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Alfred Perceval Graves
Alfred Perceval Graves (Anglo-Irish poet, songwriter, and school inspector)
Alfred Perceval Graves (auteur uit Ierland (1846-1931))
Alfred Perceval Graves (scrittore irlandese)
Graves, A. P.
Graves, Alfred P.
Graves, Alfred Perceval
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Language material
Manuscript language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Creation role: 
writer of accompanying material
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Daly, Emily Lucy
Denham, George
Esposito, M. (1855-1930)
Esposito, Michele (1855-1930)
Every Irishman's library
French, Percy (1854-1920)
Graves, Robert (1895-1985; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Hyde, Douglas (1860-1949)
Irish Literary Society (London, England)
Le Fanu, J. Sheridan (1814-1873)
Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan (1814-1873)
Le Fanu, Joseph Thomas Sheridan (1814-1873)
Magennis, William
Plunkett, George Noble Plunkett Count, 1851-1948
Ranke, Amalie Elisabeth Sophie von (1857-1951; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Stanford, Charles Villiers (1852-1924)
Williams, John Lloyd (1854-1945))
山宮, 允 (1890-1967)
Album of six songs
book of Irish poetry, edited with an introd., The
Book of Irish poetry: (Selection of the last two centuries), The
Castletown, Lord Bernard Edward Barnaby FitzPatrick, Papers
Celtic song book, The : being representative folk songs of the six Celtic nations
Cupid and the Rose
English verse translations of the Welsh poems of Ceiriog Hughes
Every Irishman's Library
Father O'Flynn By Alfred Perceval Graves. With additional versions in Gaelic
Father O'Flynn old Irish melody
gaelic story-telling
gs of irish wit and humour
I'll rock you to rest lullaby from 'songs of Erin'
Ieitsu dōwashū gureivuzu dōwashū
[Invitation to a Cinderella Dance]
Ireland's share in the folk song revival
Irish doric in song and story
Irish fairy book, The
Irish folk-songs the words by Alfred Perceval Graves ; the airs arranged by Charles Wood.
Irish literary and musical studies.
Irish Lullaby, An
Irish poems, The
Irish reel four part song, The
Irish song book with original Irish airs, The
Irish songs and ballads
Letter from Alfred Perceval Graves to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, on behalf of the Celtic Association, telling him about a committee meeting
Letter from Alfred Perceval Graves to Mr. Henderson, saying he is much obliged for the suggestion to visit the British Museum in search of the Irish notes, from his lecture on Irish Folk Music
Letter from Samuel Henry Butcher to Alfred P. Graves regarding Miss E. Leahy, a candidate for the Irish Literary Society
Letter from Stephen Lucius Gwynn, politician, to Alfred Perceval Graves, thanking him for his approval
Letters to Geoffrey M. Palmer in his capacity as musician
Memoir... read before the Irish Literary Society by its President at a concert of Irish Folk song music, A
Molly's Spinning Song
My Brave Boy; (Air. Castle O'Neill.
My Love's an Arbutus
'Over here', partial song lyrics by an unidentified author
Papers of R.I. Best
Phelim the blind, and other verses
poems of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, The
Poems of Sir Samuel Ferguson, with an introduction by Alfred Perceval Graves.
post-bag a lesson in Irish. An operetta in act, The
Postcard from Charles Villiers Stanford, to Alfred Perceval Graves, asking him to change the first line of a song for a schoolbook
premier poetry books. Books I-III, IV-V., The
progenitors, The : or, our first parents : an old Irish religious poem done into English verse
Prose, poems and parodies of Percy French
Purcell papers, The
reciter's treasury of Irish verse and prose;, The
Scores with words for two songs The Heroes of the Sea and The Melody of the Harps; with photographic portrait of Graves signed and dated
Selected poems of William Alexander, Archbishop of Armagh, 1896-1911 and Cecil Frances Alexander
Songs of Killarney
Songs of old Ireland : a collection of fifty Irish melodies
Songs of the Gael
To return to all that; an autobiography
Trottin' to the fair Irish melody
Typescript letter from Alfred Perceval Graves to Thomas MacDonagh regarding his displeasure of the fee of 5 guineas he has been asked to pay by publishers for the use of Thomas MacDonagh's poetry in his anthology
Welsh Folk-Song Society. Papers read at Carnarvon, August 22nd, 1906:
Welsh melodies
Welsh poetry old and new : in English verse
William Allingham.