Old Irish Folk Music and Songs: The Forde Collection



Old Irish Folk Music and Songs: The Forde Collection
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Title:Old Irish Folk Music and Songs: A Collection of 842 Irish Airs and Songs Hitherto Unpublished / edited with annotations for The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland by PW Joyce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
Irish
Edition:1st
Contents:An sparáinín airgid -- The little purse of money -- An caithteach chrón -- Air -- Margaret O’Neill -- Paddy Seán Bán -- The humours of Glenflesk — jig -- Why should we quarrel for riches -- The miller’s maggot -- Giolla na dayhie -- Máire mhórdhálach -- Barbara Needham -- My jewel, my joy -- My Kathleen dear: or Lough Rea -- The roving sailor -- Druimin dubh dílis -- The branded cow -- The nine points of knavery — reel -- Michael Ward: or Michael O’Connor -- A Mháire Ni Chuillionáin -- Giolla Dubh O’Glamharáin -- An bóthar dubh -- Cuan Bhaile Seóin --The foggy morning -- I will rise in the morn by the dawn of bright day -- The trooper’s wife -- Is fada liom siar an cruach -- Nelly a chailín deas — Nelly, my pretty girl -- My native mountain home -- The love letter -- Captain MacGreal of Connemara -- The lamentation of James Murphy -- An stáicín eórna -- Charles McHugh, the robber -- The feast of the birds -- The maid of Garryowen -- If the grog is good, we will have more of it -- Make haste home to your mother -- Patrick O’Donovan the piper -- Nelly Bawn -- Bring home the bride -- Get up, my darling, and come with me -- The morning star -- Brigit Geary -- Lamentation of O’Reilly’s bride -- It was on a fair calm morning -- Oro a dtiucfaidh tu -- Peggy O’Hara’s wedding -- Brian MacCowall -- Bogadh faoi shúsa -- Cois aimhne na Leamhna -- Gradh geal mochroidhe — gra gal machree -- Bobbity Dawly -- Caoine — keen or lament -- The groves of Blackpool -- Young men, if you go to the fair -- The blacksmith and his son -- My journey to London -- The peep o’ day ranger -- The Kerryman’s visit to Dublin -- The blind beggar of the glen -- An figheadóir bán -- Between Clonmel and Carrick-on-Suir -- One day in my rambles -- An spailpín fánach -- Anna Bhán -- I wish I was a fisherman living on the Hill of Howth -- Lord King --The green shady glen -- Nóra an chúil ómair -- Air -- The Battle of Clontarf — A March Tune -- Jig -- Kitty O’Neill -- Red-Haired Mary -- San Ól or Ól Dán -- Beannacht agus Ceud -- Leis An Amhainn Mhór Ma Se Sin Agutsa -- Air -- The Galty Hunt -- Solomon’s Temple -- Why Do You Leave Me? -- The Outcast Daughter -- James Irwin -- Falluinn air Fhalluinn -- Air -- Air -- The Garden Gate -- Down by the Banks of the Sweet Primroses -- The Humours of Ballinaraheen — Jig -- The Mason’s March -- Larry Grogan -- Farewell to Spain -- The Old Woman’s Hornpipe -- Go Home, Go Home, Dear Cousin -- Air -- The Killiney -- Maiden Farewell, My Old Comrades -- The Cock and the Hen -- The Weaver’s Daughter from the County Down -- In the County Armagh -- Hall’s Mill — Song Air -- The Stonecutter’s Jig -- Jig -- The White Horse — Song Air -- Planxty by Carolan -- Sir Henry McDermot Roe -- Harry Munro or Coolin -- Roe Lament -- The Rebel’s Farewell -- Paddy’s Wedding Air -- Air -- Air -- The Glasgow Lasses -- An Caoch Eólaighe -- ’Tis the Whiskey that Makes Life’s Cares Lie Light on Me -- Pretty Polly O Maureen, My Darling Air -- The Banks of the Lagan Air -- You Gentlemen of England -- A Kiss in the Kitchen -- The Fairies’ Lamentation -- The Banks of the Bann -- The Third of August — Song -- Air -- Peggy Aroon -- Lough Gowna -- Mailli Ni Maoluain -- Lough Sheeling -- An Leanbh Aimhréidh -- Seabhac na h-Eirne -- The Coolin -- An Ceannuighe ó’n Earna -- Boherroe -- An Cailín Ruadh --It Is Not Time to Go, Boys -- Sean Bho Mhaol -- In My Father’s Pleasant Gardens --The Weaver’s Daughter -- Mourne Shore -- Múirnín Geal Mo Chroidhe -- Een Been Bubbero! -- Ree Ro Raddy-O -- How Shall I Find Her Home Room? -- I Wish I Was in Banagher -- The Paddereen Mare -- The Banished Defender -- Dan Kelly’s Perjury -- Rose Ward -- Erin My Country -- The Yeomen of Ballinamore -- He That Will Marry Me -- Sighile Bheag Ni Chonnallain -- Little Celia O’Connellan -- Little Celia O’Connellan -- An Cailín Deas Mín -- Shall We Ever Be in One Lodging? -- Ogánaigh an Chuil Dualaigh -- Cavan O’Reilly -- Ancient Irish Hymn on the Crucifixion -- Ancient Irish Hymn on the Crucifixion -- Barney Is in Prison -- Peggy Was Mistress of My Heart -- Mullach Scríne -- Up the Heathery Mountain and Through the Rushy Fields -- We Will Go to Tara’s Hill -- The Straddy — Song Tune -- I Am a Real Republican -- The Cradle Will Rock and the Baby Will Fall -- Castle Finn -- The Bird Alone -- Cúl Áluinn Mo Chailín Donn -- A Shéumais A Ghradh -- The Comely Girl Both Tall and Straight -- I Wish I Was a Silver Watch That in My True Love’s Pocket I Might Lodge -- The River Linn -- An Bunnán Buidhe -- My Wedding Is Preparing -- I’m Weary of Walking Alone -- Lamentation for Father Charles -- O’Rodican Mo Reulta Eóluidhe -- The Cuckoo I Oft Heard -- My Grandmother Say -- Mo Lóndubh Beag Aoibhinn -- Lord Baykim -- Johnny Peyton -- Jemmy and Nancy -- Cúl na Lúb -- Nancy Cooper -- Una A Rúin — Winnie Dear -- Mainister an Bhuill -- Take My Life for His, She Said -- I Heard a Maid in Bedlam -- A-Making Sore Complaint -- Trip with the Roving Shooler -- The Top of Slieve Gullion -- Is Buachaillín Beag Óg Me -- The Bag of Sundries -- Is Baintreabhach agus Maighdean Me -- I’ll Travel to Mount Nebo -- Many a Pleasant Hour My Love and I Did Pass -- The Greenwood Lad -- Fallainn a Fuair a Chiorrbhadh -- Glaisín Óg na g-Craobh -- The Dolphin -- Mild O’Reilly -- Darling, Don’t Refuse Me -- At Cloone Church Gate the Fight Began -- Pretty Polly -- Like a Trooper Did Ride -- He Left the Poor Widows A-Weeping -- The Wexford Tragedy -- What Shall I Do? -- My Love Is Going to Wed -- The Bold Val O’Hara -- Peely Cuit Bán Donocah Bán --Ochone-O — Caoine or Keen -- Search the World Round -- Fead an Iolair — The Eagle’s Whistle -- The Leaves So Green -- Dún Do Shúile — Close Your Eyes -- O Lay Me in Killarney -- Cape Clear -- Plough Tune -- Caoine, Keen or Ullagone (Lament) -- A Nurse’s Lullaby -- The Canal Boat -- All Alone -- The Lark in the Morning -- Kitty Alone -- Cuisle Mo Chroidhe — Cushla Machree -- What Shall I Do if He Leaves Me? -- My Love She Is Living in Donegal Town -- Oh Erin, My Country -- Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded? -- My Name It Is Munhall Air -- Bhruach na Carraige Báine -- Oh Killarney, Lovely Lake -- Paddy’s Waltz — Song Tune -- Molly Hewson, My Jewel -- The Gammaho — Jig -- Hop Jig -- Molly Maguire — A Country Dance -- Peggy’s Wedding — A Country Dance -- Keshcorran Una -- Arúin — Dear Oona -- The Humours of Winnington --Píce an t-Súgra -- An Cailin Ruadh --Youghal Harbour Air -- Irish Hunting Song -- Plough Whistle -- An Giolla Gruamach -- Cupán Ui hEaghra
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