Bandon Bridge (1)

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 Theme code Index    13b3b4 557bL5L
 Also known as    
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    Ireland
 Genre/Style    Irish
 Meter/Rhythm    Air/Lament/Listening Piece
 Key/Tonic of    A
 Accidental    NONE
 Mode    Aeolian (minor)
 Time signature    2/4
 Structure    AB
 Editor/Compiler    Francis O'Neill
 Book/Manuscript title    Music of Ireland: 1850 Melodies
 Tune and/or Page number    No. 580, p. 102
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1903
 Title of recording    
 Record label/Catalogue nr.    
 Year recorded    
 Score   ()   

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BANDON BRIDGE [1]. Irish, Air (2/4 time). A Minor. Standard. AB. Bandon Bridge is a town in County Cork near the sea-coast about 15 miles from Cork city, and derives its name after a bridge over the river Bandon. The town's origins lie with English planters on the great Desmond forfeitures in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

Source for notaed version: James O'Neill, a Chicago police sergeant, originally from Ulster, and Francis O'Neill's collaborator [O'Neill].

Printed source: O'Neill (Music of Ireland: 1850 Melodies), 1903/1979; No. 580, pg. 102.