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Garton Mothers Lullaby - Bernadette Greevy - Over Here

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  4. Akinokinos says:
    The Gartan Mother's Lullaby The song was first published in in "The Songs of Uladh [Ulster]" by Herbert Hughes and Joseph Campbell. Both were from Belfast, Hughes being a Protestant (Methodist) and Campbell a Catholic. Hughes collected the trad melody .
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    Oct 22,  · Mother's Song: A Lullaby [Ellin Greene, Elizabeth Sayles] on symphonic.gavinarakeleronmalofym.infoinfo *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This tender, lyrical song is an outpouring of a young mother’s love for her baby. She compares her little one to every good thing5/5(5).
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  7. Dijar says:
    "Gartan Mother's Lullaby" is an old Irish song and poem written by Herbert Hughes and Seosamh Mac Cathmhaoil, first published in Songs of Uladh [Ulster] in Hughes collected the traditional melody in Donegal the previous year and Campbell wrote the symphonic.gavinarakeleronmalofym.infoinfohed:
  8. Tetaxe says:
    The Gartan Mother's Lullaby - Comments by Alice Flynn. This is my favorite lullaby. I was introduced to it through the recording by Mary O'Hara. The song was first published in in "The Songs of Uladh [Ulster]" by Herbert Hughes and Joseph Campbell. Both were from Belfast, Hughes being a Protestant (Methodist) and Campbell a Catholic.
  9. Naramar says:
    Orla Fallon - The Gartan Mothers Lullaby Lyrics. Sleep, oh babe, for the red bee hums The silent twilight's fall Aoibheall from the gray rock comes To wrap the world in thrall A leanbhín.

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