ERIN Catalogue: Europe's Reception of the Irish Melodies and National Airs: Thomas Moore in Europe

Sarah McCleave, Triona O'Hanlon

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This catalogue forms part of a website that is the principal output of project ERIN, co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union. The subject of the website is Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies, his National Airs, and music inspired by his 'oriental romance' Lalla Rookh. The website presents a union catalogue of representative holdings of these works dating between 1808 and 1880 as found at eight European repositories: Queen's University Belfast; National Library of Ireland; Royal Irish Academy; British Library; Bibliothèque nationale de France; Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin; Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich; and Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig. See additional PURE entries for further components to the website.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherQueen's University Belfast
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jun 2019

Bibliographical note

The attached document records the catalogue in an incomplete state captured on 31 August 2017. Further records from the British Library, as well as all of the Queen's University Belfast and Leipzig records, are in the process of being added, with a completion date of 1 February 2020 estimated. The URL has already gone live. Reproduction of any images in the catalogue in any format for any purpose other than personal research and study may constitute a violation of CDPA 1988 and infringement of rights associated with the materials. See individual catalogue entries for any permissions information.


  • Thomas Moore
  • Irish Melodies
  • National Airs
  • Lalla Rookh
  • music publishing -- 19th century
  • songs --19th century
  • operas-- 19th century
  • instrumental music -- 19th century

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Arts and Humanities(all)


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