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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
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Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1745.18.O84 2008x
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
 
Call Number  q M1745.18.O84 2008x
 
 
Summary
(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.
Contents
Dear 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.

Additional Information
Subjects Folk songs, English -- Ireland.
Songs, English -- Ireland.
Songs with piano.
Popular music.
Folk dance music -- Ireland.
Folk music -- Ireland.
Piano music.
Jigs.
Reels (Music)
Hornpipes.
Publisher New York :Amsco Publications :2008
Exclusive distributors, Music Sales Corp.,
Other Titles Over two hundred Irish songs and dances
Irish songs and dances
Contributors Appleby, Amy, editor.
Language English
Notes Songs for voice and piano, some with chord symbols or guitar diagrams. The dances are arranged for piano.
Description 1 score (239 pages) ; 31 cm
ISBN 9781847726964
1847726968
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