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  • X:1 % T:Beautiful Goldfinch, The M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Waltz C:Marcus Hernon K:G ge|d3B BA|B4 GE|D3E GA|B4 dB|A3G AB|A3B dg| e2d2B2|d3 g ge|d3B BA|B4 GE|D3 E GA|B4
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  • X:1 T:Goldfinch, The M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel S:O'Neill - Music of Ireland (1903), No. 1280 Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:A Ac|e2 ea f2af|e2ae fece|e2 af ecAc|{c}BABc
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  • Back to Goldfinch (The) GOLDFINCH, THE. AKA - "An Deargan-Fraoic." Irish, Reel. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB (O'Neill/1850): O'Neill/Krassen)
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  • BEAUTIFUL GOLDFINCH, THE. Irish, Waltz. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Composed by flute player Marcus Hernon (Connemara), a seven-time All-Ireland
    695 bytes (48 words) - 04:05, 6 May 2019
  • (Chappell). Standard tuning (fiddle). One part. The air appears in The Goldfinch (Edinburgh, 1777), where it is ascribed to Dr. Arne. The song, according
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  • appeared in numerous late 18th/early 19th century songsers such as The goldfinch, or, New modern songster (1782) and others. The first stanza goes: The
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  • that appears in a number of latter 18th century songsters such as The Goldfinch, or, New Modern Songster (1782), The Humming Bird (1785), Calliope (1788)
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  • without music in songsters, song-sheets and vocal collections such as Goldfinch, or New Modern Songster (1785), The Universal Songster (1828) and similar
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  • Uncommon and Humourous Songs; Most of which are Originals (London, 1768), The Goldfinch; or New Modern Songster (Glasgow, 1782), and similar publications. Source
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  • Calliope, or the Musical Miscellany (1788, Song 141, pp. 266-267), The Goldfinch, or, New modern songster (1782), Roundelay: Or the New Siren (1783) and
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  • A song (without music) called "Be Merry and Wise" was printed in The Goldfinch, or, New Modern Songster. Being a select collection of the most admired
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  • in serveral 18th century songsters, such as The Bull-Finch (1750), The Goldfinch, or, New Modern Songster (1782), The Humming Bird (1785), The Minstrell
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  • of Nancy, the forsaken lover. The words to the song were printed in The Goldfinch, or New Modern Songster (Glasgow, c. 1785, p. 194). WARS ALARMS ENTIC'D
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  • "Touch the thing you bastard," was printed in period songsters such as The Goldfinch, or New Modern Songster (1782). Instrumental versions of the melody were
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  • reptiles, in the highest state of preservation. In one case, a pair of goldfinches are exhibited, billing and cooing,--a bullfinch singing "Life let us cherish
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