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    • The flower of Dunaff Hill : and more traditional songs sung in Inishowen / compiled and annotated by Jimmy McBride

Printed Material
CID:
ITMA Reference:
    • 109-BK
Material Type:
Archive Location:
    • Library. Ireland: Songs in English / MacBride
Publisher Location:
Publication Date:
  • 1988
ISBN:
    • 0951382004
Edition:
    • 1st
Copyright:
    • Jimmy McBride
Contributors:
    • McBride, Jimmy
Contents:
Context:
  • Foreword
    The songs [article]
    The singers [article]
    The photographs [article]
    Another man's wedding [song: music and words]
    As I roved out [song: music and words]
    Ballintown Brae [song: music and words]
    The Banks of Newfoundland [song: music and words]
    The Banks of Sweet Dundee [song: music and words]
    The Bay of Biscay O [song: music and words]
    The Bedford Van [song: music and words]
    The Black Horse [song: music and words]
    The Blackwater Side [song: music and words]
    I'm Bidding Adieu [song: music and words]
    The Blind Beggar's Daughter [song: music and words]
    The Bonnie Green Tree [song: music and words]
    Burnfoot Town [song: music and words]
    Cailin Deas Cruite na mBo [song: music and words]
    Captain Colster [song: music and words]
    Charming Buachaill Roe [song: music and words]
    The Coalmine [song: music and words]
    Cottage with the Horseshoe O'er the Door [song: music and words]
    Dan Curley [song: music and words]
    Darling Son [song: music and words]
    Deep Sheephaven Bay [song: music and words]
    Duggan's Dancing School [song: music and words]
    The Evergreen [song: music and words]
    Erin's Lovely Home [song: music and words]
    Erin's Lovely Shore [song: music and words]
    Fair Randalstown [song: music and words]
    The Fair Town of Greenock [song: music and words]
    Paisley Officer [song: music and words] *
    Father McFadden [song: music and words]
    Father Tom O'Neill [song: music and words]
    The Flower of Corby's Mill [song: music and words]
    The Flower of Dunaff Hill [song: music and words]
    The Flower of Sweet Strabane [song: music and words]
    Friar Hegarty [song: music and words] *
    Garvagh Town [song: music and words]
    General Owen Roe [song: music and words]
    Glenswilly [song: music and words]
    Going to Mass Last Sunday [song: music and words]
    Green Grass it Grows Bonnie [song: music and words]
    The Hiring Fair [song: music and words]
    The Holland Handkerchief [song: music and words]
    The Isle of Doagh (1) [song: music and words]
    The Isle of Doagh (2) [song: music and words]
    Jimmy Leeburn [song: music and words]
    Johnny Bathin [song: music and words]
    Kathleen Casey [song: music and words]
    The Leinster Lass [song: music and words]
    The Lady Fair [song: music and words]
    A Little Too Small [song: music and words]
    London City [song: music and words]
    Loughrey's Bull [song: music and words]
    My Lovely Irish Rose [song: music and words]
    The Lurgy Stream [song: music and words]
    The Maid of Bonnie Strathyre [song: music and words]
    McGinty's Model Lodge [song: music and words]
    Bulroy Bay [song: music and words]
    November Keady Fair [song: music and words]
    Paddy Stole the Rope [song: music and words]
    The Rangey Ribs [song: music and words]
    The Rattling Railway Boy [song: music and words]
    The Sailor Boy [song: music and words]
    The Rose of Glenfin [song: music and words]
    The Shamrock Shore [song: music and words]
    She Tickled Me [song: music and words]
    The Shirt I Left Behind [song: music and words]
    The Smashing of the Van [song: music and words]
    The Sow Pig [song: music and words]
    The Titanic [song: music and words]
    Treat My Daughter Kindly [song: music and words]
    Welcome Home [song: music and words]
    The Wee Woman in Our Town [song: music and words]
    The Year of Seventy One [song: music and words]
    Bibliography
Illustrations:
    • Corney McDaid, Jimmy McBride 1986 [photograph]
    • Maggie McGee, 1987 [photograph]
    • Packie McGonigle [photograph]
    • John Walker, Paddy Hegarty, Corney McDaid 1985 [photograph]
    • Paddy Hegarty, Corney McDaid [photographs] [photographs]; John Walker, 1986 [photograph]
    • Jim McGonigle, 1987 [photograph]
    • Pat Mulhern, 1986 [photograph]
    • Paddy Doherty, Paddy McCallion, Pat Mulhern, Pad McDaid 1986 [photograph]
    • Corney McDaid 1985 [photograph]
    • Michael (Mack) Devlin 1987 [photograph]
    • Corney McDaid, Kevin Mitchell 1987 [photograph]
    • Jimmy Grant 1987 [photographs] [photographs]; Paddy Doherty, Paddy McCallion 1986 [photograph]
    • Peter O'Donnell 1986 [photograph]
    • Paddy (Eoghnie) Doherty 1987 [photograph]
    • Father James McFadden [photograph]
    • Denis McDaid [photograph]
Physical Description:
    • 155 p. : ill., music in staff notation ; 21 cm. (pbk. bound by Archive)
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Sheet Music Descriptor:
    • List of singers who supplied songs: Mary Anne Canny, Dunaff; Mack Devlin, Clonmany; Paddy Eoghnie Doherty, Tonduff & Buncrana; Bridie Doherty, Linsfort; Maoliosa Doherty, Clonmany; Jimmy Grant, Meenyanly; Paddy Hegarty, Burnfoot; Jimmy Houghton, Isle of Doagh; Owen Kelly, Lower Illies; Paddy McCallion, Burnfoot; Corny McDaid, Buncrana; Dennis McDaid, Isle of Doagh; Pat McDaid, Buncrana; Maggie McGee, Buncrana; Charlie McGonigle, Cloontagh; Dan McGonagle, Isle of Doagh; Jim McGonagle, Cloonagh; Packie McGonigle, Isle of Doagh; Pat McGonigle, Meentagh Glen; Sadie McGonigle, Buncrana; Peter O'Donnel, Burnfoot; Kathleen Ramsey, Fahan; John Walker, Fahan.
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