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Frank Harte - Valentine O'Hara
Lyrics to the song about the 18th century highwaymen Valentine O'Hara with video rendering (1978) by Frank Harte (1933-2005).

The Traditional Tune Archive - Valentine O’Hara
With tune annotations from Joyce's Old Irish Folk Music (published in year 1909). Note: Valentine O’Hara was known as ‘The Flying Irish Highwayman,’ at least in song (there is scant historical record about him).

Valentine O'Hara from the Album Foreign Shore by Hanz Araki
Part of a collection of 11 songs and tunes from the traditions of Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales, New Zealand, and America from internationally acclaimed flute player and singer Hanz Araki.

Valentine O'Hara from the Album Foreign Shore by Hanz Araki
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Alan Tyne of Harrow / Valentine O'Hara
Ewan MacColl sang the 18th century highwaymen broadside ballad Alan Tyne o' Harrow in 1972 on his Argo album Solo Flight.

Nancy Kerr & James Fagan - Alan Tyne of Harrow
Nancy and James perform their version of the traditional 'Alan Tyne of Harrow' at the Bath Folk Festival (2013).

Kerr, Fagan & Harbron - Alan Tyne of Harrow
At Shrewsbury Folk Festival (August 2010) Nancy Kerr and James Fagan are joined by Rob Harbron on concertina.

The Virginia Company - Alan Tyne Of Harrow
YouTube Video - from Yossarian819 (2013).


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