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The Irish uprising, 1916-1922

Author: Liam ClancyTommy MakemDaniel CallahanBrendan O'DuillSean T O'KellyAll authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : CBS, [1966]
Series: CBS legacy collection.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Folk music : Multiple forms : Songs : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The story of Ireland's fight for freedom in songs and ballads, interviews with survivors, and excerpts from speeches by its leaders, including President Eamon de Valera."
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Songs; Folk music
All Authors / Contributors: Liam Clancy; Tommy Makem; Daniel Callahan; Brendan O'Duill; Sean T O'Kelly; Éamon De Valera; Kay Hart; Anne Byrne; Tom Clancy; Donal Donnelly; Eileen O'Hanrahan Reilly; Padraic Pearse
OCLC Number: 10999190
Notes: "The story of Ireland's fight for freedom in songs and ballads, interviews with survivors, and excerpts from speeches by its leaders"--Container.
Songs, poems, and narratives in English, except one song in Gaelic.
Program notes by David Greene ([4] p. : ill.)--laid in container.
Performer(s): The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, vocals and instrumental accompaniment ; other vocalists and speakers.
Event notes: Principally recorded live in Dublin.
Description: 2 sound discs (74 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Contents: The soldiers song (sung by Liam Clancy, The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem) --
Oration at the Grave of O'Donovan Rossa (read by Daniel Callahan) --
The bold Fenian men (sung by Breandan O'Duill) --
Interview with Sean T. O'Kelly --
Speech by Eamon de Valera --
Lonely Banna Strand (sung by Kay Hart) --
From de Valera's 40th anniversary speech --
The rebel (read by Tommy Makem) --
Tri-colored ribbon (sung by Anne Byrne) --
The rising of the moon (sung by Tom Clancy, The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem) --
Proclamation of the provisional government of the Irish Republic (read by Tom Clancy). Wrap the green flag 'round me boys (sung by Tom Clancy and the Clancy Brothers) --
Interview with Mrs. Eileen O'Hanrahan Reilly --
Interview with Rory Brugha --
Interview with Sean Harling --
Who fears to speak of Easter week (sung by Tom Clancy and Tommy Makem) --
Easter 1916 (read by Tom Clancy) --
Tipperary so far away (sung by Tom Clancy) --
The rose tree (read by Ed Golden) --
Down by the glenside (sung by Kay Hart) --
Drums under the window (read by Liam Clancy) --
The West's asleep (sung by the Abbey Tavern Singers, Anne Byrne, Brendan O'Duill). Pearse's surrender order, 29 April, 1916 (read by Daniel Callahan) --
The foggy dew (sung by Pat Clancy, The Clancy Brothers and Tom Makem) --
Sixteen dead men (read by Tom Clancy) --
The dying rebel (sung by Kay Hart) --
The mother (read by Deirdre O'Maera --
From de Valera's 40th anniversary speech --
Grand oul' Dame Britannia (sung by Tommy Makem) --
Interview with Sean T. O'Kelly --
Interview with Joseph Clarke --
Interview with Sean Harling --
Interview with Frank Sherwin --
Johnson's motor car (sung by the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem) --
The Valley of Knockanure (sung by Liam Clancy) --
From de Valera's 40th anniversary speech --
Interview with Sean Mooney --
Interview with Sean Harling --
Green in the green (sung by Liam Clancy, The Clancy Brothers, and Tommy Makem). Boys from the County Cork (sung by Tommy Makem and the Clancy Brothers) --
Kevin Barry (sung by Liam Clancy) --
Manifesto of Sinn Fein, Irish nationalist party, issued in December 1918 (read by Eamonn Kelly) --
From de Valera's 40th Anniversary speech --
Shall my soul pass through Ireland (sung by Anne Byrne) --
Interview with Rory Brugha --
Interview with Sean Mooney --
An Durd Fainne (Gaelic) (sung by Liam Clancy, the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem) --
Interview with Sean Harling --
The fool (read by Donal Donnelly) --
A nation once again (sung by Tommy Makem and The Clancy Brothers) --
From the message of Easter 1966 (by Eamon de Valera) --
Soldier's song (sung by the Clancy Brothers, Tommy Makem, and an audience in Dublin).
Series Title: CBS legacy collection.

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"The story of Ireland's fight for freedom in songs and ballads, interviews with survivors, and excerpts from speeches by its leaders, including President Eamon de Valera."

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