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Sound Recording
CID:
ITMA Reference:
    • 1085-ITMA-REEL
Material Type:
Archive Location:
    • DCS 119-D -- 1085a-ITMA-REEL/CDR
Creation Location:
    • Recorded in the house of James Cunningham (‘wee Jim’), Long Stone, Annalong, Co. Down, 24 July 1970 [tracks A1–5]
    • Recorded in the house of Charles McKibben (aged about 70), Annalong, Co. Down, 28 July 1970 [tracks A6–12]
    • Recorded in the house of William Haughton Crowe, Rostrevor, Co. Down, 30 July 1973
Creation Date:
    • 24 July 1970
    • 28 July 1970
    • 30 July 1970
Catalogue Number:
    • HS 7003
    • 1085a-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 4255 2237 3437
    • 1085a-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: 3156 2112 5701
    • 1085a-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: TA473E 0903180
    • 1085a-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: SA426B 0903480
Creator:
    • Cunningham, Eileen
    • Cunningham, Mary Ann
    • McKibben, Chas
    • Shields, Hugh
    • Crowe, William Haughton
Contributors:
    • Shields, Hugh
Contents:
Track A:
  • Girls, when you’re young (‘An old man came courting me,  Hey ding doorum day...’), song [learnt from radio or gramophone ?] / Eileen Cunningham (daughter of Jim), singing in English ; Mrs Mary Ann Cunningham (wife of Jim), singing in English [helping] [session continued from 7002]
    The maid of Mourne Shore (‘Fare you well to Walmsley’s shady groves and her woods and her valleys green...’), song / Mary Ann Cunningham, singing in English ; / Eileen Cunningham, singing in English
    Talk about the song ‘The maid of Mourne Shore’ / Mary Ann Cunningham, speech in English ; Hugh Shields, speech in English
    Rocking the baby to sleep (‘She is just forty-five and a tidy wee wife...’), song  / Mary Ann Cunningham, singing in English
    The bonny Irish boy (‘His name I love to mention, in Ireland he was born, song [air: cf, Banks of Claudy] [end of session] [END OF BAND ONE]
    Talk about new year customs / Charles McKibben, speech in English ; Hugh Shields, speech in English
    Londonderry on the banks of the Foyle (‘Sure I’ll sing you a song of a town of great fame...’), song / Charles McKibben, singing in English
    Rathfriland on the hill (‘Sure if I was in Rathfriland now I’d call myself at home...’), song [fragment] / Charles McKibben, singing in English
    The Annalong Volunteers (‘Oh you may talk about your Ballymartin boys...’), song [date 1913 or after, fragment, air: South Down militia] / Charles McKibben, singing in English
    Queenstown (‘Will you give me your beautiful harbours...’), song [fragment] / Charles McKibben, singing in English
    I was always light-hearted and airy, song [fragment, untraditional] ; talk about the song / Charles McKibben, singing in English, speech in English [end of session]
    Story of the song ‘The maid of Mourne Shore’, speech / William Haughton Crowe, speech in English ; Hugh Shields, speech in English [end of session] [END OF BAND TWO]

Physical Description:
    • 1 sound tape reel : analog
Documentation:
    • Indexes provided by Hugh Shields, see related ephemera
    • Carton: `70/ / --3 / SONGS, Annalog, co. Down / SPEECH, Rostrevor, co. Down / MASTER'
    • Spool: `MASTER 70/3'
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  • Non-commercial Sound Recordings
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