Tunes from PW Joyce in Stanford-Petrie, 1902



Tunes from PW Joyce in Stanford-Petrie, 1902
ITMA Reference Number:2264-BK
Title:Tunes from PW Joyce in The Complete Collection of Irish Music / as Noted by George Petrie (1789-1866); Edited, from the Original Manuscripts by Charles Villiers Stanford
Publication Details:London ; New York : For the Irish Literary Society of London by Boosey & Co., c1902
Subject:Ireland: Instrumental music
Ireland: Songs in English
Ireland: Songs in Irish
Author:Charles Villiers Stanford, ed.
George Petrie
Contributor:PW Joyce
Language:English
Edition:1st
Contents:The scalded poor boy -- Where were you all the day my own pretty boy -- I’ll make for my bridegroom a grassy green pillow -- ’Twas on a summer’s evening -- Last night I dreamt of my own true love -- I am a poor maiden, my fortune proved bad -- Come all you maids where’er you be -- The Shanavest and Corovoth -- When you go to a battle -- Come all y’ United Irishmen, and listen unto me -- Come all United Irishmen and listen unto me -- Then up comes the captain & boatswain -- The far away wedding -- Oh love it is a killing thing -- I once loved a boy -- Once I was invited to a nobleman’s wedding -- An old man he courted me -- Ne’er wed an old man -- How do you like her for your wife -- The old astrologer -- The first day of spring -- The summer is come and the grass is green -- The funny taylor -- The croppy boy -- Johnny Doyle -- When first into this town I came -- [Irish version of “My ain kind dearie”] -- The Gorey caravan -- As I roved out one morning -- One evening of late as I roved out in state -- One evening fair as I roved out -- As I went a walking one morning in spring -- As through the woods I chanced to roam -- In comes great Buonaparte with forty thousand men -- Along with my love I’ll go -- Along with my love I’ll go -- Willy Leonard -- As a sailor and a soldier -- Dobbin’s flow’ry vale -- Crabs in the skillet -- I’m a poor stranger that’s far from my own -- My name is bold Kelly -- It is to fair England I’m willing to go -- Each night when I slumber -- The hunt Reel -- Munster reel -- Boil the breakfast early -- The job of journey work -- The peeler’s jacket -- Munster reel -- Munster reel -- The silver mines -- Reel [Untitled] – Reel – Hornpipe -- Good night, good night, and joy be with you -- The lovely lad -- Tea in the morning -- The croosting cap -- Munster jig -- Munster jig -- Munster jig -- Munster jig -- Old Cork jig – Jig -- Round the world for sport -- The girl I love Jig -- [Jig] – Jig – Jig – Jig -- Time of day -- Ancient Munster march and jig -- The housekeeper -- A lullaby -- Nurse tune -- A caoine -- Hymn tune -- Mo chailín donn deas a’s mise ag ól -- Mo stóirín ó Mhuscraídhe -- Baint áirnídhe faoi dhuilleabhar na gcraobh -- Ag an mBaile Núadh atá an bhruingeall mhodhamhail mná -- Mo ghrádh bán am’ threígean a’s céile dá luadh leis -- Corraidh do chosa a Sheáinín -- Is í mo leanbh (caoíne) -- An cailín ruadh -- Séid, a bhean bhoicht! agus bí súgach -- Easter snow -- Ceis Corran Síos i measg na gcoillte -- “Saion” na séad -- An gamhain geal bán -- Grádh mo chléibh -- Bé ’n Eírinn í -- Ceó druídheachta -- A chuisle geal mo chroídhe -- Órán an uig -- An cnoicín fraoigh -- Cois taoíbh leas’ an ghaortha -- Mo chailín rúadh -- Péarla an chúil chraobhaigh -- An táilliúr aérach -- Pilib an cheó -- Cois tiar lais an gaortha -- Tá ’na lá -- Tá ’na lá -- Aon ’s do na píobaireachta -- Capa Dánig -- Slán agus beannacht le buadharthaibh an tsaoghail --Cruimíneach crom -- Dá mbéinn-si agus mo ghrádh bán -- Súiste buídhe -- Air mo ghabháil tré Bhaile-Átha-Clíath dam -- Mór Chlúana -- An seanduine crom -- Bean dubh ó’n slíabh -- Bean dubh ó’n slíabh -- Mo chreach a’s mo dhíachais
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