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    • Hugh Shields Collection. Reel-to-Reel 146 [sound recording] / [various performers]

Sound Recording
CID:
ITMA Reference:
    • 2190-ITMA-REEL
Material Type:
Archive Location:
    • 2190a-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2190b-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2190c-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2190d-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2190e-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2190f-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2190g-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2190h-ITMA-REEL/CDR
Creation Location:
    • Recorded in [Hugh Shields's house in Dublin, summer 1962] [tracks A1–12]
    • Recorded off-air from BBC 3rd programme broadcasts, various dates 1962–1964 [tracks A13–23, B1, C1–2, E1–2, F1, G1, H1]
    • Recorded [in Mrs Eileen Keaney's house in Belfast], November 1964 [tracks D2–5]
    • Recorded [in Robert John Shields's house in Belfast], November 1964 [tracks D1, 6–17]
    • Recorded in Magilligan, Co. Derry [In Eddie Butcher's house and elsewhere], November 1964 [tracks D18–28]
    • Recorded in [Hugh Shields's house in Dublin], 6 January 1964 [tracks D29–31]
Creation Date:
    • 1962–1964
    • 13 January 1964
    • November 1964
Catalogue Number:
    • HS 6106
    • 2190a-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405308184L4
    • 2190a-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0997580
    • 2190a-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0997380
    • 2190a-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0997480
    • 2190b-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309951L2
    • 2190b-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0997780
    • 2190b-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0997980
    • 2190b-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0997680
    • 2190c-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309952M1
    • 2190c-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0998180
    • 2190c-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0998280
    • 2190c-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0998080
    • 2190d-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309953L5
    • 2190d-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0998480
    • 2190d-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0998580
    • 2190d-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0998380
    • 2190e-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309954R4
    • 2190e-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0998680
    • 2190e-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0998880
    • 2190e-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0998780
    • 2190f-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 53440530995L3
    • 2190f-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0998980
    • 2190f-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0999180
    • 2190f-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0999080
    • 2190g-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309956M2
    • 2190g-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0999480
    • 2190g-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0999280
    • 2190g-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0999380
    • 2190h-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309957M1
    • 2190h-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0999680
    • 2190h-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0999780
    • 2190h-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0999580
People:
Creator:
    • Urdiales, Millán
    • Shaw de Urdiales, Patricia (English wife of above Spaniard)
    • Reina
    • Reina, Federico
    • [unidentified performers]
    • [unidentified performer]
    • Kohnen, Robert
    • Alarius Ensemble of Brussels C1
    • Wachsmann, K.P
    • Shields, Norah
    • Keaney, Mrs. Eileen
    • Shields, Robert John
    • Butcher, Eddie Aughil
    • Gunning, Marion
    • 'Aunt Judy' (Russian emigre? living in Dublin)
    • Simms
    • Simms, Hilary
    • (John Whitworth, Gerald English
    • Rimmer, Joan
    • Richards Jones, Nancy
    • Loyd, A.L
    • Elliot, John
    • Elliot, Jack
    • Killen, Lou
    • Unidentified performer, maramba A16
    • Unidentified performer, moraja A18
    • Maguire, Charles, flute C1
    • Rubinlicht, Janine, violin C1
    • Kuyken, Wieland, viola da gamba C1
    • Unidentified performers, singing in African C2, group instrumentals C2 Unidentified performer, speech in English C1
Contributors:
    • Hugh Shields
Contents:
Track A:
    1. El Conde Arnaldos, romance [old ballad] / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    2. Romance del prisionero, romance [old ballad] / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    3. Fonte frida, romance [old ballad] / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    4. La batalla de Roncesvalles (‘Mala la vistes, franceses, la caza de Roncesvalles...’), romance [old ballad] / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    5. La batalla de Roncesvalles (‘En París esta Dona Alda...’), romance [old ballad] / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    6. Ayer vite en la fonte, poem [from [Maud] Karpeles, folk songs of Europe / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    7. Romance de la luna, luna, poem [by Federico García Lorca] / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    8. La casada infiel, poem [by Lorca / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    9. A Don Francisco Giner de los Ríos [by Antonio Machado] / Millán Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    10. Que no quiero amores en Inglaterra, poem / Patricia Shaw de Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    11. Miraba la mar la malcasada, poem / Patricia Shaw de Urdiales, speech in Spanish
    12. Os Lusiadas, poem [by Luís de Camões, extract] / Millán Urdiales, speech in Portuguese
    13. Mampolorio, song [sung at the death of a child: first track from radio programme: on Venezuelan folk music, presented by A.L. Lloyd, and sung by the Reina family. BBC 3rd programme, 2 September 1962 [tracks 13-23, recorded off air]  / Reina family member, singing in Spanish, guitar
    14. Tune: Whip-tune, tune / Federico Reina, ‘cuatro’ [4-stringed guitar]
    15. Tune: Caricario, classical dance tune ‘folklorized; / Reina family member, ‘cuatro’ [4-stringed guitar]
    16. Tune: Uno y catorce, tune / Reina family, ‘cuatro’ guitar ; percussion [maramba?]
    17. Tune: Joropo - El gavilan (pasaje), tune / Reina family, 2 ‘cuatro’ guitars ; moraja?
    18. Tune: Joropo, tune / Reina family, 2 ‘cuatro’ guitars ; moraja? 
    19. A mi negra la quiero, song / Reina family, singing in Spanish ; ‘cuatro’ guitar
    20. Velada de la cruz; Todas las floren se fueron, songs [quasi-religious] / female Reina family member [child?] performer), song / Reina family, singing in Spanish to  guitars
    21. Corrido - A la una, song, / Reina family, guitar
    22. Songs: Aguinaldo tun-tun?, song / female Reina family member, singing in Spanish to guitar
    23. Quién es? Gente de paz, song [Christmas carol], / Reina family, guitars
Track B:
    1. Aucassin &  Nicolette, radio programme [English adaptation of the medieval French chantefable, incomplete, recorded off air,  BBC 3rd programme, 1962 or 1963] [end of band one]
Physical Description:
    • 1 sound tape reel : analog
Documentation:
    • See related ephemera
    • Carton: '6 / Fully Recorded'
    • See related documentation and ephemera, including card index to all Hugh Shields's 4-track reels. Documentation revised by Lisa Shields, August 2009
Commercial Y/N:
  • Non-commercial Sound Recordings
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Track C:
    1. Rameau’s harpsichord music, radio programme [recorded off air from BBC third programme], speech ; baroque music / unidentified presenter, speech in English ; Robert Kohnen, harpsichord solo ; Alarius ensemble of Brussels, various instruments
    2. [Domestic recording of a BBC 3rd programme radio rebroadcast [of 31 January 1965] Epic Survivals no 3 (of 5) ‘Traces of the epic in Africa’, by K.P. Wachsmann, presented by K.P Wachsmann, reader Denys Hawthorne, 25 May 1963] / K.P Wachsmann, speech in English ; Denys Hawthorne, speech in English ; various performers singing in African dialects, various native instruments. 
      [The series editor was A.L. Lloyd. Nos 1, 2 and 5  are on 6108 (CID239818) No 3 is on 6106 (CID 55169), no 4 on 6113 (CID 239880)]


Track D:
    1. My aunt Jane, song / Mrs Norah Shields, singing in English
    2. Thíos ag teach an torraimh, song, / Mrs Eileen Keaney, singing in Irish
    3. Poor Toby is dead, talk about the following ; song / Mrs Eileen Keaney, speech in English, singing in English
    4. Here are the robbers coming through, song / Mrs Eileen Keaney, singing in English
    5. Henry Joy McCracken, song / Mrs Eileen Keaney, singing in English
    6. Green gravel (‘Dear Dolly dear Dolly...’), song [3 lines only] / Mrs Norah Shields, singing in English
    7. Our queen up the river, song / Robert John Shields, singing in English
    8. Granma granma Gray, rhyme  / Robert John Shields, speech in English
    9. Granma granma Gray, rhyme / Mrs Norah Shields, speech in English 
    10. Eettle attle blue bottle, rhyme / Mrs Norah Shields, speech in English
    11. One two three alery, song  / Mrs Norah Shields, singing in English
    12. A rah chickapa, rhyme [‘counting out for tig’] / Mrs Norah Shields, speech in English
    13. Here are the robbers, talk about the following ; song  / Mrs Norah Shields, speech in English, singing in English
    14. Our queen can burl her leg / Robert John Shields, singing in English
    15. One potato, two potato, talk about the following ; rhyme  / Mrs Norah Shields, speech in English
    16. As I went over Corney hill, talk about the following ; rhyme / Mrs Norah Shields, speech in English
    17. In mud eels is,  talk about the following ; rhyme  / Mrs Norah Shields, speech in English 
    18. As I went over Corney hill, rhyme / Eddie Butcher, speech in English
    19. As I was going to St. Ives, rhyme / Eddie Butcher, speech in English
    20. How many feet has forty sheep, rhyme / Eddie Butcher, speech in English 
    21. Twenty six sheep, rhyme / Eddie Butcher, speech in English 
    22. My aunt Jane, song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English 
    23. When a man’s in love, song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English 
    24. The old plaid shawl (‘Not far from Conamara when the merry month of May...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    25. The croppy boy (‘Good men and true in this house who dwell...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English 
    26. Longfield bank (‘On a dull October morning...’), song [words by Eddie Butcher] / Eddie Butcher, singing in English 
    27. Anglers on the Roe(‘ Come gather round you fishermen...’), song [words by Eddie Butcher] / Eddie Butcher, singing in English 
    28. In and out go the dusty bluebells, rhyme / Marion Cunning, speech in English  [end of band two] 
    29. Babushki ladushki, song [for children] ; Do do, l’enfant do, lullaby.; Morozh i solntse, den’ chudesny, poem [by Alexandr Pushkin] ; rhymes [snatches], ‘Aunt Judy’ [elderly Russian refugee living in Dublin], singing in Russian, singing in French, speech in Russian
    30. Master McGrath, song [fragment] / Katharine Simms (15), singing in English
    31. The Kerry recruit (‘Mrs McGee the sergeant said...’) / Hilary Simms (11), singing in English
Track E:
    1. Early medieval music of church and court, radio programme [recorded off air from BBC 3rd programme, 6 January 1964],  songs ; medieval instrumental music / Martindale Sidwell choir and various soloists, singing in Provençal, various instruments [including hurdy-gurdy, Gothic harp, crwth]
    2. Chaka to King Kong: the modern evolution of Southern African music, radio programme [recorded off air from BBC third programme, 13 January 1964] / Percival R. Kirby, speech in English ;  various performers singing in African dialects ; various musicians
Track F:
    1. The triple harp, radio programme [recorded off air from BBC 3rd programme presented by Joan Rimmer, 13 January 1964], traditional Welsh and baroque music / Joan Rimmer, speech in English ; Nancy Richards Jones, Welsh triple harp [end of band three]
Track G:
    1. The songs of the Durham miners, radio programmes  [recorded off air from BBC third programme, presented by A.L. LLoyd:  part 1 ‘The older stratum’ 27 January 1964 ; part 2 ‘The newer seam’  3 February 1964]  / A.L. Lloyd, speech in English ; Jack Elliot, singing in English, John Elliot ; singing in English ; various performers, singing in English 
Track H:
    1. Sixteenth century choral music by Thomas Tallis and William Byrd (including Byrd’s Cantiones Sacrae, 1575), radio programme [recorded off air from BBC 3rd programme]  / Cantores in Ecelesia (conductor Michael Howard), singing in Latin [end of band four]

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