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Lyr Req: The Irish Jubilee

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Subject: The Irish Jubilee
From: Mick O'Gorman
Date: 19 Jan 99 - 12:40 PM

Hello All, your site is just wonderful. I have just discovered it and it has given me the words of many songs that I had long forgotten.

However, I am looking for the words of 'The Irish Jubilee' to be found on a Boys of the Lough Album. It starts ' A long time ago, boys, an Irish man named Docherty, Was elected to the Senate by a very large majority. He felt so elected that he sent for Denis Cassidy who owned a bar room of a very large capacity

Can anyone provide the rest please ?

Kind regards

Mick O Gorman (mogorman@telecom.ie)


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Subject: RE: The Irish Jubilee
From: dick greenhaus
Date: 19 Jan 99 - 02:02 PM

Hi- Tucked up amdist all the Mudcat Features is one called "Forum Search". Click on that, and search (body) for Irish Jubile


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Subject: RE: The Irish Jubilee
From: Mick O'Gorman
Date: 20 Jan 99 - 11:38 AM

QED !!!!!!!! Thanks very much Dick, I did as you suggested and thats where | found my lyrics. Months of trying melt away !! Thanks again. I will give it it's first airing in Mick Noones pub in Stoneybatter in Dublin, Ireland this evening, and tomorrow night in The Cobblestones in Smithfield, Dublin. 'Go raibh mile maith agat, agus Slan' ........translates into A thousand thanks to you, and goodbye.


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Subject: RE: The Irish Jubilee
From: Martin _Ryan
Date: 21 Jan 99 - 05:10 AM

Mick

Barry Gleeson recorded it a couple of years ago, with the Goleen singers!

Regards

p.s. See you in the Cobblestone .


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Subject: RE: The Irish Jubilee
From: Mick O'Gorman
Date: 27 Jan 99 - 07:03 AM

Martin, are you a regular in the Cobblestones ? Thursdays are mostly when i go. Do we know one another ? I suppose a red rose in the button hole would do the trick. I am the one who sings The King of Rome, or 'The pigeon song' as it has become known. Talk to you,

Mick


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Subject: RE: The Irish Jubilee
From: Martin _Ryan
Date: 27 Jan 99 - 07:55 AM

Mick

In fact, I'm not there all that often - and usually on a Wednesday. When I saw the name, I was thinking of Mick O'Grady! No doubt we'll bump into each otehr one of the days.


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Subject: RE: The Irish Jubilee
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Date: 28 Jan 99 - 01:18 PM

I know Mick O'Grady. Mention my name or 'The Pigeon Song' to Mick and he will know me. Rgds Mick


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Subject: RE: The Irish Jubilee
From: Bruce O.
Date: 28 Jan 99 - 03:05 PM

Date, author, and composer of "Irish Jubilee" are given on a copy in the Levy sheet music collection (Mudcat's Links), box 141, #105. [But easier to find by putting 'Irish Jubilee' in bibliographic search box.]


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Subject: RE: The Irish Jubilee
From: Bruce O.
Date: 28 Jan 99 - 03:13 PM

I should have looked up the old threads first. Martin Rayn had date, author, and composer already.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: The Irish Jubilee
From: GUEST,Frank K
Date: 30 Mar 08 - 11:27 AM

Played it. Recited it. Sung it. Accomanied others. Many times. Used to bring the house down. Very well known in the Barnsley area.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: The Irish Jubilee
From: GUEST,chips1901
Date: 24 Apr 10 - 03:09 PM

My grandfather (1896-1964) used to recite (declaim) the Irish Jubilee in the 20's, when this was the sort of thing did for entertainment of an evening.


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