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Come-all-ye : famous old Irish songs (1st ed.)

My Irish Molly, O — How James Daly was wrongly condemned — Kitty of Coleraine — Maire, my girl / John Keegan Casey — Maire, my girl [article] — A twelfth July song — Pilot Charles O’Boyle, Rutland Island — Roisin Duh : my girl from Donegal — The old Ramelton flax market — The old Ramelton flax market [article] — Turlough O’Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney — Turlough O’Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney [article] — The Irish jaunting car — The Waterloo Priest : a ballad from Buncrana — The Waterloo Priest : a ballad from Buncrana [article] / A.M. O’D. — The piper from the Rosses — The piper from the Rosses [article] — Me own Home Rule coat : a ditty / by J. Bawn — Never despise an old friend — To the river Foyle — Sunny Tyrone : a ballad / by Hugh Quinn — That hero Shane M’Hugh : relating to the incidents of a past generation — Dictates ditties from County Derry [article] — Derry town — The banks of Kilrea — Willy Reilly and his colleen bawn — Will Reilly and his colleen bawn — Bantry Bay — The Strabane fleet — The Strabane fleet : original version — The star of Donegal — The lass from Glencoe — It’s aisy to be smiling / by Barney Maglone — Johnny, I hardly knew ye — Johnny, I hardly knew ye [article] — The Buncrana Train — The Buncrana Train [article] — Shaun Crossa at Dungiven — Shaun Crossa at Dungiven [article] — Francis Bradley — Francis Bradley [article] — The gauger of Gweedore — The gauger of Gweedore [article] — The flower of sweet Strabane — O’Donnell’s farewell to the Rosses — Willboro’ — Willboro’ [article] — The maid of Aghadoey — John’s dream : air, Villiken’s and Dinah — John’s dream [article] — To the statue of Governor Walker / Robert A. Wilson (Barney Maglone) — To the statue of Governor Walker [article] — Let us be merry before we go / John Philpot Curran — Lough Swilly shore / John Duffy — Lough Swilly shore [article] — Van Diemen’s land — Dan O’Connell and the Cockneys — The Feeny boy’s song — The banks of Claudy : original version of the famous Come-all-ye — Eviction of a Donegal priest — Eviction of a Donegal priest [article] — Moorlough Mary — My own ould Irish home / Barney Maglone — The rights of man — The maid of the sweet brown knowe – Love of Erin / by Barney Maglone – Roisin Dubh / John Gerald Roddy – The hills of Donegal – Donnelly and Cooper on the Curragh of Kildare — Index

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Come-all-ye : famous old Irish songs (1st ed.)

My Irish Molly, O — How James Daly was wrongly condemned — Kitty of Coleraine — Maire, my girl / John Keegan Casey — Maire, my girl [article] — A twelfth July song — Pilot Charles O’Boyle, Rutland Island — Roisin Duh : my girl from Donegal — The old Ramelton flax market — The old Ramelton flax market [article] — Turlough O’Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney — Turlough O’Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney [article] — The Irish jaunting car — The Waterloo Priest : a ballad from Buncrana — The Waterloo Priest : a ballad from Buncrana [article] / A.M. O’D. — The piper from the Rosses — The piper from the Rosses [article] — Me own Home Rule coat : a ditty / by J. Bawn — Never despise an old friend — To the river Foyle — Sunny Tyrone : a ballad / by Hugh Quinn — That hero Shane M’Hugh : relating to the incidents of a past generation — Dictates ditties from County Derry [article] — Derry town — The banks of Kilrea — Willy Reilly and his colleen bawn — Will Reilly and his colleen bawn — Bantry Bay — The Strabane fleet — The Strabane fleet : original version — The star of Donegal — The lass from Glencoe — It’s aisy to be smiling / by Barney Maglone — Johnny, I hardly knew ye — Johnny, I hardly knew ye [article] — The Buncrana Train — The Buncrana Train [article] — Shaun Crossa at Dungiven — Shaun Crossa at Dungiven [article] — Francis Bradley — Francis Bradley [article] — The gauger of Gweedore — The gauger of Gweedore [article] — The flower of sweet Strabane — O’Donnell’s farewell to the Rosses — Willboro’ — Willboro’ [article] — The maid of Aghadoey — John’s dream : air, Villiken’s and Dinah — John’s dream [article] — To the statue of Governor Walker / Robert A. Wilson (Barney Maglone) — To the statue of Governor Walker [article] — Let us be merry before we go / John Philpot Curran — Lough Swilly shore / John Duffy — Lough Swilly shore [article] — Van Diemen’s land — Dan O’Connell and the Cockneys — The Feeny boy’s song — The banks of Claudy : original version of the famous Come-all-ye — Eviction of a Donegal priest — Eviction of a Donegal priest [article] — Moorlough Mary — My own ould Irish home / Barney Maglone — The rights of man — The maid of the sweet brown knowe – Love of Erin / by Barney Maglone – Roisin Dubh / John Gerald Roddy – The hills of Donegal – Donnelly and Cooper on the Curragh of Kildare — Index

Old come all ye’s : the finest collection of northern ballads and folk poems (2nd enlarged ed.)

Me own home rule coat – The mountains of Mourne — Mary’s reply — I’m going to Buncrana — Pilot Charles O’Boyle, Rutland Island – A Twelfth July song — Willie Reilly and his colleen bawn — Lurgy stream – The Irish jaunting car — John’s dream (air: Villiken’s and Dinah) – The man of the north countrie — Maid of sweet Gorteen — My own ould Irish home — Carntoher Braes — Willsboro – The rights of man – The oul’ plaid shawl — Kitty of Coleraine – The Strabane fleet — Love of Erin — Derry town – The banks of Kilrea — Songs of the Gaelic peasantry – The hills of Donegal — It’s aisy to be smiling — Turlough O’Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney — How James Daly was wrongly condemned — My Irish Molly o – The piper from the Rosses — Let us be merry before we go – The unfortunate lovers — Bantry Bay – The maid of Aghadowey — Van Diemen’s Land — Dan O’Connell and the Cockneys — O’Donnell’s farewell to the Rosses — Where is the flag of England — To the River Foyle – The old Ramelton flax market — To the statue of Governor Walker – The ballad of Shane Crossagh — Widow Machree – The old Irish song — Michael Toland, the tailor — There’s luck in odd numbers — Never despise an old friend — Pat Walsh is best of all – The Waterloo priest – The Strabane fleet — Roisin Dubh – The star of Donegal — Sunny Tyrone – The old orange flute — Johnny I hardly knew ye — Moorlough Mary — Donnelly and Cooper on the Curragh of Kildare — Eviction of a Donegal priest – The Buncrana train — Molly Astore – The maid of the sweet brown knowe – The old bog road – The bold beggar’s daughter – The funeral of Michael Heraghty – The banks of Claudy — Pat Campbell the drover — That hero Shane McHugh — Derry’s old wooden bridge — Lough Swilly Shore – The Feeny boy’s song – The North West Tirconaill boys — Glenswilly — Toast of an Irish colleen — As I strolled along Erin’s green shore – The lass of Glencoe — Francis Bradley – The Gaugher of Gweedore — Shaun Crossa at Dungiven – The flower of sweet Strabane

Come-all-ye : famous old Irish songs : forty-eight popular ballads of the North-West (3rd ed.)

My Irish Molly, O — How James Daly was wrongly condemned — Kitty of Coleraine — Maire, my girl / John Keegan Casey — Maire, my girl [article] — A twelfth July song — Pilot Charles O’Boyle, Rutland Island — Roisin Dun : my girl from Donegal — The old Ramelton flax market — The old Ramelton flax market [article] — Turlough O’Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney — Turlough O’Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney [article] — The Irish jaunting car — The Waterloo Priest : a ballad from Buncrana — The Waterloo Priest : a ballad from Buncrana [article] / A.M. O’D. — The piper from the Rosses — The piper from the Rosses [article] — Me own Home Rule coat : a ditty / by J. Bawn — Never despise an old friend — To the river Foyle — Sunny Tyrone : a ballad / by Hugh Quinn — That hero Shane M’Hugh : relating to the incidents of a past generation — Dictates ditties from County Derry [article] — Derry town — The banks of Kilrea — Willy Reilly and his colleen bawn — Will Reilly and his colleen bawn — Bantry Bay — The Strabane fleet — The star of Donegal — The lass from Glencoe — It’s aisy to be smiling / by Barney Maglone — Johnny, I hardly knew ye — Johnny, I hardly knew ye [article] — The Buncrana Train — The Buncrana Train [article] — Shaun Crossa at Dungiven — Shaun Crossa at Dungiven [article] — Francis Bradley — Francis Bradley [article] — The gauger of Gweedore — The gauger of Gweedore [article] — The flower of sweet Strabane — O’Donnell’s farewell to the Rosses — Willboro’ — Willboro’ [article] — The maid of Aghadoey — John’s dream : air, Villiken’s and Dinah — John’s dream [article] — To the statue of Governor Walker / Robert A. Wilson (Barney Maglone) — To the statue of Governor Walker [article] — Let us be merry before we go / John Philpot Curran — Lough Swilly shore / John Duffy — Lough Swilly shore [article] — Van Diemen’s land — Dan O’Connell and the Cockneys — The Feeny boy’s song — The banks of Claudy : original version of the famous Come-all-ye — Eviction of a Donegal priest — Eviction of a Donegal priest [article] — Moorlough Mary — My own ould Irish home / Barney Maglone — The rights of man — The maid of the sweet brown knowe — Index

Old come all ye’s (4th ed.)

Me own home rule coat — Carntoher Braes — Bantry Bay – The star of Donegal – The Queen of Connemara — Rody McCorley – A shawl of Galway grey — Kelly of Killanne — Carndonagh far away — Moville along the Foyle – The stone outside Dan Murphy’s door — Glenswilly – The Gauger from Gweedore — My lovely Irish rose or Strathbregga Bay — Jack McCutcheon’s car — Lovely green Gweedore — Clare’s Dragoons – The Croppy boy — Moorlough Mary — There’s luck in odd numbers – The old bog road — Adieu to Innisfail – The West’s asleep – A street ballad of John Mitchel — God save Ireland – The Blazing star of Drung — Lament of the Irish emigrant — Bold Robert Emmet — Slievenamon — Johnston’s motor car — Pat Ferry’s Farewell to Kerrykeel — Pat O’Donnell’s dream — Bodenstown (air: The harp that once) – The man of the North Countrie – The banks of my own lovely Lee – The three flowers – The piper from the Rosses — How James Daly was wrongly condemned — Lady Day at Cumber Claudy — Cockles and mussels — Rory of the hill – The flower of sweet Strabane — Pearse to Ireland — Boolavogue – The star of the County Down – The peeler and the goat – The Valley of Knockanure — Master McGrath – The men of the West – The maid of the sweet brown knowe – The mountains of Pomeroy — My rose of Fanaboy — My own ould Irish home — Lonely Banna Strand – The jacket’s green – The rebel rover — Londonderry on the banks of the Foyle – The wearing of the green – An exile’s dream – The Boys of Wexford – The Blarney roses — Three brave blacksmiths — Governor Walker’s sash – The ould plaid shawl – The North West Tirconaill boys – The sash my father wore – The Strabane fleet — Carrigdhoun (air: The foggy dew) — Killybegs — Annie dear – The old Fenian gun — Roisin Dubh – The Strabane fleet — Kitty of Coleraine — Dear ould Claudy town (air: The hills of Glenswillee) — Terence’s farewell to Kathleen — Eviction of a Donegal priest – The Feeny boys’ song — To the statue of Governor Walker – The Letterkenny Clock – A nation once again – The three coloured ribbon – The dawning of the day — Skibbereen — Wrap the green flag round me, boys — Let me carry your cross for Ireland, Lord – The rose of Mooncoin – The Banks of Kilrea – The Battle of Garvagh — Along the Faughan side — Step together — Derry’s old wooden bridge — John’s dream (air: Villiken’s and Dinah) — Sweet Inishowen – The Banks of Claudy — Prehen – The moon behind the hill – The old orange flute — Remember Drumboe – The felons of our land — Lough Swilly Shore — O’Donnell’s farewell to the Rosses — Toast of an Irish colleen — Shaun Crossa at Dungiven – A twelfth July song – The funeral of Michael Heraghty — Michael Toland, the tailor – The bold beggar’s daughter – The rising of the moon – The old Ramelton Flax Market — To Ireland’s martyr’s – The Irish peasant girl – The Buncrana train — Turlough O’Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney – The newsboys’ tribute — Go where glory waits thee

Rambling pitchfork, jig / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

The blackbird, set dance / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

Three sea captains, set dance / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

KIldare fancy, hornpipe ; Harvest home, hornpipe / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

Teddy O'Neill, song air / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

Bonaparte's retreat, set dance / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

Cherish the ladies, jig / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

The teetotaller, reel; Heathery breeze, reel / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

An chúilfhionn, air / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

Séamus O'Mahony, President of the ASTI, [1952?]
Séamus O'Mahony, seated front row 4th from left, holding fiddle

Séamus O'Mahony, Pt. 2

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The ace and deuce of piping, set dance / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

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  • Táimse i m’chodladh is ná dúistear mé, air / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle

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  • Kelly the boy from Killane / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle, & Brendan E. O'Mahony, piano

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Séamus and Edward O'Mahony in: Irish Minstrels and Musicians, 1913
The All-Ireland Trio : Séamus O'Mahony, Leo Rowsome, and Neilus Cronin / unidentified photographer

“Luke Kelly, fiddle (though he was not a great player), Mrs. Sheridan – she was quite distinctive, and Séamus Mahoney. Also, if I may say so, my brother Edward who improvised well. ​The others had what they called very nice touches, but they used the same notes all the time without intensity or emotion… Séamus Mahoney was serious minded in his playing, I consider this a great thing.”

Tommie Potts, 1972
Brendan E. O'Mahony, Liam O'Connor and Mick O'Connor
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The boys of Bluehill, hornpipe ; Sweep's, hornpipe / Séamus O'Mahony, fiddle ; Brendan E. O'Mahony, piano

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  • The Salamanca l ; Hand me down the tackle / Séamus O'Mahony

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  • An raibh tú ag an gcarraig / Séamus O'Mahony

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“Ensuring that the Rowsome tradition of piping and music-making was passed on to his family to be safe for future generations, Leo left an enormous legacy of archival and commercial recordings. He continued his father’s work by completing his Tutor for the Uilleann pipes and dedicating it to him.”

Helena Rowsome Grimes, 2020
Leon, Olivia, Leo, Helena, Helena, & Liam Rowsome. Image courtesy Helena Rowsome Grimes

“Leo was one of the last of that very small band of uilleann pipe makers and his skill in reed making and in turning pipes was unrivalled. His head was stored with the traditional lore of his father and grandfather and of the Cash and Byrne families and to this knowledge was added the experience of a lifetime, backed by outstanding manual dexterity, eyes like a hawk, a keen, analytical brain and a most retentive memory.”

Seán Reid, 1975
William Rowsome. From: Irish folk music : a fascinating hobby / by Capt. Francis O'Neill (Chicago, 1910)
The All-Ireland Trio : Séamus O'Mahony, Leo Rowsome, and Neilus Cronin / unidentified photographer

The Collier’s, reel ; The Sligo Maid, reel / Leo Rowsome

Gillian’s Apples, jig ; The Maid of Tramore, jig / Leo Rowsome

Londonderry Air, air ; Parnell’s March, march / Leo Rowsome

Rí na bPíobairí Album Cover (Claddagh, 1959)
Leo Rowsome, 1960. Image courtesy Helena Rowsome Grimes
Leo Rowsome with pupils, including Betty Nevin and Paddy Moloney. Image courtesty Helen Rowsome Grimes
Cumann na bPiobairi Uilleann Membership Form. Courtesy Helena Rowsome Grimes
Helena & Leo Rowsome at Helena Rowsome Grimes Wedding, 1970. Images courtesy Helena Rowsome Grimes
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Leo Rowsome's Tutor for the Uileann Pipes (Waltons, 1936)

“As a mark of respect, particularly on International Women’s Day, I would like to give an outline of Mrs. Kathleen Harrington’s role in promoting Irish traditional music during her lifetime,”

Mick O'Connor, 2022
Top from left: Kathleen Harrington, Bridie Lafferty; Tilly Finn; Elizabeth Crotty Bottom left: Aggie Whyte, Bridie Whyte

Music in the glen, reel ; Longford collector, reel / Harrington Trio, instrumental music

Kincora Céilí Band

Jackson’s reel ; Johnny’s wedding, reel ; Hunter’s purse, reel / Kincora Céilí Band, instrumental music

The Siamsa Céilí Band, c. 1965

“Mrs. Harrington was a very important female musician at a time when very few women were prominent and visible among the musical fraternity.”

Mick O'Connor, 2022
Kathleen Harrington and Bridie Lafferty. Image courtesy Mick O'Connor

Bonnie Kate, reel ; The boys of the lough, reel / Kathleen Harrington, fiddle

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A nation once again / Peter Dawson

Peter Dawson,

1911

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  • God save Ireland / Walter McNally

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Kitty Malloy’s, polka ; and other polkas / Killoran’s `Pride of Erin’ Orchestra, instrumental group

Killoran’s `Pride of Erin’ Orchestra,

November 1934

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  • Fair Sligo, thee I now must leave, song / Jack Healy, singing in English

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  • Bantry Bay, hornpipe / Michael Hanafin, fiddle

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  • O’Connell’s reel ; The morning star, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

  • Danny boy, fox trot / Glenn Miller, trombone

  • The Irish jaunting car / John McGettigan, singing in English

  • Flowers of Adrigole, hornpipe ; and other hornpipes / Ed Gagan and His Orchestra, instrumental group

  • Johnny, will you marry me, song / Murty Rabbett, singing in English

  • The rocky road to Dublin, slip jig / Pat Roche’s Harp and Shamrock Orchestra, instrumental group

  • The Londonderry hornpipe / Myles O’Malley and His Orchestra, instrumental group

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Top of the malt, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band,

April 1927

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  • Top o’ Cork Road, jig ; Gallant Tipperary boys, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • Rory O’ More, jig ; Bridal jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Johnnie in the glen, reel ; O’Connell’s reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Miss Monaghan, reel ; The peeler’s jacket, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Fire in the mountain, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Ships a’ sailing, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Maid of the sweet brown knowe, waltz ; Believe me, if all those endearing charms, waltz

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  • Johnny will you marry me?, song / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band ; Murty Rabbett, singing in English

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  • The cat that ate the candle, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • The morning star, reel ; Rakish Paddy, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • The boys of Wexford, march ; God save Ireland, march / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • Tenpenny bit, jig ; Maid on the green, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Sailor on the rock, hornpipe ; Dan Sullivan’s favourite, hornpipe / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • Bold Jack Donohue, waltz ; Eileen Alannah, waltz / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Heathery breeze, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Paddy Whack, jig ; Saddle the pony, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • An Irishman’s gift to the ladies, jig ; Tatter Jack Welch, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • O’Connells reel ; The morning star, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • The girl I left behind me, march ; The rakes of Mallow, march / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • Connaught man’s rambles, jig ; A trip to the cottage, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • When the kettle boils over, jig ; Donnybrook fair, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • Old man Dillon, jig ; Walls of Liscara, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Londonderry hornpipe / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • My love is in America, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Blackberry blossom, reel ; Bonnie Kate, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Tie the ribbon, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Stanton’s hornpipe ; The little stack of wheat, hornpipe / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • The mouse in the cupboard, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

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  • Paddy Ryan’s dream, reel ; Star of Munster, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band

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  • Green grow the rushes o’, barndance / Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, [Murty Rabbett], lilting

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  • Jackson’s fancy, jig ; Apples in winter, jig / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/dansullivansshamrockband/?track=32
  • Boil the kettle early, reel / Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, instrumental group

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/dansullivansshamrockband/?track=33
  • 19 Songs
  • • Now Playing:

Frost is All Over / Mr. and Mrs. McNiff-Locke

Mrs. McNiffLocke,

1930s

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  • Frost is All Over / Mr. and Mrs. McNiff-Locke

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=1
  • Terry’s Rambles / Mr. and Mrs. McNiff-Locke

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=2
  • Off to the Hunt ; Butcher’s March / John Fahey ; Johnny Connors

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=3
  • Fair of Mullingar / Frank Quinn

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=4
  • Speed the plough ; Johnny Gorman / William N. Andrews, Joe Milton

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=5
  • Bonny Kate : First house of Connaught / William N. Andrews, Joe Milton

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=6
  • Night Cap ; Mysteries of Knock / Michael Gaffney

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=7
  • Londonderry Hornpipe / Frank Quinn ; Eddie Dunn

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=8
  • Tom Steel Medley / Flanagan Brothers

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=9
  • Three O’Clock in the Morning / Flanagan Brothers

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=10
  • IRA / Flanagan Brothers

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=11
  • The sidewalks of New York / Flanagan Brothers

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=12
  • Leitrim Thrush / Flanagan Brothers

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=13
  • Auld Blackthorn / The Flanagan Brothers

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=14
  • Stack of Barley / Edward Herborn ; James Wheeler

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=15
  • Rocky Road to Dublin / Edward Herborn ; James Wheeler

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=16
  • Miss Dalton’s Reel / Edward Herborn ; James Wheeler

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=17
  • Mouse in the Cupboard / Edward Herborn ; James Wheeler

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=18
  • Kitty Malloy’s favourite ; Bonnie Annie / Paddy Killoran’s ‘Pride of Erin’ orchestra

    • https://staging.itma.ie/playlists/with-a-banjo-on-my-knee/?track=19
  • 13 Songs
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Irish rambles, barndances / Jackie Roche and His Irish Dance Band, instrumental group

Jackie Roche and his Irish Dance Band,

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  • Irish rambles, barndances / Jackie Roche and His Irish Dance Band, instrumental group

  • The heart of man, barndance / Flanagan Brothers

  • Barndance selection, barndances / Moate Ceilidhe Band, instrumental group

  • Shamrock barndance / Terry Lane, accordion

  • Boys from the County Cork, barndance / Martin Beirne and His Orchestra, instrumental group

  • The ballroom favourite, barndance / John McKenna, flute, & others

  • Gannon’s favourite, barndances / Louis E. Quinn and His Shamrock Minstrels, instrumental group

  • Batt Henry’s favourite, barndance / Paddy Killoran, fiddle, & Patty Sweeney, fiddle

  • By heck, barndance / The Irish Big Four, instrumental group

  • Mrs Kenny’s barndance / Michael Coleman, fiddle

  • If we hadn’t any women in the world, barndance / James Morrison, fiddle

  • Kerry Mills barndance / Flanagan Brothers, instrumental group

  • Untitled, barndance / P.J. Conlon, accordion

  • 16 Songs
  • • Now Playing:

Finghin Ua Donnchadha an ghleanna, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

Denis Cox,

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  • Finghin Ua Donnchadha an ghleanna, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Ceann dubh dílis, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Binsin lucra, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Bab o ro, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Sliabh na mBan, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Mo teaglag, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Goirtín eornan, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Óró ‘sé do bheatha ‘bhaile, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Cailín na gruaige donne, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Suantraidhe, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Na smeura, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • An turin lin, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Cath Chéim an Fhiadh, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Róisín dubh, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Úna bhán, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • Sail óg ruad, song / Denis Cox, singing in Irish

  • 14 Songs
  • • Now Playing:

Kitty’s Rambles, jig ; Donnybrook Fair, jig ; The Butcher’s March, jig / Leo Rowsome

Leo Rowsome,

1926

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  • Kitty’s Rambles, jig ; Donnybrook Fair, jig ; The Butcher’s March, jig / Leo Rowsome

  • Day Dreams, waltz ; Low-Backed Car, waltz / Leo Rowsome

  • Londonderry Air, air ; Parnell’s March, march / Leo Rowsome

  • Slievenamon, air / Leo Rowsome

  • The Collier’s, reel ; The Sligo Maid, reel / Leo Rowsome

  • The Plains of Boyle, hornpipe ; The Bantry Hornpipe / Leo Rowsome, uilleann pipes

  • The Bunch of Keys, reel ; Buckley’s Fancy, reel / Leo Rowsome

  • Gillian’s Apples, jig ; The Maid of Tramore, jig / Leo Rowsome

  • St. Patrick’s Day, set dance / Leo Rowsome and His Irish Pipers Band

  • The Blackbird, set dance / Leo Rowsome and His Irish Pipers Band

  • Jockey at the Fair = Jockey to the Fair, set dance / Leo Rowsome

  • Hornpipe Medley intro ; Independent Hornpipe ; Star Hornpipe / Leo Rowsome

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Parlophone Records : words of songs in Irish / sung by Donnchadh Mac Coiligh = Denis Cox

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