Celtic Folk Music and Culture

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

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 Title:  Songs and recitations of Ireland, Book 2, "The Harp"
  Publisher:  C.F.N.
  Place of Publication:  Cork
  Date of Publication:  1973
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  Number of Pages:  48 p.
  Binding Style:  Staple-bound
  Dimensions:  8.5 in.
  Contents:  The banks of my own lovely Lee -- Kevin Barry -- The bard of Armagh -- Believe me, if all those endearing young charms -- My blue-eyed mountain queen -- The bold Thady Quill -- The bold Christy Ring -- The boys from the county Mayo -- Christmas bells -- The Colleen Dhoun -- The dead who died for Ireland -- Dear old Donegal -- The dying rebel -- Easter week -- Eileen -- Erin's lovely lee -- A fenian ballad -- The harp that once -- The hills of Donegal -- The holy ground -- The Irish soldier boy -- The Irish rebel (James Connolly) -- The last rose of summer -- Let Erin remember -- The men of Dublin -- The Mountjoy Hotel -- Mount Massey, The flower of Macroom -- Paudh ODonoghue -- ODonovan's daughter -- Off to Philadelphia -- At Oranmore -- The Orangeman's Galway Bay -- The rose of Tyrone -- Sean Sabhat of Garryowen -- Sentenced to death -- She lived beside the Anner -- Song of the dawn -- Sweet are the flowers that bloom in dear Kerry -- Sweet county Wexford -- The third West Cork Brigade -- Sean Treacy -- The wife of the bold tenant farmer -- The wild Hazel Glen -- Wolfe tone -- White, orange and green
  Notes:  Lyrics only. No musical notation.
  Format:  Pamphlet
  Subject - Culture:  Irish
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  Subject - Genre:  Song-book