The Big Book Of Irish Songs
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Instrument : PIANO
Style(s) : CELTIC - IRISH - SCOTTISH
Instrumentation : Piano, Vocal and Guitar
Publisher : Hal Leonard
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Description from Musicroom UK
75 great songs from folksongs to Tin Pan Alley favourites, including 'Danny Boy', 'The Irish Washerwoman', 'Jug of Punch', 'Molly Malone' and 'Peg o'My Heart. Arranged for voice and piano (with guitar boxed chord symbols).
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Danny Boy (Londonderry Air)
Sweet Rosie O'grady
The Band Played On
The Irish Washerwoman
Harrigan
Galway Bay
Black Velvet Band
Bendemeer's Stream
The Bold Tenant Farmer
Eileen Aroon
Carrickfergus
Garryowen
Wild Rover
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Minstrel Boy
Girl I Left Behind Me
The Foggy Dew
Come Back To Erin
Mrs. Murphy's Chowder
When He Who Adores Thee
The Spinning Wheel Song
My Nation Once Again
Who Threw The Overalls In Mrs Murphy's Chowder
Erin! Oh Erin!
The Cruiskeen Lawn
The Tumble-down Shack In Athlone
I'll Tell Ma
Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral (That's An Irish Lullaby)
Seven Drunken Nights
Whiskey In The Jar
Killarney
The Wearing Of The Green
Lannigan's Ball
I'm A Rover And Seldom Sober
Sailor's Hornpipe
Pretty Girl Milking A Cow
Father O'Flynn
Molly Malone (Cockles And Mussels)
You Can Tell That I'm Irish
Leaving Of Liverpool
Jug Of Punch
The Kerry Dance
Bold Fenian Men
Hunting The Hare
MacNamara's Band
The Irish Rover
The Mountains Of Mourne
Ireland Must Be Heaven (For My Mother Came From There)
O'Donnell Aboo
The Spanish Lady
Mary's A Grand Old Name
The Rose Of Tralee
McSorley Twins
Let Erin Remember The Days Of Old
I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
A Little Bit Of Heaven
Finnegan's Wake
Peg O' My Heart
Dear Little Shamrock
Peggy O'neil
Boulavogue
Molly Bawn
Where The River Shannon Flows
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms
Macushla
Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded
The Low-backed Car
The Snowy-Breasted Pearl
Star Of County Down
Mother Machree
The Queen Of Connemara
Oft In The Stilly Night
My Wild Irish Rose
'tis The Last Rose Of Summer
Mick Mcguire