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  • Night of the Fun (1) (The): Annotations X:1 % T:Night of the Fun [1], The M:6/8 L:1/8 Q:"Allegro" S:The Dublin Magazine (February, 1843, No. 9) Z:AK/Fiddler's
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  • b/a/g/a/|ba [d2a2]:|] X:1 T:Reel de Richmond, Le T:Richmond Cotillion N:From the playing of Joyeux Montréalais M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel D:Starr 15875 (78 RPM), Joyeux
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  • pavin' stone from Dublin to the Devil's den. W: Rum diddle [etc] W:2. The lassie of my heart (?) ..... W: ... since Molly proved the cruel one W: Rum diddle
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  • publications list the tune generally as "The Dublin Lasses." David Taylor (1992) says the tune has "distinct connotations" with the melody "Last Night's
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  • float="left"> %REPLACE THE NEXT 5 (FIVE) LINES WITH YOUR ABC NOTATION CODE X:1 T: No Score K:G %% simply paste your ABC code here! %% the rest, after the closed tag
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  • sent on board ship by a pressgang. The song is very characteristic of the Irish 'unlettered Muse'" (Joyce). Ó Boyle gives more about the area and the 'troubles'
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  • discovered, to the inexpressible disgust and horror of all who had been drinking the milk. The hair did not decay with the flesh - it grew on the bony cranium;
    12 KB (1,978 words) - 03:35, 6 May 2019