Over 200 Irish songs and dances : that have captured the hearts of music lovers throughout the world
|Format:||Music Score 2008|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
(Music Sales America). This expansive collection will provide years of musical enjoyment for anyone who loves Irish music. Nowhere else will you find such a rich array of traditional ballads, airs, love songs, anthems, jigs, reels and hornpipes along with popular Irish song hits from stage and screen. Just mention a beloved melody and, chances are, you will find it in this essential volume.
ContentsDear old Ireland. The wearin' o' the green ; The harp that once thro' Tara's halls ; Erin, oh Erin ; The minstrel boy ; When Irish eyes are smiling ; The Kerry dance ; Erin! the tear and the smile in thine eyes ; Dublin Bay ; Killarney ; Come back to Erin ; The dear little shamrock ; The birth of Saint Patrick ; O'Donnell Aboo ; The daughters of Erin ; The Cruiskeen lawn ; St. Patrick's Day ; Oh! Steer my bark to Erin's isle ; Let Erin remember the days of old ; The bells of St. Mary's ; Where the River Shannon flows ; Down by the River Lee ; In the valley near Slievenamon ; Isle o' dreams ; Dear harp of my country
Irish lads and lassies. Danny boy ; Molly Malone ; Sweet Rosie O'Grady ; Rory O'More ; I'll take you home again, Kathleen ; Macushla ; Has anybody here seen Kelly? ; Mary's a grand old name ; Peg o' my heart ; Kathleen Mavourneen ; Little Annie Roonie ; Harrigan ; Molly Bawn ; MacNamara's band ; O Katy O'Neil ; Savourneen deelish ; Terence's farewell ; Norah, the pride of Kildare ; Kate Kearney ; Mother Machree ; She's the daughter of Mother Machree ; Father O'Flynn ; Peggy O'Neil ; Nellie Kelly I love you ; John James O'Reilly ; Mickey Donohue
Songs of the heart. The last rose of summer ; The pretty girl milking her cow ; Oft in the stilly night ; The girl I left behind me ; The rose of Tralee ; My beautiful Irish maid ; Remember thee ; My wild Irish Rose ; 'Tis an Irish girl I love (and she's just like you) ; A place in thy memory ; Love's young dream ; There is not in the wide world ; I love my love in the morning ; Oh! breathe not his name ; The snowy-breasted Pearl ; When he who adores thee ; The low-backed car ; Love thee, dearest ; Believe me if all those endearing young charms
The Irish in America. The Irish emigrant ; Come o'er the sea ; Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral (that's an Irish lullaby) ; A little bit of heaven (Shure they call it Ireland) ; That tumble-down shack in Athlone ; The band played on ; You can tell that I'm Irish ; Give my regards to Broadway ; Who threw the overalls in Mistress Murphy's chowder ; The sidewalks of New York ; Because you're Irish ; Ireland must be a garden (if you are a wild Irish rose) ; Ireland must be heaven (for my mother came from there) ; If you're Irish, come into the parlor ; The Irish jubilee
Jigs. The Emerald Isle ; Young May moon ; Irish lilt ; The Kerry girls ; The rakes of Kildare ; Round the world for sport ; Royal Irish ; Larry O'Gaff ; The humors of Bandon ; Strop the razor ; The tempest ; Smash the windows ; The bunch of currants ; Patrick's pot ; The growling old woman ; Top of Cork Road ; The miners of Wicklow ; An Irishman's heart to the ladies ; Jackson's jig ; Paddy Carey ; Widow Machree ; Kitty of Coleraine ; Billy the barber ; Tatther Jack Welsh ; Happy soldier ; Full dress ; Old Lougolee ; The Connaughtman's rambles ; The hillside ; Catholic boys ; The praties are dug ; Swallowtail jig ; Joys of wedlock ; Paddy O'Carroll ; Kitty of Oulart ; Haste to the wedding ; Paddy whack ; Irish washerwoman ; Gary Owen ; St. Patrick's Day in the morning ; Champion ; The real thing ; The beauties of Ireland ; Old Man Dillon ; Get up old woman and shake yourself ; Behind the bush in the garden ; The maid on the green ; Shandon bells ; Miss Blair's fancy ; The frost is all over ; The clay pipe ; The joy of my life ; The sprig of shillelagh ; Trip it upstairs
Slip jigs. Another jig will do ; The rocky road to Dublin ; Drops of brandy ; Fox hunters' jig ; Triple jig ; Give us a drink of water ; The rakes of Sollohod ; Leg up ; Moll Roe ; Silvermore ; Barney's goat ; Honeymoon ; The boy for bewitching them
Reels. Cup of tea ; Emigrant's reel ; All the ways to Galway ; The bag of praties ; Shule, shule agrah ; Green fields of America ; The sixpence ; Chorus reel ; The humors of Castle Comber ; Opera reel ; Flannel jacket ; The devil among the tailors ; Killdronghalt Fair ; Cruiskeen ; The rose ; Fairy reel ; The flower of Donnybrook ; Peeler's jacket ; The wind that shakes the barley ; Apples in winter ; A country dance ; Blackberry blossom ; Flogging reel ; Old crow ; Teetotaler's reel ; The green fields of Erin ; The Galway reel ; Peter Street ; Salamanca reel ; Molly Brallaghan ; An old reel ; Stack of barley ; Guilderoy reel
Hornpipes and marches. Soldiers' joy ; Durang's hornpipe ; Lamplighter ; Dick Sand's hornpipe ; Hull's victory ; The rights of man ; The redhaired boy ; Liverpool hornpipe ; Ricket's hornpipe ; Devil's dream ; The flowers of Edinburgh ; Fisher's hornpipe ; March ; The white cockade ; Pretty lass ; Patrick was a gentleman ; Shamrock ; Dawning of the day ; The blackbird.
Folk songs, English
Songs, English -- Ireland.
Songs with piano.
Folk dance music -- Ireland.
Folk music -- Ireland.
|Publisher|| New York :Amsco Publications :2008
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|Other Titles|| Over two hundred Irish songs and dances
Irish songs and dances
Songs for voice and piano, some with chord symbols or guitar diagrams. The dances are arranged for piano.
1 score (239 pages) ; 31 cm