Celtic Folk Music and Culture

Print Sources (Music & Text) in the Ted McGraw Collection

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 Title:  Ceol an Chlair : Music of Paddy ODonoghue
  Author:  ODonoghue, Paddy
  Contributor:  Cotter, Geraldine (transcriber)
  Publisher:  Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann
  Place of Publication:  Dublin
  Date of Publication:  Unknown
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  Number of Pages:  77 p.
  Binding Style:  Staple-bound
  Dimensions:  6 x 8.5 in.
  Contents:  The surprise visit -- The woods of Ballinahinch -- The high winds -- The last day of January -- Boys of Ballycunneen -- The mighty pot-holes -- The coming of spring -- The trip to Fanore -- Tribute to Micko -- Drumline Castle -- Shores of Lough Breda -- The stray cat -- A night to remember -- Aine's invitation -- The trip to Peterswell -- The trip to London -- Doyle's Castle -- Counting the coppers -- The missing fiddle -- Bridie's favourite -- St. Bridget's day -- The three white cats -- Bugler's calf -- Phil's place -- The music room -- New Year's luck -- The golden canary -- The visit of Ned Lahane -- The road to Ballygirreen -- The three generations -- The new concert flute -- Nancy's fiddle -- The dying wasp -- Gerry's digger -- Bow River Mill -- Cois na hAohana Regional Archive
  Notes:  Musical notation of each tune, plus commentary on most of the tunes by the composer. Includes numerous black & white photographic illustrations. Foreword by Frank Whelan, of the Cois na hAbhna Archive.
  Format:  Pamphlet
  Subject - Culture:  Irish, Clare
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  Subject - Genre:  Tune book