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GUEST,David Ingerson Folklore: Sources for Gaelic Studies (4) RE: Folklore: Sources for Gaelic Studies 25 Oct 03

Maith thu, a Amos! That is quite a list. I'm saving it for future reference. There are a lot of interesting volumes there.

Brian O'Rourke had an earlier volume in the same format as Pale Rainbow. Blas Meala, A Sip From the Honey-Pot: Gaelic folksongs with English translations. A fine pair of books with audio tapes of the songs, too, in both English and Irish.


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