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Here is some Irish Midi Files that I have created or remixed using a PC-XP with a Sound Blaster 5.1 Live Card and SF2 Sound Fonts, I hope you will enjoy these melodies as much as I have...... Enjoy!
 

 

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"The Wearing of the Green" is an Irish street ballad which tells the story of the Irish Rebellion of 1798. The rebellion, let by a republican revolutionary group called the Society of United Irishmen fought for parliamentary reforms and an end to English rule...

 

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The Irish folk song "Mursheen Durkin" tells the story of an emigrant from Ireland who goes to mine for gold in California during the California Gold Rush, 1849

 

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"Wild Mountain Thyme" (also known as "Purple Heather" and "Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go") is a folk song written by Francis McPeake, a member of a well known musical family in Belfast, Ireland, and of Scottish origin...

 

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The Raggle Taggle Gypsy is a traditional folk song in origin a Scottish order ballad, and subsequently popular throughout Britain, Ireland and North America. It concerns a rich lady who runs off to join the gypsies ...

 

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"The Rocky Road to Dublin" is a fast-paced 19th century Irish song about a man's experiences as he travels to Liverpool in England from his home in Tuam in Ireland. The tune has a typical Irish rhythm, classified as a slip (or hop) jig in 9/8 timing, and is often performed instrumentally...

 

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"The Irish Rover" is an Irish folk song about a magnificent, though improbable, ship that reaches an unfortunate end....

 

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Historically the song has been referred to in Irish folklore, and since the late sixteenth century it has been noted in written records, although it is likely that some northern Atlantic fishing crews knew the song before these historical accounts were made ...And it's no nay never, No nay never no more, Will I play the wild rover, No never no more ...

 

 

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This is a lively Scottish dance for eight people ...Enjoy!

 

 

The Dashing White Sergeant is a Scottish Country Dance, performed to a similarly titled piece of music. The dance is in 4/4 time, thus it is in the form of a reel. The dance is performed by groups of six dancers and is progressive ...

 

 

 

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