Label: Homespun Records - HRL119 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk, Celtic
The following are often-sung Irish folk ballads and folksongs. The songs are arranged by theme under two main categories of 'Politics and soldiering' and 'Non-political' and are not necessarily contemporary to the events to which they relate.
Songs may fit into more than one category, but where possible are grouped uniquely to where is most appropriate. Songs relating to the Irish Rebellion of though not necessarily contemporary :. These songs can be grouped as: aislingsbroken token songs, night visiting songs, Boys Of Co.Mayo - Connie Foley - Singing Through Ireland songs, etc. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Soodlum's Irish Ballad Book. Sustained By Hatred (Rambo 4) - Oozing Wound - Retrash York: Oak publications.
Retrieved 15 August One Voice. Treasury of Irish Songs and Ballads. Dublin: Walton's Music. Digital Tradition Mudcat mirror. Digital Tradition. April Retrieved 20 September Published by Red Hand Books. More Irish Street Ballads. Dublin: Three Candles Press. Irish Street Ballads. The Irish Songbook.
New York: Wise Publications. The Vaughan Williams Memorial Library. Retrieved 30 April Remembering the year of the French: Irish folk history and social memory. Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press. Healy, Ballads from the pubs of Ireland. Passing the time in Ballymenone: culture and history of an Ulster community. University of Pennsylvania Press, Retrieved 30 April — via YouTube.
The Kerryman, Tralee, Goodbye Twilight: Songs of Struggle in Ireland. London: Lawrence and Wishart. Retrieved 24 June Retrieved 22 October The Balladeers. Archived from the original on 9 January Retrieved 10 October The Teresa Brayton Heritage Group.
Kilcock, County Kildare. I'll live till I die. Leitrim: Drumlin Publications. Archived from the original on 19 July Retrieved 12 August New American Library.
Prose, Poems and Parodies of Percy French. Dublin: The Talbot Press. Dublin, Archived from the original on 3 March Claisceadal 1: Irish Folk Songs and Accompaniments.
Canadian Journal for Traditional Music. Retrieved 6 November Songs of Hugh McWilliams, Schoolmaster, Portrush: Ulstersongs. Ossian Publications. Retrieved 17 May Retrieved 1 February Archived Boys Of Co.Mayo - Connie Foley - Singing Through Ireland the original on 6 January Mark F. Ryan,Fenian Memories, Edited by T. O'Sullivan, M. Retrieved 10 August Lloyd, Folksong in England London,pp. It was collected in County Cork in and the singer said he learned it in Dublin in The Traditional Ballad Index.
California State University, Fresno. Retrieved 7 August Glasgow Broadside Ballads. University of Glasgow. Pacific, Missouri: Mel Bay Publications.
Archived from the original on 31 March The Irish Times. Roud Folksong Index S Vaughan Williams Memorial Library. Retrieved 19 March Pond, New York, IV, p. Hidden categories: All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from June Articles with Atomic Carnage - Bestial Reviler / Abigail - Russo-Japanese Metal War dead external links Webarchive template wayback links Webarchive template archiveis links EngvarB from July Use dmy dates from July Articles containing Irish-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Namespaces Article Talk.
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