Index Q-T

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

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Queen Mary Harp, 112.

Rainsford-street Theatre, 271-2.
Ramsay, Allan, adapts Irish tunes, 201.
Ratisbon, Irish monastery of, 44.
Red Book of the Exchequer, 135-6.
Reeves, Bishop, on the Culdees, 57, 154.
Reichenau, Irish monastery of, 41.
Renehan's History of Music, 38, 146.
Rhyming rats to death, 180.
Robinsons the, (four musical brothers), 334.
Rich's New Description of Ireland, 189.
Rinnce Fada (the Long Dance), 175-6.
Roisin dubh, written for Hugh Roe O'Donnell, 127.
Rory dall, see O'Cahan.
Richardson, Bishop, of Kilmore, as a bagpiper, 255.
"Rory dall's Port," 187.
Roseingrave, Ralph and Thomas, 267.
Rosamund, produced at Dublin Castle, 271.

Saga of seventh century quoted, 28, 58.
Sandys, Michael (organist), 305.
Satire, power of, 77, 180.
Scales, ancient Irish, 32-38.
Scotland colonised from Ireland, 52.
Scott, the brothers (harpers) 184-5.
Scribes, Irish, at St. Gall, 15.
Seaghan buidhe (1690), 247.
Sedulius, author of Carmen Paschale, 9.
Sequence, ascribed to St. Notker Balbulus, 16 ff.
Shakespeare and Irish music, 168-180.
Sighile ni Ghadharadh, 256.
Sigerson, Dr., 15, 39, 170-1, 229.
"Since Coelia's my foe," music of, 218-9.
Sleep-music (Suantraighe), 35.
"Shane's Treason," 161.
Smith, Dr. John, Professor of Music, T.C.D. 300.
Smock-alley Theatre opened, 215.
Sparling, H. Halliday, 244.
Spenser, Edmund, on Irish music, 119 ff, 128.
Southwell, William, inventor of the cabinet piano, 312.
Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers, 206, 252, 333-4.
Stanihurst, 29, 156-7, 160-1, 251.
Stevenson, Sir John, 308, 311-2.
Stewart, Sir Robert, 237, 331-2.
Stoc (old Irish trumpet), 28.
Structure of Irish folk-melodies, 37.
Swift, Dean, 231, 272, 274, 291.
Synge, Rev. Edward, Mus. Doc., 335.

Tabair dham do lamh, by O'Cahan, 187.
Tablet-stave (tabhall-lorg), 5.
Taimse am codha is na duisig me, 16.
Talbot, William (piper), 264.
Tara, last Feis of, 10.
Tenducci in Dublin, 300, 308.
Tenison, Lady, cares for O'Carolan's grave, 238.
Tighernach, the annalist, 24.
Thompson's Hibernian Muse, 318.
Thornton, Robert, (1686), music printer, 222.
Timpan, a drum-shaped harp, 26.
Tinne, a set of pipes, 251.
Tregury, Archbishop, of Dublin, bequeaths an organ, 99.
Trigonon, the three-stringed timpan, 26.
Trinity College, Dublin, 65.
Triumph of Hibernia (1750), by Pasquali, 295.
Tropes, origin of, 16.
Trotter, John Bernard, founder of Dublin Harp Society, 319 ff.
Trumpets and trumpeters, 28.
Trydell, Rev. John (1766) theoretical writer, 304.
Turlogh Piper (piper), 183.

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