O’Neill: The Wild Irishman (Boil the Breakfast Early), Toss the Feathers, Cherish the Ladies,
Goodman: Fágamaíd Súd Mar Atá Sé (Melody for the Donegal Piper)
O’Keefe: The Broomstick
O’Farrell: The Hermit of Killarney, Fair Peggy, Kitty Tyrrell
Simon Pokagon: Red Man’s Rebuke
Turlough Mcsweeney reading comes from Francis O’Neill, Irish Musicians and Minstrels (The Regan Printing House: Chicago, 1913) 289-295
1907: These Settings from:
Francis O’Neill, The Dance Music of Ireland (Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1907)
Boil the Breakfast Early, Toss the Feathers, Cherish the Ladies
1860s: Fágamaíd Súd Mar Atá Sé (Melody for the Donegal Piper) From Cannon Goodman:
Mid 19th Century: The Broomstick from O’Keeffe Fiddle MS from ITMA
O’Farrell Collection of National Irish Music for the Union Pipes:
1800: The Hermit of Killarney
1800: Fair Peggy
1800: Kitty Tyrell
Simon Pokagon’s Red Man’s Rebuke 1893:
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