O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 105

O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 105
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O'Neill, Capt. Francis
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O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody
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184JKORNFJpE185Raftery FavoriteWhen the slumbering memory of Edward Cronin of the Irish Music Club of Chicago was aroused after hisdisvovery at the beginning of this Century, many a rare dance tune flowed from his facile fingers; amongthem being a variant of Rafterys Favorjte Being anonymous like so many others of his repertory it wasnamed Limerick Junction... Mr. Cronin s native town in North Ti perary.*Darling Lovely StieJ. P. Tainony - San FranciscoJ +p i rCapt. F. 0 Ne illLittle can be said of this strain, except that it is neither ancient nor really modern It dates back atleast half a century when songs and parodies were sung to it. Being in good hornpipe,or rather clog rhythmit may be regarded as worthy of oreservaf mn.JIORJVPIPEMiss I oche11e Rudolph 5 IlompipePatrick OLeary .....Adelaide Australia II362I E iI I II Inspimd by the sit of a relative, the fi t of his blood to gTeet him at the antipodes, since as a youth he left his na-tive Cavan, Mr. OLeary commemorated the occasion by the, composition of this fine hornpipe in her name. A sketch ofhis life inSome F o s Fiddlers pages 379 to 384, I,1 Minetreig and U n8 will amply repay perusal.J\fora HornpjpeI rifl 363- H*1IThe above traditional Irish hornpipe now printed for the first time, Circulated Without a fl me among the fid -diers around Listowell County Kerry in Stacks student days. The present title is that by which it has been givenPublicity Michael J. Gallagher a lever performer on the Irish or Union pipes, recently from Ireland-a - - -II#I a .... -1
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