More than 1000 songs and dances of the Irish people

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Contents
The songs of Thomas Moore. Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Bendemeer's stream ; Farewell! but whenever you welcome the hour ; The harp that once thro' Tara's halls ; Let Erin remember the days of old ; The minstrel boy ; 'Tis the last rose of summer
Poets, patriots, and balladeers. Kevin Barry ; A nation once again ; O'Donnel Aboo ; Tim Finnegan's wake ; Wearing of the green ; The wind that shakes the barley
The songs of Chauncey Olcott. My wild Irish rose ; Olcott's lullaby
From the New York Stage : Harrigan & Hart and Wm. Scanlan. Arrah, go on ; Maggie Murphy's home ; Molly O ; The Mulligan Guard ; My dad's dinner pail ; Pat Maloney's family
The hits of George M. Cohan. Forty-five minutes from Broadway ; Give my regards to Broadway ; Mary's a grand old name ; So long, Mary ; You're a grand old flag
From the Lower East Side of New York. The hat my father wore ; Irish jubilee ; Let me shake the hand that shook the hand of Sullivan ; Little Annie Rooney ; Little Gertie Murphy ; Remember boy, you're Irish
Old favorites. Cockles and mussels (Molly Malone) ; Come back to Erin ; The foggy dew ; The Galway piper ; The girl I left behind me ; I'll take you home again, Kathleen ; The Irish washerwoman ; Kathleen Mavoureen ; The Kerry dance ; Killarney ; Londonderry air ; The low-back'd car ; The pretty girl milking her cow ; Pretty Kitty Doyle ; Roisin Dubh ; The rose of Tralee ; Shule Aroon ; St. Patrick was a gentleman ; St. Patrick's Day ; Where the River Shannon flows
Humorous songs. Clancy lowered the boom ; Irish rover ; The Irish wedding ; The Mountains o'Mourne ; T'read on the tail o' me coat ; Where did you get that hat? ; Who threw the overalls in Mistress Murphy's chowder?
Work songs. Drill ye tarriers, drill! ; Paddy upon the canal
Double jigs
Slip jigs
Hornpipes
Long dances
Marches
Airs - Songs. Reels. After the sun goes down ; All hands around ; Annie O'Neill ; Are you willing? ; Ballinasloe Fair ; Bank of Ireland ; Bantry lasses reel ; Bashful bachelor ; Belfast lasses ; Big Pat's reel ; Blackberry blossom ; Blackeyed sailor ; Bloom of youth ; Blue garter ; Boil the breakfast early ; Bonnie Kate ; Bottle of porter ; Boys of Ballinchalla ; Boys of Cappoquin ; Boys of Galway ; Bridget McBride ; A bright May morning ; Buckley's fancy ; Bucks of Oranmore ; Bush in bloom ; Butcher's apron ; Cahill's courtship ; Callan lasses ; Cameronian reel ; Captain Casey ; Captain Kelly's reel ; Captain O'Neill ; Carrigaline ; Casey, the whistler ; Cashmere shawl ; Castle Island ; Charming Mollie Brallaghan ; The charms of music ; Chorus reel ; The christening reel ; Clock in the steeple ; Colonel Hopkins ; Colonel McBain ; Colonel Rodney ; Come to the dance ; Comely Jane Downing ; Coming over the hills ; Considine's grove ; Courting them all ; Craig's reel ; Curragh races ; Daisy Field ; Dan McCarthy's fancy ; Dancer's delight ; Dandy Denny Cronin ; Day we paid the rent ; Dillon Brown ; Dillon's fancy ; Dogs among the bushes ; Don't bother me ; Dooley's fancy ; Dr. Taylor ; Drogheda lasses ; Drowsy Maggie ; Drummond lasses ; Dublin lasses ; Duffy, the dancer ; Early rising ; Ewe reel ; Fair and forty ; Fairhaired Mary ; Farewell to Iveleary ; Fermoy lasses ; First of March ; Five-leaved clover ; Flannel jacket ; Flax in bloom ; Flogging reel ; Flower of the flock ; Flowing bowl ; Follow me down to Carlow (first setting) ; Follow me down to Carlow (second setting) ; The Forrester's reel ; Four courts ; Four-handed reel ; Fourpenny bit ; Girl with the laughing eyes ; Girls, will you take him? ; Give us another ; Going to the fair ; The goldfinch ; Gooseberry bush ; Green branch ; Green fields of America ; Green garters ; Green groves of Erin ; Green jacket ; Green linnet ; Green mountain ; The grey beard ; Grey daylight ; Grey plover ; A ha'penny for a cotton ball ; Happy days of youth ; Highway to Limerick ; Hornless cow ; How the money goes ; Humors of Ballinacarrig ; Humors of Newcastle ; Humors of Schull ; I have no money ; I'm ready now ; I'm waiting for you (reel) ; Irish music club ; Ivyleaf ; Jack Dolan ; Jennie, rock the cradle ; Jenny's wedding ; Jerry Hayes ; Jim Kennedy's favorite ; Jim Moore's fancy ; Johnny with the queer thing ; Johnny's wedding ; Johnny's welcome home ; Jolly journeyman ; Jolly seven ; Jolly weaver ; Jug of punch ; Kate Kelly's fancy ; Keeper Hill ; Kerry huntsman ; Kiss me, Kate ; Kiss the bride ; Kiss your partner ; Kitty Clover ; Kitty Losty's reel ; Ladies of Leinster ; Ladies' pantalettes ; Lady Forbes ; Lady Mary Ramsey ; Lame fisherman ; Larry Lavin's choice ; Lawson's favorite ; Leather buttons ; Leitrim thrush ; Lightning flash ; Linen cap ; Lisburn lasses ; Little Katey Kearney ; London lasses ; Lord Gordon's reel ; Lord McDonald ; Lough Allen ; Maid at the churn ; Maid in the cherry tree ; Maid of Athlone ; Maid that dare not tell ; Maids of Mitchellstown ; Man of the house ; Man with the money ; The maple tree ; Mary Grace ; Mason's apron ; McFadden's favorite ; McFadden's own reel ; McLean's favorite ; Merry blacksmith ; Merry days of Easter ; Merry harriers ; Merry merchant ; The messenger ; Miller's daughter ; Miller's maid ; Milliner's daughter ; Minister's daughter ; Miss Brady ; Miss Campbell ; Miss Crawford ; Miss Johnson ; Miss McDonald ; Miss McLeod's reel ; Miss Monaghan ; Miss Patterson ; Miss Thorton's reel ; Mollie McCarthy ; Molly put the kettle on ; Mooncoin reel ; A moonlight ramble ; More luck to us ; More power to your elbow ; Mountain lark ; Mullingar races ; Murtough Mulloy ; Music in the glen ; Musical priest ; My honey in the house ; My love is fair and handsome ; My Maryanne ; My sweetheart Jane ; New demesne ; New mail-coach ; New potatoes ; The new road ; Nora O'Neill ; Northern lasses ; O'Dwyer's reel ; O'Reilly's fancy ; O'Reilly's greyhound ; Old grey gander ; Our Highland cousins ; Over the bridge to Peggy ; Paddy Murphy's wife ; Paddy Ryan's dream ; Paddy's surprise ; Pat Tuohy's reel ; Peeler's jacket ; Peggy on the settle ; Peter Kennedy's fancy ; Peter Street ; Pick your partner ; Pigeon on the gate ; Pleasures of home ; Pretty Peggy ; The pure drop ; A rainy day ; Repeal of the union ; Robin redbreast ; Roll her on the mountain ; Rolling down the hill ; Sailor's cravat ; Salamanca reel ; Same old story ; Satin slipper ; Sauntering in the lane ; Scolding wife ; Second wedding ; Sergt. Early's dream ; Shearing the sheep ; Sheehan's reel ; Ships are sailing ; The silver tip ; Skibbereen lasses ; Sligo chorus ; Sligo lasses ; Smash the windows ; Snow on the hills ; Spinner's delight ; Star of Munster ; Strawberry blossoms ; Swallow's tail ; Sweet Biddy of Ballyvourney ; Tady's wattle ; Take your choice ; Tear the calico ; Templehouse reel ; Threepenny bit ; Tie the bonnet ; Tie the ribbons ; Tit for tat ; Tom Steele ; Toss the feathers (1st setting) ; Toss the feathers (2nd setting) ; Touch me if you dare (1st setting) ; Touch me if you dare (2nd setting) ; The traveller ; Trim the velvet ; Twin brothers ; An ugly customer ; Walker Street ; Watchmaker ; Western lasses ; William White's reel ; Wind that shakes the barley ; Within a mile of Clonbur ; Within a mile of Dublin ; Women's rock ; You never saw her equal ; You rogue, you darn't meddle me ; Young Arthur Daly ; Youngest daughter
Double jigs. Absent-minded man ; Active old man ; All covered with moss ; Angry Peter ; Antrim lasses ; Ask my father ; Bad luck to this marching ; Ballahaboy Fair ; Banish misfortune ; Banks of Lough Gowna ; Barefoot boy ; Barndoor jig ; Barney O'Neill ; Battle of Limerick ; Be easy, you rogue! ; Beauties of Ireland ; Before I was married ; Behind the bush in the garden ; Behind the haystack ; Besom in bloom ; Bessy Murphy ; Best in the bag ; Biddy's wedding ; Billy Barlow ; The bivouac ; Black Donald, the piper ; The black joke ; Black rogue ; Blackeyed biddy ; Blazing turf fire ; Blooming meadows (1st setting); Blooming meadows (2nd setting) ; Blue bonnets jig ; Boiled goat's milk ; Bold John O'Leary ; Bolt the door ; The bonny Highlander ; Book of rights ; Bounce upon Bess ; Bow-legged tailor ; Boy from the glens ; Boy from the mountain ; Boys of Ballinamore ; Boys of Coomanore ; Boys of the lough ; Boys of the town ; Boys of the west ; Breeches Mary ; Bryan O'Lynn ; Bucks of Westmeath ; Bunch of roses ; Butcher's cave ; Buttermilk Mary ; Cat in the corner ; Charley, the prayermaster ; Charlie Stewart ; Charming young widow ; Cherish the ladies ; Child of my heart ; The christening ; The clay pipe ; Cliffs of Moher ; Come in from the rain ; Come now, or stay ; Come to dinner ; Come under my plaiddie ; Con Casey's jig ; Condon's frolics ; The Connachtman ; Contentment is wealth ; Crabs in the skillet ; Dairy maid ; Dan Roger's jig ; Dance light, for my heart lies under your feet ; The dancingmaster ; Day after the fair ; Dick Sullivan's favorite ; Doctor O'Halloran ; Doherty's fancy ; A draught of ale ; Drink and be merry ; Drive the cows home ; Easter Sunday ; The eaves-dropper ; End of the day ; Fardown farmer ; Farewell to my troubles ; Farewell, sweet Nora ; Fasten the leg in her ; Fat man's fancy ; Father Dollard's favorite ; Father O'Carroll ; Father O'Flynn ; Father Tom's wager ; Felix, the wrestler ; Fiddler's heaven ; Field of flowers ; First night in America ; Fisherman's frolic ; Fisherman's widow ; Fishing for eels ; The flaxdresser ; Flitch of bacon ; Friendly Jack ; The Gaelic Club ; Gallant Tipperary ; The gallowglass ; Galway, Tom ; Garry Owen ; Geese in the bog ; Get up early ; Get up old woman and shake yourself ; Gillian's apples ; Girls of Banbridge ; Glens of Mayo ; The goat's horn ; Gobby O! ; Going to Donnybrook ; Grandfather's pet ; Green meadow ; Greensleeves ; Grumbling rustic ; Gudgeon of Maurice's car ; Guiry's favorite ; Handy with the stick ; Hare in the corn ; Hartigan's fancy ; Haste to the wedding ; Have a drink on me ; Hide and go seek ; Highway to Dublin ; Hinchy's delight ; The holly tree ; Hooley and Firly ; House in the glen (1st setting) ; House in the glen (2nd setting) ; How are you Kitty? ; How much has she got? ; Humors of Ballinafauna ; Humors of Ballingarry ; Humors of Ballycastle ; Humors of Ballydehob ; Humors of Castle Lyons ; Humors of Castlecomer ; Humors of Cavan ; Humors of Cork ; Humors of Dingle ; Humors of Limerick ; Humors of passage ; Humors of trim ; Humors of winter ; Hush the cat ; Hushed be sorrow's sigh ; I do not decline ; I know what you like ; I will if I can ; The idle road ; Ill omens ; Jacok-of-all-trades ; Jackson's bottle of brandy ; Jackson's cravat ; Jackson's frieze coat ; Jackson's maid ; Jackson's ramble ; Jackson's rolling jig ; John, the blacksmith ; Johnny McGill ; Johnny the jumper ; Jolly joker ; Jolly old man ; Joy be with you ; Joy of my life ; Joys of wedlock ; Julia McMahon ; Kelly the rake ; Filfinane jig ; Kilkenny girl ; Kilkenny jig ; Killashandra lasses ; King of the pipers ; Kiss me, darling ; Kiss me, sweetheart ; Kit O'Mahony's jig ; Kitty come over ; Kitty Magee ; Kitty of Oulart ; Kitty's rambles ; Laccaroo boys ; Ladies of Carrick ; Lady Wemy's jig ; Lannigan's Ball ; Lark in the morning ; Larry Grogan ; Larry O'Gaff (1st setting) ; Larry O'Gaff (2nd setting) ; Lesbia hath a beaming eye ; Let brain-spinning swains ; Limerick tinker ; Little grey church ; Little house under the hill ; Lock the door ; Long John's wedding ; The luck-penny ; Maid at the well ; Maid on the green ; Malowney's wife ; The market town ; McArdle's favorite ; A merry Christmas ; Merry maiden ; Merry old maid ; Merry old woman ; Michael Mulloy ; Miller of Glanmire ; Miners of Wicklow ; Miss Monroe's jig ; Mixing the punch ; Monaghan jig ; Money in both pockets ; Mooncoin jig ; Mountaineer's march ; My brother Tom ; My darling asleep ; My former wife ; Nancy Hynes ; Nell Flaherty's drake ; Thew new cloak ; New pair of shoes ; New-married couple ; Nolan, the solider ; Nora Creena ; Northern road ; Nothing can sadden us ; O'Gallagher's frolics ; O'Reilly's favorite ; Off she goes ; Off to the hunt ; Old as the hills ; Old horned sheep ; Old man Dillow ; Old man's delight ; Old Nora ; Old woman tossed up in a blanket ; One-horned cow ; One-legged man ; One, before we go ; Out on the ocean ; Out with the boys ; Owen Malone ; Paddy "Go easy" ; Paddy in London ; Paddy O'Carroll ; Paddy whack ; Paddy, the piper ; Paddy's resource ; Paddy's trip from Dublin ; Palm Sunday ; Philip O'Neill ; Pipe on the hob ; Piper's picnic ; Priest and his boots ; Priest with the collar ; Put on your clothes ; Races at Carrick ; Rakes of Clonmel ; Rakes of Kildare ; Rambler from Clare ; Ranting rake ; Red stockings ; Redhaired hag ; Road to Lurgan ; Ruins of Killmallock ; Runaway bride ; Saddle the pony ; Scatter the mud (1st setting) ; Scatter the mud (2nd setting) ; Sergt. Cahill's favorite ; Shandrum boggoon ; Shane Glas ; Sheep on the mountains ; The short grass ; Silken wallet ; Skiver the quilt ; Smash the windows ; Snug in the blanket ; Spinner's lift ; The spring well ; Stir your feet, Johnny ; The storyteller ; Strop the razor ; Sublime was the warning ; Sweeping the cobwebs out of the sky ; Tailor's thimble ; Tailor's wedding ; Take it easy ; Tatter the road ; Templehouse jig ; Tenpenny bit ; The thatcher ; There are sounds of mirth ; Thief of Lough Erne ; Three little drummers ; Threshing the barley ; Thrush's nest ; Tie the petticoat tighter ; Tim Hogan's jig ; Tip the Cruiskeen ; Top of the Cork road ; Top of the hill ; Trip it up the stairs ; A trip to the Gargle ; Twopenny jig ; Up and away ; Victor's return ; A visit to Ireland ; Wait awhile ; Wasn't she fond of me? ; We have no king but Charley ; We may roam thro' this world ; Welcome to Cork ; Wellington's advance ; What ails you? ; When history's muse ; When William at eve ; Whiskey and water ; The widow's curse ; Will you come home with me? ; Willy Walsh's jig ; The woodcock ; Yellow flail ; The young May moon ; Young Tim Murphy
Slip jigs. Baltiorum ; Biddy from Limerick ; Boys of Ballysadare ; Bunch of haws ; Dever, the dancer ; Dublin streets ; Ellen O'Grady ; Funny mistake ; Give us a drink of water ; Hardy man, the fiddler ; Here's good health to the piper ; Humors of Ballymanus ; Hunting the hare ; I'm the boy for bewitching them ; The Irish girl ; Kid on the mountain ; Light and airy ; Magowan's jig ; The market stake ; Melancholy Martin ; Moll Roe ; The Munsterman's flattery ; Oh! the marriage ; One bumper at parting ; Paddy, now, won't you be easy? ; Riding a mile ; Road to Athlone ; Roundeldum ; Silvermore ; Sir Philip McHugh ; Swaggering jig ; Tea in the morning ; Up and down again ; Will you come down to Limerick? ; Yellow legs
Horn pipes. Alexander's hornpipe ; Autumn woods ; Back of the haggard ; Ballincollig in the morning ; Banks of the Ilen ; Bath Road hornpipe ; Battle of Killicrankie ; Belfast hornpipe ; Belles of Clonallen ; Bill Black's hornpipe ; Billy Taylor's fancy ; Bonnie Anne ; Boys from Scart ; Boys from the east ; Bridge of Athlone ; Byrne's hornpipe ; Captain O'Cleary's fancy ; Chief O'Neill's favorite ; Clark's hornpipe ; Coey's hornpipe ; Cois lasadh ; The coliseum ; The college hornpipe ; Coming from the wedding ; Cooney's hornpipe ; Corney Drew's hornpipe ; Crossroads dance ; Cuckoo's nest ; Devil's dream ; Durang's hornpipe ; Early in the morning ; The echo ; Everybody's fancy ; Fair maiden ; Fairies' hornpipe ; Farm hornpipe ; Father Dollard's hornpipe ; Field marshall ; Fisher's hornpipe (1st setting) ; Fisher's hornpipe (2nd setting) ; Flowers of Antrim ; Flowers of Edinburgh ; Flowers of spring ; Friendly visit ; Frost and snow ; Glasgow hornpipe ; Glen hornpipe ; Glengariff Bay ; Golden vale ; Good natured man ; The Great Eastern ; Green flag ; Greencastle hornpipe ; Halfway house ; Handsome plowboy ; Handy man ; Harvest home ; Hick's hornpipe ; Higgins' best ; Higgins' hornpipe ; Hull's victory ; Humors of Castle Bernard ; Humors of Enniskean ; Humphrey's hornpipe ; I'm waiting for you ; Jack's the lad ; Jerry Daly's hornpipe ; Jim Boulton's fancy ; John Carey's daughter ; Julia's wedding ; Kildare fancy ; Kilfinane hornpipe ; Kit O'Mahony's hornpipe ; Lady Day ; The lamplighter ; Larry Lynch's hornpipe ; Last of the twins ; Limerick Junction ; Liverpool hornpipe ; Londonderry hornpipe ; Man from Newy ; McDermott's hornpipe ; Men from Ulster ; Merry gardener ; Merry soldier ; Miss Brown's fancy ; Mitchell's hornpipe ; Mountain top ; Mountains of Kerry ; Mullingar races (1st setting) ; Mullingar races (2nd setting) ; Murphy's hornpipe ; Murray's hornpipe ; Nelson's victory ; The new moon ; O'Connor's fancy ; O'Connor's favorite ; O'Connor's hornpipe ; O'Dwyer's hornpipe ; O'Fenlow's hornpipe ; Off to California ; Old man Quinn ; Old storyteller ; Old vest and cravat ; One of the boys ; Pansy blossom ; Peacemaker ; Pet of the house ; Piper's despair ; Planxty Davis ; Pleasures of hope ; Post office ; Pretty Maggie Morissey ; A prize for the ladies ; Reconciliation ; Redhaired boy ; Roger was a plowboy ; Rose of Drishane ; Sailor's hornpipe ; Scholar ; Shaskeen clog ; Silk handkerchief ; Slipper hornpipe ; Smoky chimney ; Soldier's joy ; Son of prosperity ; Southern shore ; Spellan, the fiddler ; Spellan's fancy ; Spellan's fiddle ; Spring garden ; A stranger from Limerick ; Sunrise ; Sweep's hornpipe ; Tim, the turncoat ; Tinware lass ; Tobin's resources ; Tomorrow morning ; Trumpet hornpipe (1st setting) ; Trumpet hornpipe (2nd setting) ; Twilight star ; Ulster hornpipe ; Wandering Willy ; Whistling Mike ; Wicklow hornpipe ; Widow Cantwell's fancy ; Wily old bachelor ; Youghal Harbor
Long dances. Ace and deuce of pipering ; Bonaparte's advance ; Garden of daisies ; The hunt ; Jockey at the fair ; Lodge Road ; Rambling rake ; Rodney's glory ; Three captains ; Wood's lamentation
Marches and miscellaneous. Allistrum's march ; Blackbird and the hen ; Blackhead darling ; Brian Boru's march ; Dear little island ; Devil in Dublin ; Farewell to whiskey ; Freedom for Ireland ; Harrington Hall ; Hurler's march ; Johnny Cope ; King of the Rath ; A lovely lass to a friar came ; Marry the piper, girl ; Rakes of Mallow ; Return from Fingal ; Rocks of Cashel ; Rory of the hills ; Shane O'Neill's march ; Sweet Killaloe ; Yellow John
Airs. Ah! where is the vow? ; Along with my love I'll go ; Arrah my dear Eveleen ; Arran air ; As a beam o'er the face of the waters ; As I roved out one morning ; As we go about our work ; The ashtree grove ; At midnight hour ; Avenging and bright ; Bally Patrick ; Banks of Banna ; Banks of Claudy ; Banks of Lough Foyle ; Banks of the Blackwater ; Banks of the Shannon ; Banks of Suir ; The banquet ; Bantry lasses air ; The bark is on the swelling wave ; Barley grain ; Battle eve ; Bay of Biscay O! ; Biddy is my darling ; Black slender boy ; The black thorn ; The blackbird ; The blackbird and the thrush ; Blackeyed Susan ; Blue eyed maid ; Boatman of Kinsale ; Bob and Joan ; The bog blossom ; Bold dragoon ; Bold soldier boy ; Boys in the camp ; Boys of Carrigallen ; Brian, the brave ; Bright love of my heart ; Bunch of green rushes ; Burn's farewell ; Buttercups and daisies ; Can an Irishman practice such guile? ; Captain Thompson ; Castle of Dromore ; Catherine Tyrrell ; Caves of Cong ; Celia O'Gara ; Charles MacHugh ; Charles O'Reilly ; Charming Mary O'Neill ; Cold in my coffin ; Come along with me ; Come back to Erin ; Come over the sea ; Contented I am ; Costly were the robes ; Crossing the stream ; Curly locks ; Curse the laws that gave me cause ; Daniel O'Daly ; Darby O'Leary ; Dark girl dressed in blue ; Dear Irish boy ; The dear Irish maid ; Dear old shamrock ; Death and the sinner ; Dermot ; The deserter ; Desmond's song ; Devil take the wars! ; Dissipated youth ; Doran's ass ; Down by the ocean tide ; Down by the river side ; Down in the meadow ; Eileen Aroon (1st setting) ; Eileen Aroon (2nd setting) ; Emblem of faith ; Erin, my country ; Erin, the tear and the smile ; Fair hills of Eire O! ; Fair maid of Cavan ; Fairies' well ; Fairy boy ; Fare you well ; Farewell to Ballymoney ; Fenian stronghold ; Fill the bumper fair ; Fill the cup ; Fill the glass ; Finnigan's wake ; The flower of all maidens ; For freedom and for Erin ; For Ireland I'd not tell her name ; Forlorn lover ; Forlorn stranger ; Fragrant blossoms ; The French musician ; Friars' Hill ; The frost and snow began to blow ; The Galbally farmer ; General Monroe's lamentation ; George Gubbin's delight ; Girl I love ; Girls of our town ; Good morning, fair maid ; Good night, all around ; Good night, and joy be with you all ; Gordon's tune ; Gramachree Molly ; Green shady bowers ; Green woods of Truigha ; Groves of Blarney ; Had I a heart for framed ; The harp that once through Tara's halls ; Have you been at Carrick? ; He left us in sorrow ; Hide and go seek ; House on the hill ; How Paddy was fooled ; The humors of Ballamaguiry ; Humors of Carrickmacross ; Hurrah! for old Erin forever ; I am a disconsolate rake ; I awoke from my dream ; I courted lovely Sally ; I leave you to guess ; I love thee no more ; I pressed her to my breast ; I sat in the vale ; I will drink no more ; I wish that I could go with you ; I wish you were my darling ; I would I were but that sweet linnet ; I'd roam through Asia ; I'll marry my Johnny ; I'll mend your pots and kettles ; I'll teach you the way ; I'm married one year today ; I'm sadly thinking ; If all the young ladies ; If the sea were ink ; Irish exile ; An Irish lullaby ; It would not do at all ; It's a pity I can't see my love ; James O'Brien ; John O'Dwyer of the glen ; John White ; Johnny Doyle ; Johnny, fill up the bowl ; Johnny, I hardly knew you ; Joys of summer ; Kate Kearney ; Katty Nowland ; Keep your wife at home ; The Kilruddery hunt ; Kissing thy sweet lips ; Kitty of Coleraine ; Lament for Sarsfield ; Lay his sword by his side ; Leather away with the wattle, O ; Let Erin remember the days of old ; Let us leave that as it is ; Life is all checkered with pleasures and woes ; Liffey's silvery stream ; Light of other days ; Little bench of rushes ; Little black rose (1st setting) ; Little black rose (2nd setting) ; Little brother of my heart ; Little Molly O! ; Lough Carra fisherman ; Love for love ; A lover of mild behavior ; The lover's lute ; Lovers' discourse ; The lucky lover ; Luggelaw ; Maid of Castlebar ; Maids of Araglen ; Man with the red cloak ; Mantle so green ; March to the battlefield ; Mary my bright pet ; Mary of Ballyhaunis ; Mary's return ; Minstrel boy ; Mollie MacAlpin ; Molly Asthore ; The morin ; Morning air ; Morning sun ; A mother's lamentation ; Mr. Grumguffenhoff ; My heart is sore ; My love has gone ; My love is a bandboy ; My name is Moll Mackey ; My pretty Mary ; The night of my wake ; No, not more welcome ; O! for the one-and-twenty ; O! Patrick, fly from me ; O! pleasant was the moon ; O! sweet Adare ; O'Carolan's lament ; O'Donnell Aboo ; Oft in the stilly night ; Oh! had we some bright little isle ; Oh! leave me to my sorrow ; Oh! nevermore ; Old blind bard ; Old Langolee ; Old leather breeches ; The old red fox ; Old Truagh ; On a dark and lonely strand ; On Logh Neagh's banks ; On the mountain side ; Once more I hail thee ; One wife is enough for me ; Oonagh ; Open the door softly ; Our land shall be free ; Outlaw of the hills ; Paddies evermore ; Parson boasts of mild ale ; Parting glass ; Peace of the valley ; Peas upon a trencher ; Poor old woman ; Praises of Limerick (1st setting) ; Praises of Limerick (2nd setting) ; Prettiest girl of all ; Pretty cuckoo ; Pretty girl milking her cow ; Pulse of my heart (1st setting) ; Pulse of my heart (2nd setting) ; Redhaired girl ; Remember thee ; The right road ; Rising of the moon ; The River Lee ; Robin Adair ; Rocking the cradle ; Rodney's glory (1st setting) ; Rodney's glory (2nd setting) ; Rushy Mountain ; Sad and luckless was the season ; Sailing back of Whiddy ; Seige of Troy ; Setting of the sun ; She's a dear maid to me ; She's as false as she's fair ; Shepherds, I have lost my love ; Shule Aroon ; Silence is in our festive halls ; Silent O Moyle! ; Since love is the plan ; The sinner's lament ; Sit around the cheerful hearth ; Sit under my protection ; Sleep on, my Kathleen dear ; Smile of Nancy Barlow ; Smile on for thy young days ; The snow storm ; A soldier tonight is our guest ; Song of Finnula ; Song of sorrow ; Storeen Machree ; Stormy voyage ; A stranger in Cork ; Summer evening ; Sweet Kathleen Machree ; Sweet Molly Malone ; Swift fly the hours ; T'is the last rose of summer ; Take back thy virgin page ; Teig Maire's daughter ; Then, soldier, come fill high the wine ; There's an end to my sorrow ; This is not my sweetheart ; Threadbare coat ; Thy welcome, O'Leary ; The time I've lost in wooing ; Tipperary ; To Limerick we go ; The traveller ; Turlough, the brave ; 'Twas on a summer morning ; Tyrone Castle ; Uailleacan dhuv O! ; The valley lay smiling before me ; The weary maid ; Weeping and mourning ; When first I met thee ; When I breathe a fond adieu ; When that mild eye is beaming ; When through life unblest we roam ; When you meet a pretty girl ; Where are you going love? ; Where is the slave so lovely? ; While gazing on the moonlight ; Whistle, and I'll wait for you ; Willy Reilly ; Windy height ; Within this village dwells a maid ; Yellow Garron ; You need not fear ; You never saw Rosley ; You'll not deceive me again ; Young black cow ; Young Kate of Kilcummer ; Young man's dream.

Additional Information
Subjects Songs, English -- Ireland.
Popular music -- United States.
Irish Americans -- Music.
Folk dance music -- Ireland.
Folk music -- Ireland.
Publisher New York :Hansen House :1976
Charles Hansen, distributor,
Other Titles More than one thousand songs and dances of the Irish people
More than a thousand songs and dances of the Irish people
Contributors McPheeley, James, writer of foreword, writer of added commentary.
Ochs, Bill, 1946- writer of added commentary.
Language English
Notes "An Irish-American Bicentennial edition"--Cover.
"Jigs, reels, double jigs, hornpipes, folk songs, comedy & patriotic songs, songs of George M. Cohan, favorites of Chauncey Olcott and Harrington & Hart"--Cover.
Songs principally with piano; includes chord symbols; the dance music comprises unaccompanied melodies with chord symbols.
"A few words" / James McPheeley: pages 6-8; "The styles and traditions of Irish dance music" / by Bill Ochs: pages 145-149.
Description 1 score (355 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color), facsimiles (some color) ; 28 cm
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