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Date: 17th August 2015
Subject: Lone Shanakyle sung by Tom Lenihan
My Irish singing teacher did send me your link to this lovely song that is sung by Tom Lenihan. As I am learning the song I have listened to it very carefully and I have discovered 3 little mistakes written in the text that you might want to correct. Due to my old profession as an elderly nurse I hear the way of pronunciation of elderly people very well and therefore I picked up the differences. I have written the correct words in red behind the stroke through words. I hope this helps.
Greetings from a sunny Sweden,
Esther Adolfsson
[Dear Esther,
Thank you for bringing the errors in Lone Shanakyle to our attention. I agree with you that ‘more’ and ‘oh’ should be ‘o’er’, and I have changed these, but I think Tom sings ‘simple’ and not ‘sentinel’ in the third verse. I know ‘sentinel’ is the correct word, but we transcribed the songs as the singers sang them, so I’ll leave that one unchanged. We are thrilled that someone in Sweden is using the Songs and Singers to learn Irish singing!
Regards,
Maureen Comber ,
Clare County Library]

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