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(Thomas Moore. Translations)

  (Thomas Moore)



(Danish)

From Irish Melodies. 37. The Origin of the Harp (Tis believed that this Harp, which I wake now for thee)
From Irish Melodies. 69. Come, Rest in This Bosom (Come, Rest in This Bosom)

(Spanish)

From Irish Melodies. 1. Go Where Glory Waits Thee (Go where glory waits thee)

(German)

A Dream (I thought this heart enkindled lay)
Bright Be Thy Dreams (Bright be thy dreams -- may all thy weeping)
From Irish Melodies. 1. Go Where Glory Waits Thee (Go where glory waits thee)
From Irish Melodies. 25. Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms (Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms)
From Irish Melodies. 37. The Origin of the Harp (Tis believed that this Harp, which I wake now for thee)
From Irish Melodies. 54. The Young May Moon (The young May moon is beaming, love)
From Irish Melodies. 62. Come O'er the Sea (Come O'er the Sea)
From Irish Melodies. 69. Come, Rest in This Bosom (Come, Rest in This Bosom)
Those Evening Bells (Those evening bells! Those evening bells!)
TotheFire‑Fly (At morning, when the earth and sky)

(French)

From Irish Melodies. 37. The Origin of the Harp (Tis believed that this Harp, which I wake now for thee)
Those Evening Bells (Those evening bells! Those evening bells!)

(Swedish)

From Irish Melodies. 11. As a Beam Oer the Face of the Waters May Glow (AS a beam oer the face of the waters may glow)
From Irish Melodies. 118. Oh! Arranmore, Loved Arranmore (Oh! Arranmore, loved Arranmore)




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