Celtic Folk Music and Culture

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

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 Title:  Songs of Belfast
  Contributor:  Hammond, David
  Publisher:  Gilbert Dalton
  Place of Publication:  Dublin
  Date of Publication:  1978
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  Number of Pages:  63 p.
  Binding Style:  Paperback
  Dimensions:  7.5 in.
  Contents:  Children playing: Johnny Todd -- Green gravel -- Five o'clock is striking -- My Aunt Jane -- The wee Falorie man -- The May Queen -- Poor Toby is dead -- I once had a Granny -- I'll tell my Ma -- Fair Rosa; The Linen Mills: You might easy know a doffer -- The rovers meet the winders -- Fan-a-winnow -- The doffing mistress; Sailor men: The Titanic -- The cruise of the Calibar -- My fine sailor boy; Soldier men: The gallant Forty-Twa -- Majuba Hill -- The South Down Militia; Working Men: The scavengers' brigade -- The Lalour Boroo -- The Sankill Boosers -- A trace boy on Ligoniel Hill; Songs of love: An unknown immortal -- All round the loney-o -- Mary of sweet Belfast town -- I wish I was a maid again -- The dark-eyed gypsy -- Will ye go, lassie, go? -- The ballad of William Bloat; An exile's reflection: Ballad to a traditional refrain
  Notes:  Lyrics and musical notation for the melodies.
  Format:  Book
  Subject - Culture:  Irish
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  Subject - Topic:  Belfast
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  Subject - Genre:  Song-book