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Moore's Irish melodies : with symphonies and accompaniments

Author: John Stevenson; Henry R Bishop; Thomas Moore
Publisher: Wilmington, Del. : M. Glazier, 1981.
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Stevenson, John, 1761-1833.
Moore's Irish melodies.
Wilmington, Del. : M. Glazier, 1981
(OCoLC)866571191
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: John Stevenson; Henry R Bishop; Thomas Moore
OCLC Number: 8182212
Notes: "Reprinted from the 1891 edition published by M.H. Gill & Son, Dublin."
Description: 1 score (261 pages) ; 27 cm
Contents: After the battle --
Alone in crowds to wander on --
And doth not a meeting like this --
As a beam o'er the face of the waters --
As slow our ship her foamy track --
As vanquished Erin wept beside --
At the mid hour of night --
Avenging and bright fall the swift sword --
Before the battle --
Believe me, if all those endearing, &c. --
By that lake, whose gloomy shore --
By the feal's wave benighted --
By the hope within us springing --
Come o'er the sea, maiden, with me --
Come, rest in this bosom --
Come, send round the wine --
Dear harp of my country --
Desmond's song --
Drink to her who long --
Down in the valley, come meet me tonight --
Drink of this cup --
Echo --
Erin! The tear and the smile in thine eyes --
Eveleen's bower --
Fairest, put on awhile --
Farewell, but whenever you welcome, &c. --
Fill the bumper fair --
Fly not yet, 'tis just the hour --
Forget not the field where they perished --
From this hour the pledge is given --
Go where glory waits thee --
Has sorrow thy young days shaded? --
He we dwell in holiest bowers --
How dear to me the hour --
How oft has the benshee cried --
How sweet the answer echo makes --
Ill omens --
I'd mourn the hopes that leave me --
I saw the beach --
I saw thy form in youthful prime --
I've a secret to tell thee, but hush, not here --
I wish I was by that dim lake --
If thou'lt be mine, the treasures of air. (cont.) In the morning of life --
In yonder valley there dwelt alone --
It is not the tear at this moment shed --
Lay his sword by his side --
Lesbia has a beaming eye --
Let Erin remember the days of old --
Like the bright lamp that lay, &c. --
Love and the novice --
My gentle harp, once more I waken --
My Nora Creina --
Nay, tell me not, dear, that the goblet, &c. --
Ne'er ask the hour, what is it to us --
Night closed around the conqueror's way --
No, not more welcome the fairy numbers --
Of all the fair months that round the sun --
Oh! Arranmore, loved Arranmore! --
Oh, banquet not in those shining bowers --
Oh, blame not the bard --
Oh, breathe not his name --
Oh, could we do with this world of ours --
Oh, doubt me not, the season &c. --
Oh, for the swords of former time --
Oh, had we some bright little isle --
Oh, haste, and leave this sacred isle --
Oh, the days are gone, when beauty bright --
Oh, the shamrock --
Oh, the sight entrancing --
Oh, think not my spirits are always as light --
Oh, 'tis sweet to think --
Oh, weep for the hour --
Oh, where's the slave so lowly --
Oh, ye dead, whom we know, &c. --
One bumper at parting --
On music --
Quick, we have but a second --
Remember the glories, &c. --
Remember thee, yes, while there's life, &c. --
Rich and rare were the gems she wore --
Sail on, sail on, thou fearless bark. (cont.) Shall the harp then be silent? --
She is far from the land --
She sung of love, while o'er her lyre --
Silence is in our festal halls --
Silent, O Moyle, be the roar of thy waters --
Sing, sing, music was given --
Sing, sweet harp, oh sing to me --
Song of the battle eve --
Song of O'Donohue's mistress --
Song of Innisfail --
St. Senanus and the lady --
Strike the gay harp, &c. --
Sublime was the warning --
Sweet Innisfallen, fare thee well --
Take back the virgin page --
The dawning of morn --
The dream of those days --
Thee, thee, only thee --
The fortune teller --
The harp that once through Tara's halls --
The Irish peasant to his mistress --
The legacy --
The meeting of the waters --
The minstrel boy to the war is gone --
The mountain sprite --
The night dance --
The origin of the harp --
The parallel --
The song of Fionnuala --
The song of O'Ruarck, prince of Breffni --
The time I've lost in wooing --
The valley lay smiling before me --
The wandering bard --
The wine cup is circling in Almhin's hall --
The young May moon is beaming, love --
There are sounds of mirth, &c. --
They came from a land beyond the sea --
They know not my hear, &c. --
They may rail at this life --
This life is all chequered with pleasures, &c. --
Though dark are our sorrows, &c. --
Though humble the banquet &c. --
Though the last glimpse of Erin, &c. --
Through Erin's Isle to sport awhile --
Through grief and through danger, &c. --
'Tis believed that this harp, &c. (cont.) 'Tis gone, and for ever, &c. --
"Tis the last rose of summer --
To ladies' eyes around, boy --
Tomorrow, comrade, we --
'Twas one of those dreams, &c. --
War song --
We may roam through this world, &c. --
Weep on, weep on, your hour is past --
What life like that of the bard can be --
What the bee is to the flowret --
When cold in the earth, &c. --
When daylight was yet sleeping, &c. --
When first I meet thee warm and young --
When he who adores thee --
When in death I shall calm recline --
When through life unblest we rove --
Whene'er I see those smiling eyes --
While gazing on the moon's light --
While history's muse, &c. --
Wreathe the bowl with flow'rs of soul --
Yes, sad one of Zion, if closely resembling --
You remember Ellen, our hamlet's pride.
Other Titles: Irish melodies
Responsibility: by Sir John Stevenson and Sir Henry Bishop.

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