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'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly

Liberty Boy 13 Sep 17 - 03:22 AM
GUEST,Martin Ryan 13 Sep 17 - 05:08 AM
Jim Carroll 13 Sep 17 - 06:08 AM
clueless don 13 Sep 17 - 08:27 AM
Jim Carroll 13 Sep 17 - 09:52 AM
GUEST,Peter Laban 13 Sep 17 - 12:17 PM
Liberty Boy 13 Sep 17 - 12:54 PM
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Jim Carroll 14 Sep 17 - 03:40 AM
Liberty Boy 14 Sep 17 - 07:04 AM
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Subject: Folklore: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes'
From: Liberty Boy
Date: 13 Sep 17 - 03:22 AM

'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - The Life and Legacy of Tom Munnelly
A Celebration of the Folksong and Folklore Collector, Dublin, 13?14 October 2017

13 October 2017
Informal Session: 'Celebrating Tom Munnelly' at Góilín Singers' Club, Teachers' Club, Parnell Square, 8pm ? midnight (?6)
Special guests: Éamonn Ó Bróithe, Lillis Ó Laoire

Launch by Pádraig Ó Héalaí of The Mount Callan Garland: Songs from the Repertoire of Tom Lenihan by Tom Munnelly (book and CDs)

14 October 2017
Day Seminar: National Library of Ireland (Seminar Room), Kildare Street, 10.30am ? 3.45pm

10.30 Registration: ?12 (?6 euro ? concessions/half-day)

11.00 Welcome Address: Ríonach uí Ógáin
        
Session 1 (11.15 ? 1.00) Chair: Grace Toland

Paper 1 Nicholas Carolan: Tom Munnelly: His Life and Times
Paper 2 Ríonach uí Ógáin: 'Collecting Daisies with a Digger': Tom Munnelly's Work with UCD
Paper 3 Thérèse Smith: Singing the Self: Song, Memory and Identity

Lunch: 12.45 ? 1.30

Session 2 (1.30 ? 3.00) Chair: Anne Clune

Paper 1 John Moulden: Child Ballads, the Big Songs
Paper 2 Bairbre Ní Fhloinn: 'Green Grows the Lily-o': Tom Munnelly and the Irish Traveller Singing Tradition
Paper 3 Terry Moylan: Paddy's Resource and The Harp of Erin ?The Songsters of The United Irishmen

Keynote (3.00) Chair: Nicholas Carolan

Cathal Goan: The Place of Folk and Traditional Song in Contemporary Irish Life

Concert: 8pm ? Teachers' Club, Parnell Square: 12 euro (6 euro ? concessions)
Finbar Boyle, MC

For further information and booking see    https://www.eventbrite.ie/d/ireland--dublin/munnelly/


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Subject: RE: Folklore: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes'
From: GUEST,Martin Ryan
Date: 13 Sep 17 - 05:08 AM

Looking forward to it ...

Regards


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Subject: RE: Folklore: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes'
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 13 Sep 17 - 06:08 AM

Hi J
Really sorry to miss this - will be recovering from new hip!!
Good luck to all
Jim Carroll


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Subject: RE: Folklore: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes'
From: clueless don
Date: 13 Sep 17 - 08:27 AM

On the "Doolin Point" collection there is a song which I believe is called "The Famous Faha (sp?) Sports". The first line of the song is "Come all ye loyal heroes". Is that the source of the conference title?

Don


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 13 Sep 17 - 09:52 AM

"Come all ye loyal heroes".
A "commonplace line - probably best associated with Morrissey and the Russian Sailor
Jim Carroll


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: GUEST,Peter Laban
Date: 13 Sep 17 - 12:17 PM

Thanks for posting this Jerry.

I am still more than a bit miffed I missed the anniversary commemoration in Miltown last weekend because I never saw any announcement for the event.


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Liberty Boy
Date: 13 Sep 17 - 12:54 PM

Thanks for the kind comments. Just a slight alteration.

Session 2 (1.30 ? 3.00) Chair: Anne Clune

Paper 1 John Moulden: Ballads and Songs: Print and Practice
Paper 2 Bairbre Ní Fhloinn: 'Green Grows the Lily-o': Tom Munnelly and the Irish Traveller Singing Tradition
Paper 3 Terry Moylan: Paddy's Resource and The Harp of Erin ?The Songsters of The United Irishmen


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Liberty Boy
Date: 13 Sep 17 - 12:56 PM

BTW, I think the song the line is more famously associated with is The Rocks of Bawn.


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 14 Sep 17 - 03:40 AM

"I think the song the line is more famously associated with is The Rocks of Bawn."
Maybe - but that wonderful pub rendition of Morrissey by Johnny McDonagh was one of my introductions to Irish song, so I'm biased
Good luck with the week-end
Jim


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Liberty Boy
Date: 14 Sep 17 - 07:04 AM

Thanks Jim. The first line of 'Morrissey' Come all ye gallant Irishmen, wherever you may be!


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 14 Sep 17 - 07:11 AM

Thaks J
A (too) senior moment!
Jim


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Liberty Boy
Date: 28 Sep 17 - 06:49 AM

Getting close now!


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Liberty Boy
Date: 03 Oct 17 - 07:42 AM

The Rolling Wave RTÉ Radio One 2100 Sunday 8th October 2017

This Sunday's Rolling Wave programme on RTÉ Radio One remembers singer John Reilly of Boyle who was a traveller with a large selection of valuable songs and ballads.
The song and folklore collector Tom Munnelly was a friend of John's and made recordings of his songs on visits to Boyle preserving his repertoire and bringing it to a wide audience. Christy Moore also knew John and was very taken by his singing. He includes a number of John's songs in his performances since first singing The Well Below the Valley on the Planxty album of the same name in 1973.   
John Reilly passed away in 1969 at the age of only 44 and in 1977 radio producer Tony Mac Mahon asked Tom Munnelly to write a script telling John Reilly's story for the RTÉ Radio folk music programme The Long Note.
This Sunday's Rolling Wave presented by Peter Browne gives us a chance, 40 years later, to hear that script once again and Christy Moore's memories of John Reilly.
There'll also be an archive interview with Tom Munnelly and a selection of John Reilly's songs sung by himself and Christy Moore. It's a fascinating story and it shines a light on a humble man who lived a materially poor life and seemed not to be fully aware himself of the immense value of his store of songs.
The Rolling Wave is at 9 o'clock this Sunday night on RTÉ Radio One and is broadcast to mark the 10th anniversary of the death of Tom Munnelly.
A celebration of Tom's life and work "Come All Ye Loyal Heroes" is being held in Dublin on the 14th/15th October.

Looks interesting!


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Subject: RE: 'Come All Ye Loyal Heroes' - Tom Munnelly
From: Liberty Boy
Date: 11 Oct 17 - 10:05 AM

It's this weekend, anticipation mounting!


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