For other uses, see Tennessee Waltz disambiguation. University Press of Kentucky. Bar Biszick-Lockwood. Top Pop Records — Record Research.
Thorndike Press. Retrieved June 10, Dream Boogie: the triumph of Sam Cooke. Retrieved August 11, Otis Redding: an unfinished life. Essay Topics. Short Essay Questions. Short Essay Questions Key. Multiple Choice. Multiple Choice Key. Short Answer Questions. Short Answer Questions Key. Oral Reading Evaluation Sheet. Reading Assignment Sheet. Writing Evaluation Form. The melody with variation sets also appears in the music manuscript collection of Cumbrian musician John Rook. Gow Complete Repository , Part 2, ; pg.
T:Humours of Glen, The . B: Complete Repository, Part Second c N:"Supposed Irish". Z:Nigel Gatherer. S:John Rook music manuscript Cumbria, T:Humors of Glendart. The town of Glenflesk lies southeast of Killarney, near the Cork-Kerry border. T:Humours of Glenflesk, The. This air was supposedly composed by the blind Irish harper Turlough O'Carolan , according to Irish musicologist Grattan Flood whose attributions are much too often suspect , with words by Pierce Power, of Glynn, County Waterford.
It was anciently the seat of the influential Power s family. The song was an especial favorite with the Scots national poet Robert Burns, who used the air for his song "Their groves of sweet myrtle let foreign lands reckon. Ceol , vol. IV, No. A version from the Stephen Greir manuscript, Leitrim. T:Humors of Glynn . The Scottish version of the Irish tune in version 1.
T:Humors of Glynn . T:Humours of Glin . T:Humours of Glin, The . Scottish, Jig. II, ; No. T:Humours of Grai Namanoch, The. S:Aird, Vol. II T:Humours of Jerpoint, The. Ireland, West Clare. Source for notated version: John Kelly, Sr. Dublin, Ireland [Breathnach]. Learned from the Fisherstreet recording. T:Humours of Kilclogher. T:Humours of Kiltyclogher. T:Elizabeth Kelly's Delight. T:West Clare Jig. S:Maire O'Keeffe. R:single jig. John Glen finds the tune earliest in print in Joshua Campbell's collection pg.
Carlin The Gow Collection , ; No. A3 A T:Humors of Kilkenny. Composed by Falmouth, Massachusetts, musician and writer Bill Black. Lanacane is a parish in South Louth, Ireland.
T:Humours of Last Night, The. AKA and see " Judy Flannagan. John Glen finds the earliest printing of a tune by this title in Joshua Campbell's collection pg. T:Humors of Limerick, The . R:Single Jig. The tune appears under this title in the John E.
Pigot manuscript in the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin. Lissadell is a place name from County Sligo, the subject of some of the writings of the poet Yeats.
The tune was the composition of the great fiddler John McGrath of Co. Paddy Killoran. Various artists. T:Humors of Lisadel. D Dorian. Source for notated version: fiddler and accordion player John McGrath d. T:Humors of Liscarrol, The. Lisheen is a Lisheen is a crossroads settlement about a mile and a half from Knocknagree, County Kerry. Cranitch Irish Fiddle Book , ; No. T:Humours of Lisheen, The. C Major. Bayard Hill Country Tunes , ; No.
O'Neill Irish Folk Music , pg. Sullivan Session Tunes , vol. Goodman was an uilleann piper, and an Irish speaker who collected locally in County Cork and elsewhere in Munster. He also obtained tunes from manuscripts and printed collections. T:Humours of Listowel . S:James Goodman manuscripts mid th century. The disk contains a range of the music from various parts of the English speaking world that Topic Records has issued over its year history.
These include English folk songs, instrumentals including dance music, American blues, music hall and a recent composition that is regularly played by Irish folk groups. Track 2 is an instrumental issued as part of a joint album with Alexis Korner. This track and track 4 are now available as digital downloads of either the track or the full recording. Track 3 is a dance tune played on the Jew's Harp. Track 10 is from an album in the series "The Voice of the People" and is from a traditional English singer as is track Track 12 was originally issued by Fontana in and is licensed to Topic by Polygram through Gama Records.
The tracks are mainly from recordings issued in a variety for formats by Topic with track 15 from a Special Delivery album. The second disk contains English folk music and includes a number of traditional singers providing a link to the time when this music was the popular music of the country. The disk has the first of two tracks from "The Sweet Primeroses". Track 1 features an excerpt from the music used for an English folk custom dance performed each Easter in Bacup.
All the recordings were originally issued on Topic albums either vinyl or as a CD. The third disk concentrates on the Folk music of Ireland , including traditional musicians from all the provinces. The disk features more instrumental tracks that the other national disks. A number of the tracks were recorded outside Ireland from members of the Irish diaspora.
Track 8 features an unnamed slow air before the Blackbird. Track 23 features the unusual folk music instrument the hammer dulcimer. All the recordings were originally issued on Topic 12 inch vinyl albums except track 9 which was issued on a inch vinyl record. This disk covers Scottish folk music with both traditional and revival artists included. All the recordings are from Topic releases in a variety of formats from singles through vinyl albums to CDs.
This disk concentrates on compositions in a traditional style with the composer often singing the song. All the recordings were issued on either Topic or Special Delivery. This disk covers the music that closely reflects the origins of Topic records with the Workers Music Association. Both sides of the original record issued by Topic are featured on this disk as track 1 and track 8.
That's enough reason for me, not to buy that compilation? That's enough reason to lock away a whole album from interested listeners? Maybe anonymous would like to explain the strong connections with Topic Records?
Maybe anonymous is just someone who owns a copy of In The Tradition and wants to keep it rare? Future plans? The release of one track? Sorry I don't get theses arguments. Don't count on me! Are you folks claiming that someone who "owns" the rights to a body of work doesn't have the right to stop people who do not from accessing it?
If so, I'll be over to use your computer!!A double CD from Shaskeen celebrating 50 years of tradition. This album recorded live from Shaskeen Concerts. This is the latest and 16/17th album from Shaskeen. These CDs is concert based with many arrangments of tunes & songs. With 24 tracks on the albums .