Published December 31, 1976
by Oak Publications .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
O'Neill's Music of Ireland (Book) coll. & edited by Capt. Francis O'Neill & arranged by James O'Neill Known as “The Bible of Irish Music,” Mel Bay’s facsimile edition contains the original collection of 1, melodies consisting of airs, jigs, reels, hornpipes, long songs, and marches for fiddle or practically any other melody instrument. The classic compendium of Irish fiddle tunes. Revised, corrected, & easier to read than the facsimile edition. Also contains tips on playing and ornamentation. Approx. tunes. Essential. : Hal Leonard. Book Details. Weight: lbs: Dimensions: × × in: About The Author Capt. Francis O'Neill James O'Neill. Description Reviews (0) Eighteen Hundred and Fifty Melodies. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “O’Neill’s Music Of Ireland” . Music of Ireland Alt ernative. Title O'Neill's Music of Ireland. Eighteen Hundred and Fifty Melodies. Airs, Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes, Long Dances, Marches, Etc. Many of which are now Published for the First Time. Collected from all available sources, and edited by Capt. Francis O'Neill. Arranged by James O'Neill. O'Neill's Composer O'Neill.
"O'Neill's Music of Ireland" is a classic collection of Celtic sheet music. There are tunes in the collection. These treble clef tunes are posted format (Acrobat Reader). They are suitable for all treble clef solo instruments like violin, flute, trumpet, mandolin, etc. . This page is divided into multiple sections: O'Neill's Music Of Ireland (Daniel Collin's version of the Lyon & Healy "The " edition), Allan's Irish Fiddler (Glascow Edition) and MUSIC I've Collected, [being just that. Thanks to Noteworthy I can now put down in a. Known as “The Bible of Irish Music,” Mel Bay’s facsimile edition contains the original collection of 1, melodies consisting of airs, jigs, reels, hornpipes, long songs, and marches for fiddle or practically any other melody s: O'Neills Music of Ireland Bumper Sheet Music Book Melodies | Musical Instruments, Instruction Books & Media, String | eBay!
The Publication of O'Neill's Music of Ireland is considered a pivotal moment in the history of Irish Traditional Music. The colorful Captain Francis O'Neill, General Superintendent of Police in Chicago, had collected Traditional Irish Melodies throughout his life ('Neill). With the help of countless Irish Musician/Policemen, he managed at age 54 to have this collection of . (Music Sales America). Miles Krassen has gathered and re-edited over 1, tunes, bringing up to date Capt. Francis O'Neill's famed collection of Irish dance music, airs, jigs, reels, hornpipes, and marches. Includes an introduction on the history of Irish music with tips on playing with an authentic : O'Neill's Music of Ireland: Eighteen Hundred and Fifty Melodies, Airs, Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes, Long Dances, Marches, Etc. Paperback – 20 Mar. by Capt Francis O'Neill (Author), James O'Neill (Author) out of 5 stars 45 ratings. See all formats and s: The Dance Music of Ireland Alt ernative. Title Gems. Double Jigs, Single Jigs, Hop or Slip Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes, Long Dances, Set Dances etc. Composer O'Neill, Francis: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. None [force assignment] First Pub lication. Language English. Tune titles in English and Irish Gaelic. Dedication Rogers F. O'Neill.