tcd James Goodman Irish Music Collection: Information Sources and Abbreviations
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Online version of pages 217–237 of Tunes of the Munster Pipers 2: Irish Traditional Music from the James Goodman Manuscripts, ed. Hugh & Lisa Shields, volume 2, Dublin: Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2013, ISBN 978-0-9532704-5-3 (hbk), 978-0-9532704-6-0 (pbk), available from ITMA’s shop


BB: Breandán Breathnach (1912–85), uilleann piper, music collector, writer and organizer

Car; Carolan: Turlough Carolan (Toirdhealbhach Ó Cearbhalláin, 1670–1738), harper and composer

FMSI: Folk Music Society of Ireland / Cumann Cheol Tíre Éireann

ESEM: European Seminar in Ethnomusicology

HS: Hugh Shields

Hud: Henry P. Hudson (1798–1889), music collector, musical editor of The citizen (to which he contributed tunes from his own manuscript collection)

ITMA: Irish Traditional Music Archive

JEP: John Edward Pigot

JG, SG: James Goodman (Séamus Gudman(n))

JM: Joly music collection of the National Library of Ireland

Joyce: Patrick Weston Joyce (1827–1914), historian, writer, music collector and editor

Levey: R. M. Levey: pseudonym of R.M. O’Shaughnessy (1811–99), violin teacher and music collector

F; Forde: William Forde (c. 1795–1850), musician, writer on music and music collector

LS: Lisa Shields

Moore: Thomas Moore (1779–1852), poet, musician and popularizer of Irish music

NLI: National University of Ireland

NPU: Na Píobairí Uilleann [society of uilleann pipers, Dublin]

O’D; O’Daly: John O’Daly (1800–78), publisher, bookseller and antiquarian

Petrie: George Petrie (c. 1790–1866), artist and music collector

Pigot; JEP: John Edward Pigot (1822–71), writer, musician and lawyer

Pipes: incipits of ‘piping tunes’ written by Goodman in his Riverview notebook, TCD MS 11320 , pages 18–19, 24–31, 39–41)

SG: Séamus Gudman(n) (James Goodman)

TCD: Trinity College Dublin

TMP 1: The tunes of the Munster pipers [vol. 1]

TMP 2: The tunes of the Munster pipers, vol. 2

Tunes: selection of tunes copied by Goodman into his unfinished ‘fair copy’ music book, TCD MS 1132 , pages 1–12

Words: song texts written by Goodman into his ‘Riverview’ notebook, TCD MS 11320 , pages 20–24, 43–134


Bonfield, Caitlín, ‘Manuscript music in the Library of the Royal Irish Academy’, in Aloys Fleischmann, ed., Music in Ireland: a symposium, Cork & Oxford: Cork University Press, 1952: 22–32 (The online pdf version, revised and updated by Siobhán Fitzpatrick in 2008, is no longer available)

Breathnach, Breandán, Thematic index of dance tunes on cards, with numerical codes based on the stressed notes of musical incipits (several versions, unpublished, housed in the Irish Traditional Music Archive, Dublin)

Brown, Stephen, A guide to books in Ireland. Part 1: Prose literature, poetry, music and plays, 2nd edition, Dublin: Hodges Figgis, 1970

Cannon, Roderick D., ed., A bibliography of bagpipe music, Edinburgh: John Donald, 1980

Deasy, Marian, ‘New edition of airs and dance tunes from the music manuscripts of George Petrie LL.D., and a survey of his work as a collector of Irish folk music’, 2 vols, Ph.D. thesis, National University of Ireland, University College Dublin, 1982

Fleischmann, Aloys, Micheál Ó Súilleabháin & Paul McGettrick, eds, Sources of Irish traditional music c. 1600–1855, 2 vols, New York & London: Garland, 1998

Gore, Charles, Morag Anne Elder & Lynn Morrison, eds., Scottish fiddle music index. Tune titles for the 18th & 19th century printed collections, Musselburgh, Scotland: Amaising Publishing House, 1994 (see also Electronic resources below)

Kidson, Frank, British music publishers, printers and engravers, London: W.E. Hill & Sons [1900]

Krummel, D.W., & Stanley Sadie, eds., Music printing and publishing, New York & London: W.W. Norton & Company, 1990

National Library of Ireland, Joly collection (early printed music books and sheet music, mainly Irish) • JM

Ní Chinnéide, Veronica, ‘The sources of Moore’s melodies’, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 89 (1959), part 2, 109–134

O’Neill, Francis, Irish music: a fascinating hobby, Chicago: The Regan Printing House, 1910

Trinity College Library, Dublin, Early printed books and special collections, Townley Hall collection (contains about 1,000 pieces of music printed in Dublin, London and Paris between 1760 and 1820—many items duplicated in the NLI Joly music collection)

Most major libraries now have online catalogues, and these are not listed here.

Adams, John, & Chris Partington, eds, The village music project (manuscripts of English social musicians from the 17th century onwards: html files and music files in abc format) VMP

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Gallica, bibliothèque numérique BNF Gallica

Copac national, academic, and specialist library catalogue [UK and Ireland], Manchester: University of Manchester, Mimas

Duggan, Bryan, creator, Dublin, Tunepal: a query-by-playing search engine for traditional tunes

Easmes, Early American secular music and its European sources: see Keller

Electric Scotland, USA LLC, 1495 Pond Creek Rd, Stone, KY 41567-7055 (links to Scottish cultural material, including digital images and indexes for John Grieg’s six-volume collection Scots Minstrelsie [c. 1893]) • Grieg Minstrelsie

Europeana Foundation • Europeana

Fiddler’s companion: see Kuntz

Gallica: see Bibliothèque nationale de France

Gore, Charles, ed., The Scottish music index, Inverness: Highland Music Trust [2012–]

IMSLP, Petrucci music library (free public-domain sheet music in pdf format), Wilmington, Delaware: Project Petrucci LLC, 2006– • IMSLP

Internet Archive, San Francisco [2001–] (searchable database which locates and downloads items in various digital formats. Used here for accessing early printed music collections in pdf format, especially those from the National Library of Scotland)

Irish Traditional Music Archive, Dublin ( digitized books, images, manuscripts and videos; more than 6,000 interactive music scores from 40 collections— available in Port: a microsite giving enhanced tools to explore this musical resource), PW Joyce Irish Music Microsite, James Goodman manuscript music collection (in association with Trinity College, Dublin: see Manuscripts below for details) • ITMA

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland: Lester S. Levy collection of sheet music (part of special collections at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library) • JHU

Keller, Robert M., Raoul F. Camus, Kate Van Winkle Keller & Susan Cifaldi, eds, Early American secular music and its European sources, 1589–1839: an index (EAMES), Annapolis, Maryland: The Colonial Music Institute, 2002, revised 2004

Lester S. Levy collection of sheet music: see Johns Hopkins University

Kuntz, Andrew, ed., The fiddler’s companion, 2003–2012 (searchable bibliographic database of mainly Irish and Scottish dance music, with musical examples in abc format): (currently undergoing revision as The traditional tune archive

Music Australia: see National Library of Australia

Music for the nation: see Washington: Library of Congress

Na Píobairí Uilleann, Dublin (digital images, videos, journal An Píobaire ) • NPU

National Library of Australia, Canberra: Trove, incorporating the former Music Australia website

National Library of Ireland, Dublin:

Patrick Weston Joyce manuscripts: (see also Electronic Sources above.)

Joly MS 25 (collected chiefly in Co Limerick in 1856) • Early Joyce MS

Joyce’s final manuscripts, 1899–1912:

MS 2982 (tune [1], p. 1–tune 335, p. 127) • Final Joyce MSS 1
         continued as
MS 2983 (tune 336, p. 128–tune 878, p. 293) • Final Joyce MSS 2
     (Tunes no 336—355, 334–5 & perhaps more are copied from the Goodman collection)

National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh (digitized music collections in pdf format, accessed by searching the Internet Archive) • NLS

Ng, Alan, ed., Irish traditional music tune index.. Alan Ng’s tunography

NLS:see National Library of Scotland

NPU: see Na Píobairí Uilleann

Petrucci music library: see IMSLP

Scottish music index: see Gore

Somerville-Woodward, Robert, ‘The Ossianic Society 1853–1863’Somerville-Woodward

Trove: see National Library of Australia

Village music project (VMP): see Adams & Partington

Washington: Library of Congress, Music Division: Music for the nation: American sheet music 1820–1860, 1870–1885

WorldCat, Dublin, Ohio: The Online Computer Library Centre, Inc., (OCLC), 2001–2012 (‘access to the collections and services of more than 10,000 libraries worldwide’)


Boole Library: see University College Cork

Irish Traditional Music Archive, Dublin:

In Petrie Manuscript folder 5: list of titles of Irish airs, sent to George Petrie by James Goodman [1850s] (Full list in TMP 2 p. xiv)

ITMA-Collins manuscripts of Pádraig O’Keeffe (books 1 fiddle, 2 fiddle, 3 accordion & 4 miscellaneous pages fiddle) • POK 1, 2, 3, 4

Curtin manuscript, Slieve Luachra [mid-19th century] • Curtin MS

National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin:

Fitzgerald MS (‘James Buckley, book 1’): photocopy of music manuscript of William Fitzgerald, fiddler, Gleannrie [Conrea?], Co Cork [Ballydesmond?, 1860s] • Fitzgerald MS

National Library of Ireland, Dublin:

Music MSS formerly owned by John O’Daly, now part of the George Noble Plunkett collection:

MS 3781 • gnp, O’D MS

MS 7348

O Casaide papers: MS 5454: copyings by Séamus Ó Casaide from manuscripts lent to him by An tAthair Maolmuire Ó Rónáin, March 1938: notes and letters of John O’Daly—including the letters to an unnamed correspondent, recognisably JG

Pádraig O’Neill music manuscripts, Owning, Co Kilkenny, 18th & 19th centuries: MSS 44,806 /2; 44,806 /3; 44,806 /5: • PON / 2, / 3, / 5

Patrick Weston Joyce manuscripts: (see also Electronic Sources above)

Joly MS 25 (collected chiefly in Co Limerick in 1856) • Early Joyce MS

Joyce’s final manuscripts, 1899–1912:

MS 2982 (tune [1], p. 1–tune 335, p. 127) • Final Joyce MSS          continued as

MS 2983 (tune 336, p. 128–tune 878, p. 293) • Final Joyce MSS 2

(Tunes no 336—355, 334–5 & perhaps more are copied from the Goodman collection)

Royal Irish Academy, Dublin:

William Forde collection: MS 24 0 19

James Hardiman music manuscript: MS 23 F 22 (from which Pigot copied some music)

Pigot, John Edward Pigot music manuscripts: MSS 24 0 20; 24 0 21 (paged continuously) • P, Pigot, JEP

Trinity College Dublin:

James Goodman manuscripts:

MSS 3194, 3195, 3196, 3197: four vols of tunes from oral tradition and from manuscript or printed sources (the basis of this edition)

MS 11320: miscellaneous theological writings etc, but also including song texts and verse on pages 20–24, 43–134 • Words, and incipits of 131 ‘piping tunes’ (pages 18–19, 24–31, 39–41) • Pipes

MS 11321: ‘Irish music of every description, collected and transcribed, from various sources, by James Goodman’ (fair copies of 54 tunes, all airs) • Tunes

University College Cork, Boole Library:

MS collection of Tadhg Ó Donnchadha (‘Torna’): LSS Thorna 155–56; MS 59 (T.lix)

MS 196: notebook from Goodman’s TCD college days, containing Irish lays, extracts from theological textbooks, family accounts, miscellaneous jottings and also material relating to his music collecting • UCC

University College Dublin: see National Folklore Collection


Capitalization and punctuation have been normalized. Asterisks indicate some availability from online electronic sources. ‘Port’ denotes ITMA’s interactive music scores.

100: see One hundred

150: see One hundred and fifty

300: see Three hundred

*[Aird, James, and continued after his death] A selection of Scotch, English, Irish, and foreign airs adapted for/to the fife, violin, or German flute, 6 vols:
:1, (bound with 2) Glasgow: James Aird [1782]; 2, Glasgow: Jas. Aird [1785]; selection ..... 3, (bound with 4) Glasgow: J. McFadyen [1788]; 4, Glasgow: J. McFadyen [c. 1796]; 5, (bound with 6) Glasgow: J. McFadyen [1797]; Aird’s 6th and last volume of ...., Glasgow: A. MacGown Junr [c. 1803] (*NLS pdfs) • Aird 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Albert, Charles L.N. d’, The bridal polka composed and dedicated to Monr. Bizet Michau, London: Chappell, n.d. (JM 3906) • Albert Bridal polka

Alburger, Mary Ann, Scottish fiddlers and their music, London: V. Gollancz, 1983

[Alday, P., ed.] Alday’s collection of country dances, Dublin: P. Alday [c. 1815] (NLI Add Mus 9492) • Alday 1815

—, Alday’s select collection of country dances, waltzes, quadrilles &c., Dublin: Paul Alday [c. 1818] (JM 5230) • Alday 1818

Alex Lee Away away: see Lee, Alexander

[Alexander, I., ed.] The flowers of the Emerald Isle, or two hundred favorite Irish melodies, London: I. Alexander [c. 1840?] (NLI Add Mus 10,779) • Alexander Flowers

—, A new series of Alexander’s scrap book, for the flute, violin, flageolet, etc., London: I. Alexander [c. 1845] (NLI Add Mus 10,777, vols 7 & 8) • Alexander’s scrap book new series

* [Alexander, J., ed.] Alexander’s new scrap book, containing one thousand favorite airs for the flute, violin or flageolet. In 6 vols. London: J. Alexander & Co. [c. 1850?] (at the end of vol. 6 ‘This work will be continued, until two thousand airs are completed’) (*ITMA, vol. 6, pdf & digital images) • Alexander’s new scrap book

[Alexander, John, ed.] The scrap book, for the flute, violin or Kent bugle, 6? vols of 6 nos each [London]: published for John Alexander at Sandford’s music warehouse [c.1820?] (NLI Add Mus 10,769, vols 1, 2 & 5) • Alexander’s scrap book

Amateurs companion, being a rare selection of Irish & Scotch melodies, The, Dublin: MacLean, at the Musical Commission Warehouse, 15 Essex Quay [1821?] • Amateurs companion

An Píobaire: see Píobaire

*Anderson’s budget of strathspeys, reels & country dances: for the German-flute or violin, vol. 1, 2nd ed., Edinburgh etc.: J. Anderson etc. [c. 1821] (*NLS pdf) • Anderson’s budget

Aria: see Urquahart

Ashman, Gordon, ed., The Ironbridge hornpipe: a Shropshire tune collection from John Moore’s manuscripts, Blyth (Northumberland): Dragonfly Music, 1991 • Ashman

BBJ : see Breathnach

B1, B2, B3 : see Bunting

Bilse, B., Sturm marsch galop, for the pianoforte, London: R. Addison, n.d. (JM 3881) Bilse Sturm

Bishop, Henry Rowley, & Edward Fitzball, The bloom is on the rye, London: Goulding & d’Almaine [c. 1830] • Bishop & Fitzball

Boss Murphy: see Moloney

Bowen, Desmond, The Protestant crusade in Ireland 1800–1870, Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1978 • Bowen 1978

Bradshaw, Harry, Nicholas Carolan & Jackie Small, eds, The Westmeath Hunt. William Mullaly: the first Irish concertina player on record, Dublin: Viva Voce & Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2011, booklet and Cd (VV-ITMA CD 101) • Mullaly

Brady, W. Maziere, Clerical and parochial records of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, 3 vols, Dublin: printed for the author by Alexander Thom, 1863–64 • Brady

Braham [John], The King, God bless him!, Dublin: Goulding & d’Almaine [c. 1828] (JM 246) • Braham The King

Breathnach, Breandán, ed., Ceol rince na hÉireann I, Baile Átha Cliath [Dublin]: Oifig an tSoláthair, 1963 • CRÉ 1

—, ed., —, II, Baile Átha Cliath: Oifig an tSoláthair, 1976 • CRÉ 2

—, ed., —, III, Baile Átha Cliath: An Gúm, 1985 • CRÉ 3

—, collector, & Jackie Small, ed., Ceol rince na hÉireann IV, V, Baile Átha Cliath: An Gúm, 1996, 1999 • CRÉ 4, 5

Breathnach, Breandán, ‘Piper Jackson’, IFMS 2 (1974–75) 41–57 • BBJ

—, ‘Séamus Goodman (1828–1896) bailitheoir ceoil’, Journal of the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society 6 (1973) 152–71 • Breathnach 1973

—, ‘Máirseáil Alasdruim’, Ceol 3/2 (April 1968) 38–43 • Breathnach 1968

—, ‘Between the jigs and the reels’, Ceol 5/2 (March 1982) 43–48 [an explanation of his system of numerical coding] • Breathnach 1982

—, ‘The pipers of Kerry’, IFMS 4 (1985) 5–29 • Breathnach 1985

*[Bremner, Robert, ed.] A collection of Scots reels or country dances, London: Robert Bremner [1760s] (* IMSLP pdf) • Bremner Scots reels

*—, Thirty Scots songs for a voice and harpsichord, London: R. Bremner [1759] (*IMSLP pdf) • Bremner Thirty Scots songs

*British minstrel, and musical and literary miscellany, The, Glasgow: William Hamilton, n.d. (* IMSLP pdfs of vols 1–3) • Hamilton British Minstrel

[Browne, D., ed.] Browne’s collection of country dances (Browne’s dances no 5), Dublin: D. Browne, n.d. (JM 5236) • Browne CDs

Browne family MS: see VMP

*Bunting, Edward, ed., A general collection of the ancient Irish music, vol. 1 (no more published), London & Dublin: Preston & Power [1796] (* ITMA digital images and pdf & Port) • B1

*—, ed., A general collection of the ancient music of Ireland, vol. 1 (no more published), London: Clementi [1809] (* ITMA digital images & pdf & Port; *IMSLP pdf) • B2

*—, ed., The ancient music of Ireland arranged for the pianoforte, Dublin: Hodges & Smith, 1840 (*IMSLP pdf) • B3

Byrne, Jim, ‘Canon Goodman’, Journal of the Skibbereen and District Historical Society 1 (1985) 53–95 Byrne 1985

*Caledonian musical repository, The, Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, Caledonian Press, 1811 [with additional illustrated title page (taken from the original 1806 edition?) —: ‘Crosby’s Caledonian musical repository, London: printed for B. Crosby & Co.’] (*Internet Archive pdf) • Crosby Caledonian

*Cameron’s selection of violin music: containing all the most popular airs, marches, strathspeys, reels, hornpipes, jigs, country dances, quicksteps, quadrilles, polkas, Glasgow: George Cameron, 1859 (*ITMA digital images & pdf) • Cameron

[Campbell, William, ed.] Campbell’s collection of new & favorite country dances & str. reels: London: Wm Campbell or R. Birchall, 1790–1817 (27 dance books with varied titles)

—, Campbell’s eighth collection of the newest & most favorite country dances and reels, London: Wm Campbell, n.d. • Campbell 8

—, Campbell’s 11th book of country dances and strathspey reels, London: Wm Campbell, n.d. • Campbell 11

Carlin, Richard, ed., The Gow collection of Scottish dance music, New York: Oak publications, 1986 • Carlin

Carlisle MS: see VMP

*Carolan, Nicholas, ‘More James Goodman music manuscripts’, An piobaire vol 4 no 45 (April 2008) 23–25 (*NPU pdf) Carolan 2008

—, ‘The Forde-Pigot collection of Irish traditional music’, in Treasures of the Royal Irish Academy Library, Bernadette Cunningham & Siobhán Fitzpatrick, eds; Petra Schnabel, picture ed., Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2009: 257–67 • Carolan 2009

—, ‘An tUrramach James Goodman (1826–96), fear eaglasta, ceoltóir, agus bailitheoir ceoil’, in Foinn agus focail. Léachtaí Cholm Cille 40, Ruairí Ó hUiginn, ed., Maynooth: An Sagart, 2010: 7–19 • Carolan 2010

*—, ed., A collection of the most celebrated Irish tunes proper for the violin, German flute or hautboy, by John & William Neal, Dublin [1724], 2nd (enlarged) facsimile edition, Dublin: Irish Traditional Music Archive in association with the Folk Music Society of Ireland, 2010 (1st facsimile edition published Dublin: FMSI, 1986) (*ITMA Port) • Neal CIT

*—, ‘The Goodman phenomenon’, An Píobaire vol 13 no 1 (January 2017) 25–28 (*NPU pdf) Carolan 2017

Citizen: see also Dublin magazine, Dublin monthly magazine

Citizen; a monthly journal of politics, literature, and art, The, vol. 1, Nov 1839–May 1840; Dublin: Machen & Company, vol. 2, June–Dec 1840, Dublin: James Philip Doyle, 1840 (continued as The citizen; or Dublin monthly magazine. These two volumes do not contain any music scores.

*Citizen; or Dublin monthly magazine, The (continuation of The citizen; a monthly journal of politics, literature, and art ), vol. 3, Jan–June 1841, vol. 4, July–Dec 1841, Dublin: Samuel J. Machen, 1841 (continued as The Dublin monthly magazine. The two titles combined contained music supplements of 106 tunes called ‘The native music of Ireland’.) (*ITMA digital images) • Citizen

Clare MS: see VMP

*Clarke, William, MS music book (*Internet archive pdf) [Norfolk, mid-19th century] • Clarke MS

Clementi [Muzio], Clementi’s variations to The black joke for the piano-forte or harpsicord [sic], Dublin: Edmund Lee, n.d. (JM 4359, watermark 1794) • Clementi’s variations

*Clinton, John, ed., Gems of Ireland [London?, c. 1840] (*IMSLP pdf) • Clinton

*Colclough, S.T., New and complete instructions for the union pipes, Dublin: William Power [c. 1820?] • Colclough

Collection of Irish airs for the flute, violin or flageolet, arranged as duetts or solos, A, 2 vols of 6 numbers each, Dublin: E. McCullagh, n.d. [between 1820 & 1850] (JM 5419, cf JM 5420) [Thomas Moore’s melodies, without attribution to Moore] • McC

Colthurst, E., Innisfail or the Irish scripture reader, London: Nisbet, 1841 • Colthurst 1841

[Cooke, Bartlett, ed.] Cooke’s selection of the present favorite country dances for the year, Dublin: B. Cooke [1797] • Cooke 1797

—, Forty-eight Irish country dances, Dublin: B. Cooke [c. 1805] (JM 5252) • Cooke 48 Irish CDs

Cooke, T., Sweet Robin, a celebrated ballad, as sung at the Theatre Royal by Mrs. Cooke, Dublin: Goulding, n.d. (JM 3435, watermark 1810) • Cooke Sweet Robin

Corri, Domenico, A new & complete collection of the most favourite Scots songs, Edinburgh: Corri & Sutherland [c. 1783] (JM 1137) • Corri

Cowell, A, The blind man’s bride, ballad written by the Honble Mrs. Norton, and inscribed to The Honble Mrs. Leicester Stanhope, the music by Miss A. Cowell (NLI MS MU –vc­22 (11)) • Cowell

Cramer, J.B, Rousseau’s dream, an air with variations for the piano forte . . . , London: S. Chappell [1814] • Cramer

CRÉ: see Breathnach

Croker, Thomas Crofton, Researches in the south of Ireland, London: John Murray, 1824 • Croker Researches

Crosby Caledonian: see Caledonian musical repository

*Crosby’s Irish musical repository, London: B: Crosby & Co. [1808?] (*The Internet Archive pdf Crosby Irish

[Cross, Betty, et al., eds] Abbeystrewry a parish memoir: published for the centenary of the rebuilding of Abbeystrewry Church, Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Blarney: Forum Publications [1991] • Cross 1991

Curtin MS: see Electronic Resources, Irish Traditional Music Archive

d’Albert: see Albert

Dánta PF: see Ua Duinnín

Davidson 150 Scotch songs: see One hundred and fifty Scotch songs

*Davidson’s collection of Scottish melody, London: G.H. Davidson [1860] (*NLS pdf) • Davidson’s collection

Davidson’s instrumental gems, consisting of a choice collection of popular and standard airs, &c., no II, London: G.H. Davidson, n.d. (JM 4547) • Davidson’s instrumental gems

Davidson’s musical miracles: see One hundred and fifty Scotch songs

Davidson’s universal melodist, vol. 1 (of 2), London: G.H. Davidson, 1853 • Davidson’s universal melodist 1

De Brún, Pádraig, Clár lámhscríbhinní Gaeilge Choláiste Ollscoile Chorcaí: cnuasach Thorna, 2 vols, Dublin: Cló Bhreanainn, 1967 • De Brun 1967

De hÍde, Dubhghlas [Douglas Hyde], Mise agus an Connradh (go dtí 1905), Baile A?tha Cliath [Dublin]: Oifig an tSola?thair, 1937 • Hyde 1937

Densari, P.Y., arranger, Jullien’s “Olga”, or princess waltz, New York: S. Pearson, 1853 • Densari “Olga”

[Dibdin, Charles] The jolly young waterman, Dublin: Elizh. Rhames, n.d. • Dibdin

Dick, James C., ed., The songs of Robert Burns, London & New York: H. Frowde, 1903 • Dick

Dineen: see Ua Duinnín

*Donnelly, Seán, ‘Dublin pipemakers, the Coynes and Doogan’, An Píobaire vol 2 no 11 (October 1981) 2 (*NPU pdf) no 11 (October 1981) 2 • Donnelly 1981

, ‘An eighteenth-century minister and piper’, Ulster Folk Life 46 (2000) 9–23 • Donnelly 2000

*—, ‘Colonel Taylor’s reel’, An Píobaire vol 3 no 2 (March 1990) 12–15 (*NPU pdf) Donnelly 1990

DOS: see O’Sullivan, Donal

DubMag: see Dublin magazine.

*Dublin magazine. The (continuation of The Dublin monthly magazine), Jan–April 1843, Dublin: T. O’Gorman, 1843 (*ITMA digital images) • DubMag

*Dublin monthly magazine, The (continuation of The citizen), Jan–June 1842, July–Dec 1842, Dublin: Samuel J Machen, 1842. Continued as The Dublin magazine, Jan–April 1843 (*ITMA digital images) • DubMMag

DubMMag: see Dublin monthly magazine.

Dublin University magazine: a literary and political journal, The, 8 vols, Dublin: W. Curry, jun. & Co.; London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.,1833–80 • Dublin University magazine

Duff, Archd, ed., Part first of A choice selection of minuets, favourite airs, hornpipes, waltzes etc., Edinburgh: Johnson & Anderson [1811–13] (JM 5714) • Duff C hoice selection

Duke of York’s new slow march, Dublin: Lee [c. 1805] (JM 4271) • Lee Duke of York’s

Dun, Finlay, ed., Vocal melodies of Scotland, Edinburgh: Patterson & Sons [1884?] • Dun VMS

Dunois, M., 9th set or Navarino quadrilles, containing the air in Mozart’s "Il Seraglio", London: Mori & Lavenu [1829] • Dunois

Duval of Dublin’s second collection of quadrilles... to which is added a new waltz by Sigr. Spagnoletti the much admired Stop waltz..., Dublin: I. Willis, n.d. (JM 5272). • Duval

*Edinburgh repository of music, containing the most select English, Scottish & Irish airs, vols 1–2 Edinburgh: J. Sutherland [1818–25] (NLI Add Mus 9003; *NLS pdf) Edin repos mus 1,2

*—, vol. 3, Edinburgh: J. Sutherland, n.d. (*NLS pdf, 3rd item) • Edin repos mus 3

Erionnach [pseudonym of George Sigerson], The poets and poetry of Munster, 2nd series, Dublin: John O’Daly, 1860 • PPM2

Ethiopian songs 108: see A selection of the most popular Ethiopian songs

Ethiopian songs 2nd series: see Second series

*[Fitzmaurice, Richard, ed.] Fitzmaurice’s new collection of Irish tunes. Adapted for the piano forte, union pipe, flute, & violin, no 2, no 3, no 5, Edinburgh: Printed by A. Rochead & Son [c. 1806–09?] • Fitzmaurice 2, 3, 5

Flowers of Irish melody: see Henderson

Flute player’s pocket companion: see Forrester

Forde, William, ed., R. Cocks & Co.’s 102 national country dances, published in ten separate sets, London: R. Cocks & Co. [1840s] (JM 5240–48) • Forde NCDs

—, ed., 300 national melodies of the British Isles. Vol. 1. 100 English & Welsh airs. Vol. 2. 100 Scotch airs. Vol. 3. 100 Irish airs, London: R. Cocks & Co. [1850s] • Forde 300 NM

*Forrester, George, The flute player’s pocket companion part 1 (of 3), Edinburgh: J. Sutherland [c. 1817] (*NLS pdf, 1st item) • Flute player’s pocket companion 1

Gale’s pocket companion: see Smith, R. A.

Ganter, Joseph, composer, The Cossack’s march, Philadelphia: George Willig, 1836 • Ganter Cossack’s march

Gems from the Emerald Isle: see Hughes

Geminiani , Francesco, New and compleat instructions for the violin, London: Longman & Broderip [c. 1790] • Geminiani

Gleadhill, T.S., ed., National dance album: violin edition, Glasgow: Mozart Allan [c. 1910?] • Gleadhill

Glover, Charles William, composer, & W.H. Bellamy, author, The cavalier: song [London, c. 1850?] • Glover Cavalier

Glover, [Charles William] Cheer up my own Jeanette (Songs of a conscript, no 2), London: C. Jefferys, n.d. (JM 5941) • Glover Cheer up

—, Jeannette et Jeannot (The conscript’s departure), London: C. Jefferys, n.d. (JM 5940) • Glover Jeannette et Jeannot

Glover, J.W., ed., Irish melodies with symphonies and accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson, and characteristic words by Thomas Moore, new edition, Dublin: James Duffy [1859?] • Glover-Moore

Glover, Steven, The retreat from St Jean D’Acre, London: Jefferys & Nelson [c. 1840] • Glover Retreat)

gnp (O’D MS): NLI MS 3781 (previously owned by John O’Daly): see Manuscript sources

[Goodman, James, ed.] Duanaire diadha, Dublin: Irish Society for Promoting the Education of the Native Irish, 1854 • Goodman 1854

Gore, Charles, et al., eds, Highland collections, Inverness: Highland Music Trust, 2005 • Gore Highland collections

Gormley, P.W., The Artillery quadrilles, composed for the pianoforte and dedicated to the officers of the garrison, Dublin: McCullagh & McCullagh, n.d. (JM 4902) • Gormley Artillery quadrilles

Gow, Nathaniel, ed., The favourite dances of 1812, Edinburgh: Gow & Shepherd, n.d. (JM 5571, 5572) • Nath Gow 1812

*Gow, Niel, ed., A collection of strathspey reels with a bass for the violoncello or harpsichord, Edinburgh: Corri & Co. [1797?] (first published 1784) (*BNF Gallica pdf) • Gow Coll 1

—, ed., A second collection —, 3rd edition, enlarged (first published 1788), Edinburgh: Robert Purdie [1828?] • Gow Coll 2

—, ed., A third collection —, Edinburgh: printed for the author [1792] • Gow Coll 3

—, ed., A sixth collection —, Edinburgh: Nathaniel Gow & Son [1822?] • Gow Coll 6

—, ed., Part first of the complete repository of original Scots slow strathspeys and dances, Edinburgh: Gow & Shepherd [1799?] (first of four volumes) • Gow Repos 1

—, ed., Part second —, 2nd edition, Edinburgh: Gow & Shepherd [c. 1810?] • Gow Repos 2

—, et al., eds, Part fourth —, Edinburgh: Nathl Gow; London: John Gow [1817?] • Gow Repos 4

—, ed., The beauties of Niel Gow, 3 parts, Edinburgh: Gow & Galbraith [1826] (a later issue of the original [c. 1820] edition). Reprinted Louth, Lincolnshire: Celtic Music, 1983 • Gow BNG

*Graham, George Farquhar, ed., The songs of Scotland adapted to their appropriate melodies, 3 vols, Edinburgh etc.: Wood & Co. etc., 1848–49 (*NLS pdfs vol. 1, vol. 2, vol. 3) • Graham 1, 2, 3

*Grieg, John, ed., Scots Minstrelsie: a national monument of Scottish song, in six volumes, Edinburgh: T.C. & E.C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works [c. 1893] (*Electric Scotland digital images) • Grieg Minstrelsie

Hamilton British Minstrel: see British Minstrel

Hamilton HUT: see Manson

Hamilton SSS: see Select songs of Scotland

*Hanby, B. R., composer, Darling Nelly Gray, [Boston]: Oliver Ditson, 1856 (*JHU jpeg) • Hanby

Harding, Frank, ed., Harding’s collection of 200 jigs and reels for violin or pianoforte, New York: F.A. Mills, 1891 Harding’s 200

*Harding’s all-round collection of jigs, reels and country dances for piano violin flute or mandolin, New York: Harding’s music house [1905] (*IMSLP pdf) • Harding’s all-round

Harrison MS: see VMP

Hart, Charles, Hart’s Rory O More quadrilles, arranged from Mr Lover’s favorite songs, London: J. Duff, n.d. (JM 4909) • Hart

Haverty 100, 300: See One hundred Irish airs, Three hundred Irish airs

Hegarty: see also Ó hÉigeartaigh, Uí Éigeartaigh

*Hegarty, Catherine, ‘A thematic index and analytic investigation of the Joyce MSS, National Library, Dublin, nos 2982–3’, unpublished thesis of the National University of Ireland, Dublin, 1966 (*ITMA digital images & pdf) Hegarty 1966

[Henderson, John, ed.] The flowers of Irish melody, 1st series, Belfast: John Henderson, 1847 • Henderson Flowers

Herz, H., The Duke of Reichstadt’s waltz . . . to which is added the popular Venetian barcarolle or Italian air, London: D’Almaine & Co. [c. 1840] • Herz

Hibernia : see Robertson

*Hibernian muse, The, London: S. A. & P. Thompson [1790] (*IMSLP pdf) • Hibernian muse

[Hime, Morris/Maurice, ed.] Hime’s second collection of favorite country dances for the present year, Dublin: Hime, 1796 (JM 5293] • Hime 1796

—, Hime’s pocket book for the German flute or violin, vols 1–6, Dublin: Hime [c. 1800] (JM 5474) • Hime’s pocket book

—, Hime’s collection of country dances for the year 1802, Dublin: Hime [1801] Hime 1802

* —, Forty eight original Irish dances never before printed, books 1 & 2, Dublin: Hime [c. 1805] (*ITMA Port; *Gallica digital images) (JM 5319] • Hime 1805

—, Hime’s second collection of favourite country dances for 1808, Dublin: Hime [1808]) (JM 5299, 5300) • Hime 1808

—, Hime’s collection of favourite country dances for 1809. No 1, Dublin: Hime [1809] (JM 5302), No 2 (JM 5303), No 3, (JM 5304) • Hime 1809

—, Hime’s collection of country dances for 1810. No 6, Dublin: Hime [1810] (JM no 5307) • Hime 1810

—, Hime’s collection of favourite country dances for1811. No 7, Dublin: Hime [1811] (JM 5308) Hime 1811:

—, Hime’s collection of favourite country dances for 1814. No 11, Dublin: Hime [1814] (JM 5313) • Hime 1814

—, Hime’s new collection of country dances. No 13, Dublin: Maurice Hime [c. 1815] (JM 5315) Hime 1815

Hime Roy’s wife: see Roy ’s wife of Alldivalloch

Hodson, G[eorge] A., Alice Gray, a ballad, sung by Miss Ashe at the Rotunda, Dublin: G. A. Hodson [c. 1830?] (JM 845) • Hodson Alice Gray

—, The Highland quadrilles, as danced at Mr. Montague’s Academy, Dublin: E. McCullagh [c. 1840?] (JM 5580) • Hodson Highland Quadrilles

Holden, Smollet, ed., A selection of Masonic songs, Dublin: S. Holden [1795?] (NLI Ir 780941 h 6) • Holden Masonic

—, ed., Holden’s collection of the most esteem’d old Irish melodies with new words arranged as songs duets or glees, etc, Dublin: S. Holden [1806–12?], 2 vols with 30 numbered airs in each (JM 4657) • Holden OIM

  —, ed., A collection of old established Irish slow and quick tunes, book 1, Dublin: S. Holden [c. 1805] (JM 4657A, bound with book 2 ) • Holden ISQT 1

—, ed., book 2, Dublin: S. Holden [c. 1805] (JM 4657A, bound with book 1) • Holden ISQT 2 The same tunes are reprinted in S. Holden, A collection of favorite Irish airs, book 1, London: George Ward [1818] (JM 2709)

Holst, M., ed., Holst’s new collection of popular dances, London: Holst [c.1815] • Holst

Horncastle, Frederick William, The music of Ireland as performed in Mr. Horncastle’s Irish enter­tainments, parts I–III, London: Horncastle, 1844 (JM 4659) • Horncastle

* Howe, Elias, ed., Musician’s companion, first [–third] parts of, Boston: Oliver Ditson [1842?] (part 1); 1843 (part 2); 1844 (part 3) all repr. [1850] (*IMSLP pdf) • Howe Musician’s companion

—, ed., Howe’s 1,000 jigs and reels, Boston: Elias Howe [1860s] (reprinted as Patrick Sky, ed., Mel Bay presents Howe’s 1,000 jigs and reels, Pacific, Missouri: Mel Bay Publications, 2001) • Howe’s 1,000

—, ed., Musician’s omnibus, Boston: E. Howe [1863] Howe Omnibus

—, ed., Musician’s omnibus complete, Boston: E. Howe, 1864 • Howe Omnibus complete

—, ed., Howe’s new violin without a master, Boston: Elias Howe, 1870 • Howe NVWM

—, ed., 500 Irish melodies, ancient and modern, Boston: Elias Howe & Co. [c. 1873] • Howe 500 Irish melodies

Howe NVWM: see Howe, Elias, Howe’s new violin without a master

Howe Omnibus: see Howe, Elias, Musician’s omnibus

[Hughes, P.H., ed.] Gems from the Emerald Isle: including a collection of ancient Irish jigs, country dances, &c., London: Metzler & Co. [18--] • Hughes Gems

Hull, Eusebius, The celebrated slow & quick marches, of the fourth or Royal Irish Dragoon Guards... by Eusebius Hull, master of the band, 2nd edition, London: Willis & Co., n.d. (JM 4131) • Hull

Hyde: see De hÍde

Iris na hOidhreachta 2: An Canónach Séamas Goodman, Pádraig Ó Fiannachta, ed., Baile an Fhirtéaraigh [Ballyferriter, Co Kerry]: Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne, 1990 • Iris 2

Irish folk music studies / Éigse cheol tíre, Dublin: Folk Music Society of Ireland, 1973– IFMS

Jackson, Richard, ed., Stephen Foster song book: original sheet music of 40 original songs by Stephen Collins Foster, NY: Dover Publications, 1974 • Stephen Foster song book

*Jackson’s celebrated Irish tunes, Dublin: Edmund Lee, 2 Dame Street, n.d., (JM 5411, watermark 1794), may be re-issue of an earlier publication by Sam Lee [1774?] or John Lee [1780] • Jackson JCIT

Johnson, David, Scottish fiddle music in the 18th century, Edinburgh: John Donald, 1984 • Johnson Scottish fiddle music

*Johnson, James, ed., The Scots musical museum, 6 vols (pages and tunes numbered continuously), [Edinburgh]: Johnson & Co. [1787–1803] (*NLS pdfs vol. 1, vol. 2, vol. 3, vol. 4, vol. 5, vol. 6) • SMM

Johnson, John, ed., A choice collection of 200 favourite country dances, [London]: Johnson [1740s] • J. Johnson Choice Collection

Joshua Gibbons: see Sumner

Joyce MS: see Electronic Resources, National Library of Ireland

*Joyce, P. W., ed., Ancient Irish music: comprising one hundred airs hitherto unpublished. . . the harmonies by Professor Glover, Dublin: McGlashan & Gill; London: Marshall Simpkin; Edinburgh: John Menzies, 1873 (*ITMA digital images & pdf; Port Joyce AIM

*—, ed., Old Irish folk music and songs: a collection of 842 Irish airs and songs hitherto unpublished, London etc.: Longmans, Green; Dublin: Hodges, Figgis, 1909 (*ITMA digital images & pdf and Port)• Joyce OIFMS

Kerr’s collection of merry melodies for the violin, 4 books, Glasgow: James S. Kerr [from 1875–] • Kerr 1, 2, 3, 4

Kerr’s new violin tutor, Glasgow: James S. Kerr [pre 1896] • Kerr’s new violin tutor

Kerr’s collection of reels and strathspeys, Glasgow: James S. Kerr [c. 1915?] • Kerr’s collection

Kerr’s Caledonian collection, Glasgow: James S. Kerr [19--] • Kerr’s Caledonian

Kidson, Frank, ed., Old English country dances, London: William Reeves, 1890 • Kidson

*Köhler’s violin repository of dance music, books 1–3 (paged continuously), Edinburgh etc.: Ernest Köhler & Son etc. [c.1885] (*NLS pdfs book 1 , book 2 , book 3) • Koehler 1, 2, 3

Lee, Alexander, Away away to the mountains brow: a cavatina, as sung with unbounded applause, by Mrs. Waylett, London: Alexander Lee & Lee [1832?] • Alex Lee Away away

Lee Duke of York’s: see Duke

[Lee Edmund, ed.] E. Lee’s collection of country dances for the present year 1801, Dublin: E. Lee [1801] (JM 5329) • Lee 1801

—, E. Lee’s collection of favorite country dances for 1808, Dublin: E. Lee, 1808 • Lee 1808

—, Croppies lie down. A favourite new song (single sheet of words & music, beginning ‘We soldiers of Erin so proud of the name’), Dublin: Edmund Lee, n.d. (JM 2501) Lee Croppies

[Lee, John, ed.] A favourite collection of the so much admired old Irish tunes, the original and genuine compositions of Carolan the celebrated Irish bard: set for the harpsichord, violin and German-flute, Dublin: John Lee [1778] • Lee Carolan

Levey, Richard Michael, ed., A collection of the dance music of Ireland, consisting of upwards of one hundred national jigs, reels, hornpipes, &c., London: Charles Jeffries [1858] • Levey 1

Light, Edward, ed., A select collection of Scottish & Irish airs for the voice, vol. 2, nos 4 & 5, London: The editor [c. 1790?] Light

Lindpainter, P. J. von, The warrior bard, or, the standard bearer, Boston: G.P. Reed, 1847 • Lindpainter

Lochiel’s march (sheet music), n.p.d. (JM 4229) • Lochiel

Lover, Samuel, Come back to me, sung by Madame Balfe, London: J. Duff, n.d. (JM 1198) • Lover Come back to me

—, The fairy boy, sung by Mr. Wilson. No 11 of the songs of the superstitions of Ireland, London: Duff, n.d. (JM 1325)

—, The four-leafed shamrock, sung by Miss Romer. No 8 of the songs of the superstitions of Ireland, London: Duff, n.d. (JM 1333) • Lover Four-leafed Shamrock

—, The land of the West, ballad, sung by Miss Agnes Taylor, in the favorite entertainment of Rory O More, London: Duff, n.d. (JM 1345) • Lover Land of the West

—, The low-backed car, sung by the author in his Irish evenings, London: Duff [c. 1834] (JM 1349) • Lover Low-backed car

—, Molly Bawn, Irish ballad, sung by Mr. Balfe, in the comic operetta of Paddy Whack in Italia, London: Duff, n.d. (JM 1250) • Lover Molly

—, My mother dear: ballad, London: Duff, n.d. (JM 1255) • Lover My mother dear

—, Ned of the hill – sung by Miss Rainforth, London: Duff, n.d. (JM 1259) • Lover Ned of the hill

—, Rory O’More or good omens – sung by Madame Vestris, London: Duff, n.d. (JM 1286) • Lover Rory O’More

—, Songs and ballads (words only) New York etc.: D. & J. Sadleir, 1853, 3rd edition [1st ed. 1839] • Lover 1853

—, Sweet Jessie, sung by Miss Cubitt, London: Duff, n.d. (JM 1302) • Lover Sweet Jessie

—, When and where: ballad... written & adapted to the popular organ tune, London: J. Duff, n.d. (JM 3536) • Lover When and where

Lynch, John P., ed., The melodies of Ireland, Dublin: S.J. Pigott [c. 1845?] (JM 4664) • Lynch

McCullagh: see Collection of Irish airs

*McGibbon, William, ed., A collection of Scots tunes, for the violin or German flute... with some additions by R. Bremner, London: R. Bremner [1768?] (4 books in one volume paged continuously) (*IMSLP pdf) • McGibbon

Maguire, Cyril, & Sharon Creasey, eds, Hidden Fermanagh: traditional music and song from County Fermanagh, Drumbeggan, Monea, Co Fermanagh: Fermanagh Traditional Music Society, 2003 Maguire Hidden Fermanagh

*Manson, James, ed., Hamilton’s universal tunebook, vol 1: Glasgow etc.: W. Hamilton etc.; Dublin: S.J. Machen; Belfast: W. Pollock, 1844 (*ITMA digital images & pdf ); • Hamilton HUT 1

*—, ed., —, vol. 2: Glasgow etc.: W. Hamilton etc.; Dublin: T. Lemessurier; Belfast: W. Pollock, 1846 (*ITMA digital images & pdf ); *NLS pdf, (1853 edition, 2 vols in one) • Hamilton HUT 2

Mel Bay presents Howe’s 1,000 jigs and reels: see Howe

Mitchell, Pat, ed., The dance music of Willy Clancy, Dublin & Cork: Mercier Press, published for Na Píobairí Uilleann, 1976 • Mitchell DMWC

Mitchell, Pat, & Jackie Small, eds, The piping of Patsy Touhey, Dublin: Na Píobairí Uilleann, 1986 • Mitchell & Small PPT

*Mitchell, Pat, & Jackie Small, ‘Martin Reilly’, An Píobaire vol 2 no 6 (March 1980) 3 (*NPU pdf) Mitchell & Small 1980

*Mitchell, Pat, ‘The O’Connor Don reel’, An Píobaire vol 6 no 10 (July 2010) 18–23 *NPU pdf)Mitchell 2010

*Mitchison, William, Handbook of the songs of Scotland with music, London & Glasgow: Richard Griffin [c. 1852] (*NLS pdf) • Mitchison

Mittell MS: see VMP

Moloney, Colette, ed., The Boss Murphy musical legacy: Irish music from the Churchtown area of North Cork, Churchtown, Mallow, Co Cork: Churchtown Village Renewal Trust, 2003 • Boss Murphy

Mooney, Thomas, History of Ireland, 2 vols (paged continuously), Boston: the author, 1846 (music all in vol. 1, musical index at end of vol. 2) • Mooney

Moore, John, manuscripts of: see Ashman

Moore, Thomas: see also Glover

Moore, Thomas, A selection of Irish melodies, with symphonies and accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson, 10 numbers & a supplement, Dublin: W. Power; London: J. Power, 1807–34 Moore no 1, no 2, etc.

—, National airs, and other songs, now first collected, London: Longman, Brown, etc., 1858 • Moore National airs

—, If thou wouldst have me sing and play, a ballad by Thomas Moore, London: Cramer, Addison & Beale, n.d. (JM 2852) •Moore If thou wouldst

[] Nothing in life can sadden us, the words composed by T[homas] M[oore], Dublin: Rhames, n.d. (JM 3130) • Moore Nothing in life

Moylan, Terry, ed., Johnny O’Leary of Sliabh Luachra: dance music from the Cork-Kerry border, Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1994 (an expanded 2nd edition was published in 2014) • Moylan JOL

MS 7348: NLI MS 7348 (previously owned by John O’Daly):see Manuscript sources.

Mulhollan, John Macpherson, ed., A selection of Irish and Scots tunes, Edinburgh: printed for the editor, by John Hamilton [1804] • Mulhollan SIST

Mulholland, John, ed., A collection of ancient Irish airs, 2 vols, Belfast: Simms & McIntyre [1810?] (vol. 1); 1810 (vol. 2) ) •Mulholland AIA 1, 2

Murphy, John, ed., A collection of Irish airs and jiggs with variations, Edinborough [sic]: Gow and Shepherd [c. 1810] (JM 4669; • Murphy CIAJ

Murphy, Willm, Jr, The original German polka, Dublin: M’Cullagh & M’Cullagh, n.d. (NLI Add Mus 4344, JM 3924, JM 4958) • Murphy German polka

Nath Gow: see Gow, Nathaniel

Neal CIT; Neal, John & William: see Carolan, Nicholas

Nelson, S., & Charles Jeffries, The rose of Allandale: ballad, sung by Mr. Wilson, at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, London: Leoni Lee [18--?] • Nelson & Jeffries

Newland, J., arranger, “One day while workin’ at my plough”: a comic duett, Philadelphia: George Willig [1839] • Newland One day

Ó Beoláin, Art, ‘Rev. Canon James Goodman, Séamas Goodman, a shaol agus a shaothar’, Iris 2: 45–69 • Ó Beoláin 1990

Ó Cuív, Brian, ed., ‘Deascán ó Chúige Mumhan, 3 Dán ó Shéamus Goodman’, Béaloideas 22 (1955) 112–14 • Ó Cuív 1955

O’D MS (gnp): NLI MS 3781 (previously owned by John O’Daly): see Manuscript sources.

O’Daly, John, ed., The poets and poetry of Munster: a selection of Irish songs by the poets of the last century, 2nd ed., Dublin: John O’Daly, 1850 • O’D 1850

—, ed., Reliques of Irish Jacobite poetry, 2nd edition, Dublin: John O’Daly, 1866 • O’D Reliques

[—, ed.] Irish language miscellany: being a selection of poems by the Munster bards of the last century, Dublin: John O’Daly, 1876 • O’D Miscellany

O’Farrell, [P.], ed., O Farrell’s collection of national Irish music for the union pipes, London: [John] Gow [1804] • OFNIM

*—, ed., O Farrells pocket companion for the Irish or union pipes, [vol. 1], n.p.d. (imprint erased) [1805?] (*NLS pdf) • OFPC 1

*—, ed., —, vol. 2, London: Goulding & Company [1806?] (*NLS pdf) • OFPC 2

*—, ed., —, vol. 3, London: Goulding, d’Almaine, Potter & Co. [1811–16] • OFPC 3

*—, ed., —, vol. 4, no title page or imprint [London: Goulding? 1811–16?] • OFPC 4

Ó Fiannachta, Pádruig, ‘Díonbhrollach lámhscríbhinne le Séamas Goodman’, Éigse 15 (1974) 222–23 • Ó Fiannachta 1974

Ó Fiannachta, Pádruig: see also Iris 2

O’Flanagan, Patrick, ed., The Hibernia collection, Boston: Elias Howe, 1860 • O’Flanagan HC

OFNIM, OFPC: see O’Farrell

Ó Glaisne, Risteard, ‘Ollamh is ceoltóir’, Galvia 10 (1964–65) 33–40 • Ó Glaisne 1965

O’Hara, Charles P.F., ed., The gentleman’s musical repository, New York: printed for the author, 1813 • O’Hara GMR

Ó hÉigeartaigh, Dáiví [Dave Hegarty] ‘Smaointe ar an gceoltóir James Goodman agus ar a Chúlra Ceoil’, Iris 2 (1990) 121–25 • Ó hÉigeartaigh 1990

O’Neill, Francis, ed., O’Neill’s music of Ireland: eighteen hundred and fifty melodies, Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1903 • ONMI

—, ed., The dance music of Ireland: 1001 gems, Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1907 • ONDMI

—, Irish folk music: a fascinating hobby, Chicago: Regan Printing House, 1910 • ONIFM

, Irish minstrels and musicians, Chicago: Regan Printing House, 1913 • O’Neill IMM

—, ed., The waifs and strays of Gaelic melody, Chicago: Lyon & Healy, etc., 1922 • ONWSGM

Ó Siochfhradha, Pádruig (‘An Seabhac’), ‘An tOllamh Séamas Goodman agus a mhuinntire’, Béaloideas 13 (1943) 286–91; 23 (1954) 237–39 • An Seabhac 1943, 1954

O’Sullivan D[onal] J[oseph], ‘Bacach buidhe na léige (The yellow beggar of the League), Journal of the Irish Folk Song Society 19 (1922) 33–40 • DOS 1922

O’Sullivan, Donal, Irish folk music and song, Dublin: Sign of the Three Candles, 1952 • DOS 1952

—, Carolan: the life, times, and music of an Irish harper, 2 vols, London: Routledge & Paul [1958] • DOS

*One hundred and fifty Scotch songs, music and words, for a shilling (series: Davidson’s musical miracles), London: Davidson [c. 1860] (*IMSLP pdf) • Davidson 150 Scotch songs

One hundred Irish airs, 3rd series, New York: P.M. Haverty, 1859 • Haverty 100

Orph Caled: see Thomson, W.

*Oswald [James], ed., The Caledonian pocket companion: containing fifty of the most favourite Scotch tunes, books 1–6, London: J. Simpson [1743–48] (*NLS pdf) • Oswald CPC 1, 2

*Petrie, George, ed., The ancient music of Ireland, Dublin: M. H. Gill, for the Society for the Preservation and Publication of the Melodies of Ireland, 1855 (*ITMA digital images & pdfs) • Petrie AMI

*—, & C.V. Stanford, eds, The complete collection of Irish music, 3 vols, London & New York: Boosey & Co., 1902–05 (*IMSLP pdf) • P-S

Petrie, Robert, ed., A second collection of strathspey reels & country dances, Edinburgh: printed for the author [c. 1800] • Robert Petrie 2

, ed., A third collection of strathspey reels [London?]: printed for the author [c. 1802] • Robert Petrie

Pipes: see Manuscript sources, TCD MS 11320

*Píobaire, An: monthly publication of Na Píobairí Uilleann, Dublin

Poets and poetry of Munster, The, 1st series: see O’Daly

Poets and poetry of Munster, The, 2nd series: see Erionnach [George Sigerson]

POK: see Electronic Resources, Irish Traditional Music Archive

PPM 2: see Erionnach [George Sigerson]

Riley, Edward, ed., Riley’s flute melodies, New York: engraved, printed and sold by the editor, 1814 • Riley 1

—, ed., —, Second volume, New York: E. Riley [c. 1820?] • Riley 2

(These two reprinted as Edward Riley’s flute melodies, New York: Da Capo Press, 1973)

Robert Petrie 2, 3: See Petrie, Robert

Robertson, A., arranger, Hibernia: a favorite Irish air as performed by the band of the Antrim Militia, Edinburgh: Penson Robertson & Co., n.d. (JM 4747) • Robertson Hibernia

*Roche, F[rank], Collection of Irish airs, marches and dance tunes, 3 vols (tunes of vols 1–2 numbered continuously). Dublin & Cork: Pigott, new revised edition [1927]. First published [1912]. Reprinted in a single volume, The Roche collection of traditional Irish music, Cork: Ossian, 1982 (*ITMA Port vol. 1, vol. 2, vol. 3, vol. 4)

Roy’s wife of Alldivalloch, Dublin: Hime at his circulating library no 34 College Green, n.d. [1792–1814] (NLI Add Mus 5981) • Hime Roy’s wife

Russell, Henry, composer and performer, Dance, boatman, dance: Virginian melody, [London?, c. 1860?] (NLI Add Mus 6832) • Russell Dance boatman

*Ryan’s mammoth collection, Boston: Elias Howe, 1883 (*ITMA Port) • Ryan

Saust, Charles, A selection of original Irish airs set for the flute, [London]: R. Cocks & Co. [c. 1830?] (copy bound at the end of NLI MS 7348)

Seabhac, An: see Ó Siochfhradha, Pádruig

Second series or Eleven Ethiopian songs, as sung by the Serenaders, viz. Lilly Baker, Charmin’ Isabel, Who dat knockin’ at de door, Come darkies, sing, Chloe’s to be my wife, I wish I war at old Warginny, De dandy Broadway swell, My old Aunt Sally, My skiff is on de shore, Uncle Gabriel, and Coal black rose, London: J. Derisley, n.d. (JM 3701) • Ethiopian songs 2nd series

*Select collection of Scotch, English, Irish and foreign airs, jiggs & marches, A, 3 vols (paged continuously), Edinburgh: N. Stewart [c. 1788] ( *NLS vol. 1 pdf) • Stewart Airs

Select songs of Scotland, with the melodies to which they are sung, The, Glasgow: W. Hamilton, 1848 (JM 5782) • Hamilton SSS

Selection of Scotch, English, Irish, and foreign airs, A: see Aird

Selection of the most popular Ethiopian songs, A, no 108. Lucy Neal and Dandy Jim from Caroline, London: B. Williams, n.d. (JM 3680) • Ethiopean songs 108

*Shaw, Oliver, ed., For the gentlemen: a favourite selection of instrumental music, Dedham [Massachusetts]: H. Mann, 1807 (*IMSLP pdf) • Shaw For the gentlemen

Shields, Hugh, Narrrative singing in Ireland, Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1993 • Shields 1993

*Shields, Hugh, ed., Tunes of the Munster pipers: Irish traditional music from the James Goodman manuscripts [vol 1], Dublin: Irish Traditional Music Archive, 1998 (*ITMA Port) • TMP 1

*Shields, Hugh & Lisa, eds., Tunes of the Munster pipers: Irish traditional music from the James Goodman manuscripts, vol. 2, Dublin: Irish Traditional Music Archive, 2013 (*ITMA Port) • TMP 2

Sigerson, George: see Erionnach

Skillern 1796: see Twenty four new country dances

Slattery, Alison, ‘Recording music in the nineteenth century: the contribution of George Noble Plunkett (1851–1948)’, in Ancestral imprints, Thérèse Smith, ed., Cork: Cork University Press, 2011: 34–43 • Slattery 2011

Small, Jackie, ed., & Breandán Breathnach, collector, Ceol rince na hÉireann IV, V, Baile Átha Cliath [Dublin]: An Gúm, 1996, 1999 • CRÉ 4, 5

Smith, R. A., ed., Gale’s pocket companion for the German flute or violin, Glasgow: Joseph Taylor [c. 1815?] • Gale’s pocket companion

—, ed., The Irish minstrel: a selection from the vocal melodies of Ireland, ancient and modern, Edinburgh: Robt. Purdie [1825] • Smith IM

SMM (Scots musical museum): see Johnson, James

Songs of Robert Burns, with music, The, centenary edition, Glasgow: David Jack, 1859 (JM 5808) • Songs of Burns

Stanford, C.V.: see Petrie

Steibelt, Daniel, Steibelt’s celebrated storm concerto for the piano forte, Dublin: J.B. Logier, n.d. • Steibelt

Stephano, Ch., arranger, One hundred reels, strathspeys, etc. (Wickins Grosvenor music books no 114), London: Wickins & Co. [c. 1910?] • Stephano

Stephen Foster song book: see Jackson

Stevenson, Sir John: see Moore; Glover

Stewart Airs: see Select collection of Scotch, English, Irish and foreign airs, jiggs & marches

Stokes, William, The life and labours in art and archaeology of George Petrie..., London: Longmans, Greene, & Co., 1868 • Stokes 1868

Storace, Stephen, Lullaby, Baltimore: John Cole [1824] • Storace

Sumner. Peter D., ed., The Joshua Gibbons manuscript: tunes from a variety of sources, collected in Tealby, Lincolnshire between 1823 and 1826 by Joshua Gibbons 1778–1871, a papermaker, Grimsby: Breakfast, 1997 • Joshua Gibbons

*Surenne, J.T., ed., The songs of Ireland without words, Edinburgh etc.: Wood & Co. etc., 1854 (*NLS pdf) • Surenne SI

*—, ed., The dance music of Scotland, 6th edition, Edinburgh: Wood & Co. [185-?] (*NLS pdf) • Surenne DMS

Thompson, S. A. & P.: see Hibernian muse

Thompson, Mrs D.P., A brief account of the rise and progress of the change in religious opinion now taking place in Dingle and the West of the Co. of Kerry, Ireland, London: Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley, 1846 • Thompson 1846

*Thompson, W., Orpheus Caledonius: or, a collection of Scots songs, set to music, 2 vols, 2nd edition, London: printed for the author, 1733 (1st edition, 1725, was single volume) (*NLS pdfs) • Orph Caled

Thompson’s compleat collection of 200 favourite country dances, vol. 3 [of 5], London: Saml, Ann & Peter Thompson [c. 1790] • Thompson’s compleat

Thomson, George, Thomson’s collection of the songs of Burns, Sir Walter Scott Bart. and other eminent lyric poets ancient and modern united to the select melodies of Scotland, and of Ireland & Wales, six vols, with dated preface to each part, London: Preston; Edinburgh: G. Thomson [1822–25] (JM 5783) • Thomson 5, 6

Three hundred Irish airs, New York: Haverty, 1858 • Haverty 300

TMP: see Shields

Torna MS 59: see Manuscript sources, University College Cork

Tracy’s collection of favorite country dances for the present year, Dublin: Hime [c. 1795] (JM 5374, watermark 1795) • Tracy CDs 1795

Trim, Roger, et al., eds, The musical heritage of Thomas Hardy, vol. 1, [Blyth, Northumberland]: Dragonfly Music, 1990 • Trim Hardy

Tubridy, Michael, & Meabh Ní Lochlainn, eds, Irish traditional music, Dublin: Craobh Naithí, Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, 1995 • Tubridy 1

—, eds, Irish traditional music, book 2, Dublin: Craobh Naithí, CCÉ, 1998 • Tubridy 2

Tunes: see Manuscript sources, TCD MS 11321

*Turnbull, John & Patrick Buchan, eds, The garland of Scotia, Glasgow etc.: Wm Mitchison etc., 1841 (*NLS pdf) • Turnbull

Twenty four new country dances for the year 1796, London: T. Skillern [1796] • Skillern 1796

Ua Duinnín, Pádruig, ed., Dánta Phiarais Feiritéir, BÁC [Dublin]: Oifig Díolta Foillseacháin Rialtais, 1934 • Dánta PF

UCC: see Manuscript sources, UCC MS 196

Uí Éigeartaigh: see also Hegarty

*Uí Éigeartaigh, Caitlín, ‘Patrick Weston Joyce: the collector as editor’, IFMS 2 (1974–75) 5–14 (*ITMA digital images & pdf) • Uí Éigeartaigh 1975

Urquahart, Alexander, et al., eds, Aria di camera: being a choice collection of Scotch, Irish & Welsh air’s [sic] for the violin and German flute, London: Dan. Wright & Dan. Wright Junr [c. 1726] (*IMSLP pdf) • Aria

VMP (The Village Music Project): see Electronic resources

VMP MS (BF13): Browne family MS 13, Lake District c. 1825

VMP Carlisle MS (Car): Anon, Carlisle, c. 1812

VMP Clarke MS (WCl): William Clarke MS, Lincoln, 1770

VMP Clare MS (JC): John Clare (1793–1864), poet, Helpston

VMP Harrison MS (RH): Revd R. Harrison’s MS, Cumbria, c. 1815

VMP Mittell MS (WM): Wm Mittell, New Romney, Kent, 1799

VMP Winder MS (JaW): James Winder, Lancashire, 1835–41

Walker, Joseph C., Historical memoirs of the Irish bards, 2nd ed., Dublin: J. Christie, 1818 • Walker 2

Walker’s Hibernian magazine, or Compendium of entertaining knowledge, [Dublin]: Thomas Walker, 1785–1811 • Walker’s Hib Mag

*Waylett, Mrs, composer and performer, Pretty star of the night, Sydney: F. Ellard [184-?] (*NLA digital images) • Waylett Pretty star

Weippert, G., ed., National country dances as danced at Her Majesty’s balls. Sets 1–3, London: Lawson [c. 1840?] (JM 5381–83) • Weippert NCDs 1, 2, 3

*Westrop, T., ed., T. Westrop’s 120 country dances, jigs, reels, hornpipes. . . for the violin, n.p.d. [London? first published 1860s, reprinted into the 1920s] (*IMSLP pdf) • Westrop

Wheatstone’s occasional repertory of dances. No 20, pages 59–61, London: C[harles] Wheatstone [c. 1809] (JM 6053) • Wheatstone

Whitaker, John, composer, & T. Dibdin, author, Darby Kelly, London: Whitaker & Co., n.d. (JM 2178) • Whitaker & Dibdin

Winder MS: see VMP

Words: see Manuscript sources, TCD MS 11320

Yedis, I., The fashions of the day! or a Yorkshireman’s ideas upon modern dress and manners, Dublin: J. Sidebottom, n.d. (JM 2203) • Yedis Fashions

, The humours of Donnybrook fair, an original comic song, Dublin: T. Cooke, n.d. (JM 2204) • Yedis Donnybrook

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Irish Traditional Music Archive
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Irish Traditional Music Archive
National Library of Ireland

Sources referenced in the Text and in the Chronological Online Index
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Bradshaw, Harry, Nicholas Carolan & Jackie Small, eds
Donnelly, Seán
Mitchell, Pat
Mitchell Pat & Jackie Small
O’Sullivan, D[onal] J[oseph],

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Irish Traditional Music Archive: online facsimiles of the TCD James Goodman manuscripts

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Trinity College Dublin: links to online facsimiles of the James Goodman manuscripts

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