O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 36

O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 36
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periodical Publisher
1922
periodical Editor
O'Neill, Capt. Francis
periodical Title
O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody
volume Number
1
issue Content
44MARCHES a d MISCELLANEOUSThe Girl I Left Behind MeT ice -Walsh Ms 8 ,1n4MARCHES afld MISCELLANEOUSHomeward B Oil rid45ti, Capt.F.O NeillThis spirited march was memorized by the writer in early life; all circumstances relating to its acquirement being nowforgotten. We have no assurance of its Gaelic origin, yet few would deny that it was worth preserving at least. For obvi-ous reasons a name has been supplied for its identification.69)I.1Lord Lindsays March A d &1ectio s 1 782-97- ___,. ._, j4I IAn almost identical setting is named Capt. Hilimans Marchin the same volume.Over the Hills and Far Away#1trFew tunes are more widely kn n than The Girl II ft Behind Me orThe Spalpeen Fanachag an air, march orbornp;pe Even SO,nO apology js needed for the introduction of this elaborate settingwithv rj jfl 5 JeremiahBreen, a famous blind fiddler of North ICerry of the past generation. His tunes noted do by a pupil Thomas Ric wemtranscrjb J by a friend Sergt .James P. Walsh of the Chicago Police.Capt. F. d.Neill(1I a# .0-! - IGay Robin was a piper young, and many an air heplayed and sungBut sweetest far the love fraught lay,Over the hills and far away.
issue Number
1
page Number
36
periodical Author
O'Neill, Capt. Francis
issue Publication Date
1980-01-01T00:00:00
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O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody

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