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Irish folk songs

Author: Seamus Ennis; Alan Lomax
Publisher: [New York] : Columbia, [195-?]
Series: Columbia masterworks.; Columbia world library of folk and primitive music, v. 1.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : IrishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Seamus Ennis; Alan Lomax
OCLC Number: 12738034
Notes: With the cooperation of the Irish Folklore Commission, the British Broadcasting Corporation, and Radio Eirrean. Edited with notes by Seamus Ennis and Alan Lomax.
Table of contents keyed to map on album cover. Texts with English translations included in the notes bound in album.
Columbia: ML 4941.
Performer(s): Sung and played by native musicians.
Event notes: Recorded in 1947 and in January, 1951.
Description: 1 audio disc : 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in.
Contents: Side 1: An cailin aerach (The airy girl) --
The banks of the roses --
An binnsin luachra --
The brown thorn --
Sack of potatoes --
Dance to your daddy --
Cucanandy --
An maighdean mhara (The mermaid song) --
The fairy lullabye --
The fox chase --
The rocks of Bawn --
Amhran fosuiochta (The herding song) --
The bold tenant farmer --
The lark in the morning --
Connla --
Bean Phaidin (Pat's wife) --
She moved through the fair. Side 2: Morrisey and the Russian sailor --
The copperplate reel --Whiskey in the jar --
Mo ghrá-sa an jug mór is é lán (I love a big full jar) --
The woman of the house --
Cois abhainn na sead (By the river of gems) --
Innsin Bheil Atha'n Ghaorthaidh (The little inch of Ballingeary) --
Citi na gCumann (Kitty of loves) --
Were you at the rock? --
Molly Bawn --
The lament of Una Bawn --
Keen for a dead child --
Soldier, soldier --
What would you do --
Mrs. McGrath --
The death of Brugh --
The Bucks of Oranmore.
Series Title: Columbia masterworks.; Columbia world library of folk and primitive music, v. 1.
Responsibility: recorded in the western counties of Eire by Seamus Ennis, Alan Lomax, Robin Roberts and Brian George.

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