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Ballads from the pubs of Ireland, with music and commentary.

Author: James N Healy
Publisher: Cork, Mercier Press [1968, ©1965]
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : [3d ed. ]View all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Healy, James N.
Ballads from the pubs of Ireland.
Cork, Mercier Press [1968, ©1965]
(OCoLC)891418132
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: James N Healy
OCLC Number: 39212
Notes: Imprint covered by label: Hatbro, Pa., Folklore Associates.
In part unacc. melodies, in part without the music.
Description: 142 pages illustrations 18 cm
Contents: Bottles of black porter --
Jug of punch --
Whiskey in the jar --
Barry of Macroom --
Ballyhooley blue ribbon army --
Tipperary christening --
Lannigan's Ball --
De night before Larry was stretched --
Finnigan's wake --
Oul' triangle --
Bard of Armagh --
Shilling a night verses by Paddy Drury --
Valley of Knockanure --
Doneraile litany --
MacNamara's bilingual ballad --
Oldan Sean O'Tuama --
Carrigaline hurlers --
Part of the "Kerry Footballers" --
Bould Tadhy Quill --
Sun-stricken Dan --
Donal na greine --
Rattle-away breed --
Limerick races --
Fair of Kinsale --
Wren boys song --
Night the goat broke loose on grand parade --
Stickin' out a mile from Blarney --
When bananas grow on gaslamps in Blackpool --
Dear old city by the lee --
Pretty girls of Cork --
Old Skibbereen --
Mullingar heifer --
Oh, limerick is beautiful --
Rineanna --
Cockles and mussels --
German clockwinder --
Courtin' in the kitchen --
Sailor boy --
Croppy boy --
Ball o' yarn --
Bonny boy --
Widow of Donaghadee --
Brian Og and Molly Bawn --
Low backed car --
Boys of Kilmichael --
Boys from county Cork --
First Cork brigade --
Man from Mullingar --
Johnny, I hardly knew ye --
Salonika --
Sash me father wore --
Boys of Wexford --
Rising of the moon --
Whack fol the diddle --
Lament on the execution of Captain Brennan --
Bold Captain Freney --
Kilmainham minuet --
Street ballad --
Moon behind the hill --
Mush mush --
I'll tell my ma --
Crickelwood --
Shake hands with your Uncle Mike --
Parting glass.
Responsibility: Illus. by the author.

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