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Waifs and strays of Gaelic melody

Waifs and strays of Gaelic melody

comprising forgotten favorites, worthy variants, and tunes not previously printed

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Published by Mercier Press in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folk music, Irish,
  • Music, Irish

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcollected and edited by Francis O"Neill ; arranged by Selena O"Neill.
    ContributionsO"Neill, Francis, 1848-1936, O"Neill, Selena.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsM1744.O5 W3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination186 p. :
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21078934M
    ISBN 100853426392

    O’Neill’s book Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody). Now that we have access to the sound recordings, it is possible to compare the printed versions with the audio versions. Hear-ing the tunes as played by the same musicians may clear up some of the questions raised by . Full text of "Waifs & Strays of Celtic Tradition " See other formats.

      Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Traditional Gaelic Melody Mithril The Return Home ℗ mithriltunes Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube. The Old Walls of Liscarroll/The Knocknagow. Download Audio. This track is from our CD, Concert Tour of North America In O’Neill published Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody in which he put to print three hundred and sixty five tunes or variants of .

    The tune has some affinity to older reels, including two printed by O’Neill in his Waifs & Strays of Gaelic Melody, “The Factory Lass” () and “The Home Made Reel” (). There is a similarity in the first part to “The Skylark [1],” composed by James Morrison. The 12th century chronicler Giraldus Cambrensis noted that Irish harpers were incomparably more skillful than any he had heard throughout Europe. Irish music was flourishing, and continued to flourish until the beginning of the 17th century, when it was outlawed because of the part taken by harpers, pipers and poets in the upsurge of Gaelic .


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Free Celtic Sheet Music. WAIFS AND STRAYS OF GAELIC MELODY Comprising Forgotten Favorites, Worthy Variants, and Tunes not Previously Printed.

Collected and Edited by CAPT. FRANCIS O'NEILL Compiler and Publisher of "The Music of Ireland", "The Dance Music of Ireland", and "O'Neill's Irish Music for Piano or Violin" AUTHOR OF "Irish Folk Music. Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, comprising forgotten favorites, worthy variants, and Waifs and strays of Gaelic melody book not previously printed.

Collected and edited by Capt. Francis [P. F.] [O'neill, Francis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, comprising forgotten favorites, worthy variants, and tunes not previously printed.

These song lyrics, notes, and sheet music to "Killarney" by Irish composer M. Balfe were found in a copy of Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody dedicated to Michael J.

Dunn on Novem by Francis O' can listen to a cylinder recording of "Killarney" by George Alexander from the Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project at UC, Santa Barbara.

Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody (), pieces Irish Folk Music: A Fascinating Hobby (). Appendix A contains O'Farrells Treatise and Instructions on the Irish Pipes, published ; appendix B is Hints to Amateur Pipers by Patrick J. : AugTralibane, Co. Cork, Ireland. Waifs & Strays of Gaelic Melody: ISBN () Hardcover, Humanities Pr, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site.

Get this from a library. Waifs and strays. [Micah Ballard] -- In the sixth publication in the City Lights Spotlight Poetry Series, Cajun poet Micah Ballard's "Waifs and Strays" recombines the allure, fixations, and diction of the metaphysical poets with the.

This Irish reel is taken from Francis O'Neill's collection Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, published in Chicago in In his book Between the Jigs and Reels, Caoimhin Mac Aoidh explains that O'Neill's source was a fiddler named Joe Timoney, known in Donegal as.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. note-for-note transcription of not only "the ", but two other lesser known O'Neill's compendia, "The Dance Music Of Ireland ("The "), and "Waifs and Strays Of Gaelic Melody".

Indeed, If I had known of it when I started this site, I doubt I would have gone ahead with. O’Neill (Waifs and Strays, ) prints the tune as “Paddy Stack’s Fancy,” named for the Kerry musician who made some 78 RPM recordings in the ’s. The melody is not to be confused with the similarly titled "Morrison's Fancy," however, it is sometimes aurally confused with "Whelan's Jig," which it.

BANISHED TO AMERICA. Irish, Air (4/4 time). D Major. Standard tuning. O'Neill obtained the tune from the Rice-Walsh manuscript. O'Neill () says of the collection: "the most valuable was one which included much of the repertory of Jeremiah Breen, a blind fiddler of great repute who flourished a generation ago in North Kerry, between Listowel and Ballybunion.

S: O’Neill’s "Dance Music of Ireland: Gems",p tune # S: O’Neill’s "Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody",p tune # (minus staccato). Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody Comprising Forgotten Favorites, Worthy Variants, and Tunes not Previously Printed.

The earliest known appearance of this tune in print is in Book 8 of Oswald's Caledonian Pocket Companion (c. Tune collector Francis O'Neill wrote, in his Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody ().

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Usually ships within 3 days. O'Neill prints the tune in his Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody (), copied from The Caledonian Muse (London, c.p.

20). Neil () relates: "It is on record that, in the old days, the playing of this nostalgic Gaelic air to the Highland regiments on active service abroad had such a profound adverse effect on the morale of the men.

The Dance Music of Ireland ("O'Neill's " or "The Book") O'Neill's Irish Music, Choice Selections for Piano and Violin Irish Folk Music, A Fascinating Hobby Irish Minstrels and Musicians O'Neill's Irish Music, Choice Selections for Piano and Violin Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody, Irish words for melody include séis, fonn, ceolmhaireacht and feileonacht.

Find more Irish words at. O’Neill prints the tune as “Curly Mike,” and, in another version, as “The Lucky Number,” in his Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody. Both of these were reproduced from the Rice-Walsh manuscripts, a collection of transcriptions of the repertoire of Jeremiah Breen, a 19th-century blind fiddle player from North Kerry.

The Castlebar Races jig. Also known as An Ceo Ar An MBán, The Backhoe, The Black Hoe, Heather And Sage, The Maid In The Meadow, The Mist In The Meadow, The Mist On The Meadow, Mist On The Meadows, Moran’s, The Moving Bogs Of Powellsboro, Paddy Ban’s, The Thrush In The Straw, The Trush On The Strand.

There are 52 recordings of this tune.Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody Notes and manuscripts found within Michael J. Dunn's copy of Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody. Read More.He eventually published eight books -- the three most popular being O'Neill's Music of Ireland, The Dance Music of Ireland, and Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melodies.

The first volume is still in print -- but the other two are very hard to find (especially Waifs and Strays!) .