Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 30

Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 30
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periodical Publisher
Hodges & Smith, Dublin, 1840
periodical Editor
Edward Bunting
periodical Title
Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland
volume Number
1
issue Content
24 ANCIENT MUSIC OF IRELAND.GRACES PERFORMED BY THE TREBLE O1 LEFT HAND.NAMES IN IRISH CHARACTERS.NAMES IN ENGLISHCHARACTERS.TRANSLATION.MUSICAL EXAMPLES.b 1S1 h,b.aNuas,c,e1th ea atm, . .. .Brisidh,....Leagadh anuas,.Leath leaguitlh,...A breakA falling, . . .A half falling, . .L I m;$1 lJth moiSPU h . .. .Sruith-mor, . .Sruith.beg, ... .A :ea t s::earn;descending, .Little stream, . .The Irish harpers played the treble with the left hand, and the bass with the right. The Welsh performed on their national harpin the same manner.b Performed by the thumb and first finger; the string struck by the thumb is stopped by it, and first finger string left sounding.C By first finger and thumb; thumb stops the string sounded by first finger, and thumb string left sounding.By second and third finger; string struck by second, stopped by first, and string struck by third, stopped by second finger.First, second, and third fingers of left hand slid along the strings, which were either stopped or allowed to sound, as the harperpleased; in general executed in the most rapid manner.Fingered in same manner as last by right hand, performed as above.By thumb, first, second, and third fingers of the left hand.
issue Number
1
page Number
30
periodical Author
Edward Bunting
issue Publication Date
1840-01-01T00:00:00
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Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland

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