Index E-H

From A History of Irish Music by William H. Grattan Flood

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Eamonn an chnuic (with music), 20-8.
Edward I employs Irish pipers, 29, 88.
Edgecombe, Sir Richard. 102.
Egan, John, harp-maker, 322.
Egan, Charles, harp-teacher, 322.
Egan, Owen Nicholas, organ-builder, 271.
Egerton, Sir John, writes for an Irish harp, 188.
Eibhlin a ruin, 73, 76, 240, 249.
"Elford's Volunteer's March," 307.
Ekkhard's account of St. Gall, 14.
Eisteddfod, Irish origin of, 48-9.
Elizabeth, Queen, favours Irish dances, 168.
Elizabethan enactments against minstrels, 111 et seq.
English language to be used by all the Palesmen (in 1360), 91;
—practically moribund in the fifteenth century, 82.
English School of Music, 79.
Erigena, John Scotus, 11, 59, 60.
"Essex's last good-night," 175.
Evelyn, the diarist, praises the Irish harp, 200, 204.

"Fair of Carman," see Carman.
"Fair Hills of Holy Ireland," 189.
Ferguson, Sir Samuel, 24 29, 105.
Feis Ceoil, 323, 336.
Fennell, Thomas (organist), 224-5.
Fidil (Fiddle), 22, 28.
Fermor, John (organist), 166.
Field, John (inventor of the Nocturne), 313, 324-5.
Ferdomnach (harper), 50.
Ferriter, Pierce (gentleman harper), 204.
Finglass, Patrick, 106.
Fishamble Street Music Hall, 274 ff.
FitzEustace, Sir Roland, 139.
Fitzgerald, Edmund (gentleman harper), 197.
FitzGerald, Sir Gerald, 122.
"FitzGerald" Bagpipes, 263.
"FitzGerald" harp, 214.
FitzGerald, John (song writer), 20.
Fitzjames, Piers, 114.
Fitzjohn, Fineen (piper), 103.
FitzPatrick, Brian (piper), 115.
FitzSimon, Archbishop, and the Irish language, 82.
"FitzWilliam" Virginal Book, 185.
FitzWilliams, Sir William, 110, 125.
Fleischer, Dr. Oscar, 43.
Flotow introduces an Irish air into Martha, 208.
"Foggy dew," old Irish air, 127.
Fornsete, John, O.S.B., 66.
Forstall, Richard (harper), 182.
Foras Feasa ar Eirinn, 189, 193.
Foley, Allan James (Signor Foli), 335.
Fontenoy, Irish pipes at, 193, 247, 258.
Fox, Patrick (intelligencer), 126.
"Fortune my Foe," see "Since Coelia's my foe."
Fraser, Hugh (harp teacher), 323.
French Prayer Books printed in Dublin, 215.
"Freney's Lament," 261.
Fuller, Dr. William (1661), composes an Anthem, 213.
Froissart's reference to Irish minstrels, 74.
Fuller-Maitland, J. A., 33.

"Gage Fane," see An Geadhna Fiadhaine.
Galilei, Vincenzo, on Irish Music, 68, 106.
Gall, St., 12, 13, 14 ff.
Galpin, Rev. F. W., 242.
Gansey, James (piper), 244, 264.
Gardiner, Hon. Charles, Mus. Bac., 300.
Garland, John, musical theorist, 85-6.
Garrick's two seasons in Dublin, 281, 291-2.
Gaskin, J. J., 335.
Geary, Timothy, Mus. Bac., 312.
Geminiani, praises O'Carolan, 234;
—opens an academy in Dublin, 273;
—dies in Dublin, 299.
Gertrude, St., of Brabant, 12.
Gevaert on Gregorian Chant, 11.
Gilbert's History of the City of Dublin, 148, 156 ff.
"Gilderoy," an Irish air, 183.
Gillibert, Bishop of Limerick, 55.
Gilmore, Patrick S. (bandmaster), 335.
Giordani, Tommaso, 301, 307.
Giraldus Cambrensis, see Cambrensis. Glover, J. W., 334.
Gluck performs on the Musical Glasses, 289.
"God Save the King," a variant of an Irish air, 272.
Godfrey, Thomas (organist), 222.
Good, Father William, S.J. (1566), 112.
Graves, Alfred Perceval, 35, 336.
"Graine Uaile," 124-5.
Gregorian Chant, 7, 8, 13, 15, 33, 41.
"Gramachree," an Irish air, 195.
Gregorian Congress in Rome (1904), 57.
Gregory, Pope St., 8, 11, 13.
Griffith ap Conan, 48, 51.
Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 185, 313.
Grogan, Laurence, 252, 254.
Guido of Arezzo, 41.

Haberl, Dr., 11, 13.
Halpin, see MacAlpin.
Hardiman, James, 69, 72, 119.
Hampson, Denis (harper), 248-250.
Harp, antiquity of, 23;
—"Brian Boru's," 24, 63-65.
Handel in Ireland, 276-292.
Harrington, Sir John, 186.
Hayward, Robert (organist), 149 ff.
Harp Festivals, 314, 318.
Healy, Archbishop, 5, 7, 9.
Hawkshaw, John (organist), 214.
Heccataeus the Geographer, 4.
Heffernan the Harper, 239-40.
Helias, St., introduces the Roman chant to Cologne 41.
Henry de Londres, Archbishop of Dublin, 132.
Herbit, William (organist), 142.
Hibernian Catch Club, the oldest in Europe, 219 ff.
Highland pipes (Piob mor), 251.
Hipkins, A J., 306.
Higden, Ralph, praises Irish music, 68.
Higgins, Hugh (harper), 317.
Historical Manuscripts Commission, 90.
Hogan, Michael, the "bard of Thomond," 109.
Hogan, John (1537), 108.
Holden, Smollet (music publisher), 205 ff.
Holmes, Augusta (composer), 332-3.
Hucbald, musical theorist, 10, 11.
Hugh buidhe (piper), 110.
Hunsdon, Lord (1596), 129.
Hyde, Dr. Douglas 2, 58, 117, 243.
Hyland, Edward Keating (piper), 263.

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