Celtic Folk Music and Culture

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

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 Title:  Learn to play the tin whistle, Part 3
  Contributor:  Vallely, Eithne ; Vallely, John B.
  Publisher:  Armagh Pipers Club
  Place of Publication:  Belfast
  Date of Publication:  1974
  Original Date of Publ:  1973
  Publication Number: 
  Number of Pages:  18 p.
  Binding Style:  Staple-bound
  Dimensions:  11.5 in.
  Contents:  Jigs: The pipe on the hob -- Brian OLinn -- The rolling waves (2 versions) -- Tom Billy's jig (2 versions) -- The foxchase -- A Chailleach do Mharais Me -- The gold ring ; Slip jigs: The humours of Derrykrosane -- The choice wife ; Reels: The humours of Carrigaholt -- Caher Rua -- Speed the plough -- The boy in the gap -- Trim the velvet -- Dan Breen's reel -- The musical priest -- McFadden's handsome daughter -- Within a mile of Dublin -- Colonel Frazer -- ODowd's reel -- The gravel walk ; Set dances, clan marches, and OCarolan tunes: The king of Laois -- Lord Mayo -- Planxty Irwin -- ORourke's noble feast -- The eagle's whistle -- A fine toast to Hewlitt -- The ace and deuce of piping.
  Notes:  Includes musical notation of melodies. Includes instructional material on the structure of Irish music and on ornamentation.
  Format:  Tune-book
  Subject - Culture:  Irish
  Subject - Time: 
  Subject - Topic: 
  Subject - Instrument:  Whistle
  Subject - Genre:  Tune book, Dance music