Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 28

Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 28
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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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NAMES IN IRISH CHARACTERS.NAMES IN ENGLISHCU tRACTERS.22 ANCIENT MUSIC OF IRELAND.THE STEINGS OT THE HARpScontinued.pi ea ac ceab na pe-CheO?.ctch,ar eab ea aitm,Cteab (ect rTha,dC1 OH H 1OCe QR..ChaNUS,ebophl ea ach, .phWea flach,Freagrach tead na feithe-o-lach,..... 5CronanToad leaguiclh,Tead leaethea,Cronan ioch-dar-chanus,Uach-4ar-chanus,Do Fregrach,Being octave below the string of melody. b Octave below the sisterS.Being F natural raised from B natural, a semitone, to answer the melody as occasion requIred.d The natural tone of the string. e Double C in the bass, five notes below the crotan.U in alt, the highest note on the Irish harp. e Applied to all the oct5ves in the treble. Applied to all the octaves lo tha bass, except the cronan.uach a -chaHus, .c onan, Response to leadingsinews,Drone bass,Falling string,The string fallen,Lowest note,Highest note,Answering,Fregrach Response,
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Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland

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