Irish Tenors 14 - A Nation Once Again - Anthony Kearns; Finbar Wright; Ronan Tynan. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Derek Warfield & The Wolfe Tones A Nation Once Again. The Clancy Brothers, Tommy Makem A Nation Once Again (Album Version) (Album Version).
A Nation Once Again" is a song, written in the early to mid-1840s by Thomas Osborne Davis (1814–1845). Davis was a founder of Young Ireland, an Irish movement whose aim was the independence of Ireland. Davis believed that songs could have a strong emotional impact on people. He wrote that "a song is worth a thousand harangues". He felt that music could have a particularly strong influence on Irish people at that time.
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A Nation Once Again is a song, written in the early to mid-1840s by Thomas Osborne Davis (1814–1845). Davis was a founder of an Irish movement whose aim was the independence of Ireland. The song is a prime example of the Irish rebel music sub-genre. The lyrics exhort Irishmen to stand up and fight for their land: And righteous men must make our land a nation once again. A Nation Once Again" Track Info. Let the People Sing The Wolfe Tones.
And Ireland long a Provence be a nation once again. A nation once again, a nation once again. And Ireland long a Provence be a nation once again. It seemed to watch above my head in forum, field and fane. Its angel voice sang round my bed a nation once again.
|1||–Dublin City Ramblers||Four Green Fields|
|2||–The Wolfe Tones||Banna Strand|
|3||–Paddy Reilly||Come Out You Black & Tans|
|4||–Brendan Bowyer||Kevin Barry|
|5||–Sean Dunphy||The Lonely Woods Of Upton|
|6||–Barleycorn||On The One Road|
|7||–Johnny McEvoy||James Connolly|
|8||–The Jollybeggarmen||Billy Reid|
|10||–The Wolfe Tones||Wrap The Green Flag Around Me Boys|
|12||–Barleycorn||God Save Ireland|
|13||–Paddy McGuigan||Irish Solider Laddie|
|14||–Paddy Reilly||A Nation Once|
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