Celtic Folk Music and Culture

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 Title:  More Irish street ballads
  Contributor:  OLochlainn, Colm (collector, annotator)
  Publisher:  Three Candles
  Place of Publication:  Dublin
  Date of Publication:  1965
  Original Date of Publ: 
  Publication Number: 
  Number of Pages:  xvi, 270 p.
  Binding Style:  Hardbound
  Dimensions:  7.5 in.
  Contents:  The agricultural Irish girl -- A kiss in the morning early -- The bag of nails -- The battle of Carrickshock -- The beggarman's song -- The Behey eviction -- Billy Byrne of Ballymanus -- Billy O'Rourke -- The blackbird -- Blackbirds and thrushes -- The black stripper -- Blow the candle out -- The bonny green tree -- The boys of Mullabawn -- The boys from rebel Cork -- Brennan on the moor -- The brigade at Fontenoy -- The bright star of Derry -- Caroline and her young sailor boy -- The Chinaman -- The cod liver oil -- The cow ate the piper -- The croppy boy -- The croppy boy [a different version] -- The cruise of the 'Calabar' -- The dark fairy Rath -- Dermody and Hynes -- Doon the moor -- Drihaureen o mo Chree (Little brother of my heart) -- Farewell, dearest Nancy -- The Fenians' escape -- The Galbally farmer -- George's quay, or the forgetful sailor -- Good bye Mursheen Durkin -- The grave of Wolfe Tone -- The green mossy banks of the Lee -- Hannah Healy, the pride of Howth -- Harp or Lion? -- Harry Flood's election song -- The hiring fairs of Ulster -- The holy ground -- In praise of the city of Mullingar -- The Irish stranger -- James Tephens, the gallant Fenian boy -- Jim Larkin, R.I.P. -- John Mitchel -- The lay of Oliver Gogarty -- Lament of John O Mahony -- The little red fox -- Lovely Mary Donnelly -- Lurgan Town -- The maid of Castlecraig -- The Mancester martyrs -- The march of intellect -- Mary of Ballyhaunis -- The merchant's daughter -- M'Dermott's farewell -- Mo Chreeveen Eeven Aulin og -- Murty Hynes -- My beauty of Limerick -- My gentle Colleen Bawn -- My Johnny was a shoemaker -- Nach Mbonin Shin dó -- The new Irish girl -- The Newry Highwayman -- The Newry prentice boy -- Nice little Jenny from Ballinasloe -- One penny portion -- Our lady of Knock -- The outlaw of Loch Lene -- Peggy Bawn -- The piper who played before Moses -- Pirate Smith -- The potato -- Pretty Susan the pride of Kildare -- The rambler from Clare -- Reilly the fisherman -- The rising of the moon -- Rody McCorley -- Rody MacCorley [a different version] -- Rosemary fair -- The shady road to Clane -- The shamrock shore -- The Shan van Vocht -- Sliav Gallion Braes -- Song of repentance -- The star of Slane -- The stuttering lovers -- Sweet Jenny of the moor -- Sweet Portaferry -- The thief of the world -- The thirteenth lock -- Three brave blacksmiths -- The turfman from Ardee -- The valley of Knockanure -- The verdant Braes of Skreen -- The woman of three cows -- The woods of Drumbo -- Ye loyal lovers -- The young serving man. Songs with texts only (in Appendix I and II): Ballyburbling -- Captain Thompson -- Changing Berth -- The chant of the coal quay -- The Clonmel flood -- The deserter's meditation -- The escape of James Stephens -- Jimmy mo Veela Sthore (Jimmy my thousand treasures) -- Lord Wathe'ford -- The lowlands of Holland -- The Malahide fishermen -- Na Leannáin Bhriotacha (The stuttering lovers) -- The night before Larry was stretched -- The old Settoo -- Oliver's advice -- On board of the 'Bugaboo' -- The piper of Crossbarry -- Rare Clonmel -- The shamrock shore -- The straightened banks of Erne -- Sweet Portaferry -- Sweet River Suir -- The tarry trousers -- Wild Sliav Gallen Brae -- The wreck of the 'Avondale -- Black and amber glory -- The Drynaun Dun -- Erin's green shore -- Fish and chips -- Heenan and Sayers -- Morissey and the Benicia boy -- Morrissey and the Russian sailor -- Mournful lines on the death of General Michael Collins -- The pride of Pimlico -- The star of Sunday's well -- The two travellers -- Whack for the diddle -- The wreck of the 'Gwendoline' -- The wreck of the 'Vartry'
  Notes:  Texts and musical notation for the melodies. Includes an introduction, commentary on each song, an index of first lines, and two appendices containing song texts only.
  Format:  Book
  Subject - Culture:  Irish
  Subject - Time: 
  Subject - Topic:  Ballads, Street music
  Subject - Instrument: 
  Subject - Genre:  Song book