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Abbreviations:
References: Contributors:
CRE: Ceol Rince na hEireann
DMI: O'Neill's Dance Music of Ireland (1907)
OMI: O'Neill's Music of Ireland ()
MFI: Bulmer & Sharpley, Music From Ireland, 4 vols (c1970s)
NF: The Northern Fiddler
K2v1-4: Kerr's Merry Melodies
Ryan: Ryan's Mammoth Collection
CM: Cyril Maguire
NG: Nigel Gatherer
PdG: Paul de Grae
Last updated: 24th August 2005.

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I Lost My Love and I Care Nae 74 From the Gunn Book.
CM: AKA This Is My Love, Do You Like Her? and The Humours of Tralee. PdG: AKA Anton a' Bhearnais ("Anton, or Anthony, of the gap or pass"), but it has many other names, including these from printed sources: Kiss the Maid Behind the Byre (NFp58); Mo Ghra/sa ar Maidin/My Love in the Morning (CRE1,57); Johnny Mick Dinny's (a slide) (Johnny O'Leary of Sliabh Luachra, no95); I Found My Love in the Morning (O'Neill's Waifs & Strays, no27); I Lost My Love (Stanford/Petrie, no460). Also known in Sliabh Luachra as Art O'Keeffe's (one of many such) and Biddy Crowley's Ball.
NG: The tune is known in Scotland, and can be found with titles such as I Lost My Love and I Dinna Ken How or I Lost My Love and I Care Not, possibly pointing to a song.
Maho Snaps, The 81 Played by Mick Hoy.
NG: This is a version of the Scottish jig Dumfries House by John Riddell (see Kerr's Merry Melodies Bk2p34).


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