Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 27

Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 27
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Hodges & Smith, Dublin, 1840
periodical Editor
Edward Bunting
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Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland
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ANCIENT MUSIC OF IRELAND.TIlE STRINGS OF TFIE HARP.NAMES IN ENGLISHCHARACTERS.TRANSLATION.CaomliluigheLying together,Gilly Caomluigheervant to the sisters,clONHcaoni mb1ie, 5An clara teaAl os cioun Ca-omluiglse, . . . . . jSecond string overthe sisters,..an i eas ecrn Os C1OF1fl}caonTh( U1 heAn treas tead os cionu Ca-omluighe JThird string overthe sisters,ceab na pe1c1ieo ach, . .Tead na feithe-o-lach,fString of the lead-t_ ing sinews,uaju e ZeaO na pei e --o acGilly Toad na feithe-o-lach,jServant to the lead-l ing sinews,eeab a elch 1i eas, .Toad a leith glass, . .String of the halfbophnea ac1i caomw ui-bhe,d Dofhrcgrach Caornluighe,Answering,MUSICALEKAMPLES.ABa Called by the harpers The Sister,, were two strings in unison, which were the first tuned to the proper pitch ; they answered totenor G, fourth string on the violin, and nearly divided the instrument into bass bed treble.b Called by the old harpers The String of Melody, was tuned next to the shters, being a fifth above there.Next the octave to the sisters. d Octave above the sisters, was next tuned.NAMES IN IRISH CHARACTERS.21caOmhf ul he,a.uai e caOrnh u1blie,an band eat) Os8
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