Celtic Folk Music and Culture

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 Title:  Collection of the most celebrated Irish tunes, proper for the violin, German flute or hautboy, Dublin 1724 : Facsimile edition
  Author:  Neal, John and Neal, William
  Contributor:  Carolan, Nicholas (editor)
  Publisher:  Folk Music Society of Ireland
  Place of Publication:  Dublin
  Date of Publication:  1986
  Original Date of Publ: 
  Publication Number:  ISBN 0905733010
  Number of Pages:  xxxvi, [29], [xvi] p.
  Binding Style:  Paperback
  Dimensions:  8 x 9.5 in.
  Contents:  King of the blind -- Ye Clarges lamentation -- Sqr. Woodes's lamentation on ye refusuall of his half pence -- Da mihi manum -- Thomas Burke -- ADD MORE TITLES LATER
  Notes:  Includes extensive introduction on the Neal brothers, the original 1724 publication, other Neal publications, and so on. Includes bibliographic information. The tunes themselves are in facsimile, with musical notation of the melodies. Following the facsimile pages are extensive notes on each tune, including origins of tunes if known and locations of concordances of the tunes in other sources.
  Format:  Book
  Subject - Culture:  Irish
  Subject - Time:  18th century
  Subject - Topic:  Folk music
  Subject - Instrument:  Fiddle, Violin, Flute, Oboe
  Subject - Genre:  Tune book, Dance music