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LOESBERG John - Irish Music for Classical Guitar [Notation & Tab] Chitarra

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IRISH MusIc FOR GUIT~R

Traditional music, song-airs and O'Carolan tunes. Music notation and guitar tab. Pieces range from from very easy to recital standard. Recording included

arranged for solc/clcssic guitar by

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IRISH MusIc FOR GUIT1\R

Traditional music, song-airs and O'Carolan tunes. Music notation and guitar tab. Pieces range from from very easy to recital standard. Recording included

arranged for solol classic guitar by

JoHN LOESBERG

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All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form or by any means without the prior permission of the copyright ownerS. Photocopying any part of this work is ifJegal and expressly forbidden by the Copyright Act of 1956. Copying is also illogical and short-sighted, as because of it, authors, composers and arrangers will not receive royalties for their work, nor will the publishers be able to continue their job of producing new titles.

Special thanks to Ruairi O'Flaherty for tidying up the recording and always hitting the right note.

Fingering edited by Simon Taylor

ALC.M, L.L.C.M. (T.D.), F.L.C.M.

Published by Ossian Publications

8/9 Frith Street, London WID 3JB, UK

Exclusive Distributors:

Music Sales Limited

Distribution Centre, Newmarket Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 3YB, UK Music Sales Corporation

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Order No. OMB160 ISBN 1-900428-52-0 First published 1981

This book @ Copyright 2005 Novello & Company Limited, part of The Music Sales Group.

Unauthorised reproduction of any part of this publication by any means including photocopying is an infringement of copyright.

www.musicsales.com

From the Sean Nos - the unaccompanied style of singing from the west coast, with its Arab/Indian overtones - to the Anglo-Irish ballad tradition and the magnificent art of the Irish harpers, Ireland yields a rich harvest to those willing to undergo its musical spell.

Do feel free to experiment with the music; many pieces can be played using different techniques, different emphasis and repeats may be adlibbed too, I've given guidelines, but it's up to you to make these wonderful tunes your very own!

Many forms of music dating back centuries have survived in Ireland due to its geographical position on the fringe of Europe and also because of the traditional element in cultural and other matters.

Apart from adding to the repertoire, the arranger hopes that this volume of Irish pieces will also stimulate the player's curiosity so that he or she may want to find out more about the many facets of Irish music.

The completion of this work would have been long and tortuous without the help of Simon Taylor who, as well as performing all of the pieces on the accompanying CD, found the time and energy to straighten me out on fingerings and many of the practicalities of writing for the guitar.

Thanks are also due to Douglas Gunn, an expert on Carolan's music, who himself arranged many Carolan pieces for a variety of instruments. Andrew Shiels - himself a composer and musician - expertly looked after the music-typesetting and helped out in so many other ways.

John Loesberg Cork, Ireland 2005

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Turlough 0 Carolan (1670-1738) arr. by John Loesberg

Allegro

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Turlough 0 Carolan (1670-1738) orr. by John Loesberg

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SOME NOTES ON THE MUSIC

THE RIGHTS OF M~N

This hornpipe was taken from O'Neill's great collection of Irish Traditional music 'The Dance Music of Ireland' now available in reprint from several publishers.

THE BOYS OF BLUEHILL

A lively hornpipe also taken from O'Neill's The Dance Music of Ireland'.

SHE MOVED THROUGH THE F1\IR Traditional Air, Words by P.J. Mac Call.

From its haunting, almost eastern sounding modal melody, this may be an air of some antiquity.

The song was collected by Herbert Hughes on

Co. Donegal, the words were re-written by Padraic Colum. (From 'Folksongs and Ballads Popular in Ireland' also by John Loesberg)

B~IDIN FHEILIMI

The story of Phelim and his little boat. A song from the North-West of the country.

FE1\R KN BH1\T1\

A melancholy song from Donegal which occurs in many versions throughout Scotland as well.

The song tells of the plight of the wife of a boatsman lost at sea.

THE L~RK IN THE CLE~R KIR

An ancient air, 'An tailliur.' English words by Sir Samuel Ferguson. A tune known to many in Ireland as it has been featured for years as the introduction of Ciaran Mac Mathuna's radio programme 'Mo cheol thu.' (From 'Folksongs and Ballads Popular in Ireland')

BOUL1\VOGUE

One of the many scattered riSings in 1798 took place in Co. Wexford under theleadership of a 'Croppy' priest, Father John Murphy. The tune is the ancient 'Youghal Harbour. (From 'Folksongs and Ballads Popular in Ireland')

EILEEN KROON

The 14th century harper Cearbhaill O'Dalaigh composed the air and wrote the original lyrics of this touching love song. The English version is by Gerald Griffin (1803-1840) better known as the author of 'The Colleen Bawn.' The full lyrics of this song may be found in Volume One of 'Folksongs and Ballads Popular In Ireland'

DID You SEE THE BL~CK ROGUE

Taken from Bunting's 1840 Collection. This piece was notated by Bunting from the harp playing of H. Higgins in 1792. The author is unknown.

DOWN By THE S~LLY G~RDENS

Although the words are in a poem by W. B. Yeats in a publication of 1889, a song called 'The Rambling Boys Of Pleasure' dating back to the 18th century is very much the same tune. Its first verse goes:

It's down in the Sally's garden, 0, there hangs rosies three.

Yeats must have found inspiration in these lines and rewrote and undoubtedly improved the original.

The air is The Maid Of Mourne Shore.'

(From 'Folksongs and Ballads Popular In Ireland')

SPINNINGWHEEL SONG

John F. Waller (1809-1894) composed this everpopular song. The tune and rhythm really conjure up the footstirring of the girl at the wheel.

(From 'Folksongs and Ballads Popular In Ireland')

SP~NClL HILL

On the road between Ennis and Tulia is found the cross of Spancil Hill, where a fair is held every year at the end of July. It has the distinction of being . one of the oldest horse fairs in Munster.

(From 'Folksongs and Ballads Popular In Ireland')

C~RRICKFERGUS

Named after the old town on Belfast Lough in North East Ireland. A very evocative song, parts of the lyrics can be found in the folksong repertoire of many English speaking countries. The Water Is Wide' is an Anglo-Scottish version which is quite well known in America.

(From 'Folksongs and Ballads Popular In Ireland')

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THE IRISH WASHERWOMAN

This Irish jig which, strangely enough is rather well-known abroad in orchestral arrangements but rarely played in Ireland probably because of over-familiarity. It appears in a publication by Brysson in Edinburgh. This volume was printed in 1790 and bears the title 'A curious selection of favourite tunes with variations to which is added fifty favourite Irish airs: It contains many jigs amongst which The Irish Waterman' now called

'The Irish Washerwoman'. The titles of Irish traditional tunes normally have very little to do with their musical content. As a means of identifying a tune out of thousands of others, however, it is quite useful to have so many pieces with exotic names like:

The Rights Of Man, Smash The Windows, The Sailor's Cravat etc.

PLANXTY IRWIN

Carolan

Taken from the 1796 Bunting Collection. Like many of Carolan's pieces this is a song, its words are found in 'An Dunaire' by Thaddeus Connellan, 1829. This editor provides the following English translation:

We will take our way without delay. To see a Noble, brave and gay,

The gallant Colonel near the sea, Him I mean to treat of;

With mirth and joy he fills his glasses, Delights to cheer both lads and lasses, This is John I will answer,

The brave English Irelander.

This piece was for Colonel John Irwin (1680-1752) of Tanrego house on Ballisodare Bay, Co. Sligo who was high sheriff of Sligo in 1731.

PLKNXTY JUDGE

Carolan

Taken from the 1809 Bunting Collection. This is a jig attached to another piece printed separately in the collection as 'Madam Judge'. Mrs Judge was the wife of Thomas Judge of Grangebeg, Co. Westmeath, whom she married in 1707.

PLKNXTY MCGUIRE

Carolan

The words of this song can be found in

D.J. O'Sullivan's book 'Carolan the Life and Times and Music of an Irish Harper'. The song is dedicated to Constantine McGuire of Tempo, Co. Fermanagh.

THE LKMENTKTION OF OWEN 0 NEILL

Carolan

From the 1796 Bunting Collection. Owen Roe O'Neill was the commander of the Ulster army of Confederates. His death in 1649 was a national disaster and laid Ireland open to the Cromwellian settlement. This piece shows some influence of Tudor and even Elizabethan lute music and it was arranged for the guitar with this in mind.

CKROLKN S CONCERTO Carolan

Taken from the 1809 Bunting Collection. This is without doubt the best known of Carolan's works.

It was dedicated to Mrs Power of Coorheen House on the shores of the lake at Loughrea, Co. Galway.

Fanny Power, her daughter, had a piece dedicated to herself which is also included in this collection

(Track 8d, page 50). Carolan's Concerto allegedly resulted from the rivalry between Carolan and one of the many visiting Italian musicians who often called on the Irish noblemen. The musician with whom Carolan apparently had a contest of musical skills

may have been Geminiani himself.

PLKNXTY CHKRLES COOTE

Carolan

From the 1840 Bunting Collection. Dedicated to the descendant of Sir Charles Coote, the first settler of the Coote family in Ireland. The subject of this piece may be either the 4th or 5th baronet of the same name, both of whom lived at Coote Hall,

Co. Roscommon.

HULETH'S HEKL TH

Carolan

from the 1809 Bunting Collection. A lively drinking song to honour a gentleman who has never been identified. In various other sources the name is spelt 'Hewlett'.

PLKNXTY CONNOR

Carolan

From the 1809 Bunting Collection. Nothing much is known about the John O'Connor-Faly to whom this piece is dedicated. More than likely he was one of the O'Connors of Offaly who in Tudor times were a very powerful family. Councillor John O'Connor held the rank of Colonel in King James' army and was slain at the battle of Aughrim in 1691. It is possible that his son Maurice asked Carolan to write the piece to commemorate his father.

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51 BEAG 51 MOR

Carolan

5pelt in various ways, 51 Beag 51 Mer is allegedly the first piece composed by Carolan. There is an Irish legend describing two 'fairy raths' on hilltops in Co. Leitrim, where a battle was once fought between the 'good people'. In Carolan's lyrics (in An Duanaire,

T. Connellan, 1829) we are told of the great contention that arose between the two rival queens of the two 5ighbrugha (fairy places). They first indulged in wordy warfare, each claiming superiority over the other. Then ensued a battle between their partisans, fought on the plain between 51 Beag and 51 Mer, "the like of which has not been seen since Troy". Finally a parley or truce is called in view of the hostile approach of the Fairy Host of two neighbouring hills, Ben Aughlin and Carn Clonhugh, and the two sides unite in the face of common danger.

MORGAN M"AGKN

Carolan

From the 1809 Bunting Collection. Composed in honour of Morgan Magan of Togherstown,

Co. Westmeath, who died in 1738.

F"ANNY POWER

Carolan

From the 1840 Bunting Collection. Fanny (Frances) Power was the daughter and heiress of David and Elizabeth Power of Coorheen, Loughrea, Co. Galway. Carolan wrote compositions for several members of the Power family. David Power (O'Sullivan No.153) and of course 'Mrs Power' (O'Sullivan No.159) which is better known as Carolan's Concerto and is also included in this volume (CD track 6b, page 35)

AIRDI CU"AN

An old song from the North of Ireland.

Like many sean-nos songs this really could be described as a form of Irish 'Blues' with the usual many references to the paSSionate descriptions of troubled lives and locations.

If I were in Airdi Cuan

Near that mountain that's far away from me It would be seldom that I wouldn't go

To the Cuckoo's Glen on a Sunday

Chorus:

And och, och, the whole of Ireland a Melancholy Ireland and a

It's my heart is heavy and sad.

It's many the Christmas that I was At the bottom of the River Doinne and me without sense

Hurling on the white beach

And my white hurley in my fist.

THE THREE 5EKC"APTAINS

This traditional set dance is printed in O'Neill's 'The Dance Music Of Ireland' (No. 961) and various other sources.

o CAROLAN 1670-1738

If your appetite for the music of a Carolan has been whetted by some of these arrangements of his work you may want to check out

'Carolan, the Life and Times and Music of an Irish Harper' by Donal O'Sullivan (OSSian).

This is a re-edited, complete edition of anything and everything about a Carolan including the music of every Single composition known to exist.

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IRISH MUSIC FOR GUITAR

arranged for solo/classic guitar by JOHN LOESBERG

Here is an exciting collection of new material for the guitarist, drawn from Ireland's rich musical tradition. Included are arrangements of harp music, folksongs and traditional dance tunes. This album offer no less than 27 pieces, many of them suitable for players in their first year of study.

Also featured are compositions by the 17th century harper/composer Q'Carolan. These are arranged here for more advanced players. The lively, tuneful pieces in this collection will make a welcome addition to the repertoire of beginner and recitalist alike. All arangements are carefully and lovingly treated by John Loesberg, who already has published collections of folksongs,

arrangements and original compositions which received wide recognition.

The accompanying recording made by Simon Taylor illustrates the music perfectly and will give listeners a taste for these arrangements and the music of Ireland in general.

This represents a first-class introduction to Ireland's musical tradition' Raymond Burley in 'Classical Guitar'

'Mr Loesberg clearly understands what the music is about' Charles Acton in ''Books Ireland'

The Rights of Man 4 The Boys of Bluehill 6

She moved through the Fair 8 B6idrn Pheilimf 10

Fear an BhOta 12

Planxty Irwin 28 Planxty Judge 30 Planxty Maguire 32 The Lamentation of Owen O'Neill 34

The Lark in the Clear Air 13 Carolan's Concerto 35

Boulavogue 14 Planxty Charles Coote 38

Eileen Aroon 15 Huleth's Health 40

Did you see the Black Rogue 18 Planxty Connor 42

Down by the Sally Gardens 20 Si Beag Si Mar 44

The Spinningwheel Song 21 Morgan Magan 47

Spancil Hill 22 Fanny Power 50

Carrickfergus 24 Air'dl Cuan 52

The Irish Washerwo~ ~----""Lko_Ib_,.,-'2D_ Seacaptains 54

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