FPublished in 1982 and a collector's item almost as soon as it was published.
Like THE SCENT OF THE ROSES before it, A SONG FOR IRELAND
reached the best-seller list in a number of countries.
One of the most beautiful books designed for the Christmas trade… A beguiling mixture of autobiography and instruction about Irish music and legend. – THE STAGE
A body blow to the Celtic prejudices of any Briton… This lovely book is another reminder that in art and song the British Isles are a rich mine of treasure. – SOUTHERN EVENING ECHO (UK)
Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh,
poet and harper
He flourished around 1600.
Invites his love to elope with him.