From a MSS. Collection of Folk Airs left by the late Dr. Clague
Charles Clague of Ballaclague, from whom Dr. Clague collected these Manx Airs, was an Arbory man who died in 1898, aged 63. He was passionately fond of music and he and Dr. Clague spent many hours together over it in their younger days.
JIG"ARRANE Y CHLOIEDER-VIOL."
(The Fiddlers Song.)
YN ROSE ER YN DRESS.
(The Rose upon the Briar.)
" TRA TA MEE GOLL NEEAL STHIE."
(When I am pining pale at home.)