Celtic Folk Music and Culture

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

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 Title:  Folksongs sung in Ulster
  Contributor:  Morton, Robin (compiler)
  Publisher:  Mercier Press
  Place of Publication:  Cork
  Date of Publication:  1970
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  Publication Number:  SBN 853422214
  Number of Pages:  [viii], 95 p.
  Binding Style:  Paperback
  Dimensions:  7.5 in.
  Contents:  Matt Hyland -- The banks of Claudy -- Heather on the moor -- The lass among the heather oh! -- On Patrick's Day in the morning -- The Blantyre Explosion -- My boy Willie -- Sweet William's ghost -- The drowning of young Robinson -- The Muttonburn stream -- Roll me from the wall -- In praise of John Magee -- The parrot song -- Lovely Johnny -- The old oak tree -- Down by the Mellon green -- The banks of the Boyne -- The park in Portadown -- The factory girl -- The shepherd's virtuous daughter -- The maid of Magheracloon -- Erin the green -- The hiring fair at Hamiltonsbawn -- The hiring fair -- The dream -- Ellen OConnor -- Wild Slieve Gallion Braes -- My charming Edward Boyle -- That dang boat that first took me over -- The Glasgow barber -- The sinking of the Graf Spee -- Young Edwin in the lowlands low -- Dobbins flowery vale -- The orange maid of Sligo -- The shady woods of Trugh -- The shamrock boys from Kill -- Cromie's orange buck -- The cavan buck -- Annie Moore -- James Magee -- The hills of Tandragee -- The Granemore hare -- Jackson and Jane -- Donnelly and Cooper -- The wee croppy tailor -- The gauger's song -- General Guinness -- Ould Heelball you're boozing again -- The Irish jubilee -- We may and might never all meet here again.
  Notes:  Foreword by the compiler. Alphabetical list of contributors lists sources of the songs. Includes lyrics and musical notation of the melodies, as well as commentary on each song.
  Format:  Book
  Subject - Culture:  Irish, Ulster
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  Subject - Genre:  Song-book