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Sound Recording
CID:
ITMA Reference:
    • 1004-ITMA-REEL
Material Type:
Archive Location:
    • -
Creation Location:
    • Recorded in the house of Arthur Coulter, Carnaughliss, Loanends, Muckamore, Co. Antrim 25–26 June, 1968 from Arthur Coulter (age about 70) and his daughter Mrs Mary Heaney (of Killead, Co. Antrim), 25–26 June, 1968 [tracks A1–10]
Creation Date:
    • 25–26 June, 1968
    • 25 June, 1968
    • 26 June, 1968
Catalogue Number:
    • HS 6802
    • 1004a-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 3120 2222 4024
    • 1004a-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: 3074 2127 1496
    • 1004a-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: SA426B 0013880
    • 1004a-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: SA426B 0025080
People:
Creator:
    • Coulter, Arthur
    • Heaney, Mary
Contributors:
    • Shields, Hugh
Contents:
Track A:
    1. The Tardree Quarry workman ((‘I’m a Tardree quarry workman and has thirteen bob a week...’), song  / Arthur Coulter, singing in English
    2. Talk about the preceding song ; The Tardree Quarry Workman [verse 3 sung], speech ; song / Arthur Coulter, speech in English, singing in English
    3. Barbara Allen [= Barbro Allen] (’Twas early, early in the spring  When the flowers they were blooming...’) ; talk about the preceding, song, speech  / Arthur Coulter, singing in English, speech in English
    4. Glenarm Bay (‘It being in September when the weather it was warm...’), song / Mrs Mary Heaney, singing in English
    5. Oh Archie dear (‘Oh Archie dear, we know right well...’), poem [composed by Arthur Coulter] / Arthur Coulter, speech in English  [END OF BAND ONE]
    6. Mind your eye, laddie (‘As I went a-walking down Liverpool street...’), song  / Mrs Mary Heaney, singing in English
    7. Down by the riverside (‘As I roved out one evening down by the riverside...’), song  [learned from John Crawford] / Mrs Mary Heaney, singing in English
    8. Down by the riverside, song / Arthur Coulter, singing duet in English ; Mrs Mary Heaney, singing duet in English
    9. The bonny Irish boy (‘Oh fiirst when I was courted by a bonny Irish boy...’), song / Mrs Mary Heaney, singing in English
    10. The girl from Donegal (‘Young girls, draw near until you hear the news that makes me sad...’) / Mrs Mary Heaney, singing in English [session continued on 6803] [END OF BAND TWO]


Physical Description:
    • 1 sound tape reel : analog
Documentation:
    • Indexes provided by Hugh Shields, see related ephemera
    • Carton: `'
    • Spool: `UFM / tape 2 / Master / 2'
Commercial Y/N:
  • Non-commercial Sound Recordings
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