Noch bonin shin doe

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X:1 T:Noch bonin shin do ( Ná bainneann san dó) 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 - "Ná bainneann san dó," "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). It also was entered into Book 2 (p. 1) of the large music manuscript collection of County Cork uilleann piper and Church of Ireland cleric James Goodman (musicologist) (1828-1896).

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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