Irish folk music (1500 - 1899)

Irish folk music (1500 - 1899)

= Births and deaths =


* Francis O'Neill (1848–1936) Irish collector of tunes
* John J Kimmel (1866–1942) Irish musician
* Elizabeth Cronin (1879–1956) Irish folk singer
* Michael Coleman (1891–1945) Irish fiddler
* James Morrison (1893–1947) Irish fiddler

Collections of songs or music

* 1796 "General Collection of the Ancient Music of Ireland" by Edward Bunting (1773–1843)
* 1800 "Collection of National Irish Music for the Union Pipes" by O'Farrell
* 1831 "Irish Minstrelsy" by James Hardiman
* 1840s,1850s "Manuscript Collection" by Canon James Goodman
* 1855 "Music of Ireland" by George Petrie

ee also

*List of Irish Music Collectors

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