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Shamrock, Rose and Thistle: Folk Singing in North Derry / Hugh Shields [songs]

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Shamrock, Rose and Thistle: Folk Singing in North Derry / Hugh Shields [songs]
ITMA Reference Number:151-BK
Title:Shamrock, rose and thistle : folk singing in North Derry / Hugh Shields [ed.] [songs]
Section:Digitised Books
Publication Details:Belfast : Blackstaff Press, 1981
Copyright:Hugh Shields 1981
Physical Description:pp. 37–164 : ill., music in staff notation ; 30 cm. (pbk. bound by Archive)
Format:Book
Subject:Ireland: Songs in English
Author:Hugh Shields
Table of Contents:List of the songs -- Adam in paradise = Father Adam -- Alexander = The rejected lover = The two true lovers = I'll travel to Mount Nebo -- Another man's wedding = The nobleman's wedding -- The noble lord's wedding = The laird's wedding = An old lover's wedding [song: music and words = The noble rich wedding = The faultless bride = The faithless bride = The unconstant lover = The love token = The bark and the tree = Orange and blue = All round my hat = Green willow = Down in my garden -- The Arranmore disaster -- The banks of Kilrea = The banks of Sweet Drumreagh -- The banks of Newfoundland = The barque 'Mariner' -- The banks of the Bann = The brown girl -- The brown maid -- Barbro Allen = Bonny Barbara Allen = Mary Ellen -- The blazing star of Drung = The maid of Drim -- The bonny Irish boy = My bonny Irish boy = The bonny boy = The maid's lament for her pretty Irish boy = The maid's lament for her bonny Irish boy = The Irish girl's complaint in Bedlam = The Irish girl -- The bonny moorhen = The mulberry bog -- The braes of Strathblane = The braes of Strathdon = The bleaches so green = The beach of Strablane = The Chippewa girl -- Carrowclare = The maid of Carrowclare = Killyclare / Jimmy McCurry and Eddie Butcher -- The close of an Irish day -- The cocks is crowing = The drowsy sleeper = Arise, arise, you drowsy maiden = Awake, awake I will put my ship in order = Awake, awake I will set my ship in order = Who's that knocking? = Oh, who is that that raps at my window? = Who comes tapping to my window? = Let the hills and valleys be covered with snow -- Come all you rakish fine young men -- Copper John = Cofer John -- Craiganee = The flower of Craiganee = The hills of Tandragee = Innisfree = Bonaghee -- The crockery ware -- The bold lieutenant [words only] -- The dark-eyed gipsy = The gipsy laddie = The brown-eyed gipsies = Seven yellow gipsies = The raggle-taggle gipsies -- David's flowery vale = Young McCance = Drummond's land = Divis mountain -- The daysman = A story in rhyme of the hiring fair -- Don't come again = You shan't come again = The rejected lover -- Down by the canal = Bonny Kilwarlin -- Erin's lovely home -- The fan = The bold lieutenant = The lions' den = The den of lions = The lady's fan = The glove and the lions = The lover's test = The faithful lover = The hero rewarded = The distressed lady = A trial of true love = The fairest lady in London city = The Bostonshire lady -- The farmer's daughter -- The Faughan side -- Finvola, the gem of the Roe = The gem of the Roe -- Free and easy to jog along -- The good ship Cambria -- The green fields of America = The emigrant's farewell -- Greencastle shore = The shamrock shore -- Paddy's green shamrock shore -- Here's a health to the company -- The hillman = The Connaughtman = Our goodman = The seven drunken nights -- I long for to get married = The young men = The cherry tree -- The Enniskillen dragoons [song: words only] -- India's burning sands = The Paisley officer = The village pride = Henry and Mary Ann = Blithe and bonny Scotland -- The Inniskilling dragoon -- It's just about ten years ago -- It's of a young gentleman = The seducer outwitted -- It was in the Queen's County -- James McKee = James Magee -- Johnny Doyle = The lost Johnny Doyle = Claudy town -- The journeyman tailor = The jovial young sailor = The sailor and the lady = Willie bound down to Derry = It's of a rich lady -- A lady walked in her father's garden = The young maid stood in the garden = A servant maid in the garden = The maiden in the garden = The pretty fair maid = There was a lady = The green garden = All in a garden = The sailor = The single sailor = The brisk young sailor = The young and single sailor = The sailor's return = The cowboy's return = The broken ring = The broken token = The test of love = Seven years since I had a sweetheart = The true lovers' discussion -- Laurel Hill = Kyle's flowery braes -- A new song called The seducer outwitted [song: words only] -- The Lisburn maid [song: words only] -- The maid of Culmore = The maids of Culmore = The maid of Kilmore -- The maid of seventeen -- The mason's word -- Minnie Picken = Maggie Picken = Maggie Pickie = Molly picking on the shore = Mary picking cockles -- Molly, lovely Molly = Pretty Polly = Polly's love = Young Willie = The cruel ship carpenter [song: music and words], The Gosport tragedy -- The Moorlough shore = The maid of Mourne shore = The maid of the Mourne shore = Walmsley's shady groves -- The mountain streams where the moorcock crows -- Where the moor cocks crow [song: words only] -- Moville along the Foyle -- The new tractor / by Eddie Butcher -- The parish of Dunboe = The banished lover = Learmount grove = Claudy town -- Pat Reilly = Johnny Golicher = Johnny Gallagher = Johnny Coughlan = Captain Galligan = John Gollaher's lamentation = The sentry box -- Johnny Golicher [song: words only] -- The ploughboy = The lark in the morning -- The rakes of poverty -- Saturday night is Hallowe'en night = Tam Lin -- The ship carpenter's wife = Sale of a wife = Cabbage and goose -- A new song on the sale of a wife [son: music and words] -- The shores of sweet Benone = Magilligan -- The strands of Magilligan -- Three gipsies riding = Three dukes riding -- Todd's sweet rural shade -- Tossing the hay = The turning of the hay = The new-mown hay = The female haymaker -- A new song called The tossing of the hay [song: words only] -- The trader = The loss of the 'Trader' and crew -- The true lover's discourse = The true lovers' discussion -- The wheel of fortune = Love it's pleasing = Love it's bonny = Fair and tender ladies = The false lover -- When a man's in love = A man in love = Young men in love = Boys in love = There is an old man in love -- When I was in Ireland = The Kerry recruit = The Irish recruit = The Irish soldier = True Paddy's song = Pat and the war = Paddy's ramble = The boy on the land -- The widow's daughter = The widow of the West = The widow of Westmorland = The widow of Westmorland's daughter -- Youghal harbour
Language:English
ISBN:0856401668

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