Noch bonin shin doe

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X:1 T:Noch bonin shin do T:They may rail at this life M:6/8 L:1/8 R:Air Q:"Allegretto" B:William Forde – 300 National Melodies of the British Isles (c. 1841, p. 29, No. 96) B: N:William Forde (c.1795–1850) was a musician, music collector and scholar from County Cork Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G (Bc)|d>dd dBc|(d<g)e dBG|ceg e>dB|.B>.A.A .A(Bc)| d>dd dBc|(d<g)e dBG|gBe dBG|A>.G.G .G2!fermata!|| d|g>gg gfg|a>dd def|g>gg bag|e'>d'd' d'c'A| g>gg (gf).f|(fe).e (ed).d|(gd)(e d>)BG|A>.G.G .G2||

NOCH BONIN SHIN DOE. AKA - "Noch Bonin Shin Voe/Do," "They may rail at/of this life." Irish, Air or Jig (6/8 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The melody is from the music manuscripts and published collection of County Cork musician, scholar and music collector William Forde (c.1795–1850).

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Elias Howe (Howe's New Violin without a Master), 1870; p. 108. Elias Howe (Quadruple Musician's Omnibus), 1869 (the four Elias Howe "Musician's Omnibus" volumes bound in one publication). William Forde (300 National Melodies of the British Isles), c. 1841; p. 29, No. 96. P.M. Haverty (One Hundred Irish Airs vol. 3), 1859; No. 246, p. 120. O'Flannagan (The Hiberia Collection), Boston, 1860; p. 24 (Elias Howe). Raven (English Folk Music and Songs), 1984; p. 118.

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