Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 23

Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 23
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Hodges & Smith, Dublin, 1840
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Edward Bunting
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Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland
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ANCIENT MUSIC OF IRELAND.U1SL1N UN O1 21fl. The Young Mans Dream.Distinctly and lively.Moderately quiek.moLL] asroRe. Mary, my Treasure.7 We find an able critique on this class of airs in the Dulilin E vaminer for August, 1816. For the most part,they are formed of four strains of equal length. The first, soft, pathetic, and subdued the second ascends inthe scale, and becomes bold, energetic, and impassioned : the third, a repetition of the second, is sometimes alittle varied and more florid, and leads often, by a graceful or melancholy passage, to the fourth, which is always arepetition of the first.ChU1 Lre . USSUI1 l?U1 hU. The Green Woods of Trulghia .Moderately quick.A few of these airs are in common time, and composed of four parts or strains each, themodulation and harmony as already described, such as the popular air of Molly Astore,taken from the very ancient air of Molly Bheag O.
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