Francis O'Neill (1848 - 1936) is the most famous and influential collector of Irish traditional music, and "The Dance Music of Ireland", better known as "O'Neills 1001", is the single most popular collection of Irish Dance music ever printed. First published in 1907, it has never been surpassed as the standard reference for traditional musicians. Indeed, it has circulated so widely over the years that it has become known as "The Book" - a virtual bible for all those who love Irish traditional music.

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A calendar of sparkling songs for the months, seasons and celebrations of the primary school year, ed. Beatrice Harrop and David Gadsby for A.C.Black...

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This 4th volume in Schott's Folksong collections for voice + piano accompaniment is devoted to folksongs from the Celtic nations: all have lyrics in...

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Songs from Scotland, mostly traditional: these arrangements by Margery Hargest Jones include the melody line in the piano accompaniment, so they work...

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Songs from Ireland, mostly traditional: these arrangements by Margery Hargest Jones include the melody line in the piano accompaniment, so they work...

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Songs from England, mostly traditional: these arrangements by Margery Hargest Jones include the melody line in the piano accompaniment, so they...

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A collection of expertly crafted Folk Songs for Solo Singers arranged for Medium High Voice + piano accompaniment. Volume 1 includes eleven favourite...

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51 best-known & best-loved traditional songs from around the British Isles. This edition includes a singalong CD of all the piano accompaniments....

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10 arrangements for non-pedal harp (+ recorder on 2 items, or any other C melody instrument) by Denise Megevand of themes from the Middle Ages &...

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Herbert Hughes was an Irish born music critic, composer & an active participant in the Irish Cultural Revival. An avid supporter of folk music, he...

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