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Transcript of 'Just before the battle, mother' as sung by Henry Campbell & Gerald Campbell / Aidan O'Haras

Just before the battle, mother, song (Just before the battle, mother, I am thinking most of you …) A typed transcript based on Aidan O'Hara's field recording, with annotations and corrections by the collector.

Transcript of 'The bonny bunch of roses' as sung by Tom Murphy & Minnie Murphy / Aidan O'Hara

The bonny bunch of roses, song (By the margin of the ocean, one morning in the month of June …) A typed transcript based on Aidan O'Hara's field recording, with annotations and corrections by the collector.

Transcript of '[The fireman's story of a brave volunteer]' as recited by John Joe English / Aidan O'Hara

A typed transcript based on Aidan O'Hara's field recording, with annotations and corrections by the collector.

Transcript of 'Golden bay' as sung by Anthony Power / Aidan O'Hara

Golden bay, song (In nineteen hundred and twelve, my boys for Golden Bay set sail …) A typed transcript based on Aidan O'Hara's field recording, with annotations and corrections by the collector.

Transcript of 'Only a face in the firelight' as sung by Petchie Nash & Frankie Nash / Aidan O'Hara

Only a face in the firelight, song (I was seated one night by the hearthstone ...) A typed transcript based on Aidan O'Hara's field recording, with annotations and corrections by the collector.

Transcript of a conversation about Irish phrases used on Newfoundland's Cape Shore / Caroline Brennan ; Aidan O'Hara

A typed transcript of a conversation between Aidan O'Hara and Caroline Brennan. Caroline Brennan describes a rhyme in Irish said over a baby's crib, phrases used as greetings, and old superstitions about the banshee.

Transcript of a conversation about the places in Ireland from which Caroline Brennan's family emigrated / Caroline Brennan ; Aidan O'Hara

A typed transcript of a conversation between Aidan O'Hara and Caroline Brennan. Caroline Brennan describes the places from which her family emigrated, including Carrick-on-Suir, Waterford, Fiddown, and Mooncoin.

Transcript of 'Wait till my ship comes in' [Jack was a sailor] / Caroline Brennan

Jack was a sailor, song (Jack was a sailor on board of a whaler …) A handwritten transcript of 'Jack was a sailor onboard a whaler.' The source of the transcript is not specified. This may have come from Caroline Brennan; in several of Aidan O'Hara's field recordings Caroline promises to write out the words for her songs.

Vincent Roche with Sean, Conor and Brian O'Hara / Aidan O'Hara

Vincent Roche with Sean, Conor and Brian O'Hara / Aidan O'Hara

Aidan O'Hara's three young sons being pushed in a wheel barrow by Vincent Roche (son of Dermot Roche) through the yard at the Roche family house in Branch.

Dolores Keane and Reel Union / Aidan O'Hara

Dolores Keane and Reel Union / Aidan O'Hara

Éamonn Curren (uilleann pipes), Dolores Keane (flute), John Faulker (fiddle), Kieran Crehan (fiddle), and Terry Yarnell (mandolin) during their visit to St John's, Newfoundland.  

Joyce O'Hara and her children at the first Newfoundland Folk Festival, 1977 / Aidan O'Hara

Joyce O'Hara and her children at the first Newfoundland Folk Festival, 1977 / Aidan O'Hara

Joyce, Kathleen (hidden), and Conor O'Hara sitting in the front row at the 1977 Newfoundland Folk Festival.

Joyce O'Hara and a group of children at the 1977 Newfoundland Folk Festival / Aidan O'Hara

Joyce O'Hara and a group of children at the 1977 Newfoundland Folk Festival / Aidan O'Hara

Joyce O’Hara with a group of children at the 1977 NL Folk Festival. Two of her sons, Conor and Brian, have their backs to the camera.