Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 36

Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 36
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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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A GENERAL VOCABULARYopANCIENT IRISH MUSICAL TERMS,ARRANGED FROM THE VARIOUS DICTIONARIES OF THE LANGUAGE,AND OTHER SOURCES.Those terms marked thus (*) are taken from the twenty-four measures of Welch music. Those marked thus (f) from the information ofArthur ONeill, &c. The remainder from the various dictionaries of the language, Lluyd, &c., from the earliest to the most modern.a. A.(A species of music which is divided% into three parts, viz., Gean troi-Qban cpipeac, Adbhan trireach, . gize, exhilarating; Goll troiglie,j affecting; and Suan troighe,soothing.Qlbre, Aidhbhsi, [ A species of music formerly in use,an old song or cronan.aine, Aine, Music, harmony.Qlpavlarnrpat, Airathlaniffad, A full repetition.Uippueac, Airfideach, or Dafideadh, Music, a musician, harmony.aumapac, Allmharach,* Foreign strain.Uman, or Umap, Amhan, Music.ampan, Amhran, A song.Umpcth, Amiradh, An elegy for the dead.anpo lprnabalm, Anfhoirshnadhajm,t 1 The pin board, or wooden pegs, towhich the strings are fastened.Uo ceiL, Aois ceiol, Musicians.
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