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O Farrells, pocket companion

Ruggles-Brise, Dorothea Lady

O Farrells, pocket companion

for the Irish or Union pipes

by Ruggles-Brise, Dorothea Lady

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Published by [s.n.] in S.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsGlen, John 1833-1904, former owner
The Physical Object
Pagination168 p. of music
Number of Pages168
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25479657M

Biography. O'Farrell was born in Arran Quay, Dublin, Ireland, the youngest child of William O'Farrell, a family moved to Liverpool, then later migrated to Victoria. Henry O'Farrell was an alcoholic, and had been released from a lunatic asylum immediately before the attempted assassination. O'Farrell had briefly been employed by his brother, a Melbourne solicitor, who had offices in Born: , Dublin, Ireland.   Named in honour of the eponymous hero of Peter Carey’s magnificent novel Illywhacker, one of my absolute favourite Australian slang, an illywhacker is a small-time conman, and in Carey’s novel Badgery is a wonderful liar and spinner of tall tales.

O'Farrell's collection of national Irish music for the union pipes with variations and adapted likewise for the German flute, violin, flagelet, piano, & harp, with a selection of favorite Scotch tunes, also a treatise with the most perfect instructions ever yet published for the pipes. Another early printing is in O'Farrell's Pocket Companion for the Union Pipes (); his collection drew from Irish, English and Scottish sources. After its use by English songwriter Charles Dibdin in his pantomime called Harlequin Amulet produced in , the jig gained great popularity as a fife and fiddle tune (sometimes found as "Harlequin Amulet," the name of the pantomime).

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O'Farrell's Pocket Companion for the Union Pipes was published in the first two decades of the nineteenth century in four volumes. This edition contains only the first two volumes. Patrick Sky, a piper and publisher in North Carolina, has published a complete edition for about the same price.2/5(1).

O Farrells, pocket companion: for the Irish or Union pipes, being a grand selection of favourite tunes both Scotch and Irish by Inglis, Alexander Wood, former :   Collection of John Glen () O Farrells, pocket companion: for the Irish or Union pipes Item PreviewPages: O'Farrell's Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes, Being a grand O Farrells of favorite Tunes both Scotch and Irish, Adapted for the Pipes, Flute, Flageolet and Violin.

Some of which was never before Published. With some favorite Duetts for the above er: Various. – O’Farrells Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes by P O’Farrell An update by Geoff Hore The writing in black font is from A Bibliography of Bagpipe Music. Buy the Paperback Book O Farrells, Pocket Companion: For The Irish Or Union Pipes by Dorothea Lady former ow Ruggles-Brise atCanada's largest bookstore.

Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. O Farrells Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes by P O Farrells Farrell. Cannon was not able to come up with definitive dates of publication for the four volumes in this collection despite some excellent research.

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O' Farrells, pocket companion; Permanent URL: Description: For the Irish or Union pipes, being a grand selection of favourite tunes both Scotch and Irish Vol. Shelfmark: Ing Additional NLS resources: Library catalogue record; Attribution and copyright: The physical item used to create this digital version.

John O'Farrell has 27 books on Goodreads with ratings. John O'Farrell’s most popular book is Speaking With the Angel. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for O Farrells, Pocket Companion: For The Irish Or Union Pipes at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.2/5.

O' Farrells, pocket companion; Description: For the Irish or Union pipes, being a grand selection of favourite tunes both Scotch and Irish Vol. Shelfmark: Ing Additional NLS resources: Library catalogue record; Attribution and copyright: The physical item used to create this digital version is out of copyright; More information.

O’Farrell (Pocket Companion, vol. 1), c. ; pgs. 46 (appears as “Highland March in Oscar and Malvina”). Claddagh CC30, The Chieftains ‑ "Boil the Breakfast Early" (). Shanachie Goodman translates the title as “the old woman in the settle-bed.” O’Farrell’s and Petrie’s tunes are identical, save for the repeats.

O’Farrell (Pocket Companion, vol. II), c. ; pg. (appears as “Calloch a Theusa”). O’Farrell: Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes: Dublin: John Murphy: A Collection of Irish Airs & Jiggs with Variations: Edinburgh: John Mulholland: A Collection of Ancient Irish Airs: Belfast: J.

MacLean: The Amateur’s Companion: Dublin: Charles O.F. O’Hara: The Gentleman’s Musical Repository: New. Books by Maggie O'Farrell Maggie O'Farrell Average ratingratings 13, reviews shelvedtimes Showing 23 distinct works. O'Farrell's Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes, –11; Francis O'Neill (–) – chief of the Chicago police and collector of Irish tunes; Luke O'Malley – c Luke O'Malley's Collection of Irish Music jigs, reels & hornpipes; Fr.

Ó Muiri – Amhrain Chuige Uladh,songs from the Omeath and Tyrone Gaeltacht. Terry Farrell in Scotland. This book explores the philosophy and implementation of responding to context in creating sensitive, yet innovative and bold, interventions to the design culture of a capital.

Farrells designed three major buildings and two public squares in the capital, Edinburgh, including the Exchange Financial District master plan. Like ‘O’Farrell’s Quickstep’, I learned the ‘Imperial Quick Step’ from Volume 2 of O’Farrell’s Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes.

X:2 T:The Imperial Quick Step. In Scotland it appears in the Oswald’s Caledonian Pocke Companion (Book VIII, c. ) and in the Gow’s Complete Repository (Part 2, ); A Pennsylvania version was collected as an untitled cotillion (Bayard, Dance to the Fiddle, ; No.pg.

).O’Farrell’s National Irish Music O’Farrell’s National Irish Music The ABCs for tunes unique to this volume (i.e. not included in the Pocket Companion volumes) can be found at. Its dance roots gradually resurfaced, and in it was printed in O'Farrell's Pocket Companion for the Uilleann or Union Pipes, and in the melody was again printed, this time in England in London dancing master Thomas Wilson's Companion to the Ball Room.

Freed somewhat from its military connotations, the dance tune "Downfall of Paris" became widespread in the British Isles.