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in

2011 with funding from

Brigham Young University

http://www.archive.org/details/gemsofmelodycoll03hard

/ dedicate this book

to the

in

memory of my wife n-ho was a Noble helpmate and all my work and especially in my Gaelic work.

Inspiration to

me

"^

The

Irish

language has come


its

to stay; prejudice

and narrow-mindedness may hinder, but can no long-er

stem the tide of


that language.

advancement. As the language advances, so will also the demand for the music born af

In order that this music be understood,

once more reiterate

its

underlying. principles which are as fol


is

lows.

Though our modern major

scale

is

sometimes met with, (which

really

mode

thirteen of the Gregorian

modes) the modern minor


pended explaining

scale, melodic or

harmonic form, has no place whatever


their <?oii9truction;
to.

in this music, the airs

being

entirely modal, the ecclesiastical


its

modes being the basis of

each air notes have been ap-

know

that these existed

spite of- the

Though micro tones are quite audible in the singing of the traditional singers,we among the plain chant singers before the advent of. the organ. We also know that, in key board temperament, the finer the ear of the professional singer, the more likely he is to make
mode. from the key board temperament as do also good Violinists.
I

slight deviations

have found by listening


principle.

to

traditional singers, that the

modal basis

is

the only one

which can give us a sure guiding


in the

Though
because

the

Ulan pipe

(the only genuine Irish instrument left to us) is a free

temperament instrument, no doubt, the


modes,
first,

ancient Irish harp,

was

a fixed

temperament instrument and the harpers played

they had no pedals and secondly to avoid the necessity of retuning,


dition of things.
It

their instruments forbade

any other con-

must be clearly understood,


in all

that the accentuation of Irish poetry

is

the true guide to the rhythm of the


is

music which must be

cases subservient to the rhythm of the poetry which


let

assonantal and totally

dif-

ferent in construction to

English verse;

our teachers of singing once try to realise this fact and they will
first sight

endeavour to master a rhythm and phrasing which at


reality, is

seems peculiar and arbitrary, but which,

in

based on sound principles.

If

our non-Irish speaking teachers of singing would take the trouble


have made the English version myself so as

to sing for

themselves the English version given with each song, they would get as good an idea of the orby a non-Irish speaker.
I

iginal accentuation as could be gained


to tally

as far as possible syllable for syllable with the Gaelic, to show the non-Gaelic speaker what the real
is

Irish accentuation

and

have spared no pains to make the English version a reflex of the original.

As
fied

in part

two of

this

work, so here,

have endeavoured
I

to follow the principles

advocated and exemplitu

by the best exponents of traditional singing.

am

particularly indebted to Mai^jieat)


for

2lnna54m for

all

the explanation and illustrations she has given

me and

many songs which

have taken

down from

her.
I

Though
think
it

am

heartil5'^ in

sympathy

witii those

who would wish

to see a school of Original Irish Music,

is

necessary before the advent of such a school of composition that musicians clearly understand the

proper method of syllabling Irish poetry as


then, and not
till

known

to the traditional singers;

when

this

has been mastered,


is

then, shall

poor makeshift for the real


I

we have true original Irish composition. Anglo-Irish thing - No National language, no National art.
baoi^ill

poetry and music

but a

have to thank Cai^l

who has

transcribed the Sol-fa notation so carefully over the staff


all.
I

notes under

my direction; this has "O0CJI1CJ15 who also assisted xxy collected the airs and those who
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been done to bring the melodies within reach of


transcribing and correcting the words.
transcribed for
I

have to thank Liam

have to thank those from


I

whom
5jiea-

me

the wprds from the singers.

thank

21oiT)niiii

Mac

5oi|ifor ""OotimaU a-jur Ko'tia5"and other

Rathlin Island songs which will be printed in due course.

We owe

debt of gratitude to

Hac

Sitea^oiit

who has done

real earnest

work

for the restoring

and

collecting of

Rathlin Island stories and songs.


I

dedicate this book to the


especially in

memory

of

my

wife

who was
Carl
C.G.H.5

a Noble helpmate and Inspiration to

me

in ail

my work and

my

Gaelic work.
G.

Hardebeck.

QAtnonn ah Cnutc.
(NED OF THE
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cbim- neAC,. just - ice


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wear- 3'

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lone,

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is

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in

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i
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a tempo maestoso
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o'er

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C.G.H.5

26

2tmfiam car Clamu Hac lonnlai^.


(

Battle

Song

of

Clann Mac Ginley.)

MY FATHER'S
Poetry bv

STORY.
Music by

{Original

So/ig-.j

P.T. MCGINLEY.

CARL
Doh
is
II

G.

HARDEBFXK.
:1

C.
^
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II.

Maestoso

e con spirito.(J

= 96)

,1

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9
'Se

K
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>,
ttJO

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ac
fa
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SO to

^
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bpuil.

Oft

says

my

ther

me _

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cap
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a

pmacc

43

11151b

Er

in's

in

thral

dom

of

bold

for

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rob

bers

from

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ov

the

sea.

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bpuil

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brave

no

ble

race

w
Reh
or Dnriah mode.

s
;fc

^m
The
fine spirited style of the

&

This air must be

regard*'(l as beinf^ in tlie

poem

justifies its insertion here.

C.G.H.5

27

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ta .

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11

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le
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pa
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na
er

buiU

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out

one

bri^-ht

hope

that

their

.,d

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puil

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50 be
la5.

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land

will

free

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time

there.

was

once

when.

we

it

SEES

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inn

pan
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them _

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ar

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bold

for

eig-n

thieves,

,who

came

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pifi
.

Ji.

J^
le

3inrein's

ip

sea

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brave

her

oes

with

;^
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i
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te

>>:

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ife

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C.G.H.5

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-es
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ce

'^le

cLiiouii

ce

21^

lonti

fUfoe

natii-ati

^au

cuifi

i^e-

jati

pcari.

Tli
I

sword and

with battle

axe. Gave fight to

the foe-

men

by

night

and_

by

day.

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wheth

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be

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false

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'Tis

that

is.

heard

my

dad say.

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sor

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lei

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my

man

hood

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cjiiiii

jii

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if

^:) bpeic-pitiii

tiiap

a in

ra

ITle

peiti

'^uy

tiM rejfi-ca

pa
thers

might

un-der- stand

all

the

bur-dens Er-

bore.

My-

self

and my bro

Would

-V

Si

V,

S
ill

m
:1

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le

ttiaoiy*

fpai|iii

leo.
tie

forth

un

to

the

bat

bo For

itiaoif

tui

"^aiU
-

j*eo,

Er

in

my

dear coun

try,

and

:r

i
free
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-

claire,\u'i"5iif*

^ m mm ^^ ^m
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^^ i
eauti

5a.

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leif;

me

peiiif^eala

a|i

bpiaii TTlofi

bo

dom once more-

I've

F'^'m^
f

S
^^^9

s 5~1T W^^
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I

oft

read

the sto-ry

of

Brian

king

of

Er

in.

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i
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II

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,r'

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ve^c
-

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a in

P
re
his

;?

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-

^
peaji
le

le

Loc

^^
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:d'

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.,1

i
a'
pleir^e.

lann-ai^ib der
-

bU\\

he

and

brave sol

diers

the

plun

ers

did

slay.

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fc

as*

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C.C7.H.5

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THac Not

fe
-

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ed

thou- sands.

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the

proud

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from

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Tiefo.

i
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I

tn4

cd|t

one

of

their great

lead - ers

caped

the

fray.

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false,

know

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fin

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not

my

self

wheth

er

this

tale

be true or

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5'.

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mu
ry

jia

clif

that

is.

the

sto

our

fore

fath

ers

say.

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v

S
C.G.H.5

31

Oc, Oc, 6tl^t5 let^eAf


"OCH, OCH, EIRIE LIGIS OH!"
English words by

Arranged by

CARL

G.

HARDEBECK.

CARL
J
=

G.

HARDEBECK.

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ss

(G
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Doh.)
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jT

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-oe

Cuan

In

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I

ce

f-liab

a
n't

Air

de

Cuan

'Tis

that would

leave

it

soon,

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Note. This melody

is in

Lah mode though

F|} (te)

and

appear

^ S S
5leaun
tia^

Cuac

le

Dom
Sun

cue

koo Glen

on

day,

r-

51:

in the melody.

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tempo
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my

heart

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row.

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c|ioiTie

fe
r.\
that's
rfioiti

yjv-

^f
sor
-

gus

oh,.

'Tis

my

^m
r
I

heart

black with

row.

~ns

-y^

^
.

c;

^ ^i
:1,

I:

i
tl

5 t=^
f fi
tri corde

,r

.m ,m

:r

.d

1,

jm
21

iiibejT)
I

pn
had

^^^
but

^^
.

m
Y

.s,

__
fiatii

w^
*

-rr

d^jtn pern jc

coic

If

zz 3 E?

i
una

^ g
JQC
c orda

boat and oar_

?F

TT

^1

fV^-

Z5_i
J21

^^
r.G.H.5

J4

,r

.rn

:rn

.m

.r

:m

>^-^-^tr^
"0'ioiH4
I
-

^^
cfiaiiu.

.m

m:

^
"Dull

i'
'5iif

J^
"Oia

h
50

^ ^ ^

fia

tnn
this

leij-

j'

would see

place

no

more,

^ i ^^
?E:3 W

3=

%
W=^ a
Ij.

i:

m
17
-JJL

I'd

hie

to

my

%
n'f.
,r
I

W=^
/TV

^m f
11,

.s,

:m,

.d

,r

:d

.s,

1,

:1,

TC

feE^EE^
but
to

in

i
Eir

-T^V

lit II

own

dear

shore,

Were

it

die

inn.

*a

i
t
.s,
,1,
I

f=f^=^
r-

rf

3
r
'C

^
a tempo
{:

SC

.d

:s,

i^
-21 -

?=5^5 ^ ^
'

<!

-*^

^
.s,

PI,

.s,

:1,

:s,

.1,

3=

f
lei^
-

5e

^
o
,

SEE

5E5 as
Eir
-

w
ie

^g^
Vun
Ion
-

5ur
'tis

edf

But

och

och Eir

ie

lig - is

oh,

Dub duv

i^ ^m

EC

a tempo

f
xc

W
5

*
f

31:

iE3
.r

B^

^
.

i
,r

xc

I
:d
II.

^mm
rit.

Id

,m

:s

.m

,r

:1.

r\

^
0,oh,.

^^-^
be
'Tis

i'cfioine

i
ra

V?t
J>

r
bpon

5"r a

mo

my

heart

that's black

with

sor

row.
-y?v-

i^
t

BC

^E:[^i

^-#

m
C.G.H.5

mP

35

Caz Ceim au
Andante con moto.
J
:

ft At).

8o
1

(Key D)
I

as

{:

:s

^I

:-.m
-

i J

JWl

Coif.

it If

w mf
2::

^5eS

I^

To_

^ *^3a

W^
s
.t
,1

m^i^
i

1&-^

f-^T^^ fr^^T^=H^
,d
.-

s H^y
abann sweet

Id

,(i

.-

:r

,r

.-

,d

Id

.d

,r

Im

Ir'

,d

.-

:ir;

.^J> .^'

^,^^

^#"
-

iiiiji *' #

iJ^ilg
111

p
ty

P
ex

P'

i
mjL\\

"Sleaiuia'ti

Glen Kee

Ce -ma ma- nee -a

lllb

L^O'^- M\i

in

her

beau

- cell - ing-

F^

^
r
J
=

i
*

* 1

A
i

Lento.

44
.,in

* feh f
;

.,1

:m

Ir

.r

.in

,fn

1j

.-

,1

.m

J^
piat)

i)
Y'^^"

i)ioin
-

jn^J--^^
cun
their
r"'t^
"

w
::si

5^5
ail
I

t^

pcean an

ce

coTi-la

1*05

straydwheredeer wereseek-ing

nights peace-ful

rest

R.H.

i?.i/.

Note.

got this from

Margaret NeiJlon. Co: Tipperary.


C.C.H.5

WIT'

ir:r

rrfrr^ljgiT; fff^'Tlfffi*3^w3-^'-*-'-fcfcfc^

l;

tj^> *i

n^.'ir^yj'L''.')a''^g'"^=

**^

a tempo
d
.d
-.r

.d

Id ,d

.r

!m

:1

.t

Ir

.d'

.t

,1

Is

.\

:m

..r

Im

.r

r;
sat

J'

j^ ii
pein

^T-'-^J p
a"

p
tiio

p
-

-g^
i

^
eif
-

i'-

i>i' ;>
t

S^i^a
le

TOL

iiacctiait|*edl lioin

"oeaH

jtu

fiituamce

2I5

"Peace

jcoil-ctb

me down todream-ing

and mak-ingmed-i

ta-tion

The

calm

for- est mus-4c

with

^ ^H
gSJ
i^
p:
binn
ir;
5ui:

i i
Allegro. (J

f^
%
= 104)
.s

i %
.,1

f
22

*
XE

con musso a vtro


,s

^P
WJ-^ na

.,d

zr
n-eun
.

^g^
cuaV

Is

f
Sx\

#
cac

Tluaifi a

peace

filled

my

breast.

Sud-den

trum

pets blare

45 and

Lento.
Il ..d'

3
1

:r'

:-

.t

Id'

.,1

:t

..S

:1

.1

.t

.1

IS

rf^^p;
ciMcc

P
le

V
fianf

f?+^le

p
ail

r
ai|iin -

puaitu

shook

the ground

the

tramp of hor

a ses com-ing

^Vp. t)0 c|iic

^f-'rw^ ^^
fUab. near.
'Sna|i

xn

Broke

i
i:

sc

^^

I
r.o.H

mE

Allegro.
^
'

Tempo
m

I.
.d
:r Id

37
.d

ils

.1

A
])
titiji

.r

*
^ii

^ p?
;^

N -

i^j)
a

J)
-

J)
50
- el

J)

1)

'

j>
1114(1

ji
cioc
-

j^
pari

ineiiin

liotti

njloft

"Can- a

pjfi

nain-.iT>-

on

my

lis'-

ning

ear

Came

the cru

slaugh-ter- ers

like

to

*i

iE

S
-^
Lento.
J
=

^ ^
^

44
In

llm

iS^

.s

:1

.t

Ir'

ii^^
5^(1

^P
con -41b
tor- rent

-Ta ne

M Q ^^
:

.d'

.t

,1

Is

:-

.,1

nithe

5u|*

cutiia

mo cpoipe
-

^^
.,r
I

PI

.r

:r

tia

rainriv -

f^ifi

fu-ri-ous

rush-ing

Mv

heart

was an

guish

en

^
i
Adagio.
jid

* i
:-!-:-

i
i

2:

Si^
.,d:d
I-

XE

^ s ^

*r

^ i^ ^ f
C
'

Id

^
"O"
5411

n'pa5 -4

oap

cfieoip.
-

strick-en with

des

pair.

^ m
"SIT

i^^
f

m
i
.m
I

J^
f
&_

ja

-^
3s:

?F

TT

:-

.d

:r

.,d

Id

.d

.r

i
(m

^_J^ rjrjr^. #
i

j> ^ j) #} J) #
n4 p4if-Tie
is

J)
inu

^
1

<=

:5

^
f-P-f^
5 i>7
^
C.G.H.5

Tl'io|i

Now.

^
all

pan

peaji

bean

the land

ring"-ing-

with

^
r

38
\m

Lento.

:1

-h
air

fieab

^^^^
ud
ociofi

.t

Ir'

.d'

.t

Is

.,1

:ni

.,r

Im

.r

,s

#F^i^j>^^iv^H^7"ir ^
i

J,
mil

,n
ce

^
.1

.m

ca

Tla

^iTp

i^
iled

joil

no
the

bi

'cu

end

less des^air-ing"

The

ex

and

home-less

Y"-^ are

la

wail

ing ev-er

^^
more

I
f f

^^ ^
XE
a tempo
d
.d
:r
.,d

^
.,1

Id

.d

:sr

22

J^
2I5

l:^

j)

* jUL_ji ^> T*
aji

j)
>

j) <>

^
50
the

.r

peac-aitic
-

Be

hold -ing

dai

ly,

an tt^ajt-Ta hour-ly

*^1

H.

R.H.

g
L. //.

ai

i
iEEEl
.,m
Ir ,r

f
.:

3
-0

ap^
%a.
m
.s
:1

i
^
.t

Irzzi

i-j-

Ir'

.d'

.t

,1

Is

.,1

:in

.rid
y

,d .-

.,d

^^11

Jl^'p
lai
-

pF
hell

p
hounds

[j

J'i

^Mv iij^A

;,I2 jij>
from
moun-tain

^
iia

^.
to

"oni

na ocitn-ceaU

rav - a

ges of

:*

^-H
*
i

2I5 iSm - ac ''5U|' 45 iTon-aT) Their plun - der- ing and slay-ing

i
lid
.,$

i
.,1

^fe
I
IF

r3~~^

^
Is
2trt

co fuoco
:d
.1
It

ncfieo

I1U5

5 up

leai;

#
both

bpar?

^^
,d'

.r'

.n'

t
'Se

T^cem-

shore

rose

the shout

near and far.

Come
4L

C.G.H.5

39

^^

^&Z5.
.1 ;t

3
.d^

:t

..1

Is

.m

Is

:t

.,r' Id'

5lujii-|-iTi

^
50
I.
:r

JL^'can
the cac

^'
0 4 on

iJt

f'T^-J
host

-^

J^

ijr^

pg^^
-

ttiea|i

scat

ter

and smite

Sax

Be

they for ev

er

lost

Tempo
Ilm

.d

.d

.d

,r

Im

If

X
'Ci
-

w Fi. ^
na
roes
-

ji jr
na

j)
\\\^
-

j^
pifi

1^^
bring-- ing

DAjt

^ r^^^-^
.s
;1

Ir'

,r'

.d'

.ta

He

came and

war-

riors

joy

un

to

the

hope-less ones

Once

*
t
.,1

* i
.d

i
t

m:
:m
.,m

Ir

fei
-

am

f
ea
-

s
T)A]\

^ S na
is

5^5
pain
fly -

h
le

s
TT-

ji
)-*an

J)
ain
-

.^
IT
afi

1^

feol

more

the

foe

ing-

and

scat

ter'd.

his

host.

^
311

W
"is:

C.G.H.5

40

S
fe
j=j

:S

:-

.PI

^==

N.
But-

j^

^^m

^
Id

^
fe

^^.'^
f

^^[^jv-|

K ;^g

i
.r
lin

i
^
J^
i; f?
'iia
iji

^^iJ^^f-H^ m ^
Ir'

^ ija. ^
,d

.-

:r

.,d

Id

.d

:1

.t

.d'

i'"ouititt

i J'
i ^

V
J'

J)
^'^m
till

ji
I

.^

'^^ Mxj
i'7uti

,1

.m

:-

.,r

fe

bp4"oa

50 ocaini5

lai"o

T)riiiicej!l

ah! not

long

we wait- ed

came

the

foe

we

hat-ed

scat-ter-ing-

Efe

i
[^:^n-^

EEi
^

u:

3e1

I
.r
I

E^
Lento.
3 a

E^
.m
Is

^
#
..1

^
r
s
I

and

i
i:

Im

m
r:\

.n,

*:
*h

h ^
-

k ]m
^AC with
tnaoilmn

=^=
ruth
-

m
paoi n
_

J^H

t
5ceo

nT>aom-eY

bin

blight- ing-

less;'

slay

ing

hand

De

M
5

I
%d.

i A
v:>

XE

^S
Im

^
.d
Is
.1

{Id ,d .-

:r

.,d

Id

.d

Im

.s

:1

.t

Ir'

:m

Jiii
bAtifiJC

>
"ti-x

jij) rj'^ w
bini-bjil "cu
-

J^^'M
bap-tiecc a- juj*

i
^

M^
lead-ers

m
a

.r

spoil-ing,

de

vas-ta-ting

^f

beechep
of

Crom-well and his min-ions

cru

e'

-M
t
C.G.H.5

f f

j)

PP^

r^
2;:

e3e

I E^

41
Furioso, Allegro appassionato. J
Id ^ 112 :.,PT

.d

:d ,d .-

s
mil
-

p^^
ce
eil
-

*
leo

w^
God

:d'

:-

It

,d'

.r'

f
of

pf=i
Ven
-

p
stark

r"

i
5an
that

511

mur-drous

hell-ish

band

geance

strike

them

W
if

^
!ld'

I
^'
'SeD.
d'
,1

*
i

:t
t

xc

s
.1

t
.

i
'J^.
.d'
.-r'
.

i
,t

ZE

:t

,s

ll

,S

:4F2=#^

clu :lu
in
.

5dn T^an

11164]* liiear

^an jan

ii4C \\dt

^^
this land

wroug-ht hav

^jn oc
-s;jrt

g^
Lento.
{It

^
r^an J*e4n

^
?5o

cem
mong-

cil cib

mea|i4

dark

the

damn'd

^i
3 fe^
.m
Id ,d .-

i=^

m
i

meaj"^

^
:1
,1

tia

be nurn

- ber'd

?
-^
.1
,t

r^"=^
Allegro.
a
Is

r
I.
:r

i
.,d

i
Id

r
.d

Tempo
..r

:-

.,m

Is

.1

:t

Id'

lg=p=^-.i^--^ J^
bpiasi

i'
1]*-

P
50

r^=j^f^^r^
"oeo.

j, j>
le

J,
-

yj
nap

^jm
for

pjo-

10m

CesD
Praise

niol-ar

inop
-

h-lopa

they.

ev- er

and

for aye.

God a

bove

for

ev

er

who

^3
,m

<*^=^

r^i
t
Is
?!
''^

^
u^

S^EE^

-^s#li^=#^^g
!!m
.s
:1

^^^1-j

^
Id
:I-

f
.t

Ir'

#^UiJi^^PP
T)io-la-ma}i
jfi
Jti

h w ^N

.d'

iLJ.

"i^

''1

-r

.r

.d

:-

.d

jfj
-

rtv

hlJi
St*'!

hj^
inn-|'mc
s\\

Tir<ii|i

21c

beir

a5 Te^n

atn

^fmm oe

r^5free.

from us our bonds hath

riv- en

To

hearth and home re-store us.

Now

joy-ous_ and

#=5

Pf

EEfe

i^ i
t

o:

I
i
C.G.H.S

t
TH s:

e:-^

^
-a

%2

hotiA

leAtAt)At\iCe.

Allesrretto scherzoso.

J- = 66

(Doh

is

E),

rit.

u &

a tempo
.1
:1.
:1
I

{Is

:s

:s

ll

,m

:m

:m
>

p
cuiiui
-

P
e

P
'feafi

^
io

it

w
CJOJl
-

i^
a

p= <4 ? wT
l

j J'
^

j it

J
o

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^
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li

beacui5-edT>

2I5

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S^^
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#
^^

S it
^r
^.
rit.

i
<7

tempo

t
-*

W j
'^.
'1^
rt

IS

:m

:r

IQ d

^-tf

i'

J>
-

J^
o

J,
bajiji
-

DuiU
feft

eaiii

^
:1.

tempo
m
:s

:1.

S S
h-2J oro
ne

W H

^\

Ji

J
T>eap

i>

iij

PI

i
^

ffi

Hi

^fe
la.st

m
rt

tn

c-i|i

tempo

s
bar of the Chorus the note D was in the some sing C instead of D, I have written C

This song must be taken accordintj to the metronome, not too fast. In the original. This leading note did not seem in keeping with an Irish air and as in this version.
C.G.H.5

43
rit.

a tempo
:1
I

"U ft

Is

:s

:s

ll

Is

:m

:r

;tz^T^^^
4c
-

W=f=' it
f^iiU

M J i^

J^
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J)
CO
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3r
bdc

i
DO

4J1

com

cui|i

le

6ji|*

bat)

H
rit.

5 H=^

S i

'^tt --^t
<^.

S
^^z:

Tempo

^
giusto.
bo

*=*i
S

^ S
*

a tempo

U
t:

:1.

:1,

Id

Id

im

S
bi

'-y^^-^
4}i

41)16.

^
b6
bo

s^
leau
-

:s

an

3c Ut)

Tid

i^
^^

fe

i^ ^
111

:s

Ipi

:m

Id

U,

:1,

Id

S
bo
bo
fi
ti

^
cfean
-

4"oaft

4T)4lt1C

C40|i

C4C;

^m ^^
f-

#N
Id

:m

S
bo
bo

^
s,

ll

:s

Im
#-=

:m

:m

f
-

i) #L-i-

i) #
pionii

na

lejc

4T4I|ic

bo Djiuim

~0^

^^
^

C.G.H.5

44

*A

Ir

:m

:r

:1,

:1,

Id

?e
-

*
Afi^

d'y

'

J)
cA
bpuif;biiin

^
i.

n'}l-eaTi-ap

u e
A
)

rit.

:m 5:

:s

ll

:1

:1

fr=-p-hp-p-^L2|_ p
b'^eapfi
lioiiv
(la

p
mo

IP^

TS''^" '"S

5'^

bpeic-jMnn

^
P

it

r
'^.

S it
^
:Ir

a tempo

rit.
:m
Is

a 8^5^
111

.ml

:m

:m

Hi

p-T^r^2^5

j)

J,

j^
I

j)

^jr^^^ S
ap
maiT>-ui

:r

Id

;1,

:1|

:-

^
ii:
oiTice

caop

ceacc cim an

oop-an*

no

'^c

aSai
'^.
:^

fc

tempo
5:

^
I

=B= -t

a tempo lU :s
fe
"Cal
pafi

fit.
:s

Is

:s

:s

ll

.1

:1

:1

Is

^^PN^^P^^
1*1

w=r^ B

bam

^
rotn

tie

-potu

beac-oc

a'n

ri

a tempo
i'm

:m

:in

Is

n!i>

J)
-

})
|*i

|i'
J4ck

#^
:n
:r

Id

:1,

'

dS
-oeaf

^ ^
?E::^a

Cuip

peaf>

-oitt

^
:1,

Tempo
Id
:r

g:iusto.

45

\m

1
^u^l
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