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/ dedicate this book

to the

in

The

language has come

Irish

stem the tide of

memory of my wife n-ho was a Noble helpmate and


all my work and especially in my Gaelic work.

"^

me

Inspiration to

and narrow-mindedness may hinder, but can no long-er

to stay; prejudice

advancement. As the language advances, so will also the demand for the music born af

its

that language.
In order that this music be understood,

Though our modern major

lows.

modes) the modern minor

its

underlying. principles which are as fol


is

really

mode

harmonic form, has no place whatever

modes being the basis of

their <?oii9truction;

to.

thirteen of the Gregorian

being

in this music, the airs

each air notes have been ap-

Though micro tones are quite audible in the singing of the traditional singers,we
among the plain chant singers before the advent of. the organ. We also know that, in
key board temperament, the finer the ear of the professional singer, the more likely he is to make

pended explaining

its

mode.

that these existed

spite of- the

from the key board temperament as do also good Violinists.

slight deviations

modal basis

traditional singers, that the

the

once more reiterate

sometimes met with, (which

is

scale, melodic or

entirely modal, the ecclesiastical

know

scale

Ulan pipe

the only one

is

was

a fixed

have found by listening

which can give us a sure guiding

(the only genuine Irish instrument left to us) is a free

ancient Irish harp,

Though

principle.

temperament instrument, no doubt, the

temperament instrument and the harpers played

they had no pedals and secondly to avoid the necessity of retuning,

to

in the

modes,

because

first,

their instruments forbade

any other con-

dition of things.

must be clearly understood,

It

music which must be

English verse;

based on sound principles.

iginal accentuation as could be gained

fied

in part

Though

is

and

two of

is

have made the English version myself so as

this

work, so here,

have endeavoured

am

heartil5'^ in

sympathy

am

advocated and exempli-

particularly indebted to Mai^jieat)

me and

witii those

to follow the principles

for

many songs which

who would wish

2lnna54m for

tu

have taken

down from

all

her.

to see a school of Original Irish Music,

necessary before the advent of such a school of composition that musicians clearly understand the

then, and not

till

known

to the traditional singers;

when

we have true original Irish composition. Anglo-Irish


thing - No National language, no National art.

then, shall

poor makeshift for the real

have to thank Cai^l

baoi^ill

my direction; this has


"O0CJI1CJ15 who also assisted xxy
collected the airs and those who

notes under

in

have spared no pains to make the English version a reflex of the original.

proper method of syllabling Irish poetry as

seems peculiar and arbitrary, but which,

first sight

by a non-Irish speaker.

the explanation and illustrations she has given

it

dif-

our non-Irish speaking teachers of singing would take the trouble

If

by the best exponents of traditional singing.

think

assonantal and totally

as far as possible syllable for syllable with the Gaelic, to show the non-Gaelic speaker what the real

Irish accentuation

As

is

themselves the English version given with each song, they would get as good an idea of the or-

to sing for

to tally

the true guide to the rhythm of the

our teachers of singing once try to realise this fact and they will

let

endeavour to master a rhythm and phrasing which at


reality, is

is

cases subservient to the rhythm of the poetry which

in all

ferent in construction to

that the accentuation of Irish poetry

who has

debt of gratitude to

'^o\t)\\\\x\

Hac

has been mastered,

poetry and music

transcribing and correcting the words.


transcribed for

me

all.

have to thank Liam

have to thank those from

the wprds from the singers.

thank

21oiT)niiii

Rathlin Island songs which will be printed in due course.

Sitea^oiit

but a

is

transcribed the Sol-fa notation so carefully over the staff

been done to bring the melodies within reach of

5oi|ifor ""OotimaU a-jur Ko'tia5"and other

this

who has done

real earnest

work

for the restoring

and

whom

Mac

5jiea-

We owe

collecting of

Rathlin Island stories and songs.


I

dedicate this book to the

my work and

especially in

my

memory

of

my

wife

who was

a Noble helpmate and Inspiration to

Gaelic work.

Carl
C.G.H.5

G.

Hardebeck.

me

in ail

QAtnonn ah Cnutc.
(NED OF THE

HTLLS.)

^ English translation

Arranged
by

by
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23

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DON DEELISH.)

Music arranged
by

by

CARL

G.

HARDEBECK.

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711

27
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16,

lone,

i=

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turn

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heart -sore.

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de

on!.

spair

nit

tio_

}tan-aitic

not

the

fo(,''s

^p

an

jcoifoirt,

(lav

is

o'er.

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-oub'

o'er

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t^

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^i

^m

'hill

f=

a tempo maestoso
n'

ti'

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il

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d'

zy

^^

^'

bpo^.

i^ean-a

umph

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r^

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in

hS*-*-

ceoij,

dale

2I7;

Shall

r
1

tir

26

2tmfiam car Clamu Hac lonnlai^.


(

Battle

Song

of

Clann Mac Ginley.)

MY FATHER'S
{Original

Poetry bv

STORY.

So/ig-.j

Music by

CARL

P.T. MCGINLEY.

Doh

Maestoso

e con spirito.(J

is

.,

mT

-X

11

Oft

says

my

fa

aip

bpuil.

SO
to

ther

me _

,r

.-

:m

'

in

in's

,f

&

43

iiieip

thral

dom

of

bold

for

|-ai

eign

rob

,^

,m

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eauu

ov

er

ail

aU.

the

sea.

00
That

bpuil

;fc

regard*'(l as beinf^ in tlie

Reh

V
F'Oft

brave

j^

or Dnriah mode.

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fS^ic

na

n^aet)eal

no

ble

race

C.G.H.5

fine spirited style of the

poem

J-

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from

.,s

bers

:f

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le

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>

cap

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pmacc

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^
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ac

w s

ttJO

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fie

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is

&

justifies its insertion here.

27

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ta .

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:1

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pa

le

slav

ill

}l

,f

11

.,d

^=?^Jv
puil

f-rm.

land

will

Ji

na

er

:r

.,1

one

out

'w ith

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bri^-ht

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.m

i^^

their

that

.s

II

la5.

50
be

:-

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r'

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.-

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nac

time

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free

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was

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when.

once

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am

met

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ar

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er _

for

pan

-h.

,who

thieves,

came

na
the

Id'

.,1

.1

21ct

'Hall',

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sea

^^
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3inre-

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in's

i
/

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nuaip

o,

eig-n

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inn

bold

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iiBift

J^

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>>:

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II

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I

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ray

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{l

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fe:

II

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ip

c|ieui

pifi

brave

her

oes

Ji.

le

with

te

ife

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-es

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sword and

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,11

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ce

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know

my

i>

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wheth

er

this

^3i^

fill

that

Jl

J^'^

i^ ^

^
ii-jb

the sto

ry

heard

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h

=:i

:-

.r

- ft

Jim

my

11

i^e-

jati

pcari.

by

day.

iE

5E5EEt

^ EEiE

bfied5_
true
or

be

tale

,m

^
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2Jcc

false

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^^

.,d

Ir

mo

.,m

:f

.,s

II.

o^iT)

dad say.

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4^

i^i^^i

^i^i

m^^

m^EEi

9,

. :

,1

^.

great

on

nie

the

sor

f3i

.,s

,ta

.-i-

50
that

row
-7

lei

I'm

i:

f
C.G H 5

1^-7-1^

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WWW

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^^

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.1

and_

Jl

night

F
II

is.

cuifi

by

k:

1^

^au

.s

.t

.f

no

dim.
r

11

.,1

411

self

men

.m

^^ ^^

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natii-ati

the foe-

jm

not

fUfoe

.s

II

SEEjE

I
^5

II

0-

lif

lonti

.s

P
,r'..-

21^

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:r'

axe. Gave fight to

with battle

i
i)7

.,ni

,f

II.

:1

:r

.,r

^S

r'

ce

50

not

in

my

0I|1

<"?0

man

hood

Th^it

lii

...

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tiiap

bur-dens Er-

in

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ra

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Ir

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:r

II

peiti

'^uy

and my bro

.-

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tiM rejfi-ca

:-

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pa
thers

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r^

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'

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self

ITle

bore.

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i^^

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.-

^:) bpeic-pitiii

the

all

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if

un-der- stand

might

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tie

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le

dom once more-

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ve^c

he

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re

le

and

his

as*

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tui

my

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:-

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:-

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II

'

Id'

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leif;

me

peiiif^eala

oft

read

the sto-ry

dear coun

d'

.J

Brian

le

j*eo,

and

try,

.1

,m

^^ i

bpiaii TTlofi

a|i

of

king

of

Er

eauti

bo

in.

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i
j

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itiaoif

in

s
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puai^-pea

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bo
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^
m mm ^^ ^m

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free

ttiaoiy*

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^
II

.,1

^
cean

brave sol

fc

peaji

diers

le

the

^
i

^^

d'

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plun

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r
C.C7.H.5

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lann-ai^ib
der

ers

.,1

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i
a'

did

bU\\

pleir^e.

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slay.

i
t

^^'...-.'.^.^^

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,

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Rd

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30
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ed

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my

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ings

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es

caped

from

the

:-

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pein

ati

self

wheth

er

.,1

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.}

til)

jm

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:d

.-

false,

S i=t:lE

.,1^

bpea5

be true or

tale

this

jsssj s

:-

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fray.

n4

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II

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the

is.

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mu
ry

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fore

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our

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leiit

i>-^-^

lead - ers

know

that

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50
ish

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llr'

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.,m

Dan

proud

the

^5

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fin

}
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i).

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lueiji

tia

their great

of

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:f

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one

i)

thou- sands.

in

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iI
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say.

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i
C.G.H.5

31

Oc, Oc, 6tl^t5 let^eAf

"OCH, OCH, EIRIE LIGIS OH!"

English words by

CARL

G.

Arranged by

CARL

HARDEBECK.

Andante mosso.

ss

(G

is

f^

,r

.m

Och,

f FF

3n=?7

flegg

^^-i

.s,

111,

nn

:1.

?F

>-

pern

ui

were

in

4^

una corda

jsr

3=

wbeinn

2lnt

-oe

Cuan

In

de

Cuan

'Tis

:m

.r

^S

ai
I

.m

5*

ii

.m

lim

:r

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lioin

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.s,

^e
1,

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I

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:m

jj*
1

'

:m,

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leave

m
^

Lah mode though

XE

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soon,

it

.,r

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xn

TT-

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S
5leaun

court-ing-

jT

a
n't

is in

f-liab

ffl

The_

down

F|} (te)

cue

tia^

Cuac

koo Glen

le

Dom

on

Sun

day,

r-

y|I^^E
:^t=:

ce

that would

pleas-ant going a

Note. This melody

*1

ffi

Ty

'

.1,

^^
Air

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r^

J^

if

^=^

.d

:r

J^

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tfy

HARDEBECK.

Doh.)

*^

G.

and

*
(fah^ do not

C.G.H.5

51:

appear

in the melody.

sr..^

3'^

tempo

.s.

I:

,1.

:s,

:s,

:1.

.1,

^^mJiiiL^f^^}rr-rw^^'^'^=F=^
21

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Och Och

its

6ip

15

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ie

e.fi
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rit

ii
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o.

is

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oc

oc

^uf

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m

tewto
teniPo

5'r

0;.

'Se

Mo

cjioifie

gus_

oh,-

'Tis

my

heart

'ci
that's

Wi
n7.

duv

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:1,

/O

b4t6ii

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black

with

row.

sor

E^

3^

r-/

a
.d

,r

.m

31:

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3^3=

una

corde

ic
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:1.

a
lFg-##^

TIjc

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lone,

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^ri

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,d

:m

,m

k
i^ ^^P

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that's

tni

aim

i*e

wea-ry-

ing-

CO yda "p

^
a

juc

C01U15

Ion

word

of

^
'^^

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IF=^

out one

n'jiciiim
-

.r

pac

xe:

lioiit peiti

5_^

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loiizst:

TE

my

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.d

,r

JlSI

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me

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:r

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^^^
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f^
cup

feo
here

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111,

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ri

n:

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i
tri

tempo

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lott

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o:

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15

31:

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pub

tio

,r

:m

,r

XE

an cpeuii,

news from

The

home.

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XE

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C.G.H.5

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ii

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ban

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d
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1,

tiaop-^ac

ac

corn crakes croak would

.a
d

I
i

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be,

aic

mm

och

its

:d
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peiii

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a tempo
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21 -5111*

oc,

oc,

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och

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,1,

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ild

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31:

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c|ioiTie

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my

heart

r.\

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that's

tl

5 t=^
f fi
tri corde

fV^-

15

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duv

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rie

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i

:1,

yjv-

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rfioiti

black with

sor

row.

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c;

1.

I:

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lei5

15

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day
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:fe

51:

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tuc

Sun

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af

y^

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<>

'tis

.d

a'

peiti

the pleas-ant

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zz
3
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,r

jm

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pn

iiibejT)

1,

^^

^^^

d^jtn pern jc

had

but

.s,

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coic

__

w^

fiatii

?F

^1

c orda

^^
r.G.H.5

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boat and oar_

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JQC

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.m ,m

21

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J21

TT

J4

,r

.rn

.m

:rn

^^

>^-^-^tr^
"0'ioiH4

would see

leij-

j'

cfiaiiu.

place

no

more,

tnn

fia

this

^
i ^^

3=

?E:3 W

W=^a

:m

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m:

.m

i'

J^

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50

hie

to

my

I'd

i:

17

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Ij.

W=^

n'f.

^m f
:m,

.s,

11,

.d

,r

/TV

:d

,r

TC

.s,

feE^EE^

:1,

1,

-T^V

lit II

own

dear

Were

shore,

*a

but

it

die

Eir

in

f=f^=^

to

rf

inn.

3
r

r-

SC

'C

a tempo
{:

.s,

,1,

.d

?=5^5
^
^

i^
-21 -

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'

<!

-*^

.s,

PI,

och

'tis

och Eir

edf

,m

^mm

.m

r\

5"r
a

i^
t

^E:[^i

,r

Eir

i'-

be

mo

oh,.

'Tis

my

cfioine

heart

BC

m
C.G.H.5

ie

Vun

Ion

Dub
duv

31:

xc

i
,r

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0,-

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B^

:s

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.r

5E5
as

oh,

xc

rit.

SEE

5e

lig - is

ie

EC

Id

:s,

:1,

3=
lei^

a tempo

.s,

5ur

i^
^m

^-#

:s,

I
:d

II.

:1.

V?t
J>

r
bpon

ra
that's black

with

sor

mP

row.
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35

Caz Ceim au
Andante con moto.
{:

as

8o

ft At).

(Key D)

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i J

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Coif.

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2::

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.-

,(i

:r

sH^y

,d

.-

,r

Id

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.^'

:ir;

,d

.-

iiiiji
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.d

abann
sweet

"Sleaiuia'ti

Glen Kee

^#"

^,^^

Ce -ma
ma- nee -a

F^

W^

f-^T^^ fr^^T^=H^

^
*^3a

^5eS

w mf

it If

Id

To_

,r

Im

iJ^ilg
111

lllb

in

her

,d

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ty

ex

.-

.t

P'

L^O'^- M\i

beau

s
,1

i
mjL\\

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f
;

pcean an

44

:m

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J^

i)

piat)

Y'^^"

Ir

.r

i)ioin

ce

straydwheredeer wereseek-ing

.in

,fn

.-

1j

cun
their

r"'t^

"

coTi-la

nights peace-ful

got this from

Margaret NeiJlon. Co: Tipperary.


C.C.H.5

,1

.m

jn^J--^^

5^5

::si

ail

1*05

rest

R.H.

Note.

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t^

WIT'

ir:r

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tj^> *i

n^.'ir^yj'L''.')a''^g'"^=

a tempo
d

l;

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r;

Id ,d

.d

-.r

J'

sat

:1

pein

"oeaH

a"

me down todream-ing

gSJ
.,d

^P

i^

ir;

binn

5ui:

peace

filled

WJ-^
na

.s

2I5

eif

The

calm

i'-

"Peace

rf^^p;
ciMcc

shook

^^

..d'

:r'

le

fianf

the ground

:-

.t

Id'

f?+^le

the

puaitu

p
ail

TOL

S^i^a

i>i' ;>
t

jcoil-ctb

le

with

*
XE

22

f
cac

Sx\

trum

..S

:t

r
ai|iin

tramp of hor

.r

.,1

cuaV

Sud-den

.,1

Im

for- est mus-4c

45
and

pets blare

Lento.
Il

..r

Is

,s

Tluaifi a

breast.

:m

^g^

zr
n-eun

my

ta-tion

.\

Is

con musso a vtro

= 104)

,1

-g^

Allegro. (J

.t

f^

p:

.d'

fiituamce

tiio

and mak-ingmed-i

^ ^H

jtu

Ir

.t

^T-'-^J p

j^ ii

iiacctiait|*edl lioin

!m

.r

:1

^Vp.
t)0 c|iic

.1

a
ses com-ing

3
.t

fUab.
near.

I
r.o.H

IS

^f-'rw^ ^^

xn

'Sna|i

Broke

.1

mE

i:

sc

Tempo

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^

ils

*
^ii

37

I.

'

.1

.d

^ p?

.d

Id

:r

.r

N -

;^

ineiiin

liotti

my

on

i^j)

lis'-

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njloft

ning

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ear

J)

J)

pjfi

50

nain-.iT>-

the cru

'

])

J)

1)

titiji

slaugh-ter- ers

- el

j>

ji

1114(1

cioc

:1

ii^^
5^(1

-Ta ne

Ir'

.t

.t

,1

:-

Is

.,1

44

M Q ^^

^P

^^

In

.,r

con -41b

fu-ri-ous

.d'

tor- rent

nithe

5u|*

mo cpoipe

cutiia

Mv

rush-ing

heart

was an

.r

PI

tia

rain-

guish

riv -

:r

f^ifi

XE

^
s

2:

en

Si^

^
^

-^
Lento.

.s

iE

iS^

pari

to

like

*i

llm

j^

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^i^
^ f
jid

.,d:d

Id

I-

:-!-:-

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'

n'pa5 -4

*r

oap

5411

strick-en with

des

cfieoip.
-

pair.

^ m

i^^

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J^

f
&_

-^

ja

?F

3s:

TT

:-

i
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<=

^
1

f-P-f^

5 i>7

.d

:r

^_J^ rjrjr^.
#
i

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:5

.m

Now.

bean

pan

peaji

all

the land

^
r

C.G.H.5

.,d

.d

Id

.r

j> ^
j)
#} J)
#

J)

n4 p4if-Tie

inu

is

with

ring"-ing-

^
r

38

Lento.

\m

:1

air

.d'

Ir'

.t

Is

^^^^

-h

fieab

end

.t

ud

ociofi

ca

Im

.,r

^iTp

The

ex

i^

joil

no

iled

and

the

^^

mil

Y"-^
are

.m

.1

ce

la

ing ev-er

wail

^^ ^

I
f

'cu

bi

home-less

,s

,n

J,

.r

#F^i^j>^^iv^H^7"ir ^

Tla

less des^air-ing"

:ni

.,1

XE

i
a tempo
s

^
.,1

:sr

22

J^

l:^

j)

Be

R.H.

H.

*^1

ai

Irzzi

^^11

.s

:1

Ir'

.t

.d'

Jl^'p

pF

lai

na ocitn-ceaU

rav - a

"oni

ges of

hell

p
hounds

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:*

.d

j)

>

.r

j)
<>

an tt^ajt-Ta
hour-ly

aji

dai

Id

50
the

ly,

iEEEl

-0

i-j-

%a.
m

.,d

*
jUL_ji
^>
T*

hold -ing

L. //.

ap^

:r

peac-aitic

2I5

more

.d

.t

Is

,1

.,1

J'-

[j

:in

.,m

Ir ,r

.-

.rid

^Mv iij^A

,d .-

;,I2 jij>

2I5
iSm - ac ''5U|' 45 iTon-aT)
Their plun - der- ing and slay-ing

.,d

^.

^
iia

from

moun-tain

to

co fuoco

lid

^fe
I

IF

i
r3~~^

Is

.,$

.,1

:d

ncfieo

2trt

I1U5

5 up

shore

rose

the shout

.1

leai;

both

It

^^
.r'

,d'

bpar?

T^cem-

near and far.

.n'

t
'Se

Come
4L

C.G.H.5

39

^^

^&Z5.

3
a

.d^

can

cac

and smite

the

Sax

50

ter

Tempo

If

X
'Ci

He

JL^'-

ttiea|i

.1

^'
0 4
on

.d

:r

w
^Fi.

ji
jr

na

na

DAjt

roes

\\\^

came and

j^
-

war-

Is

-^

host

.d

j)

;t

f'T^-J

iJt

I.

.d

Ilm

..1

5lujii-|-iTi

scat

:t

,r

Im

1^^

.m

Is

.,r' Id'

:t

pg^^

J^

ijr^

Be

they for ev

^ r^^^-^
.s

;1

Ir'

,r'

pifi

bring-- ing

riors

joy

un

to

the

Once

hope-less ones

m:

:m

fei
-

am

more

f
ea

the

.d

Ir

.,m

^
S

5^5

T)A]\

na

pain

foe

is

fly -

lost

.ta

.d'

.,1

er

1^

le

ing-

and

J)

)-*an

scat

TT-

^
311

C.G.H.5

ji

.^
IT

ain

afi

feol

ter'd.

his

host.

W
"is:

40

^==

^^.'^

^^m

^ija.
^
Id

,d

.-

:r

.,d

i'-

bp4"oa

"ouititt

ah! not

long

Id

^^[^jv-|

fe

.d

i J'

.r

lin

J)

ji

^'^m

lai"o

E^

.^

iji

'iia

T)riiiicej!l

foe

we

hat-ed

E^

k ]m

^h

nT>aom-eY

3
a

^AC
with

blight- ing-

=^=

less;'

^
s

Jiii
bAtifiJC

spoil-ing,

.d

jij)
rj'^
w

>
-

vas-ta-ting

.s

:1

.t

J^^'M
bap-tiecc a- juj*

Ir'

.d

Is

t
5ceo

bin

hand

De

t
C.G.H.5

^S

.1

:m

M^

Im

.r

beechep

Crom-well and his min-ions

-M

i:

J^H

v:>

Im

.n,

i
A

^f

bini-bjil "cu

"ti-x

de

Id

fe

r:\

ing

%d.
.,d

j)

f
f

lead-ers

e3e

and

:r

.,r

XE

{Id ,d .-

:-

scat-ter-ing-

u:

slay

.m

i'7uti

..1

paoi n

,1

'^^ Mxj

tnaoilmn

ruth

Is

.m

j^

K ;^g

EEi
^

.r

*h

f?

Lento.

*:

the

.d'

Ir'

Efe

Im

^^iJ^^f-H^
m
^

J^

came

till

.t

i;

we wait- ed

:1

J'

50 ocaini5

[^:^n-^

N.

.PI

But-

j=j

fe

3e1

:-

:S

of

PP^

I E^

cru

e'

r^
2;:

41
Furioso, Allegro appassionato. J
Id

:d ,d .-

.d

p^^

s
mil

ce

eil

mur-drous

w^

:-

:d'

pf=i

if

Ven

of

geance

,s

.d'

:4F2=#^

5dn
T^an

clu
:lu

ii4C
\\dt

^'

g^

wroug-ht hav

this land

:-

-^
.1

.,m

Is

Is

.1

lg=p=^-.i^--^ J^

i'

^jm

pjo-

they.

for

ev- er

^3

<*^=^

1]*-

ZE

cil
cib

mea|i4

the

damn'd

mong-

^i

i=^

3
fe^

.m

Id'

,d .-

Id

10m

50

and

for aye.

CesD

"oeo.

Praise

:r

r^i

-^s#li^=#^^g

u^

tia

- ber'd

.d

Id

.,d

j, j>

yj

J,

nap

h-lopa

le

bove

for

ev

who

er

S^EE^

^^^1-j

f
!!m

,m

.s

Ir'

.t

:1

#^UiJi^^PP
T)io-la-ma}i

jfi

Jti

from us our bonds hath

Pf

#=5

EEfe

e:-^

.d'

Is

''^

h w ^N

iLJ.

Tir<ii|i

21c

riv- en

To

i^ i
t

?!

a5 Te^n

-r

''1

"i^

rtv

jfj

.r

St*'!

hearth and home re-store us.

Now

atn

.d

:-

.d

Id

:-

inn-|'mc

s\\

joy-ous_ and

r^5free.

o:

t
TH
s:

i
C.G.H.S

I-

hj^

hlJi

^fmm oe

beir

m
be nurn

inop

niol-ar

God a

,1

I.

r^=j^f^^r^

:1

meaj"^

Tempo
..r

,S

:t

,1

cem

?5o

dark

:t

bpiasi

r^an
J*e4n

Allegro.
a

,t

xc

r^"=^

Lento.

'SeD.

d'

,t

^jn
oc

{It

.-r'

-s;jrt

^^

in

^an
jan

11164]*
liiear

that

ll

stark

'J^.

:t

them

strike

.1

511

r"

.,PT

5an

God

band

!ld'

:-

.r'

leo

hell-ish

,d'

It

^ 112

-a

%2

hotiA

leAtAt)At\iCe.

Allesrretto scherzoso.

J- = 66

(Doh

E),

is

a tempo

rit.

u&

{Is

:s

p
cuiiui

:s

.1

ll

'feafi

:1.

:1

beacui5-edT>

,m

it

io

S
it

S^^

j
J'

2I5

^.

-*

rit.
/I

li

^-tf

IS

i'

DuiU
feft

PI

:m

J>
-

eaiii

IQ
d

:r

J^
o

J,
bajiji

i
^

^
:1.

:1.

:m
>

"Oi.A)i-mui-o

'

^r

^^

j
it

<7

?^^E

:m

p=
<4
? wT

i^
CJOJl

tempo

W
j
'1^

'^.

rt

S
S

W
H
h-2J oro

iij

ne

ffi

Hi

tempo

C.G.H.5

Ji

i>

tn

T>eap

c-i|i

^\

m
rt

^fe

This song must be taken accordintj to the metronome, not too fast. In the
original. This leading note did not seem in keeping with an Irish air and as
in this version.

:s

tempo

s
bar of the Chorus the note D was in the
some sing C instead of D, I have written C

la.st

43
rit.

"U
ft

:s

Is

:s

a tempo

ll

:1

;tz^T^^^
4c

com

4J1

cui|i

W=f='
it

le

:m

Is

M J
i^

f^iiU

6ji|*

'^tt
--^t

^^z:

<^.

Tempo

:1.

t:

S
bi

:1,

bat)

an

41)16.

3c Ut)

i^

DO

bdc

a tempo

^
S

giusto.
Id

3r

CO

im

^
bo

b6

bo

:s

s^
leau

Tid

fe

^^

i^ ^
:s

111

4T)4lt1C

U,

Id

:m

Ipi

bo

fi

Id

:1,

S
bo

^
cfean

ti

C40|i

C4C;

4"oaft

^m ^^

f-

#N
:m

Id

S
bo

bo

na

s,

lejc

f
-

4T4I|ic

^^
^

C.G.H.5

:m

Im

:s

ll

~0^

*=*i

Id

'-y^^-^
4}i

J)

S
i

5
H=^
rit.

J^

:r

#-=

i)
#L-i-

bo Djiuim

:m

i)
#
pionii

44

*A

:m

Ir

?e

:r

Afi^

d'y

:1,

Id

:1,

'

J)
cA

n'}l-eaTi-ap

bpuif;biiin

rit.

ue

:m

:1

:1

lioiiv

(la

TS''^" '"S

5'^

bpeic-jMnn

IP^

mo

it

S
it

r
^

'^.

a tempo

a8^5^

.ml

111

:m

p-T^r^-

Hi

caop

rit.
:m

j)

J,

:m

Is

j^

ap

oop-an*

maiT>-ui

no

:-

:-

'^c

fe

pafi

Is

:s

:s

ll

:1

.1

:1

^^PN^^P^^
1*1

bam

tie

-potu

beac-oc

a'n

ri

Bw=r^

oiTice

fit.
:s

^
=B=
-t

:^

a tempo
lU
:s

Ir

ii:

5:

"Cal

:1|

tempo

'^.

;1,

^jr^^^ S

j)

fc

Id

:r

ceacc cim an

2^5

aSai

5:

ll

:s

fr=-p-hp-p-^L2|_ p
b'^eapfi

i.

Is

^
rotn

a tempo
:m

i'm

n!i>

^^

Cuip

peaf>

|i'

})

J)
-

Is

:in

#^
:n

J4ck

|*i

j|i

bo

:r

:m

bo

^
leac

mo

^u^l

:s

im

:n

bo

afianic

:1.

iA

Id

;^^

^
-

im

dT)4p

Id

Ir

bo

C4C

A
i

cao|t

"

bo

:r

^1

^^
{l^__^.

bo

-Jill 11.

r^^

,tt.i

\m

:s

iu\

45

rf-eail

Id

g:iusto.

}/t

-oeaf

:1,

Id

4\'

:1,

dS

'

-oitt

?E::^a

Id

:r

Tempo

b$

^m
:m

bo

:s

na

lear

f
Si
Pifgf

111

*A

:s

^^#

^
Bie

f'

bo

anjific

:m

Im

i'^

i^

rm

J'

T)}tuim-pion

Ir

:pi

J'

J^
-oe

ups

^^ ^^
:r

S\-

Id

:1,

u'pean-aft

:1,

cJi

i^i^i

s
J

g
C.G.H.Sr

Id

bpui^bitm

:d

II.

4i

An

Su^df teif

n6Aet)i\'5

WHITE (Fionn).
CARL G. HARDEBECK.

Melody by H.
Arranged by

Allegro moderato. Maestoso.


=R=

^
ii

\>

call

ttiaiii

^.

:r

i^

Id

nTJUit;

-^

P-'

tTo^

[?
-

am

ai-n

1,

11,

Ij^.

ce

05

:t

:-

Id

:1,

.li

TO

Is

^'^'

J'-

J'J^

:m

:- .r

50

r^^r

li-ion

M"
50

j^

-oaui

:1

je^n-r

Ur

?^

is

ir
ni

:- .m

:d

Id

^TF

^^ y"
bl

61

paon

:d

^
-

}i6

dx>

clii

ceac

^:

:- .t

:-

Ir

:m

:- .f

Id'

"f

[?

ii
-

-I*-

5
:- .1

:S,

g
Is

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1^,

m
:S|

ii
a}i

V-

^;

aiTi

S,

3:

:- .m

S
^''

ii)

^05

1.

:-

Id

:s,

.s,

Ild

:-

ild

:r

Im

ri^.
la^

hf,

:m

:- .r

J^J

ho

}t6,

i^
:-

Is

.1

:S

ai-o

^^

'Cog

I
r

t^

r
Ild'

:- .s

:m

^
|*uaf

lei|*

ail

tiSaeT)

:s,

r^

:d

Ir

p^

ii

1I5

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/O

E
IT"^

fc

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*~*

(S

^
v:^.

Note. The words of this song are an adaptation (at my request) by SeajjiiO Cacain, from the Original Gaelic words by Duncan Reid,
Glasgow. I publish this song by the kind permission of the late H.Why tc (Fionn), and at the request of many Gaelic Leaguers.
It

makes a

fine rallying song.

C.G.H.5

47
:- .1,

lsi

:t|

cah'-

ttiyiui

;>
ifa

:- .r

Id

:m

:-

Is

:s

.1

j^.^^^j^-ffr
H-615'

I,

CArt'-

Y'

na

n ^^

:- .s

Is

[T

itiaiii

:m

If

ir

:- .m

Is

:d

m^m

Can'

h-aoij*

:S

finti

Aft

rif

'

^
#:

#:

^^

:- .r

Im

:r

Is

.f

Ir

h^r-^ ^
^

CAti'

tnjiiu

:- .1

:- .m

Is

:s

jf-TF r

an

jaoil

j>

J-

t^a

fi

'noif

^'J^

40|*

ca

:-

Id

:d

Jv

adr

cac

a'f

cpeati

^i>J

rr^
Z).

.1

:s

Is

~^m ^^

caiU

Tlio|i

/C\

^^^^

:-

.f

af

Bea|ic,

nio|t

C al

Chorus.

Id

^
I'CftlOC

beim.

DO

r'

]^

fi

IT

a^

^
N.B. Omit introductory quaver

an beapla aj bajaipc 50 c|iuaiT)


dan'twain ap ntiuccai]* tto flu^ax) ^an cfiua'j

2l}i

'S ni

reafaro

puije

-50 -oUij* \e

]*i

^Y

can'nvain bufi n^aoil,

an bap 50 oci

TieifteaT)

nsuc, leacnui^ro

0, ro^aif) buft

moji-f-ftuc

2lc.c

cluinceajt a puaini

2l|i"n-femnif) a clu-]*an

an c-faojail.

2lY

tta lei^it) le

Tir 5eiU]^i"n
Clijt

}*e

jac peall

coifice 50
a'l*

ocu^ax) le natiiaro,

fpumeat)

o'n

can'mam na mbeann,
monat)

mbajfoacc
i

'

aY

^leann.

^ceol

tUaflax) -50 "oeo.

it

id*

clanna na

nSaeT>eal

hmi

]^aj*atHac nine

Le "juaihub a ceile a^ coj*ainc ^ac clue

nSae"6eal-

Bpa^a ye an buaifi

ea^coifi a

singing Verse 4.

5.

"D'a

21 ceajtc peini^ luactnap -oo

aji }:eaT)
i

coitiiijcij

3.

"O'aimDeoin jac ionnf*uiT)e

in

^-

2.

Ca

0, feafaiT) 50 ^aipceamail

le can'tnain buji

n^fiaf)'

21Y "^ cpeijiT) an SaeT)il5 anoi|' na 50 bjiac.

peat)^at; e 'fiua^'.

P, co^ai-o a btiacac 50 h-ajfo uifan cip,


'S bioT)

hcpeaca mapcannac

Tlt cftet5}:eam

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CHILD OF MY HEART
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