Celtic Folk Music and Culture

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

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 Title:  Irish songs of resistance, vol. 2
  Author:  [Galvin, Patrick]?
  Publisher:  [Oak Publications]?
  Place of Publication:  [London]?
  Date of Publication:  [196-]?
  Original Date of Publ: 
  Publication Number: 
  Number of Pages:  40 p.
  Binding Style:  Staple-bound
  Dimensions:  8.5 in.
  Contents:  The broad black brimmer -- The bogside man -- The boys of the Old Brigade -- The ballad of Billy Reid -- England's Vietnam -- Four green fields -- The banks of marble -- Tom Williams -- Follow me up to Carlow -- Free the people -- The battle of Inglis' Bakery -- Jack Lynch -- James Connolly -- James Larkin -- Joe Hill -- The lid of my granny's bin -- London's Derry -- Lonely Banna Strand -- The magnificent seven -- The orange and the green -- Over the wall -- Rubber bullets -- Freedom's sons -- The Toome Eel fishery -- Winchester '73 -- The wind that shakes the barley -- The luck of the Irish -- Sunday bloody Sunday -- The men behind the wire -- On the one road -- The men of Edentubber -- The three flowers -- The bard of Armagh -- The croppy boy -- Who fears to speak of Easter week --
  Notes:  Contents continued: The ould orange flute -- Pearse's Oration -- The man from God-knows-where. Song texts only, no musical notation.
  Format:  Pamphlet
  Subject - Culture:  Irish
  Subject - Time: 
  Subject - Topic:  Politics
  Subject - Instrument: 
  Subject - Genre:  Song-book