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It was written after , the year that five members of the MacAlpin also called Halpin or Halfpenny family were outlawed, leaving one of the ladies to mourn. O'Neill credits the composition of the melody to Laurence O'Connellan, an Irish harper born at Cloonmahon, County Sligo, in the midth century, the younger brother of another famous harper, Thomas O'Connellan c.
After Thomas's death Laurence traveled to Scotland popularizing several of his dead brother's compositions.
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George " and " Eileen Aroon 1 " by Cearbhall O'Dalaigh , comprise the three earliest Irish harp tunes with extant lyrics. Thomas Moore wrote lyrics entitled " Remember the Glories of Brian the Brave ," published in Bunting's collection of Clinton Gems of Ireland: Airs , ; No. Haverty One Hundred Irish Airs vol.