Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 42

Bunting - The Ancient Music of Ireland, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 42
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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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36ANCIENT MUSIC OF IRELAND.ebtect cUbe,tet na polct,tev,Zi ompn,tiompari,topn aii,tpeiFi niUeaii,pebni iea ,tpfbuillea ,tpibuiiiea,tpua ulmap,tpuiipba ac,Tedlegaidhe,fTednafeola,fTet,Tiompaun,Tiompan,Tordhan,Torughan,Treisi uilenn,*Trebhuinnech,fTribhuillech,fTribuinneach.Truaghgholmor,Truidhirbhaghac,The falling string.L ading sinews or strings.A drum, cymbal.An elegy.A drum, tymbal or tabor.An elegy.Bass in music.Force of elbow.Prestissimo, trebly rapid.Triple shake.Extremely quick.High wailing strain.Tenderly affectiona te strain.U.Uac apcannr,U aim,Uaim, ructim,Uan Fua16 a1ll ,Ui6i6ea& ,Uirn oa, i. e.Highest P in alt.Notes on the harp, concordance.A sound.A single sound.Harmony, music.We now proceed to the next evidence of the antiquity of our best music, which, as hasbeen seen, may be inferred from the date at which the Irish can be proved to have possessedinstruments capable of performing it.U.Uachdarchanus,Uaim,Uaim, fuaim,fUan fuaidhghail,fUidhidheacht,(Uidhidh odhadh, i. e. coel-) .ceolmap, JMusical, harmonious.mher,Umaim cean ctl , no upr-fUinaidhin ceangal,f or ) The pin or jack that fastens theriaitrni cean at, I urshnaidhm ceangal, .J wire of the harp.
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