The Irish Reciter
Much-loved pieces ranging from patriotism to pathos, from the gentlest love lyrics to the most rumbustious doggerel. A real boon for reciters both young and old and fans of Irish 'crack' everywhere. Attractively illustrated, this marvelous anthology includes the old favorites 'The Midnight Court' and 'The Lake Isle of Innisfree'.
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Kilcash Anon translated by Frank OConnor
Tory Pledges Thomas Moore
The Lake Isle of Innisfree W B Yeats
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Adieu Ballad banks of Erne bells blood blue Burke called Caoch O'Leary danced Dark Rosaleen dead died DRUMS earth eyes face fair fear feel feet fire flames flute Fontenoy Francis give gone grave green hair hand head heart heaven hills hope hour hundred Ireland Irish John Kelly King knew land leave light live look Lord MICHIGAN morn never night ould pass Patrick permission to reprint plain play poor proud rain rest rise road round rush sail says seen Shea ship side smile song sound stand sure sweet tell There's things thought Three Three Cows tide town true turn Twas wandering watched waters waves West wild winding winding banks Woman of Three wrongs young