Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 37

Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 37
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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
ANCIENT MUSIC OF IRELAND. 31b. B.baptuit, Barluith, Activity of fingers, a continued1 shake.baptmt buaUaan6ipte, Barluith finger ends strikingbaptuit o aLve, Barluith fosgalte,f Activity of finger tops.barctcanar, Basascanas, The bass in music.bum, Binn, Melodious, harmonious.bmncq, binrn, Binnas, binni, Harmony, melody.biot, Biol, A musical instrument.bliuataoruar, Bhualadhsuas,f Successive triplets.bpatanctF ol , Brathanas-gol, School strain.bpiFea, Brisidh,f A break.bpuv 5on tpu iOeo1 , Bruth dhon druidoig, Soft strain.boitrsean, Boilsgean,f Swelling out.buan, Buan, Harmonious.buabat, Bualbal, A cornet or horn.buaUaruar, Bualladhsuas,f Ascending.bui t ean, Builsgan, A third in music.C. C.Ccupcc, Cairche, Music.Cai neat, Caisneachd, A tune to which soldiers march.Ccittrn, Calloid, A funeral elegy.Catcan, Calchan,* A calling strain.Cap, Car, A bar, or division in music.Carlmt, Castluith,f Returning activity.Caomea, Caoineadh, Lamentation for the dead.Ceot, Ceol, Melody, music.CeipnIi i, Ceirnin, A portable harp.Cennancpuib, Cennanchruitbh,t Extremity of the hand.Ciniiapt puiv, Cinnard chruit, High headed harp.Cioncap, Cionthar, Music, melody.Ciui1 , Ciuil, Harmony, music.Cta ipFea , Clairseach, A harp.Ctaipreoip, Clairseoir, A harper.Claipaie, Clairaidhe, A singer, a songster.CLaP bai ceaDuL, no ceoL {C1as blaisceadul no ceol, }Me1ody harmony.no canraipCact , no canntaireached,
issue Number
1
page Number
37
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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