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Excellent overview and history of Irish and Irish-American music as it developed in the 19th and 20th centuries, with a companion CD to boot.
Excellent overview and history of Irish and Irish-American music as it developed in the 19th and 20th centuries, with a companion CD to boot. It gives context and insight to songs you've heard for years as well as introduces the reader/listener to many more obscure songwriters and pieces as well.
Far From the Shamrock Shore: The Story of Irish-American Immigration Through Song. Mick Moloney was born in Limerick, Ireland, but makes his home in the . As on 1995's Out of Ireland, his subject is the Irish in America, specifically how generations of desperate immigrants took ship, made landfall, struggled for their livelihoods, and, finally, achieved economic and social parity. And on "Sweet King Williamstown," a lad from steerage survives the sinking of the Titanic only to meet his fate during World War I. The accompanying book is sold separately.
Mick Moloney (2002). Far from the Shamrock Shore: The Story of Irish-American Immigration Through Song. George Bornstein (2011). Harvard University Press. p. 152. ISBN 978-0-674-05701-2. Barrett, James R. (2012). The Irish Way: Becoming American in the Multiethnic City. 176. ISBN 978-1-101-56059-4. If It Wasn't for the Irish and the Jews" sung by Billy Murray, at the Library of Congress National Jukebox.
The Story of Irish-American Immigration Through Song. Far from the Shamrock Shore. The Story of Irish-American Immigration Through Song. 25,000 first printing.
Mick Moloney, a native of Limerick, was part of the '60s folk revival in Ireland and has recorded more than 40 albums/tapes/CDs.
com: Far from the Shamrock Shore - the story of Irish-American immigration through song: The illustrated story of Irish immigration to America, in text photos and song. Includes unopened audio CD. Nice birhgt tight copy of scarce book. 10-1/4 x 10-1/4, 38 pp, b/w 7 color photos & illus, unopened audio CD in rear pocket. Mick Moloney, a native of Limerick, was part of the '60s folk revival in Ireland and has recorded more than 40 albums/tapes/CDs. A college professor, arts administrator, radio and TV personality, he has received numerous accolades and was twice named one of the "Top 100 Irish Americans" by Irish America magazine.
The only minor complaint is that, while Moloney's voice is in fine form on all tracks, his warm mandolin, guitar, and banjo playing is sorely underused.
Moloney, Mick (2002). Twas Only an Irishman's Dream: The Image of Ireland and the Irish in American Popular Song Lyrics, 1800-1920. University of Illinois Press. O'Connor, Nuala (1991). Bringing it All Back Home: the influence of Irish music. CCUSA-Northeast Region The listing for Scottish, Irish, and Celtic concerts and tours for the Northeast United States and Eastern Canada. The Harp That Once Through Tara's Hall (Sara Banleigh at Lincoln Center).
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