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    • Hugh Shields Collection. Reel-to-Reel 5 [sound recording] / [various performers]

Sound Recording
CID:
ITMA Reference:
    • 1005-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), his son and his daughter Mrs Mary Heaney (of Killead, Co. Antrim), 25–26 June, 1968 [tracks A1–11]
    • Recorded from Mrs Eileen Keaney (age 76) in her house in Belfast, 28 June, 1968 [tracks A12–16]
Creation Date:
    • 25 June 1968
    • 26 June 1968
    • 28 June 1968
Catalogue Number:
    • HS 6803
    • 1005a-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 3120 2222 4025
    • 1005a-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: 3074 2127 1463
    • 1005a-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: SA426B 0006780
    • 1005a-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: SA426B 0065280
People:
Creator:
    • Arthur Coulter (age about 70)
    • Heaney, Mary (Arthur Coulter's daughter)
    • ?, Coulter (Arthur Coulter's son)
    • Keaney, Eileen (age 76)
Contributors:
    • Shields, Hugh
Contents:
Track A:
    1. Donegore hill (‘As I journeyed to Antrim last Hallowday fair...’), song / Arthur Coulter, singing in English [session continued from 6802]
    2. Story of the following song ; The Crumlin line (‘Oh come all ye ranting rambling boys, come listen unto me...’), story ; song [words by Arthur Coulter] / Arthur Coulter, speech in English ; Mrs Mary Heaney, singing in English
    3. The Banks of the Boyne in the morning (‘Listen to me while I relate...’), song / Arthur Coulter, singing in
    4. It was up in London fair (’Twas up in London fair sure there’s a maid and she lives there...’), song [incomplete version] / Arthur Coulter, singing in English [END OF BAND ONE]
    5. It was up in London fair [complete version], song / Arthur Coulter, singing in English
    6. The Castlebar boy (‘I’m a boy from old Ireland, that beautiful place...’), song / Mrs Mary Heaney, singing in English
    7. Some say the Divil’s dead, song / Mrs Mary Heaney, singing in English
    8. Oh my Scotland, march / Arthur Coulter’s son, fife
    9. The rowan tree, march / Arthur Coulter’s son, fife
    10. The Orange lily, march / Arthur Coulter’s son, fife
    11. Nelly Gray, march / Arthur Coulter’s son, fife [end of recording session]
    12. The hat my father wore (‘I’m Paddy Miles an Irishman just come across the sea...’), song / Mrs Eileen Keaney, singing in English
    13. Rocking the cradle (‘Oh it’s rocking the cradle...’) , song [with lilt] / Mrs Eileen Keaney, singing in English, lilt
    14. You’re a wee bonny wean, song / Mrs Eileen Keaney, singing in English
    15. Rocking the cradle, song [with lilt, second rendition] / Mrs Eileen Keaney, singing in English, lilt
    16. You’re a wee bonny wean, song [second rendition, last word missing] / Mrs Eileen Keaney, singing in English [session continued at 6804] [END of BAND TWO]


Physical Description:
    • 1 sound tape reel : analog
Documentation:
    • Indexes provided by Hugh Shields, see related ephemera
    • Carton: `'
    • Spool: `UFM / Tape 3 Master / 3'
Commercial Y/N:
  • Non-commercial Sound Recordings
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