O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 84

O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 84
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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
r140REELiNliss Farrs IReel262- i r1 fl a.aPat. Dnnne, M265II4+REEIIAYDunse Dings All 141Airds Selections 1782-97From Glens Analytical Table we learn that a tune named Dunse Dings A was printed in NeilStewarts 4 Collection of the Newest and the Beat .Reela, or Country Dancea Adapted for the Violin or Ge?-gn Flute. Edinburgh 17 1-62. Dunse a town in the Lowlands, a few miles from the English Bordergave name to several tunes. Dunse Dings signifies in plain English; Dunse surpasses or excels all,an exaggerated yet pardonable expression of local pride.2.67Never Grow- Old7Tickle the StringsCapt .F. O NeiU*0263!1Irish PatLLaaPat. Dunne,Ms . 1(2ITThe Donegal I ee1a - a..F,ILLI 7I- I* *I I I(Ifa 1 ..a* a aPatrick Stack , Chicago112 I aa 1a a aLa*a _a .0I0Ia a a a 1 a *
issue Number
1
page Number
84
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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