O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 33

O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Volume 1, Issue 1, Page 33
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O'Neill, Capt. Francis
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O'Neill - Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody
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38AIRS ai d SO2VG gThe Bard of ArmaghAn old-time ballad of the North Countrie is Phelim Brady, the Bard of Armagh sung to an ancient Irishair, printed for the first time in 0 2Vei1A Music of I,ela,zd, Chica 3 .o, 1903, as noted down from the singing of his sis-ter by Sergt. James O Neill. The song in three verses is included in at least two modern compilations.As this was a dozen years before its appearance in ri Hughs Colleczion. of I ri 1v Col2ntry Songs, differentlyarranged, we cannot accused of trespassing on the musical preserves of others..thidan teMary ONeill5859AIRS c1 SONGS 39Willy TaylorTis for Love of Finin ISpirEosoGradually DieH. Hudson Mss. 1840 -41HVtHe V 1 Till riot Be Angry Hudson Mss.1840-4lI.foderato coH. Hudson Mss. 1840-41Paddy5r-c/DoyleiOapt. F. ONeillrrMode_ ::--tThis spirited air included in Wazf8 and Stray8 by request tho not ancient has enjoyed such popularity, thatseveral topical songs have been sung to it. Perhaps its chief merit lies in its availability as a number in a settor quadrille.IIJIForesc.I I
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