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An island sheiling song = Maighdeanan na h-àiridh / old refrain with Gaelic verses by Kenneth Macleod ; the melody taken down from the singing of Ann Macneill, Barra, and set with English words and pianoforte accomp. by Marjory Kennedy-Fraser
Bib ID 6537256
Format MusicMusic [notated music, text, volume]
Printer London : Lowe and Brydone Printers Limited
Description London ; Sydney : Boosey & Hawkes, [1908] 
©1908 
1 score (6 pages) ; 31 cm 
Notes

For voice and piano.

Caption title.

"Songs of the Hebrides"--Cover.

Plate number: H. 6542

Words printed also as text in Gaelic and in English: verso title page-page [1]

staff notation.

Subjects Folk songs, English -- Scotland -- Hebrides.  |  Folk songs, Scottish Gaelic -- Scotland -- Hebrides.  |  Songs with piano.
Other authors/contributors MacLeod, Kenneth, 1871-1955, lyricist  |  Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory, 1857-1930, lyricist, arranger of music
Also Titled

Maighdeanan na h-àiridh

Songs of the Hebrides

Music Publisher Number H. 6542 

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