhu dheelish -- Ellen’s refusal -- Katty at her wheel -- Single and free -- Home across the ford -- The flag of green -- The tree of liberty -- The colleen dhas -- We are bold volunteers -- Shannon’s flowery banks -- The fair of Dunmore -- The rights of man -- Blaris moor -- Blaris moor -- Blaris moor -- Blaris moor -- In deepest sorrow I think of home -- Guiry’s reel -- An old man he courted me -- The gipsy hornpipe -- My love is in the house — reel -- The dew on the grass -- The rakes of Kinsale — jig -- Castleconnell lasses — reel -- The strawberry banks — reel -- The Typrid lasses — reel -- Carey’s dream — reel -- The yellow horse — song air -- When my old hat was new -- The shamrock — song and dance tune -- Connolly’s jig -- Mrs. Martin’s favourite — jig -- Furnill’s frolic — hop jig -- Follow me down to Carlow — jig -- An bhean bhocht -- Carolan’s ramble to Cashel -- The Lemonfield rangers — a hunting club -- He thought of the charmer -- My name is bold Kelly — song air -- The girl of Bruree -- Felix -- The pound of tow -- The ivy leaf -- Jig and song air -- An buailteán mór -- My dear, we’ll get married if love comes on -- Charming Mary Neill -- Adieu to O’Reilly -- Barraidh na g-craobh -- Keen — lament -- The barley malt -- Thomas Avocka from Ballyneal Cross -- The garraun bwee -- An m-beidhedh agum coite ná bád -- The Shanavest and Caravat -- The wheat is ready for reaping now -- I must be married if this is the way -- Síos air an úrlár -- The Caravat jig -- The trip we took over the mountain -- An fear bocht scallta -- An súsa dubh -- The real Irish toper -- A h-uiscidhe chroidhe na n-anmann -- O, whiskey, heart of souls -- Oro, ’se do bheatha a bhaile -- The three jolly topers — song air -- Old Irish quadrille -- The banks of Killaloe — song air -- Abhran buadha — song of victory -- The garraun bwee -- There was a young couple -- Jig and song air -- This fair maid to the meadow’s gone -- The morning dew -- She’s the dear maid to me -- Barrow boatman’s song -- Breestheen mira — song air and jig -- Willie Riley -- An old reel -- The gallant hussar -- Air -- As I roved out on a Mayday morning -- Reel and song air -- Hornpipe -- Reel -- My own dear colleen dhas -- The Wexford rebel -- Air -- Tinnehinch castle -- The croppy boy -- The devil in Dublin -- Air -- Brave Donnelly — song air -- Brighid Ní Mháille -- Farewell to Lough Conn -- Cearc agus coilleach a d-imthigh le chéile -- Ta dha Uilliam Dáibhís annsan áitse -- Negus for gentlemen — song air and jig -- My own dear maid -- Air -- Tigh na g-Ceillighe a g-cloch -- Paddy shown more -- The ship went down with all on board -- John MacAnanty’s welcome home -- Old Sibby -- The song of the blackbird -- The sailor boy -- Valentine O’Hara -- As we sailed from the Downs -- Down in the lowlands -- Didn’t you promise your own sweet bride I would be? -- Ballindown braes -- With my love on the road -- Cruel Delany -- The mantle so green -- My darling boy is gone -- The mermaid -- My lovely Irish boy -- Eliza -- The ladies dressed in their garments so green -- The jacket blue -- The rambler -- It was on a Friday morning -- The gipsies came to Lord M—’s gate -- The breeze from Scotland will bring my love -- The lasses of Donaghadee -- The praise of Prince Charlie -- Waterloo -- Shearing the sheep -- While Maureen is far away -- Air -- Reel -- Jig -- Hop jig -- A double jig -- The cows are a-milking — reel -- Burns’s dream — jig -- The rakes of Newcastle West — jig -- Cordick’s hornpipe -- Gallagher’s frolic -- Gallagher’s frolic -- Rosin the bow -- The Major — song air -- The lady in the sun -- The pining maid — reel -- The lass of Ballintra — reel -- Lady Carbury — reel -- The Dunboyne straw-plaiters — reel -- Castle Kelly — reel -- The boys of the lake — reel -- The eagle’s whistle -- The young man’s lamentation -- Port gan ainm -- Fuaim na dtonn -- The pretty girl combing her locks -- Oh, the cruel wars -- The moonlight jig -- The white calf -- Push the jug round -- Jenny Dwyer — song air -- Drimin donn dilis -- The green linnet
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