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    • Hugh Shields Collection. Reel-to-Reel 147 [sound recording] / [various performers]

Sound Recording
CID:
ITMA Reference:
    • 2191-ITMA-REEL
Material Type:
Archive Location:
    • 2191a-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2191b-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2191c-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2191d-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2191e-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2191f-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2191g-ITMA-REEL/CDR -- 2191h-ITMA-REEL/CDR
Creation Location:
    • Recorded from Robert John Shields [in his house in Belfast], August 1961 [Tracks A1–5]
    • Recorded in [in Eddie Butcher's house and elsewhere] Magilligan, Co. Derry, August 1961 [Tracks A6–20, B1–11]
    • Recorded [in Mrs Ellen Devlin's house, Attagh, Drumlea, Co. Tyrone, February 1965 [Tracks B12–16]]
    • Recorded from Kitty and Michael Shields [in Hugh Shields's house, Dublin], May 1964–June 1965] [Tracks C3–16]
    • [Dublin or Donegal. Dubs from Gael Linn gramophone records] [tracks E1–2, H6–7]
    • Recorded off-air from BBC 3rd programme broadcasts, 1964 [track E3]
    • Recorded from Paddy Tunney [in Hugh Shields's house, Ballsbridge, Dublin], February 1965 [Tracks D4–5, E4–25, F1–3]
    • Recorded [in the house of Mr Patrick and Mrs Brigid Tunney, Mulick, Belleek, Co. Fermanagh], May 1965 [Tracks F4–9]
    • Ranafast, Co. Donegal [copies of stories in Irish by Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill, recorded, probably by E.Gordon Quin of TCD] [tracks G1–5, H1–4]
    • Ranafast, Co. Donegal [copies of stories in Irish spoken by Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill, [as published in the booklet Maith thú a Mhicí, ed. an tAthair Seosamh Mag Uidhirin, 1956] [recordings provided by E.Gordon Quin of TCD] [tracks G1–5, H1–4]
Creation Date:
    • August 1961
    • February 1965
    • 1964
    • May 1964–June 1965
    • March 1965
    • May 1965
Catalogue Number:
    • HS 6107
    • 2191a-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309958R5
    • 2191a-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0999980
    • 2191a-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 1000080
    • 2191a-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0999880
    • 2191b-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309959L4
    • 2191b-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 1000280
    • 2191b-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 1000380
    • 2191b-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 1000180
    • 2191c-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309960R3
    • 2191c-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 1000480
    • 2191c-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0274580
    • 2191c-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 1000580
    • 2191d-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534405309961M2
    • 2191d-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0254980
    • 2191d-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0274980
    • 2191d-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0275080
    • 2191e-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534205116007M3
    • 2191e-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0274880
    • 2191e-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0274680
    • 2191e-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0274780
    • 2191f-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534205116006R4
    • 2191f-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0255180
    • 2191f-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0255280
    • 2191f-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0255080
    • 2191g-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534205116022R3
    • 2191g-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0255380
    • 2191g-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0255580
    • 2191g-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0255780
    • 2191h-ITMA-REEL/CDR on-site copy: 534205116023M2
    • 2191h-ITMA-REEL/CDR off-site copy: HF574D 0255680
    • 2191h-ITMA-REEL/CDR user copy: HF574D 0255880
    • 2191h-ITMA-REEL/CDR donor copy: HF574D 0255780
People:
Creator:
    • Shields, Robert John (Hugh's father)
    • Butcher, Eddie
    • Shields, Nora (Hugh's mother)
    • Shields, Hugh
    • Devlin, Ellen
    • Ellen Devlin's grandson
    • Prévert, J
    • Butor, Michel
    • Shields, Kitty
    • Shields, Michael
    • [unidentified performers]
    • Tunney, Paddy
    • Ó Baoill, Micí Sheáin Néill
    • Tunney, Mr Patrick
    • Tunney, Mrs Brigid
    • Devanny, H. [Aodh Ó Duibheannaigh]
    • Gallagher, A [Áine Ní Ghallchobair]
Contributors:
    • Hugh Shields
Contents:
Track A:
    1. Excel jujubes ; Porridge & whey, rhymes / Robert John Shields, speech in English 
    2. Paddy going along the road with butter & eggs, story / Robert John Shields, speech in English
    3. Paddy selling tubs, story / Robert John Shields, speech in English
    4. Paddy and the lady’s dog), story / Robert John Shields, speech in English
    5. The Bangor boat’s away, rhyme / Robert John Shields, speech in English
    6. Hello there stranger, song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    7. The task (‘To love someone more dearly every day...’), song / Mrs Norah Shields, singing in English
    8. It’s only a step from Killarney to Heaven (‘It was at a campfire...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English 
    9. The two sweethearts (‘A group of young soldiers one night at a spree...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    10. John Mitchell (‘I am a true born Irishman...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    11. Distressed maid (‘I am a maid...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    12. Canada-i-o (‘It’s of a merchant’s daughter...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    13. Sailing to Americay (‘You brave Irish people wherever you may be...’)
    14. I long for to get married, song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    15. It’s oh that I ever was married, song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    16. The green veil (‘Oh come all you gay fellows...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    17. Erin’s green shore (‘One evening of late as I strayed by the banks...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    18. Cuckoo, riddle / Eddie Butcher, speech in English
    19. Bread, riddle / Eddie Butcher, speech in English
    20. Dreary gallows (‘My love is one of the nicest young men...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
Track B:
    1. Green bushes (‘As I went a walking one morning in May...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    2. Girl I left behind (‘My parents reared me tenderly had ne’er a child but me...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English, speech in English
    3. Girl I left behind (‘When I look back in good Coleraine the tears does fall and blind me...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    4. James McKee (‘Oh, James McKee they do call me, the same I’ll ne’er deny...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    5. Flora and I (‘As I went a-walking one evening in June...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    6. The battle was over (‘The battle was over and the victory was won...’), song / Eddie Butcher, singing in English
    7. Factory girl (‘As I went a-walking one fine summer’s morning...’) [v. 1] [using air sung earlier, unrecorded, by Robert Butcher], song / Hugh Shields, singing in English
    8. Shores of Americay (‘I am a sporting Irishman far across the foam...’) [v. 1] [using air sung earlier, unrecorded, by Robert Butcher], song / Hugh Shields, singing in English
    9. Van Dieman’s land (‘You rambling boys for pleasure, you rambling boys take care...’) [v. 1] [using air sung earlier, unrecorded, by Robert Butcher], song / Hugh Shields, singing in English
    10. Erin the green (‘You truehearted sons of Hibernia...’) [v. 1] [using air sung earlier, unrecorded, by Robert Butcher], song / Hugh Shields, singing in English
    11. Banks of Claudy (‘ ’Twas on a summer’s morning...’) [v. 1] [using air sung earlier, unrecorded, by Robert Butcher], song / Hugh Shields, singing in English
    12. Glenswilly (‘My stalwart boys around me stood, these comrades kind and true......’), / Mrs Ellen Devlin, singing in English
    13. The grand old Duke of York, rhyme / Mrs Ellen Devlin’s 6  year old grandson, speech in English
    14. Sally wan, rhyme / Mrs Ellen Devlin’s 6 year old grandson, speech in English
    15. The fox went out, rhyme / Mrs Ellen Devlin’s 6 year old grandson, speech in English
    16. John Mitchell, (‘I am a true-born Irishman, John Mitchell is my name...’), talk about this  song, speech ; song / Mrs Ellen Devlin, speech in English, singing in English ; Hugh Shields, speech in English [end of band one]
Physical Description:
    • 1 sound tape reel : analog
Documentation:
    • See related ephemera
    • Spool: '7' other side of spool '2.Mici Sheain Neil etc / 1. father, Butcher E'
    • Carton: '7'
    • 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. The French poet, Jacques Prévert  reading his own poems for children, radio broadcast (BBC 3rd programme, 20 June 1964) / Jacques Preévert, speech in French
    2. Radio programme: Michel Butor presenting a selection of French poems (Corneille, Lafontaine, Lamartine and Hugo), radio broadcast (BBC 3rd programme, 1964) / Michel Butor, speech in French
    3. The elephant, story / Kitty Shields (5), speech in English
    4. The lion, story / Kitty Shields (5), speech in English 
    5. The sausages, story / Kitty Shields (5), speech in English
    6. Hansel and Grettel, story / Kitty Shields (5), speech in English
    7. Humpty Dumpty, rhyme / Kitty Shields (5), speech in English 
    8. Polly put the kettle on, rhyme / Kitty Shields (5), speech in English 
    9. Oh, dear, what can the matter be, song / Kitty Shields (5) singing in English 
    10. Ba ba black sheep, story / Michael Shields (4+), speech in English 
    11. The tortoise, story / Kitty Shields (6), speech in English 
    12. Sing a song of sixpence, song / Michael Shields (4+), singing in English
    13. Three blind mice song / Michael Shields (4+), singing in English 
    14. Girls and boys, story / Kitty Shields (6), speech in English 
    15. Bendy and the tractor, story / Michael Shields (4+), speech in English 
    16. Bendy’s cake, story / Michael Shields (4+), speech in English
Track D:
    1. Story: The tortoise, the giraffe and the mugger [crocodile], story / Michael Shields (4+), speech in English
    2. Santy and the rubbish bin, story / Michael Shields (4+), speech in English
    3. The God Jupiter ; The king, stories / Michael Shields (4+), speech in English ; Kitty Shields (6), speech in English
    4. The mountain stream where the moorcocks crow (‘Then farewell darling for another season...’) [concluding verse of song unfinished at track F 9], song / Mrs Brigid Tunney, singing in English
    5. Mummers’ verses from Co. Tyrone, rhymes ; speech, / Mr [Patrick] Tunney, speech in English [end of band two]
Track E:
    1. Úir-chill an Chreagáin (‘Ag úir-chill an Chreagáin is ea chodail mise aréir faoi bhrón ...’), [dub from Gael Linn 78 disc], song / H[ugh] Devanny [Aodh Ó Duibheannaigh], singing in Irish
    2. Ar maidin de mairt (‘Ar maidín De Máirt bhí ábhar mór goil agam féin ...’)[dub from Gael Linn 78 disc], song / A, Gallagher [Áine Ní Ghallchobhair], singing in Irish
    3. Bartok as folk collector, presented by A.L. Lloyd, parts 1 and two, radio broadcasts, off-air recordings from BBC 3rd programme, 1964 / A.L. Lloyd, speech in English ; various performers, singing in Hungarian
    4. Barbry Allen (‘They sent for her by the high post chaise ...’), song / Paddy Tunney, singing in English
    5. Talk about this parody , Lord Lovatt (‘So he threw himself down by the side of the corp...’), speech / song / Paddy Tunney, singing in English
    6. When a man’s in love he feels no cold, song / Paddy Tunney, singing in English
    7. If Moses supposes, song / Paddy Tunney, singing in English
    8. One two three O’Leary, song / Paddy Tunney, singing in English
    9. As I was going down Glasgow toon (Wee O’Hara), song / Paddy Tunney, singing in English
    10. Riddle:Riddle me riddle me ranty bo, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English 
    11. What goes round the house, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    12. What goes over the water, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    13. What goes round the house, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    14. There was a fiddler in Dublin, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    15. As round as a riddle, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    16. What goes through the wood, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    17. Toast of the grand jury of the Orange Lodge, recitation / Paddy Tunney, speech in English 
    18. They’re like a pair of wully wee-chils dabbling on a burn broo, Lagan saying, / Paddy Tunney, speech in English 
    19. Old Roger is dead, song / Paddy Tunney, singing in English 
    20. Black Peter ; Fire on the mountain ; Wolf and sheep, games [described] / Paddy Tunney, speech in English 
    21. As I went through yon guttery gap, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    22. Here’s to the white pigeon (Hibernian toast), recitation / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    23. A lepper of ditches, riddle / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
    24. Johnny O’Connor says he loves her, song / Paddy Tunney, singing in English 
    25. There was an old woman and she lived in a shoe, rhyme / Paddy Tunney, speech in English
Track F:
    1. Talk about mummers ;  mummers’ play (including two mumming songs: ‘We’ll join our hands together’ & ‘The twelve beats the eleven’ [= Tom Brown / The cardplayers’ song ]), speech ; recitation ; songs / Paddy Tunney, speech in English, singing in English  
    2. She wouldn't do it, song ; lilt, / Paddy Tunney, singing in English, lilt 
    3. Love will you marry me, song ; lilt, / Paddy Tunney, singing in English, lilt 
    4. Mummers’ rhymes  / Mr Patrick Tunney, speech in English
    5. Mummers’ rhymes / Mrs Brigid Tunney, speech in English 
    6. Song: Fare thee well lough Derg, song / Mrs Brigid Tunney, singing in English 
    7. Song: I loved charming Jenny, Song [about lough Derg] ; speech / Mrs Brigid Tunney, singing in English, speech in English
    8. I never will return to my friends for relief, recitation / Mrs Brigid Tunney, speech in English 
    9. The mountain stream where the moorcocks crow (‘With my dog and gun through the blooming heather ...’) song, [unfinished: continues at track D 4] / Mrs Brigid Tunney, singing in English [end of band three]
Track G:
    1. [An óige 's an saol mór agus an bás], story / [Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill , speech  in Irish
    2. [Giolla na mbréag] , story / [Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill] , speech  in Irish
    3. [Taisce Ghleann Domhain] , story [ / [Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill] , speech  in Irish
    4. [An capall rua] , story [ / [Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill] , speech  in Irish
    5. [An ceathrar ceardaí óilte] , story  / [Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill], speech  in Irish
Track H:
    1. [An fear a rabh an fios aige], story / [Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill] , speech in Irish
    2. [Scéal Iúr Cinn Trá], story  / [Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill] , speech  in Irish
    3. [An Sracadh a bhí in Ó Dónaill], story  / [Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill] , speech  in Irish
    4. Untitled story  / [unidentified performer, perhaps Micí Sheáin Néill Ó Baoill] , speech in Irish
    5. Ag geaftaí Bhaile Buí a rinne mise an gníomh (Geaftaí Bhaile Buí) [dub from a Gael Linn gramophone record] /song / [Aodh Ó Duibheannaigh], singing in Irish
    6. Mo chreach is mo chrá mór nach fíon an t-uisce (Bríd bhéasach) [dub from a Gael Linn gramophone record], song / A. Gallagher [Áine Ní Ghallchobair, Bean Uí Laoi, Gweedore, Cos Donegal and Dublin],. singing in Irish
    7. Ar mo ghabháil chun an chuain domh [dub from a Gael Linn gramophone record], song / A. Gallagher [Áine Ní Ghallchobair, Bean Uí Laoi, Gweedore, Cos Donegal and Dublin], singing in Irish [end of band four]

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