Audio Recording It's a Long Way Back to Tipperary
It's a Long Way Back to Tipperary
About this Item
- It's a Long Way Back to Tipperary
- Jabbour, Alan (Transcriber)
- Jabbour, Alan (Collector)
- Jabbour, Karen Singer (Collector)
- Reed, Henry, 1884-1968 (Performer)
- Judge, Jack, 1878-1938 (Composer)
- Williams, Harry, 1879-1922 (Composer)
Created / Published
- Reed family home, Glen Lyn, Giles County, Virginia, July 17, 1967
- - Instrumental music
- - Fiddle tunes
- - Folk music--Appalachian Region
- - Airs
- - Ethnography
- - Music
- - Field recordings
- - United States -- Virginia -- Giles County -- Glen Lyn
- Field recordings
- - Meter: 4/4
- - Key: C
- - Compass: 8
- - Performed by Henry Reed, fiddle.
- - Duration: 1 minute, 41 seconds
- - Strains: 2 (middle-middle, 8-16)
- - Rendition: (2)-1-2-1-2
- - Phrase Structure: ABACABA'C' QRSTQRUVQRWXYZ
- - Spoken: [before tune]/HENRY REED: No, that ain't it.[after tune]/HENRY REED: Did you never hear that?/ALAN JABBOUR: Uh-uh.
- - Recording chronology: 133
- - Composed by Jack Judge and Harry H. Williams, words and music, 1912
- - "It's a Long Way to Tipperary" was composed by Jack Judge and Harry H. Williams in 1912, and has been part and parcel of American popular music since then.
- Audio tape
Call Number/Physical Location
- AFC 1969/008: AFS 13705A38
- Alan Jabbour duplication project, part 2
- American Folklife Center
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Alan Jabbour duplication project, part 1 (AFC 1967/007), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Alan Jabbour duplication project, part 2 (AFC 1969/008), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Fiddle tunes of the old frontier: the Henry Reed collection online presentation (AFC 1999/016), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Cite This Item
Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate.
Chicago citation style:
Jabbour, Alan, Alan Jabbour, Karen Singer Jabbour, Henry Reed, Jack Judge, and Harry Williams. It's a Long Way Back to Tipperary. Reed family home, Glen Lyn, Giles County, Virginia, 1967. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/afcreed000202/.
APA citation style:
Jabbour, A., Jabbour, A., Jabbour, K. S., Reed, H., Judge, J. & Williams, H. (1967) It's a Long Way Back to Tipperary. Reed family home, Glen Lyn, Giles County, Virginia. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afcreed000202/.
MLA citation style:
Jabbour, Alan, et al. It's a Long Way Back to Tipperary. Reed family home, Glen Lyn, Giles County, Virginia, 1967. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afcreed000202/>.