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Moore and his Canadian boat song. by G. H. Needler

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Published by Ryerson Press in Toronto .
Written in English


  • Moore, Thomas, -- 1779-1852.

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19141661M

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Thomas Moore (). Canadian Boat-Song. Ralph Waldo Emerson, ed. Parnassus: An Anthology of Poetry. Named Person: Thomas Moore, Canadian boat song. Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G H Needler. A Canadian Boat Song is an article from The Musical Times and Singing Class Circular, Volume texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK A Canadian Boat Song by Moore, Thomas. Publication date Publisher The Musical Times and Singing Class Circular. Shop and Buy Canadian Boat Song sheet music. SATB choir sheet music book by Thomas Moore: Banks Publications at Sheet Music Plus. ().

  Thomas Moore, who would later be renowned for poems and songs such as “The Minstrel Boy”, “The Last Rose of Summer” and “Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms”, visited Canada when he was 25 years wrote “A Canadian Boat Song” during his time here in *St. Anne’s: Moore visited this church – Ste-Anne-du-Bout-de-l’île – located in the town of Ste. By the heading on this page referring to Thomas Moore, I thought perhaps you are inferring him to be the author of the song & poem 'Canadian Boat Song' that you then show. If I am a stickler for correctness, I suppose it is inherited from my 'Son o' Scotland' Presbyterian grandfather, Charles E. Millar.   Canadian Boat Song. 'Canadian Boat Song'. A song composed by the Irish poet Thomas Moore during a visit to Canada in - not to be confused with the 'Canadian Boat Song' known also as 'The Lone Shieling' (), which is not Canadian, even in implication, and is not a boat song. The "Canadian Boat Song" by Moore appeared in American printings as well. It was published with five pages of music in G. J. Webb and Lowell Mason, , pp. , "The Odeon: A Selection of Secular Melodies.".

A Canadian Boat Song Contributor Names Moore, Thomas -- (composer) Created / Published , monographic. printed and sold at J. Hewitt's musical repository No. 59 Maiden Lane,, [Approximately ]. Subject Headings. That a degenerate Lord might boast his sheep: Fair these broad meads – these hoary woods are grand; But we are exiles from our fathers’ land. Come foreign rage – let Discord burst in slaughter! O then for clansman true, and stern claymore-The hearts that would have given their blood like water, Beat heavily beyond the Atlantic roar.   This book, the product of an international team of scholars, is the first to focus explicitly on the reputations of Thomas Moore in different parts of the world, including Bombay, Dublin, Leipzig, and London, as well as America, Canada, Greece, and the Hispanic world. Not to be confused with the noted similarly-named song by Thomas Moore (). The Canadian Boat-Song is an anonymously written poem or song which first appeared on record in the early 19th century. The question of its authorship has generated a considerable amount of literature. The poem/song first appeared on record in September , in the Noctes Ambrosianae column of .